The Host:Book vs Movie

Posted on Wednesday, April 17, 2013 10:16 PM


So,I just watched the movie and I was very impressed by it.Well, it may not be exactly as I imagined the characters or the scenery to be when I was reading the book but nonetheless it came extremely close to it.
Well, the cast......Oh the cast!I really liked Saoirse Ronan (Melanie) though to tell the truth I didn't imagine her to be like this but she played her role very well.I also liked Max Irons (Jared), Jake Abel (Ian) I don't know why but I had this image of him in head I think he was an excellent choice although I expected Ian to be more emotional.But even as he was, he was perfect.Diane Kruger (the seeker) was amazing as well.

What I din't like was the fact that some of the characters from the book were missing and I think that I would have enjoyed the movie much more if they had been here.Furthermore, in the movie they have changed some things from the book.Like I don't remember Aaron and brandon dying....But who knows???Maybe i should re-read the book (which I fully intent doing).

Nevertheless, I completely enjoyed the movie.So,if you haven't seen it I totally recommend it as I recommend reading the book and

The Host: The Official Illustrated Movie Companion

By Mark Cotta Vaz

The #1 New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon by Stephenie Meyer is now a major motion picture!

Stephenie Meyer's The Host captured millions of readers around the world with one of the most unusual love stories ever written. Acclaimed director Andrew Niccol brings it to the silver screen with a star-studded cast, stunning visuals, and breathtaking special effects.

Now this definitive companion book takes fans behind-the-scenes with extensive full-color photographs and exclusive interviews with the cast, crew, director, and producers, including Stephenie Meyer herself. Offering an intimate look at the filmmaking process, New York Times bestselling author Mark Cotta Vaz tells the inside stories behind the exotic locations, massive sets, and gravity-defying stunts, and shows how cast and crew come together to bring Meyer's extraordinary vision to life.

That's all for now.To read the blurb of the book you can go here and to find out more about the movie you can go here .
Sofia T.
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