Whether it's a novel, comic, or biography, Hollywood is full of adaptations. Almost every film is based on a story that's already been told. Of course, the book is always better but in some cases, the big-screen portrayal does do it's written predecessor justice. In their latest videos, CineFix breaks down five of those movies.
Elusive street artist — mostly — Banksy got together with director Danny Boyle to stage a Christmas play. It's Banksy's vision of the Nativity, set in the original location — Bethlehem, at a hotel right next to the wall that separates Israel and the West Bank. With a few ups and downs, the show goes on — and for one night, everything was almost normal.