Like he first hunger games movie when Katniss just haphazardly finds the mockingjay pendant in the market.... Like wtf....
@School Teacher, That only bothered me because people who have seen the movie but haven't read the books won't realize the semi-important role that Madge played.
@School Teacher, maybe they were trying to... Mock it
@School Teacher, or what about that whole awesome scene in catching fire where you get to see how haymitch wins his hunger games? That was one of the only things i didn't like about the movie, other than that it was pretty good
@School Teacher, oh my goodness YES!
When I seen it in was like WTF IS THIS SH!T
@School Teacher, forget that one small part of hunger games! How about the whole world war z movie!? There wasn't one thing in common between the book and the movie except the name. It pissed me off, that was my favorite book.
ALL Percy Jackson movies. 😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😠😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭
@Rattlehead Vision, Probably the worst movies based off a book series to ever be released. Ever.
@TheSmashingPumpkins, I haven't read the Percy Jackson books or seen the movies but are they worse then the movie adaptation of Eragon? Because that movie infuriates me to my core!
@Thatswatshesaid, didn't read eragon but it was a terrible movie to say the least. The Percy Jackson movies however do not follow the continuity of the books and smash together plot points that shouldn't fall into the current time progression
@Rattlehead Vision, now I really want to read those books then watch the movies to compare the horribleness lol sounds familiar with how the Eragon movie was made in comparison to the book, the whole second book in the series focuses around one particular event that happened at the very end of the first book and in the movie the ending doesn't include this event making it completely impossible to continue the series in movie form. A friend and I went to see the movie on opening day and it was obvious that the theater was filled with fans of the book series who were all noticeably disappointed and irritated
@TheSmashingPumpkins, excuse me have you seen eragon
@Thatswatshesaid, a similar thing happened in the Percy Jackson movies. Towards the end of the first book the main villain of the series is revealed which sets up almost everything else that happens in the series however he was cut from the movie making the whole movie series invalid
@Ryzzmac, worst book to movie ever! My friend who is one of those people who doesn't read and says stuff like "why would I read it if I can watch it in an hour and a half" thought Eragon was a great movie. I wanted to hit him across the head with the hard back edition and then say, "can you give someone a concussion with your movie and then still be able to enjoy it afterward?!"
. . .Sorry I just really hated that movie
I would agree with this if it weren't for the fact that the woman who wrote 50 Shades of Grey did this and the actual director was crying because not one of her ideas got into the movie, even though they would have made the film much saucier an therefore slightly easier to watch.
@Captain Zenu. Yes, but 50 shades of grey was an abomination from start to finish.
@MaeradS93, Oh, no one is denying that. I'm just saying it's entirely the authors fault.
Unpopular opinion time: I liked World War z
@originalHipster, it was a good zombie movie but it wasnt based off the book at all . Shouldve chose a different name for it.
Yet the ones who wrote the book let the changes happen
@AwkwardGirl, They probably didn't have any say in it.
@Phantom of the Porno, They do. They have to approve every change. Also, most changes are made for a reason, either time or for the sake of entertainment.
@Kalam1ty, I think sometimes they just sign the rights over, I mean have you read the Eragon series and then watched the movie? There is no way Christopher Paolini approved those changes, the movie hardly resembles the book and the ending of the movie made it impossible to continue the series.
@Thatswatshesaid, He has stated he was never interested in being involved with the movie. His agent was supervising. That sometimes happens, especially if they are career writers.
@Kalam1ty, well I'm glad to hear that he had no part in that movie because the detail, creativity, and plot of that series is incredible especially when you consider that he was only 15 when he wrote the first book and the movie doesn't do it justice in the slightest
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I'm gonna say it; not all books should be movies, and not all scenes in a book should go into a movie. The Harry Potter movies contain probably less than half the dialog in the book because we don't want to hear Harrys deductions and thinking patterns we want to see dragons and wizard battles and Snape the potions master.
I volunteer as tribute!!
If a movie was just like the book what would be the point of seeing the movie?
World War Z wasn't bad because it wasn't faithful. It was bad because it was bad.
If this happened. I'd feel sorry for the of Shakespeare in love. The book would probably be his complete works. That could kill a man.
I think a movie based on a book needs to be 95% accurate to the book it's based on. Creativity is nice, but most of it was detailed by the author already. Anything that adds to it or simply is there because it has to is alright. Nothing could be worse the the Percy Jackson movies. Watched the first one, left angry AF, didn't even think of seeing the 2nd one.