Yea, but the book and the movie weren't alike. A lot of the key scenes in the book, were so different in the movie. I had issues watching it due to this. I love the book and the movie. I think the movie is good on its own when you don't compare it to the book.
At least it's better than the movie version of Eragon was , compared to the book it could be a different series ! They skipped so many important things and they messed up the rest of it . Separately they're both good but if you compare them the movie has a bunch of gaps and flaws in it .
I think the movie itself was very good, but when you compare it to the book the movie just doesn't do it justice. My friend that I went with he had not read the book and he really liked it. I left the theater disappointed.
So everyone told me that this movie was really bad, so I wasn't expecting much when I went into it.
I was amazed. I tried to read the book last summer but I got really bored, but now I would gladly try again. I give the movie mad props. You never knew who did it to the very end and I thought that Ewan McGregor did an awesome job. It was so suspenseful that me and my cousin were screaming at the TV. :) Overall I thought that it was a really good movie.
This is a rather old post.. (almost a year old) but I saw the movie recently. I haven't read the book but from what my father has read he said the movie and the book itself are not alike. Then again, you can't possibly fit everything that the book mentioned in the movie. The movie would be neverending. I thought though it was a good film but a little graphic in some scenes.
I actually really liked the movie. It had a great twist and kind of a sad ending. I really enjoyed Tom Hank's performance again as he portrays the main character. It takes you all through Rome and it's a good movie, but I'd recommend watching it twice or maybe three times but no more.
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