Quotes for “Bod in the Street”
“I have high expectations for the movie because the creators of “The Fault in Our Stars” did a really good job capturing vital details and making the film relatable to everyone,” said Lauren Perry, sophomore radiology major. “If they can keep that up for “Looking for Alaska” I won’t be disappointed.”
“My apprehensions about the film adaptation are similar to that of anyone else’s when a book is being made into a film – I worry that it will not follow the book as closely as I would like it to,” Ryan Kelly, junior marketing and international business major. “Of course, his movies have always been well done so I’m not too worried about this adaptation.”
“I’m really excited about it. I read the book last summer so it’s fun to have the story come back to life again,” said Haley Stallbaumer, senior nursing major.
“I haven’t read the book yet, but I’m planning to. I’m the kind of person who has to read the book before I watch the movie,” said Jessi Williams, freshman marketing major.