- n. Plural form of adaptation.
“The artwork in the first two adaptations is amazing.”
“Certain adaptations are required to cater to the rural masses; they have unique expectation and warrant changes in all four parameters of product, price, promotion and distribution.”
“Another wonderful thing about adaptations is when you get a filmmaker who really loves the source material.”
“If Legendary's track record of adaptations is anything to go by, this is a good choice.”
“Now, where Behe is laughably wrong is not where he asserts that multiple simultaneous mutations are improbable, but where he assumes that multiple simultaneous mutations are required to achieve certain adaptations or outcomes.”
“No. Steve Matheson: Now, where Behe is laughably wrong is not where he asserts that multiple simultaneous mutations are improbable, but where he assumes that multiple simultaneous mutations are required to achieve certain adaptations or outcomes.”
“Big Frank probably wants to make sure there's no liberal propaganda in adaptations either.”
“The video game developer is "becoming an increasingly active participant" in adaptations of it games, which I think is definitely a good thing - considering Uwe Boll ruined the genre.”
“The people out there who demand faithfulness in adaptations and remakes should be pleasantly surprised, even if not outright delighted by this script; sure, a few elements are slightly watered-down, Hollywood-ized, Americanized – but there is no outright wrecking, ruining, or childhood raping going on here," says Dr. Strangefist.”
“This is something that you don't often find in adaptations, sometimes with good reason (some things work better on paper than on celluloid and vice versa) and sometimes with no good reason (like some studio executive tries to make the story more "marketable").”
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