Insurgent DVD Out Today!

Posted August 4, 2015 by Rowena in News | 0 Comments

I was a huge fan of the Divergent movie so when Insurgent came out, I couldn’t get to the movie theater fast enough for more Tris and Four action. The DVD and Blu-Ray is out today and we’ve got some Insurgent goodness to share with you lovely readers!

Check out some behind-the-scenes with the cast and the Divergent series author, Veronica Roth.

I know that it’s got to be extremely hard to bring a book with so much going on in it, to life but it was neat to hear the cast and production staff’s thoughts on that whole ordeal.

Watching this clip got me thinking about what books to movies that I rather enjoyed and the one that keeps coming to mind is Love, Rosie by Cecelia Ahern.

The very first time that I read that book, I adored it and even though it took FOREVER for Alex and Rosie to get their crap together before committing to one another, I enjoyed the story. Now the second time I read the book, the amount of time and missed opportunities that Alex and Rosie went through bothered me a lot. Like so much that I ranted about it in a post on this blog. So when I heard the movie was coming out, I was a little apprehensive about it but then I saw it.

I loved the movie. I thought the way that they handled the whole romance from beginning to end was fan-freaking-tastic. It immediately became one of my favorite movie adaptations.

I really enjoyed the Divergent and Insurgent movies. I’m not going to lie, I like them better than the books. I really enjoyed the books but the movies? I liked them more. It’s going to be interesting to see where Allegiant starts because I don’t remember a lot of what happened in Insurgent (the movie) happening in the book. But I liked the changes they made. I thought they made more sense for the movie and would bring in new fans for the series (who hadn’t read the books beforehand).

Do you have any favorite books to movie adaptations?

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