Best Book adaptations that have us obsessed

 best book adaptations that have us obsessed

Best Book adaptations that have us obsessed
Best Book adaptations that have us obsessed

As a bookworm, you may never admit that the movie was better than the book. But that is because you are yet to watch this list of the best book adaptations! So sit back and enjoy. You can watch all the listed movies for free on a TV aerial. In order to get one, contact our professionals by https://aerialandsatelliteexpress.co.uk/

If you are not a bookworm and are rather a film geek, these recommendations are perfect for you as well! With some of the best actors and cinematic plays, these best book adaptations will leave you wanting more.

Emma and Emma

We get it, Jane Austen’s movie adaptations are usually overrated and over-done. However, the 2020 adaptation starring Anna-Taylor Joy comes with a shockingly heart-warming delight. Yes, you may be way too familiar with the story, but the movie is going to make you feel exactly how you felt when you first read the book. The story follows Emma, a cupid-wanna-be who can’t help but meddle in her friends’ lives. While her intentions are good, she absolutely sucks at matchmaking! Her skills (or lack thereof) lead her to meet the love that has always been there. The sweet romantic drama has some of the best character portrayals and will make you think the movie was almost better than the book!

Little Women

Yes, another Jane Austen, but if you haven’t watched the Little Women film adaptation, trust us you are missing out. The 2019 film offers a fresh revival of a tale that’s been told over and over again. The best thing about the film adaptation is more modern and more relevant. It feels like a reimagination of the classic tale that captures the beauty of women’s strength in a timeless manner. The story follows the March sisters as they enter adulthood and face the many challenges that come with it. A must watch and one of the best book adaptations, it is perfect for a date night with yourself.

Dune

The book that took the sci-fi book world by a storm is not out there making the non-bookish world obsessed with the movie adaptations. For decades this 1965 novel has been in talks for filming but was deemed as “unfilmable” because of its expansive scenes described in the book. However, in 2021, director Denis Villeneuve was able to bring Dune to the screens. The movie has been split in two, with the second adaptation coming out in 2023. The story follows Paul, a young man with no idea what destiny has for him. With no other choice but to travel to a different planet to save his friends and family, he becomes a part of the great war between the planets, all fighting for the most precious source in existence. A rollercoaster from the start to the end, this is one of the best book adaptations out there.

It’s kind of a funny story

It’s kind of a funny story that is going to make you cry, contrary to its title. Selected as one of the best books for young adults in 2007, the movie adaptation left an equal impact. The heartbreakingly funny story follows Craig, a teenager who gets checked in the psychiatric ward after reaching out for help. The film follows his struggles (which often end up landing him in hilarious situations) and how he gets better. The film sidesteps the usual psych-ward cliches and brings with it a strong and new perspective.

The Nanny Diaries

There are so many movies out there that feature female empowerment but none of them is quite like The Nanny Diaries, where sisterhood prevails before all. The film (and book) take us into the world of the Manhattan rich, with people who are too busy to raise their kids or be there for their spouse, where the nannies are overworked and underappreciated and the snobs are particularly snobby. While you may have read the book (with its particularly angry ending), the movie opted for a happier ending. The story follows Mrs X, a supercilious employer who reconnects and reconciles with the nanny she mistreated. Click hereto learn more.

To Kill A Mockingbird

With themes that are way too relevant in today’s world than they should be, the movie adaptation of To Kill A Mockingbird is just as impactful as the book was. The story follows six-year-old Jean Louise who lives in the fictional town of Maycomb, Alabama during the great depression. When her father is appointed by the judge to defend a black man who has been accused of rape, he decides to do that. What follows is the community looking down on the family, often bullying them. The story, sadly, is still out there, begging people to understand the empathy its been trying to portray. One of the best book adaptations that gets better with time, To kill a mockingbird is a must-watch for everyone.

 

 

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