Post # 1
I think I (or we, since I called him to tell him the idea) decided on our wedding theme. It’s not unique or totally different but I like it. I think we’re going with a movie-themed wedding. We met at the movie theater when we worked there together and so I think it is fitting. We love watching movies! I thought I could incorporate my love for books too by putting the focus on books that have been turned into movies. This kills two birds with one stone 🙂 But what are some movies that were books first?? I keep getting stuck with just Nicholas Sparks books and I definitely don’t want the wedding to turn into a Nicholas Sparks wedding. Haha. I also want the movies to have some romantic/love story aspect to it. So any other ideas?!? Thanks!
Post # 3
Gone With The Wind is a good one…..
Post # 4
The obvious would be Twilight lol
ETA: A few more..
Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Post # 5
The Time Traveller’s Wife is the only one I can think of right now. I’m a huge bookworm to so this is depressing me.
ETA–PS I love you! How could I have forgotten that one.
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Post # 7
Oh there are so many great books made into movies. Kick Nicholas Sparks and his super cheesie butt to the curb. LOL
Post # 9
Ooh more I thought of
My Sister’s Keeper
Lord of The Rings
Alice in Wonderland
Eat, Pray, Love
The Hunger Games
Post # 10
Well, I totally love the Harry Potter movies, but I guess there isn’t a ton of romance there. Although I didn’t realize till I started trying to make a list how many of the ones that immediately come to my mind are a major downer. Atonement, Jane Eyre, etc.
The Great Gatsby
Nick and Norah’s Infinite Playlist
The Perks of Being A Wallflower
The Princess Bride
Water for Elephants
The Time Traveler’s Wife
Post # 11
Pride and Prejudice is a good romantic one. Or any of the Jane Austen’s for that matter.
Post # 12
Check out the Wikipedia pages for ideas!
You can look at lists of American, British, Canadian, French, German, Indian, Irish, Japanese, Portuguese, and Russian novels that have been made into movies.