Movies Better Than Book by Guido Baechler

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Guido Baechler is giving you details about the some movies better than their book. Guido Baechler Jeridoo believes that generally movie adaptations of books are not upto mark but these movies are even better than the book

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Top Five Movies Better Than The Book:

Top Five Movies Better Than The Book B y: Guido Baechler

1: LA Confidential:

1 : LA Confidential LA Confidential tells the intertwining stories of three very different cops, after a brutal murder that may or may not have been drug-related, and it quickly gets a lot more complex than that. When the movie version was released, it saw instant critical success and, over the years, has gained traction as one of the finest films of the 1990s.

2: Die Hard:

2 : Die Hard Die Hard is based on the novel Nothing Lasts Forever by Roderick Thorp, which in turn was written simply because Thorp had a dream about a guy being chased through a building by men with guns. Yes, that’s the entire inspiration for the book. The movie, on the other hand, is an incredible action film, and helped give birth to the modern action hero.

3: Jaws:

3 : Jaws Jaws managed to both create the summer event movie and launch the career of Steven Spielberg, while giving Robert Shaw, Roy Scheider , and Richard Dreyfuss arguably their most iconic roles in their very distinguished acting careers. It was based on a novel by Peter Benchley, which was also a great success but featured some very different elements than the book.

4: The Shawshank Redemption:

4 : The Shawshank Redemption The story was one of four novellas contained within the Stephen King book Different Seasons, along with The Body and Apt Pupil. The novella was well-written, and the movie followed basically the same plot but, as with Stand By Me, it was enhanced tremendously by being fully realized by an impeccable cast

5: The Princess Bride:

5 : The Princess Bride It was written by William Goldman, who would later go on to adapt the book into the movie of the same name. Goldman is a legendary Hollywood writer, so it should come as little surprise that he was able to so brilliantly translate his novel to the big screen.

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