In which Kendyl casts a television series based on Life as We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer, the first in the Last Survivors series.
Through the busy month of November, the Adaptation staff were still able to find some things to recommend to you.
After taking some time to cool down after seeing Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters, the hosts are able to see the merits of the new installment in the series, despite their original outrage at its variances from the novel. Listen as they discuss their favorite parts (and actors) and how the film will lead into the next one.
Don’t forget to check out our episode on the novel by Rick Riordan!
Taking full advantage of another chance to moon over a Joss Whedon film, Jess and Kendyl rehash Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and reel at the depth of understanding the film presented, from the line delivery to the filming to the background action.
In anticipation of the new Percy Jackson film, the hosts talk about the second book in the series, what they thought of the first film and how its shortcomings could effect Sea of Monsters.
Edit: Check out our episode on the film, out now!
The Hunger Games, novel and film
Beautiful Creatures, novel and film
The Perks of Being a Wallflower, novel and film
It’s finally happened. Three years after Percy Jackson and the Olympians: The Lightning Thief was released in theaters, our wait is nearly over. The next installment of the film series is due to hit theaters this summer, and in the meantime, fans can whet their appetites with this first trailer for Percy Jackson & the Sea of Monsters. Continue reading