Monday Movie Meme- Books

Feature Presentation…MONDAY MOVIE MEME

This week’s movie topic is all about Books In The Movies… today’s movie topic is all about books in the movies. Not movies made from books, but movies that feature books, reading, librarians, bookstores and the like.

There are so many choices!  Fun week 🙂

1. The Breakfast Club (1985) A whole Saturday locked in a library?  Sign me up!

2. You’ve Got Mail (1998) A cute romance featuring the big bad bookstore taking out the small independent bookstore. 

3. The Book of Eli (2010) This post apocalyptic world is a dangerous place and the power is found in The Book.

4. The Proposal (2009) This hate/love relationship between a publishing editor and her writer/assistant is a bestseller.

5. Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) This classic has a few great New York Public Library scenes.  I love the one where Paul Baby signs his own book in front of the disbelieving librarian!

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23 thoughts on “Monday Movie Meme- Books

  1. Amy says:

    Great list, Stacy!

    I almost put Breakfast at Tiffany’s on my list but then I forgot too! ugh! I love this movie, good choice.
    The Proposal is one I haven’t seen so I’ll have to put that on my Netflix queue. The Book of Eli is a good list movie, too.

    This was a fun theme!

  2. CeeCee says:

    I keep pushing The Book of Eli farther down my Netflix queue. I need to watch the movie soon uh?

    I just love me some Meg Ryan in You’ve Got Mail. Every time I watch the movie I keep thinking something will happen so she can keep her little store open.

    I walked into a closing Borders just the other day and got a lump in my throat.


    • stacybuckeye says:

      Walking into closing bookstores always makes me sad too. But happy for all of the bargains I get to bring home 🙂

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