Based on the surrealist novel by Michel Faber, the film adaptation was much different than the book. I admired director Jonathon […]
The film Enemy based on Jose Saramago’s novel The Double was a nicely surreal and non-linear film I admired quite […]
Just heard of this film adaptation from Lois Lowry’s novel. Looks well done.
Lately for many reasons I feel I’ve been living inside of a Philip K. Dick novel, so I’ve been rereading a […]
Looks fascinating. Salinger documentary now has a trailer. Here’s the link: http://movies.yahoo.com/video/salinger-trailer-1-192014811.html
Prepping to discuss Margaret Atwood’s novel The Handmaid’s Tale tomorrow in my Lit 111 course. We’ll discuss more dystopian elements, […]
Note to self: Writers make choices.
Spending time with Nick Flynn’s book and also watching some clips from the adaptation: “We all need to create the […]
I think I’m most surprised at the Bart/cupcakes clip. And I guess I should be specific and say these are […]
Today in Lit 150 we are discussing needless qualifiers. I like the Frank Darabont/Tears in Rain soliloquy example from Blade […]
Spent time this afternoon with Gerald Nicosia‘s Huffington Post article about his experiences working with the film makers of the On […]
hunter s. thompson and joan didion Today in Com 112 talking about the radically differing accounts of the 60’s in […]
sunday morning philip k. dick segment on to the best of our knowledge Spending time this Sunday afternoon listening to […]
big sur sundance trailer I’m remembering how the novel deals with Duluoz’s alcoholism.