Movie Potential

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Tami inspired this week’s question:

What book do you think should be made into a movie? And do you have any suggestions for the producers?

Or, What book do you think should NEVER be made into a movie?

Don’t forget to leave a link to your actual response (so people don’t have to go searching for it) in the comments—or if you prefer, leave your answers in the comments themselves!

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110 responses

  1. Mine is up. Happy BTT everyone. :)

    Am I really #2? Woohoo!

  2. Strange to be one of the first! Here‘s mine.

  3. thebluestockingguide

    Here is my post. I can’t wait to see everyone else’s

    Movie Potential

  4. I love this question. I spend hours thinking about turning my favorite books into movies.

    http://elizabethwillse.wordpress.com/2009/03/12/booking-through-thursday-book-the-movie/

  5. Mine’s up here. Great question.

  6. I had fun with this question. It was interesting to explore the different aspects.

    Gimme a Gargoyle!

  7. I’ve been talking about this a lot lately. I’m up!

  8. Mine post is up — short & sweet, this week!
    http://shouldbereading.wordpress.com/2009/03/12/btt-movie-potential/

    ~MizB

  9. [...] 12, 2009 in BTT, books, meme | Tags: film, movies This week’s Booking Through Thursday questions (suggested by Tami are: What book do you think should be made into a movie? And do you have any [...]

  10. [...] Through Thursday: See the potential Posted by Megan under book talk   Let’s go Booking Through Thursday! What book do you think should be made into a movie? And do you have any suggestions for the [...]

  11. Really cool question! I had to give it some thought. And I came up with . . .

    http://writemeg.wordpress.com/2009/03/12/booking-through-thursday-see-the-potential/

  12. Thursday already? Here’s my answer!

  13. I couldn’t help adding those few cases where the movie was actually BETTER than the book, too…

    http://bookclubclassics.com/Blog/btt-movie-potential/

  14. [...] Books to Movies? Posted on March 12, 2009 by twistyfarmy This weeks Booking Through Thursday: [...]

  15. I say can’t we just read?

  16. My first booking through Thursday ever :D What a fun way to start.
    Here it is Have a look

  17. My post is up now here

    Have a great Thursday!

  18. My answer is up. Happy Thursday!

  19. This was hard. Mines up here

  20. Mine is up:

    http://dwell-in-possibility.blogspot.com/2009/03/booking-through-thursday-from-page-to.html

    This was a great question; unfortunately, I couldn’t come up with really clever answers!

  21. Here is mine!

  22. Hi Everyone (Deb) !

    I hope everyone have a great day!

    Here Mine!

  23. Here’s mine! I had a lot of fun thinking of the answers this week.

    http://ashleyslibrary.blogspot.com/2009/03/booking-through-thursday.html

  24. I’m back this week. Here’s mine.

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  26. Mine is up. Happy BTT everyone!

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  28. disdainfulsoul

    http://nightstand.amynta.org/2009/03/movie-potential/

    It’s technically Friday at lunch right now, but time zones will do that to ya. It’s logged as Thursday though.

  29. I haven’t participated for a while, but this one got me thinking! Here are my thoughts: http://the-ravelld-sleave.blogspot.com/2009/03/lights-camera-action.html.

  30. Oh no I thought mine had gone up already and it hasnt so here it is again… I did pop it up yesterday but somehow it didnt show!

    http://savidgereads.blogspot.com/2009/03/movie-potential.html

  31. [...] week’s question asks: What book do you think should be made into a movie? And do you have any suggestions for the [...]

  32. Vеll, nоt pеrfect pоst, but I likеd it and that is thе main thing. ;)
    I am Voli Dublino

  33. A little late, but here is mine :)

  34. Barbara Clark-Greene

    “Water for Elephants” would make a good movie – the circus scenes are so cinematic. So would “The Monsters of Templeton” – I can see the dead lake monster in the opening scene so vividly. They should never make a movie out of Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell because it is too intricate, and a movie would never match up to the reader’s imagination of the world in the book.

  35. [...] 12, 2009 in Bookish Notes | by Christina This week’s questions asks: What book do you think should be made into a movie? And do you have any suggestions [...]

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