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My Top Six Adaptations

Six Highly-Revered Film Adaptations of My Favorite Books

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Most movie adaptations may not be as good as their source material but we can definitely agree that some of them are better than others. For us movie-book lovers, adaptations are an intriguing thing because there are many different inquiries we often have towards them: Is the movie adaptation a faithful adaptation or not? If not…

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