Friday, 16 November 2012

FF (96)


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This week's question feature is
Reach for the Stars…and the Books!

Q: Books are turned into movies all the time! Turn it around. What movie would make a great book?

My Answer: oooh good question! I'm not sure what to pick though. Probably my favourite movie of all time is Sister Act starring Whoopi Goldberg, and I think that would make a great book. Funny and moving. :D

 

Happy Hopping & Blogging. :D 

 

 

 

8 comments:

Marissa said...

Cool Answer. This is a film I really need to see :)
Nice Blog by the way!

New Follower: Marissa @ For The Love Of Film And Novels

Laurynne Meyer said...

I'm participating and I've followed your blog.
Hope you can make the trip over to mine :)

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barmybex said...

Hi Marissa, Thanks! Really is worth watching. Such a feel good film. :D

HI Laurynne, thanks for the follow.

I'll hop back to both of you.:D

veela-valoom said...

But I'd miss the signing for sure! But think of the audiobook!

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Raine said...

I love Sister Act and the songs were just fantastic. It would be a good book. Old follower. :D Hopping through. :D

Elizabeth said...

I really don't watch movies so not sure what I could turn into a book, but the three books below would make good movies.

Excuse my turn around of the question please.

Giveaway going on at my blog for THE GIRL ON THE CLIFF.

SOUTH OF BROAD by Pat Conroy, THE ISLAND HOUSE by Posie Graeme-Evans, or CITY OF WOMEN by David R. Gillham would make great movies.

Elizabeth
Silver's Reviews
http://silversolara.blogspot.com

barmybex said...

Veela-Valloom, yeah the singing is a big part. Awesome audio book. Wonder who they would get to read it?

Thanks Raine. :D

Elizabeth- never heard of any of those. I couldn't live without my movies. I don't get time to watch many but when I do <3

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