December 7, 2009

The Read the Book, See the Movie Challenge - 2010

The Read the Book, See the Movie Challenge is being hosted by C.B. @ Ready When You Are.

The Read the Book, See the Movie Challenge is based on a simple idea--read a book, see a movie based on the book, include both in your review. Whether yours is a book blog or a movie blog, this could be a way to add some spice to your posts, expand your outlook, have some fun. Mostly, have some fun.

For more information or to sign up for the Read the Book, See the Movie challenge, visit C.B. James' post.

There are five levels of commitment for this challenge and I am choosing the 2nd level: Double Feature: two books/movies
  1. Derby Girl by Shauna Cross {borrowed from the library -- also read from 2010 Young Adult Reading challenge} I haven't seen the movie (Whip It) yet. It weren't any copies available at the video store that we use and there are 30+ people ahead of me in the queue at the library.
Angels & Demons - I have read the book already, but I have yet to see the movie. My friend Patrick says that the movie is "ok".

The Green Mile - I haven't read the book OR seen the movie yet. Same friend Patrick LOVES this movie. This would also qualify for the Chunkster Challenge.

The Reader
Girl with a Pearl Earring Both recommended by Licia

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