WHAT ARE THE 10 MOST NOVEL FEATURED MOVIES RELEASED IN 2015?

​Books are generally packed with papers that were in turn packed with words set in the uneven approximation of thoughts. In some instances, movie makers could utilize what is technically pertains to like the film magic to convert the dusty tomes into an enjoyable cinematic encounter. Below are the notable results of movies that are from novels that were lovely to read on.

1. Brooklyn

The movie is a historical drama movie directed by John Crowley from Colm Tóibín’s novel. The movie narrates the story of an adolescent Irish woman’s migration to Brooklyn in 1952, where she rapidly fell into a romance. But, when her past seizes her, she needs to choose between two states and the lives that already stay within them for her.

The movie stars are Saoirse Ronan, Domhnall Gleeson, and Emory Cohen.

2. Carol

The movie is a British-American romantic and drama movie directed by Todd Haynes. This film is from the romance novel by The Price of Salt or also called known as Carol by writer Patricia Highsmith. The film is New York City in 1952 and the movie explores the connection between a juvenile aspiring photographer and the older woman that going through a hard divorce. In this movie are Cate Blanchett, Sarah Paulson, and Rooney Mara.

3. Fifty Shades of Grey

This romantic and erotic novel by the British writer E. James and directed by Sam Taylor-Johnson. This is the primary chapter in the Fifty Shades trilogy that draws of the extended relationship between Anastasia Steele, a university graduate, and Christian Grey, a fresh business tycoon. The movie is notable for its openly erotic scenes features elements of sexual exercises involving discipline, bondage, dominance, submission, masochism, and sadism.

4. Maze Runner – “The Scorch Trials”

This American dystopian and a science novel action thriller movie are based on James Dashner story. The movie is the sequel of its 2014 movie “The Maze Runner” and under the direction of Wes Ball. The movie is about escaping from a mase and the Gladers are now faced with a new set of daring on the unlock roads of a desolate scenery filled with incredible obstacles.

5. Mockingjay – The Hunger Games – Part 2

This is an American fiction and a science war movie that is directed by Francis Lawrence. This movie is the final and the fourth episode of the Hunger Games movie series. The movie is about the war of Panem that rises to the damage of other districts, and Katniss Everdeen is the reluctant head of the rebellion.

She needs to bring altogether an army towards President Snow, though all she takes are a dear hangs in the stability.

6. Pan

This American 3D action fantasy and adventure family movie are directed by Joe Wright. The movie is a prequel of the Scottish author J. M. Barrie of the Peter Pan story that initially staged in 1904. The movie serves as a substitute origin tale for Captain Hook and Peter Pan.

It is about Peter, the 12-year-old orphan who is spirited away into the supernatural world of Neverland, wherein he discovers both danger and fun, and finally discovers his fate, of becoming the hero who will be known for life as Peter Pan.

7. Room

This Canadian-Irish drama movie is directed by Lenny Abrahamson from the novel by Emma Donoghue. The movie is about a woman, Brie Larson and her 5-year-old son Jacob Tremblay as Jack who has been captive for 7 years in an enclosed surroundings room, and when they finally take their freedom, permitting the boy to encounter the outside world and make a thrilling discovery for the first time.

8. The Revenant

The movie is an American Western film an epic adventure of directed Alejandro G. Iñárritu. It is from the novel of Michael Punke’s with identical title that motivated by the encounters of frontiersman and the 1823 fur trapper Hugh Glass in what is today as Montana and the South Dakota, after being attacked by a bear and then left behind dead by his own members of hunting team..

The stars are Leonardo DiCaprio as Glass with co-stars Tom Hardy, Will Poulter and Domhnall Gleeson.

9. The Martian

The film is an American science fiction movie directed by Ridley Scott and stars Matt Damon. The movie is from Andy Weir’s 2011 novel wherein Drew Goddard modified into a screenplay.

Damon leads as an astronaut who is wrongly thought presumed dead and was left behind on Mars. The movie represents his battle to survive and the others’ efforts to save him as well.

10. The Danish Girl

This Danish Girl movie is a romantic drama and a British memoirs movie directed by Tom Hooper. It is from the fictional novel by David Ebershoff and motivated by the living of Danish artists Gerda Wegener and also Lili Elbe.

It is about Gerda and Lili’s work and marriage that evolves as they steer Lili’s groundbreaking expedition as a transgender forge.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *