Film adaptations

Beauty and the Beast Review; or, an incredibly fangirly ramble

If you know me, you know how much I love Beauty and the Beast. Belle is my favorite Disney princess, the 1991 animated film is my favorite Disney film, my internet handle is inspired by it (@enchtdrose) as is the title of my blog, which you can read all about in a previous post. Obviously… Continue reading Beauty and the Beast Review; or, an incredibly fangirly ramble

Film adaptations

“Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” Review

I foresee writing about this several more times as I continue to watch/read/think about the film/screenplay and chat with other fans on the internet about the series. At this point, I have only seen the movie once. I've just started reading the screenplay (I'm only like 10 pages in), and I plan to finish the… Continue reading “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” Review

Recommendations

Favorite Austen Adaptation | Classic Remarks

Hello, interwebs! Man, it feels like it's been a long time. Grad school is in full gear, and I feel I haven't visited Bookpress in a while, but here I am! Today is another prompt from Pages Unbound as part of their Classic Remarks meme. This is my third time participating in the post, but… Continue reading Favorite Austen Adaptation | Classic Remarks

Rants & Reflections

Prisoner of Azkaban: book vs. movie

Welcome back to my series of Remembrall Readathon posts, in which I try to reread the series before July 31st (the release of the Cursed Child script) with the Harry Potter Alliance. Today, it's the Prisoner of Azkaban, and I might have some more potentially controversial things to say. PoA is largely a favorite of… Continue reading Prisoner of Azkaban: book vs. movie

Film adaptations

On Mockingjay Part 2

SPOILER FREE! I saw the big finale to the "Hunger Games" film franchise last night and pretty much left the theater feeling the way I expected to feel: emotionally drained. I'm no film critic, so I'm not going to "review" the film, but I want to talk about it and the series as a whole,… Continue reading On Mockingjay Part 2

Film adaptations

Cheers to TFIOS

So I saw "The Fault in Our Stars" at 9PM on June 5th, along with a theater full of screaming teenage girls. I'm not blogging about the film itself. As an adaptation, the film was wonderful. As a film, it was also wonderful. I really have no desire to talk about the quality of the… Continue reading Cheers to TFIOS

Film adaptations

Ender’s Game

So here comes the first in a series of exciting movie releases this season, from YA novel adaptations, to more Disney-Hans Christian Andersen films, to a film about a film about a book, to more epics from Peter Jackson. First on my list is "Ender's Game." Just to not completely ignore the issue, I will… Continue reading Ender’s Game

Film adaptations

A note on film adaptations (inspired by “Gatsby”)

I'm just going to come out with it:  I LOVED Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby."  Loved it. Yes, I've read the book.  Twice, in fact.  And I saw the movie twice.  As a book lover and a film lover, I've been kinda disappointed in the negative responses Gatsby has been getting from all over the… Continue reading A note on film adaptations (inspired by “Gatsby”)