Books to Movies - Tredyffrin Township LibrariesMythos Academy series by Jennifer Estep This private school library is the largest and coolest building on campus. Not only are there statues of gods and goddess inside the building, but there are two statues of gryphons guarding the door. Not to mention the impressive book collection. This library does not circulate books— instead, it circulates items of historical and magical significance. The Brothers Grimm have their own room filled with items from their tales. Lindsey, the new director, works to update the library.
SHHHH! Movies that feature libraries or librarians.
Whether I'm watching a movie by myself or with friends, I always end up spending more time choosing what to watch than actually watching it. I've devoted hours to scrolling through Netflix, not sure exactly what I'm looking for, just that it needs to be good enough to tear me away from my TBR pile. But with so many choices, how does a book-lover find the perfect movie to watch? Naturally, if you're an avid reader, you probably want to suggest watching a movie adaptation of the last book you finished. Never fear: there are a slew of non-adaptation films for book-lovers to enjoy that I have found from all my time searching for films to watch.
And because I am who I am, it got me thinking about great movie library scenes that already exist. At first, I thought the list would be pretty short, but you know what? Hollywood loves a library. Some combination of ambiance, seclusion, hidden knowledge, and the sheer beauty of shelves upon shelves of books make libraries a fantastic film setting. Of course it does. The library as prison.
Whether I'm watching a movie by myself or with friends, I always end up of a novel, complete with Suzy's suitcase full of stolen library books.
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They feel like time capsules. Today, you have to say your teary airport goodbye outside on the curb as security screams at you to move your car, and if a doctor lit up a cigarette in the exam room, she'd probably be out of a job. Unless, of course, the librarian character is a rebellious Luddite who makes it her mission in life to save the mighty card catalogue, technology be damned! I wouldn't mind seeing that character, actually. So get to it, Hollywood. When she starts to take her job seriously, it's pretty hilarious. Click here to buy.
Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. Evelyn: "Look, I I may not be an explorer, or an adventurer, or a treasure-seeker, or a gunfighter, Mr. O'Connell, but I am proud of what I am.
Bruce Cameron. Brown expected February Film adaptation starring Taraji P. Film adaptation cast not set. Storytime and playtime for our youngest library friends, complete with developmentally appropriate songs, stories, and rhymes.