READER'S ROCK LIFESTYLE MAGAZINE VOL 2 ISSUE 4 NOVEMBER 2014 Vol. 1 Issue 9 March 2014 - Page 68

t 6. Watch it or Wreck – St. Patty's Edition 1. Gone With the Wind and Scarlet. Both books, one a classic and one a Maybe I am just not well-versed in disappointment much like their books turned movie for this respective film adaptations. Gone category but I had a terrible time with the Wind is one of my all time with it so I am skipping the book favorite movies and though it takes requirement and rolling straight place in the south, many of the into my top five Irish-relevant characters have strong Irish roots films. Let me say that I am a including Scarlet O'Hara, of course. HUGE fan of all things Irish, was Both book and film are amazing fortunate enough to take a and on my “must see” list. The fantastic trip to Ireland a few years sequel is an entirely different story ago, and am enamored with many – pun intended. Sadly, Scarlet fell Irish authors so I mean no slights in short in every arena both book and this article whatsoever. Some of film. Even casting former James my selections may be a bit of a Bond (and Time Lord), Timothy stretch but these are all films that Dalton, as the prolific Rhett Butler mean something to me for one could not save the made-for-TV reason or another. film.