Full Episode : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3PpC7TQhD34&feature=share
The user-submitted question we discuss is:
Nelly B. Jones writes: I love movies very much, but I'm also an avid reader and seeing my favorite books adapted to the big screen should make me very happy. But most of the time, the adaptions make the book even worse. Especially when it's a series. (Harry Potter being the exception.) Vampire Academy the book is nothing like the movie. But the one thing I truly hate the most is when they split that last book into two different movies. The third book in the Hunger Games series, Mockingjay is in my opinion not very good and to split it into two... Makes me not want to see it at all. Why do they do that? And why is the release between those two parts almost a year apart?
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