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Books made into movies showing on the fall of 2008 in the U.S.

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1Erick_Tubil
Aug 25, 2008, 1:20am Top

Hello,

Every year during fall in the U.S. the best movies of the year are being released, and a lot of them become contenders to the Oscars. Here are the list of books that will be shown as movies together with the release dates.

Hallam Foe - Peter Jinks 2008SEP05
Un Secret - Philippe Grimbert 2008SEP10
Towelhead - Alicia Erian 2008SEP12
Appaloosa - Robert Parker 2008SEP19
Elite da Tropa - Rodrigo Pimentel 2008SEP19
Georgiana: Dutchess of Devonshire - Amanda Foreman 2008SEP19
Blindness - Jose Saramago 2008SEP26
Choke - Chuck Palahniuk 2008SEP26
Miracle at St. Anna - James McBride 2008SEP26
Nights in Rodanthe - Nicholas Sparks 2008SEP26
How to Lose Friends and Alienate People - Toby Young 2008OCT03
Nick & Nora's Infinite Playlist - Rachel Cohn, David Levithan 2008OCT03
What Just Happened - Art Linson 2008OCT03
Body of Lies - David Ignatius 2008OCT10
City of Ember - Jeanne DuPrauv 2008OCT10
Ernie Davis: The Elmira Express, the Story of a Heisman Trophy Winner - Robert C. Gallagher 2008OCT10
All the Way - Andy Behrens 2008OCT17
The Secret Life of Bees - Sue Monk Kidd 2008OCT17
Lat Den Ratte Komma In - John Ajvide Lindqvist 2008OCT24
The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas - John Boyne 2008NOV07
House - Ted Dekker 2008NOV14
The Road - Cormack Mc Carthy 2008NOV14
Twilight - Stephenie Meyer 2008NOV21
Awful Ends - Philip Ardagh 2008NOV26
Defiance: The Bielski Partisans - Nechama Tec 2008DEC12
The Class - François Bégaudeau 2008DEC12
The Tale of Desperaux - Kate DiCamillo 2008DEC19
Yes Man - Danny Wallace 2008DEC19
Marley and Me - John Grogan 2008DEC25
Coraline - Neil Gaiman 2008DEC26
Revolutionary Road - Richard Yates 2008DEC26

I hope you will read these before watching the movie versions.

Thanks

Erick

2DaynaRT
Aug 25, 2008, 10:28am Top

I hope you will read these before watching the movie versions.
I prefer to do the opposite. Saving the book for last gives me more to look forward to.

3CD1am
Sep 2, 2008, 5:03pm Top

#1 You missed the French film adaptation of Harlan Coben's book Tell No One. We saw it yesterday.

#2 I agree. Usually if I've read the book before seeing the film, I'm disappointed in the movie. However, there are exceptions. Tell No One, for example, everyone in our mystery discussion grp liked both the film and the movie. some in the grp had read the book years ago, but many just read it over the weekend in preparation for seeing the film on Monday.

The Harry Potter books are another example of films that were so true to the books that most were not a disappointment.

4HelloAnnie
Nov 14, 2008, 2:54pm Top

Coraline is being made into a movie? Woo hoo!

5Nickelini
Dec 19, 2008, 1:05pm Top

I went to a sneak preview of Marley and Me last night, and I thought it was good. Quite faithful to the book, not that that is necessarily important.

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