Adapting a novel for the silver screen can be tricky. Sometimes, like with Peter Jackson's Lord of the Rings trilogy or with the Harry Potter movies, everything comes together to give readers a real treat.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge's stage show is the cinema event of the year, while an all-star Donna Tartt adaptation is as dead as the dodo, writes Charles Gant in his weekly box office bulletin Back in July 2016,
Some pictures remind you that paint can be a tease. Before “The Goldfinch” titled a 2013 novel by Donna Tartt, and now a film adaptation led by Nicole Kidman and Ansel Elgort, it named a painting, and
You may not wish to kiss the ground when you finally leave the cinema, but I did: The Goldfinch reviewed | The Spectator
The Goldfinch is an adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel by Donna Tartt that centres on a great work of art, unlike this film, which isn’t. A great work of art, that is. This is more a flat,
Dir: John Crowley. Cast: Ansel Elgort, Oakes Fegley, Aneurin Barnard, Finn Wolfhard, Nicole Kidman, Sarah Paulson, Luke Wilson, Jeffrey Wright, Ashleigh Cummings, Willa Fitzgerald, Denis O'Hare, Boyd 15
Despite A-list talent either side of the camera, something has gone worryingly wrong with this adaptation of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer-winning novel from 2013, directed by John Crowley. It’s as if all the