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Movie or Book?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Sarah Hoadley May 29, 2014. 17 Replies

Movie or Book? A debate that goes way back.               What's your opinion? Continue

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Sarah Hoadley replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"Movies are great, but you won't always have a way to watch them, as long as you have eyes that work you can read. In conclusion books win, but only slightly. "
May 29, 2014
Varshini Ramanathan replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"Hm. I feel like it's making things too black and white to just directly compare them. There are aspects to both that I like; with books, the ability to envision the plot unfold is what makes it such an individualistic, magical experience. But…"
May 28, 2014
Nora Finegan replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I like reading the book first and then watching the movie to compare it with the book."
May 28, 2014
PAUL. replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"Id much rather watch a movie for 2 hours than read a book for 3 weeks. but if i am reading a book I like to imagine the characters in my head. each character has a specific way they look in my head and watching a movie made from a book ruins my…"
Apr 16, 2014
paul k replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I like movies better because I personally don't like reading books and would rather watch the movie."
Apr 16, 2014
sammy levey replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"Really, neither. This discussion can't really be summed up in one decision because both have hard evidence for and against them as the prime choice. Books allow for the chance for one to be completely absorbed in them, developing a…"
Mar 21, 2014
Anusha Thotakura replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I think that movies and books are totally different. Movies give explicit feelings and require thinking and emotional investment, but so do books. I think that modern movies are more unique and thought provoking than modern literature but I still…"
Mar 20, 2014
Alec Assmann replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"There is no one form of storytelling that is better then the other. One form may excel at a certain type of storytelling but that specialty does not make it the best. Where this whole argument of which is better comes from is people and their…"
Mar 20, 2014
Tracy Bourgon commented on Taylor Delapa's blog post Choose Your Own Adventure
"Hey Tay this is like us... but anyways this book sounds pretty good! Maybe I'll check it out even though I don't like super girly books either."
Mar 19, 2014
Tracy Bourgon commented on Taylor Delapa's blog post What's your story?
"I love this book and Ellen Hopkins! Nice blog Tay :-) You should read all her other books too... I'm sure Lo owns them all."
Mar 19, 2014
Mike Kramer replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"Movies are more fun to watch with friends, but the book versions are always better."
Mar 19, 2014
Leanna Rice replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"If it's a movie that was based on a book, I would rather read the book first.  If not, I don't really have a preference.  It depends on how well done the book/movie is, and I don't think books are always better than movies…"
Mar 18, 2014
Matt McCabe replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I think there are benefits to both movies and book.  Books let you imagine what it would be like in your own mind and have more detail usually.  Movies depict more of what the authors see's in his/her mind.  They also take a lot…"
Mar 18, 2014
Rachel Perlin replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"As much as I love movies, I would have to choose books. This is because as the reader I get to draw my own conclusions and visual images of the plot and characters. With movie adaptations of books, I always try to read the book first so I can…"
Mar 17, 2014
Pranathi Karumanchi replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I like to read the book first, because then I get to imagine the characters, and the story for myself. If I watched the movie before hand I would imagine the actors that played the role in the movie which isn't as fun."
Mar 17, 2014
William Pankratz replied to Taylor Delapa's discussion Movie or Book?
"I always prefer to read the book first. I like to be able to picture the characters in my mind the way I want them to look. I enjoy to read the full story first. However once I am done I absolutely want to go see the movie. I like to see the way…"
Mar 17, 2014

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Choose Your Own Adventure

Posted on January 9, 2014 at 9:57pm 1 Comment

 

       I think we can all relate on the topic of future considering in the upcoming months we will be at a huge turning points in our lives. The independent book that I read this Quarter was called Bass Ackwards and Belly Up by Elizabeth Craft. This book focused on the lives of four…

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What's your story?

Posted on October 20, 2013 at 10:00pm 5 Comments

                       

                         Everyone has their own background, right? Well in the book Impulse by Ellen Hopkins, you get to know the lives of 3 characters.Three lives that have taken various paths down the road of life. Vanessa is beautiful in and out, but has secrets that brings her to the blade. Tony…

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Looking for Alaska

Posted on August 23, 2013 at 10:59am 1 Comment

Looking For Alaska

By: John Green

For starters, this book has a different layout than most. This book is written around an event and so its chapters are replaced by the amount of days before the incident and also the amount of days after. Personally I enjoyed this, not only because I had something to look forward to in the middle of the book, but also got to look forward to how the incident affected the characters and storyline. In a sense,  it is set up as…

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At 10:26am on August 22, 2013, Sebastian Urban said…

EY TAY WHAT uP GurL?

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