Whenever someone sees a movie that is based off of a book they’ve read, they typically always say “the book was better than the movie”. Although sometimes movies offer the visual effects that we don’t necessarily get from books, it’s also tricky because everyone has a different vision.
Without seeing the character before reading the book, you form your own idea of what they look like and what their surroundings look like, so it’s hard to match that vision with what someone else sees who’s directing the movie.
There’s also a lot more detail and dialogue in books, much of which would never be able to fit in a two hour movie. Plus a director couldn’t possibly take each reader’s visions and make them into the same one!
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