Adaptation covers Murder on the Orient Express (2017), with all it’s epic facial hair, increased drama, and intensified moral arcs. Advertisements
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.
Jenn, Ryan, and Kendyl are super down with the third 80s space movie in the MCU. Along with Thor: Ragnarok (2017) the hosts talk about the original myth, the comic […]
Adaptation covers their second novel by the Queen of Mystery herself, Agatha Christie. Jess, Jenn, and Kendyl discuss Murder on the Orient Express, the brilliant detective Hercule Poirot, and the […]
The Adaptation hosts get a little juvenile about the protagonist’s name in Jo Nesbø’s The Snowman, talk about the grizzled detective trope, and try their hardest (or do they) to […]
Dorin and Kendyl discuss both versions of Flatliners (1990 & 2017): the afterlife, manifestations of guilt, Julia Robert’s luscious hair, and why they should have let Ellen Page be gay.
Lots of differing opinions fly in our discussion of It (2017). We compare it to the 1990 miniseries, work through frustration about the different characters’ fears, and figure out who […]
Jenn and Kendyl discuss Stephen King’s It, how proud they feel just to have finished the whole book, and then have one of the more intense rants Adaptation has seen […]
The hosts talk Everything, Everything (2017): the astronaut, the texting, and the Rapunzel parallels, as well as revisiting the unknowns about Maddie’s mom.
The Circle (2017) was full of potential and beloved actors, but that’s not quite enough for our hosts. Not that they loved the source material all that much either…