TODAY | April 17, 2014
>>> question for you -- do you think that's true?
>> i do think it's true. some live up to the adaptation. it's hard to capture that in a two-hour movie. a new study says 75% of men would rather watch the movie than read the book, of course. but women prefer the book. it was a british survey on april 23rd . the film diversion of "the da vinci code " some say didn't live up to the hype of the book. on the other hand some people say " bridget jones diary " met the standard of the book.
>> i agree with that.
>> you do?
>> i would the " harry potter " series has definitely lived up to the books. the movies have been fantastic. the books are as good as the movies as well. pretty incredible. i think "the hunger games" as well.
>> i went with "to kill a mockingbird. that is a classic. gregory peck .
>> here's the problem, i haven't seen a lot of movies often. so my favorite book of all times "the scarlet letter " and the movie is the like the one i saw. and it's terrible.
>> and "mrs. doubted idoubtfire. ."
>> i've never seen ghost busters . i'm going to make a film bucket list when i'm in the nursing home and no one's visiting me --
>> my favorite book of all times and the movie was really rough. "the scarlet letter ."
>> in a good way?
>> " harry potter ."
>> i think " harry potter " and "the hunger games" not talking classics.
>> i was trying to think of classics. there's been so many. i always love reading the books first.
>> and then just going to the movies anyway.
>> like mystery?
>> something different. i just finished "divergent" and i loved the book.
>> and "the godfather."
>> oh, yeah.
>> go to orange room . #orangeroom let us know your films, books, adaptations.
>> dylan, you got one?
>> i was going say "the godfather." i saw the movies then i read the book.
>> what's going on with the