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  • Bridge to Tarabithia? (Merged Threads)

    This next movie due out from Walden and Disney look interesting. But they say it is based on a children's classic book. I never heard of it but the trailer does look like it has a lot of fantasy stuff. Anybody here ever read this book? And, if so, do you think the movie will be worth a trip to the El Capitan to see?
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    it looks awsome, i can not wait until it comes out.

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    • #3
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      I read the book but it was years ago. I'm pretty sure I enjoyed it.
      What an idiot....

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        The Bridge to Terabithia by Katherin Paterson is a classic, award-winning book. It's been my favorite book since I was nine.

        I'm not sure how I feel about the movie anymore. It looks mis-cast and I'm not loving the "supernatural" feel to it.

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          So the book does not have all the fantastical creatures and fantasy lands in it? I think I am going to like the movie better. What does the book have?
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            Originally posted by Lost Boy View Post
            So the book does not have all the fantastical creatures and fantasy lands in it? I think I am going to like the movie better. What does the book have?
            A good story told well. I'm a bit biased though.

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              I wan to see this movie it looks good
              :crazylegs

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                I've sold out of this book, even tho I didn't know what it was - I had a run on it a couple months ago - I'm looking for more

                I know my daughter who likes fantasy type movies wants to go to this one too
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                • #9
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                  Here's a good description from the first thread on the film:

                  Published in 1977 by HarperCollins, the Newbery Award-winning "Bridge" follows the story of an 11-year-old boy whose life is changed forever when he befriends the class outsider, a girl. Together they create the world of Terabithia, an imaginary kingdom filled with giants, trolls and other magical beings.
                  Disney & Walden Media team on "Terabithia" -
                  Variety 9/27/05
                  http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...dge+terabithia

                  "Bridge to Terabithia" begins production -
                  Walden Media February 17, 2006
                  http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...dge+terabithia

                  'Bridge to Terabithia' promotional planning - 10/11/06
                  http://www.micechat.com/forums/showt...dge+terabithia


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                    It looks interesting enough but my fiance and I decided we were going to pass on this one. I don't know if you will need to take a trip to the El Capitan for it though. I think you will be fine watching this on any movie screen.




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                      I think it looks like a good movie. There hasn't been many movies out there for me, so I hope to see this one.
                      Press today is so concerned with cool vs. not cool that they're starting to forget good vs. bad. I'm not sure I'll ever be "cool", but I will always tirelessly strive to be "great". - Josh Groban

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                        it sounds interesting, and i'm looking forward to seeing it.
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                          There was a made-for-TV version made in 1985, which is NOTHING like the movie being made. When I saw the first trailer for this movie, my thought was "is this the same book I read as a kid?!" (The movie version is probably what I remember more, btw.)

                          The made-for-TV version was apparently released on DVD in 2003 if you want to see it and get a 60 minute feel of what the story is.
                          -Tim

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                            Originally posted by FrumiousBoojum View Post
                            There was a made-for-TV version made in 1985, which is NOTHING like the movie being made. When I saw the first trailer for this movie, my thought was "is this the same book I read as a kid?!" (The movie version is probably what I remember more, btw.)

                            The made-for-TV version was apparently released on DVD in 2003 if you want to see it and get a 60 minute feel of what the story is.
                            We have that one. :lol: It's pretty bad.

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                            • #15
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                              Originally posted by stinkerbell View Post
                              We have that one. :lol: It's pretty bad.
                              So I've read... I haven't seen it in a long time.

                              The author apparently really loves the new one. Heard it made her cry -- that's a great complement, there. And extremely faithful to the book, too.
                              -Tim

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