- Bookish adj. 1. given or devoted to reading or study. 2. more acquainted with books than with real life.
- Angela. Enjoys books and book-related things; talks of them often. Works in the industry. Also a sort of aspiring writer.
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I felt something of a sci-fi reject not having read/watched Dune. With all great classics, it was intimidating. What if I didn’t understand it? Or what if I didn’t like it? As expected, I was quite fond of the book. … Continue reading
It’s been over two years since I’ve started fawning over this movie. As fans of The Mortal Instruments, we never thought movie release day would arrive. August 2013 was so far. But you know I was in that theater on … Continue reading
I’m faced with a dilemma here in reviewing part two of this film. (My part one reaction is here which, you may recall, wasn’t great.) On one hand, I’m still jarred by the fact they’re watching television and using touch-screen … Continue reading
Let’s ignore the fact that my “getting back into blogging” posts often include videos. (Truthfully, there are a few things I’ve been meaning to blog about so stay tuned.) In the meantime, enjoy the trailer for Ender’s Game. It looks … Continue reading
Let’s ignore the fact that I haven’t posted anything here in over a month. You know when you start slacking off with something, and then you honestly intend to return, and keep on putting it off? Next thing you know, … Continue reading
Zombies usually aren’t my thing. Believe it or not, I’m not into the whole undead, brain-eating thing. But a friend recommended I read Warm Bodies, and I liked it. And when I learned a movie was coming out, I obviously … Continue reading
Anna Karenina is transformed into a film about once a decade. The 2012 version, starring Keira Knightley as Anna, is the twelfth version. Twelfth. That doesn’t include various TV adaptations/radio programs/operas (what I wouldn’t give to see the opera version). … Continue reading
I promised myself I wouldn’t go all fangirl on you, but… OMG MOVIE TRAILER. August, huh? *fidgets impatiently*
As a general rule, I’m less critical of books-turned-movie when the author writes the screenplay. He knows the story best, after all, and he gets to pick what goes into a 2ish-hour time slot. First off, the casting is perfect. … Continue reading