When the innovation is doubled, we then have a chance to enjoy the movie and the book. Books when adapted into a movie, some people like them and others oppose them.
10 The Silence of the Lambs
In this frightening film, based on the novel written by Thomas Harris, a serial killer is terrifying the Midwest and attempting to catch him, the FBI sends agent Clarice Darling to interrogate a prisoner, psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter, who consents to give insight into the mind of the running wild criminal. A persistent classic filled with stab, mystery and anticipation.
9 Howl’s Moving Castle
Sophie is a hard-working teenage girl working in her family’s hat shop, she finds her life thrown into chaos when she is accurately swept off her feet by a handsome and strange Howl. This innocent encounter appoints the hopeless and devious Witch of the Waste, who changes into a 90-year-old woman. Sophie’s attempts to break the curse bring her to Howl’s supernatural moving castle, where she takes care of Markl, Howl’s learner.
8 The Virgin Suicides
On the surface the Lisbons come into view to be a standard 1970s family living in a middle-class Michigan community. Mr. Lisbon is a idiosyncratic math teacher, his wife is a firmly religious mother of five good-looking teenage daughters who attract the neighborhood boys. Yet, when 13-year-old Cecilia commits suicide, the family twisting descending into a frightening state of separation and the remaining girls are quarantined from social communication.
7 One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest
It is based on a novel by Ken Kesey written in 1962.When lively, anti-authoritarian Randle McMurphy is removed from a prison farm to a mental organization for evaluation, he imagines fleeing hard labor and serving his sentence in relative comfort. However, he is let down by the rigid Nurse Ratched who runs the region, and the battle of wills that results cause rebellion and disaster.
6 The Godfather
It is an epic tale of a 1940s New York Mafia group and their great effort to defend their empire from opponent families as the management changes from the father to his youngest son.
5 We Need to Talk About Kevin
It is told through a sequence of letters from the preoccupied heroine Eva to her alienated husband. The narrative of a Columbine like massacre and one inconsolable mother’s effort to recognize her intrinsically evil son’s actions, the movie stands as an astral example of everything Lionel Shriver wished to accomplish.
In 1935, a writer Briony Tallis and her family have a life of wealth and advantage in their giant house. The country estate takes on a worrying glasshouse atmosphere, stoking Briony’s bright imagination. Robbie Turner, the skilled son of the family’s housekeeper, holds a torch for Briony’s willful older sister, Cecilia. He hopes that Cecilia has analogous feelings.
3 Gone With the Wind
Scarlett O’Hara loves drippy Ashley Wilkes, and is destroyed when he proclaims that he plans to marry his cousin Melanie. She appeals with Ashley to marry her in its place, but then, on the first day of the Civil War, she convenes mercurial Rhett Butler. He is a man to go with her in strength of character and loving desires, He changes her life. In spite of hunger, and the aflame of Atlanta, Scarlett survives the war and its consequences, but in the end loses the only man she in reality loved.
2 American Psycho
It was based on Bret Easton Ellis’ divisive novel, this dark story revolves around a young Harvard graduate, called Patrick Bateman, who has all the bits and pieces of a young master of the world from designer clothing to a killer apartment, just like everybody else in his crowd. He greatly wants to fit in.
1 No Country for Old Men
Llewelyn Moss finds a spontaneous truck surrounded by a sentinel of dead men. A load of heroin and two million dollars in cash are motionless in the back trunk. When Moss gets the money, he starts out a sequence reaction of disastrous violence that not even the law namely aging, disenchanted Sheriff Bell can have. Moss attempts to avoid his followers, particularly an unsolved mastermind who flips coins for human lives.