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(Orlando Sentinel)   Orlando Sentinel staffers don't have time to read, so here's their selection of twenty-one books that must be made into movies   ( divider line
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2014-07-28 11:52:16 AM  
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Strangely absent from the list
2014-07-28 12:13:48 PM  
i don't have time to click through a slideshow. can someone make a short film about this list?
2014-07-28 12:36:53 PM  
Rainbow Six wouldn't work. Waaay too much in it to cram into a single movie. Even if you removed half of the gun/military lingo, it's still a lot of details. Turn it into a mini-series and you could get a lot of use out of it.

/I think "Without Remorse" could easily be a great two-part movie.
2014-07-28 08:49:43 PM  
Honestly, it is probably a pretty short or "flimsy" book if they can get it into a 110 minute movie.

Just thinking about the books I've read recently (The Interestings and Lexicon).... IMO both would be better as TV serial than a movie.
2014-07-29 12:29:05 AM  
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Really almost anything by Christopher Moore. And since they're working their way through the Marvel Universe.

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2014-07-29 09:04:51 AM  
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2014-07-29 08:28:55 PM  
Sure, make a Catcher in the Rye movie and turn us all into your private army of assassins. I"M ON TO YOU ORLANDO SENTINEL!
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