Friday, November 16, 2012

Follow Friday #24


[I love even numbers, especially 24! I'm kind of happy today. I realized dragons are really just magical dinosaurs. And that there are two types of dreams: during NREM sleep, your mind replays memories or something that's already happened in a compressed amount of time. During REM sleep, your mind tries to simulate the future. It tries to play out the possible outcomes for the future, in order to help you prepare; during REM sleep, you're more connected to the primal part of you, and that's why these REM dreams are more intuitive, more fantastic.]

(Don't you just love Nova?) Now that I'm done with my random dream tangent...

Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Alison Can Read and Parajunkee. :)

Q: Books are turned into movies all the time! Turn it around. What movie would make a great book?

Oh, yikes. I don't watch movies often enough. Um... Tin Man would be cool - it's sort of a twisted version of the Wizard of Oz, where DG (like, Dorothy Gale?) is a waitress in Kansas, when suddenly a time tornado drops off some military men from the Outer Zone (OZ) want to kidnap her on the orders of the Evil Queen Azkedielia. The only way to escape is to jump into the time tornado on her own and hope to find a way back.

Needless to say, that would be pretty cool. I don't know if that's already a book, but Tin Man is an awesome movie, at least.

How about you? What movie did you choose? Have a blessed weekend!

6 comments:

  1. Great Answer!

    New Follower GFC: http://mydailyobsessionreview.blogspot.com/2012/11/feature-and-follow-7.html

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  2. I'm participating and I've followed your blog.
    Hope you can make the trip over to mine :)

    ❤ Coffee, Books & Lipgloss ❤

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  3. Love your blog name...cute blog too. NEW FOLLOWERS.

    I really don't watch movies so not sure what I could turn into a book, but the three books below would make good movies.

    Excuse my turn around of the question please.

    Giveaway going on at my blog for THE GIRL ON THE CLIFF.

    SOUTH OF BROAD by Pat Conroy, THE ISLAND HOUSE by Posie Graeme-Evans, or CITY OF WOMEN by David R. Gillham would make great movies.

    Elizabeth
    Silver's Reviews
    http://silversolara.blogspot.com

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  4. I have Tin Man but still haven't gotten around to seeing it! I really need to soon! Great choice!

    I'm an old follower. :)

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  5. Hi, I'm a new follower. Please consider following me.
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