We often hear how a new movie, based on the writings of a successful book, didn’t do the book “justice.” Let’s take for example, the recently released “Jurassic World”. Many have made the claim that the book was more enjoyable, but on the flip side how do you not showcase prehistoric creatures stomping in front of you in high-end broadcast technology?

Often, to the recipient, a clear picture of images and graphics conveys much more information than a thousand words ever could. And generally, movies reach more people than most books ever do.

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