10 Authors who Loved the Film Adaptations of Their Books

Flavor Wire: Last week, we had a good laugh at the recently uncovered notes from the producers of Blade Runner, who seemed united in their hatred for the “deadly dull” sci-fi noir that would prove one of the most influential movies of the ‘80s. But it’s important to remember that some of those casually involved in the production actually liked it quite a bit — particularly Philip K. Dick, whose book Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep? was the basis of Ridley Scott’s film. And while there’s a long (and enjoyable) history of authors loathing what Hollywood does to their books, there are a few examples of writers who are utterly delighted with their page-to-film adaptations.

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StarWarsFan1309d ago (Edited 1309d ago )

I could never get into enjoying the movie Children Of Men.

aDDicteD1299d ago

i have watched most of the aforementioned films based on books, i can say that those films really captured the essence of there original source material and is really a powerful movie like empire of the sun. the only film i didnt like was also children of men and a lot of my friends said it was cool and everything and i even tried to watch it 3 times for the sake of trying to like it but i really didnt in the end.