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    Default Bracket #9: Storm of the Century (1999)

    Storm of the Century, 1999

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    I've seen the miniseries at least three times. Is this much different? Could I vote on it from that experience alone or would that be naughty of me?

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    Never read. Canít stand the screenplay format.
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    Love the movie and own the screenplay book, but have never bothered to read it, and probably never will (I just don't see the point).
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    I've seen the miniseries at least three times. Is this much different? Could I vote on it from that experience alone or would that be naughty of me?
    Well, since the book is actually the screenplay for the miniseries, then should be almost identical. I guess it wouldn't be any different then some one rating a book if they only listened to the audio book.
    (of course in this case you would be reading descriptions of the scenery rather then seeing it).
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    I've never read it, but have also seen the mini-series a few times.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy View Post
    I've seen the miniseries at least three times. Is this much different? Could I vote on it from that experience alone or would that be naughty of me?
    I'm in the same boat. I love the miniseries. Seen it a bunch of times. I also have the book but have yet to read it. Maybe I'll glance through it when I get home to see if it's much different.

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    Based on the emoticon Tommy put at the end of his post, I think he was joking.

    AFAIK, the book is an exact word-for-word screenplay of the miniseries.
    Hearts are tough, she said, most times hearts don't break, and I'm sure that's right . . . but what about then? What about who we were then? What about hearts in Atlantis?

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