Re: Off Topic: Movie Tie-In Editions
I still remember seeing 12 Monkeys
for the first time, noticing a blurb promoting a novelization in the closing credits and wondering how the heck they could novelize a movie like that.
And now I've found the novelization online - http://www.amazon.com/12-Monkeys-Eli...rds=12+monkeys
This seems like one case where the novelization couldn't possibly live up to the film.
Then there's Starship Troopers
, where they're practically two entirely different stories and I found the book disappointing after having watched the film. Then again, I think the political views Heinlein espouses in the novel aren't to my taste.
Whereas I went into the theater hoping for Heinlein's story, MI-Armor and all, and instead, got a steaming pile of crap.
Remember: No Matter Where You Go, There You Are...88
May have been the losing side. Still not convinced it was the wrong one.