I love to read, as I'm sure most of us on here do. When I read a book, I have the characters looks and voices in my mind as I read. When I hear they are making a movie about a book I love, I often wonder if they will do it justice. A lot of times, the answer is a BIG FAT NO! But sometimes.......they DO get it just right. One was "Silence of the Lambs" by Thomas Harris. I read that book a few times before the movie came out, and loved the movie as much as the book. Jonathan Demme got EVERYTHING right in that movie, because he stayed true to the book. A big NO was "Pay it Forward" by Catherine Ryan Hyde. It was a great book with a great message, but the movie was Hollywood Schlock. What book did you love, that Hollywood got "right" and one that you loved that Hollywood got "wrong?"