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A video editorial about not judging a creative work by their creators actions. Think of this as a direct follow up to a question I was asked about my last video. Sources: Tale of Tales Tweet: http://tinyurl.com/jysp785 Phil Fish Article: http://tinyurl.com/pyjhdat The Tweets are not available anymore on his twitter itself, feel free to investigate further. Orson Scott Card Post: http://www.nauvoo.com/library/card-hy... It's part of an article he wrote and the title alone reinforces my point the best rather than some of his blog posts, which is what started his controversy in the first place.
I saw the film yesterday and loved it. In my opinion it was a very well-thought out adaptation that hit most of the book's key points. Like all adaptations, one cannot simply cover everything, and the films that try to usually end up with major pacing issues, Watchmen being a prime example in my mind. I was particularly impressed by the casting: Butterfield was an excellent Ender, and Steinfeld was great as Petra. What were your all's thoughts for those who have also read the book? For those who have only seen the film, what did you think as well?