Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Top Ten Books You Want To See Made Into Movies



Top Ten Tuesday is hosted by The Broke and The Bookish, this week Top 10 Books You Want To See Made Into Movies, such a great idea! You can see my reviews if you want, if you click on the title of the book,  in case you haven't read one or just want to see my review. What do you guys think?

10. The Thief:By Megan Whalen Turner, I can just see this, it would be beyond epic, I am getting excited just thinking about it.

9. Graceling: By Kristen Cashore, this would be so fantastic espesh climbing the mountain, and being on the ship that would be incredible.

8.Soulless: By Gail Carriger, all the amazing costumes would be just enough for me to go see that movie. this book is such a classic in my eyes, I cast this movie even in my review back when I did that. I so need a review template anyway, how awesome would this movie be.

7 Anna and The French Kiss: By Stephanie Perkins, DUH! this would be a blockbuster, St. Claire would be a  crowd pleaser, WINNING (sorry, so sorry had to)

5.The Demon's Lexicon: By Sarah Rees Brennan, everyone of these books should be a movie, I would fund it if I had the money, this series is stellar.

4.The Duff: By Kody Keplinger, Bianca is Emma Stone, I'm sorry just a fact, this book was a movie in my mind why not make it a reality, this book was just so charming, it would work.

3. Something About You: By Julie James I just read this, and it was fantastic it was such a movie type book, it would make the transition perfectly, I would go see it.

2. Practice Makes Perfect: By Julie James again such a perfect movie type book, the entire time I was reading it I kept thinking what a great movie it would make.

1.Shine: By Lauren Myracle OMG I haven't reviewed this yet because it isn't out, but I'm sure if you have NetGalley you've read it, but this would make an excellent movie, the drama of it all, it would be an Oscar winner I think.

9 comments:

1girl2manybooks said...

I actually would really like to see a Soulless movie - good choice!

Kayla + Cyna said...

*brofist* on Soulless. I'd totally go see that, like you said, just for the cool costumes and steampunky effects.

That being said, the story is so...familiar, I guess? that I doubt we'll ever see it :( Still, it'd be nice to see Alexia in the flesh, ne?

Jan von Harz said...

I chose Gail Carriger's books too, and Anna and the French Kiss would be such a great love story on the big screen. Actually all your choice would be amazing movies!

Deb Nance at Readerbuzz said...

French Kiss definitely felt like a good choice for a book-turned-to-movie.

I don't have a lot of faith in most such projects.

Here's my post for today's Top Ten Tuesday.

booknympho said...

I definitely agree with Soulless, that would make an awesome movie! Now I'm going to check out your review just to see why you cast! :)

Lisa said...

The DUFF was on my list too. I totally forgot about Graceling! What a great choice.

Jenni Elyse said...

Graceling and Anna and the French Kiss made my list as well. They'd be fun to see brought to life.

Shanyn said...

I'm sure my husband would agree about Graceling, though I haven't read it.. I certainly want to though.

couchpotatocritic said...

I'd love to see some adaptations of Soulless and Graceling. I just hope that no one messed with Graceling and suddenly had Katsa knee-deep in marriage and baby fever. That would totally ruin it. Nice list!