Tue 31 Dec Markus Zusak's beloved bestseller The Book Thief is now a film starring Geoffrey Rush, Emily Watson and Sophie Nelisse. The story of a courageous German...
The new "Hunger Games" movie isn't the only adaptation of a monster young-adult bestseller in theaters at the moment. Buried deep in its box-office shadow is "The Book Thief," whose source novel by Markus Zusak is enormously popular....Show More Summary
Thanksgiving weekend is the start of big holiday movie season. Of the six biggest films coming out on the day before Thanksgiving, three center on female characters (Philomena, The Book Thief, and Disney's Frozen) and the fourth (Black...Show More Summary
The trailers for: "The Great Beauty" "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" "Philomena" "Ramleela" "Syrup" "The Book Thief" "The Last Days on Mars"
Based on the best-selling novel, this WWII drama tells the story of a spirited young girl who transforms the lives of everyone around her when she is...
When I reviewed 12 Years A Slave, which is based on the true story of a free black man who was kidnapped and brought to the Deep South as a slave in 1841, I said that it might help America come to grips with the horrors of slavery and...Show More Summary
Audio-distribution service SoundCloud debuted its first-ever movie trailer Tuesday in a partnership with 20th Century Fox. The trailer for The Book Thief — based on a novel set in Nazi Germany — uses the film's score and pairs the sound...Show More Summary
The new drama The Book Thief isn't focused on the enormity of the Holocaust and the devastation that Hitler and the Nazis brought to Germany and the world. Instead, the focus is on how one seemingly normal were affected by the Nazis as they adopt one child and end up protecting another. Show More Summary
Capone's Art-House Round-Up with THE BOOK THIEF, Alex Gibney's THE ARMSTRONG LIE and Barbara Kopple's RUNNING FROM CRAZY Read the full article on AICN Hey, folks. Capone in Chicago here, with a few films that are making their way into...Show More Summary
The Book Thief is still one of my favorite books even though it's been years since I read it (and frankly, it's time for a re-read). Last week the movie adaptation opened in a limited release and starting today it...
The Book Thief Good intentions and popular source material can be a dangerous and risky combination. It's so clear as you watch the film adaptation of the hit Markus Zusak novel The Book Thief why this material is such a...
Read our review of 'The Book Thief' movie to find out if director Brian Percival delivers a captivating and thought-provoking adaptation of Markus Zusak's best-selling WWII novel. The post ‘The Book Thief’ Review appeared first on Screen Rant.
Brian D. Johnson reviews this week's movie releases
The movie ended up being not at all what I expected. Mostly because the angel of death who narrates it has a sense of humor. Which is weird because there's no part of the movie that's meant to be funny. More » The Book Thief Has A Funny...Show More Summary
Thirteen-year-old actress Sophie Nélisse had a big decision to make before auditioning for The Book Thief: should she focus on acting or continue to pursue her dream of becoming an Olympic gymnast? Well, she decided, she got the part, and now the rest is history. Show More Summary
Yesterday, author Markus Zusak and filmmaker Brian Percival (pictured, via) appeared in New York City to promote The Book Thief movie adaptation. During the event, they answered questions, showed the trailer, and shared film clips. For Zusak, his main mission as a writer is to “write so much like me that no one else could have told that story. Show More Summary
Capones sits down with THE BOOK THIEF stars Geoffrey Rush & Sophie Nélisse, and director Brian Percival Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I'll have a full review for you on Friday, but THE BOOK THIEF...Show More Summary
Markus Zusak’s 2005 novel The Book Thief has been on the New York Times Bestseller list for over 230 weeks, a popular staying power that made a major studio film adaptation almost inevitable, even given the grim subject matter. Liesel...Show More Summary
"The Book Thief" hit theaters in limited release on Nov. 8, and stars Geoffrey Rush and Sophie Nélisse took to "Good Morning America" to discuss the World War II era film.
The Place: A hotel suite in downtown Chicago. The People: Actor Geoffrey Rush, the Oscar-winning star of such films as "Shine," "Shakespeare in Love," "Quills," "The King's Speech" and the "Pirates of the Caribbean" saga, 13-year-old...Show More Summary