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100 best films based on books

From Lionel Shriver’s We Need to Talk About Kevin to One Day by David Nicholls, there are several must-see book-to-movie adaptations coming up this year.

Book-to-movie adaptions divide opinion. Some of us relish the satisfaction of seeing iconic characters and stories brought to life on the big screen - in a way that honours (rather than altering or sensationalising) the original text, storyline and characters. Others feel strongly that the adaption never lives up to the original story. Which is why Stylist has decided to put together a selection of the best 100 book-to-film adaptations.

Do you agree with our choices? Click on an image below to launch the gallery and share your thoughts in the comments section below.

Picture credit: Rex Features

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