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Well then without seeing it I can say the book was better. The book is always better, that’s what I tell my friends to prove to them that I’m an intellectual and will not condescend to bullshit movies. In fact I’m so advanced that I think the Hardback is better than the paperback and the typed unedited manuscript better than the hardback.
But I’m not much for the written word in general. I prefer epic poems passed down through spoken word and drum, but if we must commit it to paper to thrill the idiots, I guess that’s where we are as a society.
True. The novelization to Back to the Future III is much better than the movie.
Same with Predator 2.
I always loved the kid in High School who did his book report on the novelization.
“The Protagonist, Ferris Bueller, employs many tactics to thwart his Antagonist, Edward Rooney using elements of his environment and various motifs symbolizing the system’s effect on the main character.”
I think I did that once on the novelization for V: The Final Battle.
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