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Top 10 Books For Every Movie Lover

Book are not just mere pages, and They are a collection of experiences and fantasies that help you to think and get motivated. So, They also entertain you. 

If you love movies, but don’t want to stare at the screen watching them, you can read a book instead. So let’s dive into the top 10 books that you must have on your bookshelf if you love movies. 

City of Nets: Do you find 1940s Hollywood drabbing? Read City of Nets by Otto Friedrich, and fall in love with the Hollywood of the 40s. The book is about making classics like Citizen Kane, The Maltese Falcon, Double Indemnity, and All About Eve.

Five Point Someone: If you think your life is a mess, go on and read Five Point, Someone. The book is inspiring unusually, so much that its inspiration made a Bollywood blockbuster 3 Idiots.

The Godfather: The Godfather by Mario Puzo is a novel on which the movie The Godfather was made. Overall, it’s fantastic to read.

The Jungle Book: This book is the basis of many television shows and movies. Written by Rudyard Kipling, The Jungle Book is a must-read for any movie lover.

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Call Me By Your Name: Call Me By Your Name was one of the most acclaimed movies in 2017. The book is also delightful, just like the movie. André Aciman writes it.

As If! : This book came out to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the film Clueless. It is fun and quick to read with some cool tales from the film’s cast and crew.

The day of the Locust: The novel written by Nathaneal West is about Hollywood during the Great Depression. It looks into the dreadfulness in the glamour industry.

Chick Flicks: Chick Flicks by B. Ruby Rich is about females in the cinema industry. It also tells us about the lady specialists who acted as directors.

The Studio: The Studio by John Gregory Dunne is an accurate representation of how films are made in Hollywood. It is about all the things that make the film what it is.

On Directing Film: This book by David Mamet is based on a set of lectures that David Mamet gave at Columbia University’s film school. A must-read for any movie lover

By Albert

Albert is a 24-year-old former secretary at a law firm who enjoys badminton, social card games and drinking. He is inspiring and bright, but can also be very lazy and a bit moody.

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