I'm not entirely sure if I want practically every book I read to be turned into a movie. Sometimes I like the fact that I can imagine how things are just by a few words on a page, it becomes personal and that's really comforting for me. When books are made into movies, 99.9% of the time they are completely ruined. (I'm looking at you TWILIGHT).
Why is it so necessary for every book to be made into a movie?! I have a feeling it's just for money. Anything to make a whole bunch of money right?
Most of the time the actors who are playing these characters, cannot act. In a good book, you have a connection with the characters, you feel for them, you understand how they feel and what they're going through and you want them to succeed in every way. But in the movies, you don't feel that connection, you can kind of tell they're speaking their memorised lines and in some poor cases, you can see that they're not even connecting with their character as well and that's so off-putting.
I can list you a whole bunch of movies that are book adaptations that have completely failed and did not bring justice to the book at all, but then again, I'm sure you can come up with an equally huge list so I won't bother.
How many book adaptations have actually succeeded? Not many at all! Don't you think the big movie people would either step it up a bit or just not bother?
It's annoying, because it ruins the entire book/series for me. When Twilight first came out, I literally thought that it was the biggest waste of my time because it was so terrible. But everytime I try and read the books again, I keep picturing Kristin Stewarts non-existing facial expressions and it puts me off!