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The last stop for Adaptation in the Maze Runner series, the group talks about Maze Runner: The Death Cure (2018), the improvements on the book, our favorite characters, and the […]
Dorin, Jenn, and Kendyl revisit Detective Harry Hole in the film adaptation The Snowman (2017) and whether the style, tropes, and female characters were an improvement on the Jo Nesbø […]
Adaptation is finally covering the end of The Maze Runner series, The Death Cure by James Dashner, complete with another discussion about what “the greater good” is in this world, […]
The Adaptation hosts talk about what worked about turning Jumanji into a videogame, their headcanons on how it evolves, and how the characters worked in and out of the game […]
While reliving childhood memories of Jumanji (1995), Jenn, Sarah, and Kendyl realize how traumatic parts of the film are, but still have just as much fun as ever watching it.
Adaptation discusses the film Wonder (2017), how the character perspectives were translated to screen, and externalizing Auggie’s internal monologues through Star Wars characters.
There were a lot of foundational issues to be found in Justice League (2017), but the Adaptation hosts were able to find a couple moments to love in the film.
Adaptation covers Murder on the Orient Express (2017), with all it’s epic facial hair, increased drama, and intensified moral arcs.
Jess and Jenn talk about all the wonderful things about Wonder by R.J. Palacio, the supportive family aspect, and how emotional they plan to get during the film.