I listened to the book by Mark Owen outlining the same events. While I am never a "book is better than the movie" snob, in this case, I feel that I am satisfied and feel no need to see the movie.
By the same token, I really feel that the character of "Jen" or "Maya" in the movie, is a great character who develops well in the book. So maybe if the movie focuses solely on her, I am more interested.
Or maybe it will be something to watch a few years down the road when the book is less fresh on my mind.
Originally posted by oudomLots of cameo's in this one, like Stannis Baratheon and the weird guy from "Safety Not Gauranteed." Guess I was not the only one thinking Chris Pratt was playing Andy playing Bert Macklin.
I'm not sure they're cameos, per se, they're just recognizable actors filling both big and small roles. But yeah, lots of TV's best shows were represented --- Friday Night Lights, Parks & Rec, Sopranos, Mad Men, Boston Legal, Game Of Thrones, Lost, and probably a dozen more.
(edited by Big Bad on 15.1.13 0106) "It breaks your heart. It is designed to break your heart. The game begins in the spring, when everything else begins again, and it blossoms in the summer, filling the afternoons and evenings, and then as soon as the chill rains come, it stops and leaves you to face the fall alone." --- Bart Giamatti, on baseball
Still haven't seen the first 3 movies in the series but I did take my 9 year old daughter to see this one - SHE LOVED IT - but I think that had more to do with the fact it was the first time she had seen Harry on the BIG SCREEN than anything else.