Re: Books Into Films : Your Opinions

I would like to see 'Reliquary' by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child made into a movie.  The first book 'Relic' was made into a pretty good movie, but I thought that the story in the sequel 'Reliquary' would make a much cooler movie.

Re: Books Into Films : Your Opinions

For what it's worth I'm thinking it's time to abandon my Disappearing Ink script that I have hit a major block on and begin adapting Dark Harvest by Norman Patridge.  It would just be for fun of course but ever since I read the book I thought it could be adapted to make a fun horror/thriller flick.

Re: Books Into Films : Your Opinions

Some books are improved greatly when made into a film, and others suck.

Randall Wallace's "Braveheart" was an awful novel, but made a good film.  On the other hand, Michael Crichton's "Congo" was a good novel that made a hideous film.