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30 review for The Official Rocky Horror Picture Show Movie Novel

  1. 4 out of 5

    Rosa

    This was fine, but for some reason I felt uncomfortable reading it, like it was a pornographic comic.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Robin

    Love all the screenshots, I can't tell if my copy has a few pages missing, or if it just doesn't have all of the dialogue from the film. This bothers me a little if the book was designed to pretty much be the movie script and lyrics. When I bought it, I was actually hoping for more of a novel. I wanted to read something where you could also see into the minds of some of the characters. There are a few theories I have about the story as well as some questions that I would have loved a Rocky Horro Love all the screenshots, I can't tell if my copy has a few pages missing, or if it just doesn't have all of the dialogue from the film. This bothers me a little if the book was designed to pretty much be the movie script and lyrics. When I bought it, I was actually hoping for more of a novel. I wanted to read something where you could also see into the minds of some of the characters. There are a few theories I have about the story as well as some questions that I would have loved a Rocky Horror novel to try and answer.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Michelle Llewellyn

    It does read like a comic book and not like a novel. I was a little disappointed not to find a movie-tie in novel with descriptive text and dialogue but a line by line, shot by shot, script-like paperback format of dialogue bubbles with the accompanying still shots from the movie capturing all your favorite moments. I had the opportunity to peruse this at the University of Utah Library's Fine Arts collection since my local county and city libraries do not have this in circulation. Despite not re It does read like a comic book and not like a novel. I was a little disappointed not to find a movie-tie in novel with descriptive text and dialogue but a line by line, shot by shot, script-like paperback format of dialogue bubbles with the accompanying still shots from the movie capturing all your favorite moments. I had the opportunity to peruse this at the University of Utah Library's Fine Arts collection since my local county and city libraries do not have this in circulation. Despite not reading like a paperback novel I still enjoyed reading the lines from the movie while hearing the actor's voices singing and speaking inside my head. The accompanying photos really bring the movie back to life for the reader. If you're a big fan of the movie and want to add this unique novelization of the script to your collection then get this book. I think I'll pass but it was fun to look at.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Kelly

    I love this movie and this book reads like a comic book

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    Cindy

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    Nathan Lyke

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    Larry Levine

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    Katie Maxwell

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    Karlton

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    Em Oriotis

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    Karen Pokrandt

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    Timmy Turner

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    Jami

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    Mary

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