[DWJ] Film Rights and miscellaneous rants.
Melissa at Proffitt.com
Wed May 23 10:51:17 EDT 2007
On Wed, 23 May 2007 07:36:53 -0400 (EDT), deborah.dwj at suberic.net wrote:
>On Wed, 23 May 2007, Phil Boswell wrote:
>> Unless they could pull a "Princess Bride" out of the hat, but what are the
>- one of my favorite movies of all time
>- a really good book
>- entirely different
>- yet somehow the film is true to the book
>very impressive, all told.
We just watched the movie again as a family last Monday. The first time, I
had to *convince* the little rats that they would like it.
I own multiple copies of the book because Goldman keeps adding material
every time there's a new edition. His story about the making of the movie
>ObNothingAtAll: I have "Princess Bride" and "Silent Gondoliers"
>shelved under Morgenstern on my bookshelves (I also have "Paarfi"
>and "Baggins" sections, but no "Number Ten Ox". It has to be a
>perfect conceit that the book in hand was written by the false
>author before I'll do it).
You're so weird. (Okay, I did the same thing with the Morgenstern.)
>ObDWJ: Er. DWJ takes up rather a lot of shelf space?
Yeah, she should be more considerate and write less, huh?
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