Tuck Everlasting by Nancy Babbit. (movie and book)
Tuesday, November 29, 2011 @ 8:09 PM | 1 Comment [s]
I`ll just quote my post about this on our book blog.
The movie`s not that good as the book tho. I don`t know, but it didn`t caught my attention as a normal exciting book would.
Winnie is supposed to be 10, and so was in her... *secret* but she looks 18 in the movie. Haha. But it`s good. I recommend you read the book first before watching the movie (I watched in youtube)
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I won`t start with "I am blah blah and age`s blah blah" because I consider it lame and a total turn-off to your attention.
Probably gives you a I-think-I-heard-or-seen-this-before, eh?That was what I thought when I saw it in Booksale.Little Winnie Foster decides to wander around the forest behind their house and found a mysterious part where a gorgeous boy sits under the tree and won`t let her drink from the spring. She finds out that the Tuck family is immortal--after drinking from the spring. It is in her hands if the family`s secret is to be held or to be spilled.
I am still completely disappointed at the book`s ending. Why did she have to die? It`s just not right for Jessie Tuck.End of spoiler.Anyway, this book had a movie before by Walt Disney pictures. But Winnie Foster`s a grown-up there, though.