Books That Should Have A Movie

Posted July 27, 2016 by booksbeautyandcoffee in Bookish Discussions / 1 Comment

books that need a movie

Lately, this blog has pretty much just been full of reviews and Top Ten Tuesdays, and while that is a good thing for the most part, I kind of want to switch it up. I read an article recently about books that are predicted to be made into movies, and I got inspired to do one of my own! So I’m going to list my top three books I want released as movies!

The article actually mentions the first book I think would make a good movie, and that is Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell!

Eleanor & Park

Now, if you’ve read my review of this book, you know that I wasn’t the biggest fan. I mean, it wasn’t that it was a bad book, I think that Eleanor just drove me insane and I didn’t like how things went for this couple. But, with that being said, I think it would definitely be a good movie adaption! It gives me John Green vibes, and I have to admit, I do like the movies for his books.

Following in the contemporary foot steps, the next book is The Unexpected Everything by Morgan Matson.

the unexpected everything

This is definitely a book that I was one hundred percent obsessed with when I was reading it. Honestly, I’m still in love with these characters. I don’t usually reread contemporaries, but this would definitely be one I could reread over and over again. And if it was a movie, I would definitely be seeing it in theaters multiple times. The friendships, the summer romance, and the realness that is family drama in this book is just amazing, and I can’t explain how much I want to see a movie adaption of this book. I’m looking at you, literally any director and producer.

Make the magic happen… Please?

And last, but certainly not least, is the book that I most recently finished, Tell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum.

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This has to be one of the cutest books I’ve read in such a long time, and I can only imagine how adorable all the characters would be on screen. The plot is so different than any other book I’ve read recently, especially when it comes to contemporary novels. They all kind of follow the same plot, but this is definitely not one of them! My review for it will be up sometime next week, and it’s definitely full of fangirling.

I hope everyone has a fantabulous day/evening/morning/whenever you’re reading this and happy reading!

  • Jess @ Princessica of Books

    Darn, I haven’t read any of these but I recently picked up a copy of Tell Me Three Things. I think I’d love to see a lot of my fantasy reads turned into movies because it’s just amazing seeing all the magic and action on screen!