Meggie, now a young lady, knows nothing of her father's bizarre and powerful talent, only that Mo still refuses to read to her. Capricorn, a being so evil he would "feed a bird to a cat on purpose, just to watch it being torn apart," has searched for Meggie's father for years, wanting to twist Mo's powerful talent to his own dark means. Finally, Capricorn realizes that the best way to lure Mo to his remote mountain hideaway is to use his beloved, oblivious daughter Meggie as bait!
The biggest difference between the book and the movie is the action scenes and the characters. You get to know and unite with the characters much more in the book and live in their world too. The action scenes have a bit more violence than the movie, and feel more dangerous. Plus, the book continues the story with two more books when the movie gives the story a different ending and stops.
Published at 2003
Firstly, it gives real life to the characters. The casting is almost perfect, especially for the role of Mo. If i'm right, even at the book says that the author had pictured Brendan Frasher as Mo. The story of the book became reality without big changes (except the ending) and is really good they sticked up to that. The special effects and the music, create the world in the book as it was imagined and sometimes even better. Also where sometimes the book is getting boring with the details, the movie make the details enjoyable by giving you a fast tour of the Inkheart world without tiring you.
Released at 2008
Final Winner: The Inkheart Movie
In case you have seen the movie too or read the book, do you agree with our final winner?