How are Gary Oldman and Benedict Cumberbatch different from Alec Guinness and Patrick Stewart? Read about the two adaptations of John le Carré’s classic spy novel to find out.
Category: From Book to Screen
Peter Jackson’s first Middle Earth trilogy, like J.R.R. Tolkien’s original story, is full of details. We’ve highlighted ten of them that make a little more sense if you’ve read the books… and their appendices!
Goldfinger is the highest-ranked James Bond film on Flickchart, It set box office records, Its imagery and music have become entrenched in pop culture, and is truly a Movie to See Before You Die.
The 2008 sci-fi film Jumper was a critical flop, and Flickchart users agree, but is the novel it was based on any better?
The Giver is a wildly read and sometimes controversial book. How does the film compare?
How does the film version of Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy stack against its source material? Switch on your Infinite Improbabilty Drive to find out!
A DA VINCI CODE for geniuses or just weird old Italian men, Umberto Eco’s THE NAME OF THE ROSE was an unlikely source for one of film’s great medieval period pieces. Sean Connery stars and Christian Slater goes full-frontal.
Today is Steven Spielberg’s 67th birthday, and this year marks the twentieth anniversary of two of the most important films of their era: Jurassic Park and Schindler’s List — one the box office champ...
Author and journalist Robert K. Elder has written two books featuring interviews with film directors: “The Film that Changed My Life“, and his newly released “The Best Film You’ve Never Seen“. In the former,...
Dashiell Hammett’s ground-breaking 1930 detective novel “The Maltese Falcon” is often credited as being the seminal novel in the hard-boiled detective genre. In addition to being a major influence on pulp detective literature, it...