Also V for Vendetta, first off, in the beginning of the graphic novel V blows up the houses of parliament for a reason, he is an Anarchist toppling what he views as a corrupt regime, the same reason Evey Blows up downing street in B's funeral.
Second In the graphic novel V uses Violet Carson's as a calling card, the whole Violet Carson's starting with you know V, in the movie they used Scarlet Carson's which don't have that benefit AND DON'T EVEN EXIST.
And then the wachowskis decided that it should represent liberalism vs conservatism instead of Anarchism v Fascism ( Alan Moore being an Anarchist)
The whole removing Finches whole character arc by having him not be the one to confront and kill V.
The whole V was all of us bullshit ending.
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Children of Men changed the fact that it was men who were infertile in the book to it being that women were infertile. It also glossed over the mandatory fertility checks, and how people with “undesirable” genes were exempt.
This is surprising one but the Notebook, it was based off a book and honestly they did random shit in the movie for no reason. Like one Noah and Allie did not have their first time in that house Noah wanted to buy, they had sex under a tree in the book. Two, Noah never had a girlfriend in the book he was single most of the book until Allie. Three in the end they didn't even die together!!! they were alive at the end of the book and the book imply they had sex. With the fuckery with the movie ending. The 2nd book of the notebook will never have a movie and that book was way more interesting then the first one :(.
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Breakfast at Tiffany's
There’s no real love story in the original novella, and the main male character is actually gay.
For me, it was the most famous and most praised adaptation of Charles Dickens's "A Tale of Two Cities": the 1935 version with Ronald Colman in the lead.
The book is one of my favorites, but that movie got it all wrong for me. :( There are many old, great movies that should be left alone (no redos), but that is NOT one of them. Of course "A Tale of Two Cities" has had many more adaptations after that, but they were mostly lower-budget affairs.
It really needs a new adaptation, with a big budget and Hollywood's top resources. Unfortunately, period epics and adaptations of classic literature have gone out of style in Hollywood, so that will probably never happen now.