If the planets align juuuuust right...everything will be perfect in the universe.
In the movies, what ever isn't right can be made right with technology that's amazing. I'll admit, I'm a huge fan of blockbuster movies with mindboggling special effects.
But, as exciting as it would be to have a book chosen to be made into a movie, movies often don't do a book justice. They take liberties with the storyline - even as far as just basing the movie on the book. Meaning, only the basic idea of the book was kept - which perhaps, might actually be better than a 'book to movie' cuz at least expectations of the movie's trueness would be far less.
'Trueness' to a book is ideal. When I read a book and fall in love with the characters and the storyline - I want that feeling when I see the movie - I don't think that's too much to ask. :o)
Some authors, like J.K. Rowling, demanded that the movies made of her books be true to them. I think initially her intentions were good, but then her books grew in length and we started to see a decline in the "trueness". I imagine 700+ page novels are difficult to turn into a movie, and I imagine I'm being difficult to please, but so be it.
Now, if someone offered to turn my novel into a movie, I probably wouldn't turn my nose up at that opportunity, but I would demand 'trueness' to my book. And since my book is not 700+ pages, it would be so easy! I'm just putting that one out there...