The simple truth of life is that other people are as real as you.
Briony considers herself to be quite the writer. All of her stories have order and everyone always lives happily ever after because in the worlds Briony creates, she makes all the rules. There can be nothing in Briony’s stories that she can’t explain, that she can’t make sense of. Every little detail is crystal clear to her. But life isn’t a story, and life isn’t always so clear, especially to a young girl. So when Briony sees something that she doesn’t fully understand, she has to create a story to make sense of it. But this story has consequences. Consequences that destroy a couple in love and send a young man to war.
Can there be a happily ever after when these two stories face off?
Two stories enter, one story leaves when Atonement steps into the Storydome.
Greasers and Socs don’t get along. The two rival gangs live on different sides of town, and they come from much different backgrounds. Greasers have slicked back greasy hair, and they wear jeans and t-shirts with leather jackets. Some might call them hoods. Socs have nice clean haircuts, wear dressier clothes and letterman jackets. Some might call them the perfect teenagers. When the two gangs meet up, there can only one result: a rumble!
If you’re looking for a rumble, you just found one. The book and the movie version of The Outsiders are about to face off inside the Storydome.
Two stories enter, one story leaves when The Outsiders steps into the Storydome.
Do you ever wonder what kind of dining set defines you as a person?
I am Jack’s swollen indifference. I work a job I hate, to buy things I don’t need, to fill up my filing cabinet of an apartment. I visit tragic support groups for people coping with terminal illnesses in order to treat my insomnia. And I hate Marla Singer, because her lies reflect my own lies. This is my life, and it’s passing me by one minute at a time. Enter: Tyler Durden. The most interesting single serving friend I have ever met.
I am Jack’s self-destruction.
Ladies and Gentlemen, it is now time for our main event of the month! Fight Club hits itself as hard as it can in February’s ultimate match up!
Two stories enter, one story leaves when Fight Club steps into the Storydome.
Death is not an adventure to those who stand face to face with it.
The entire world is at war for the first time, but not the last. We all know something about The Great War (World War I) and, depending on your level of knowledge about history, you are probably aware of the more worldwide effect of the war, but do you know how it affected the soldiers on the frontline fighting? Let’s take a glimpse at the human element of war, at the men who kill each other simply because they were commanded to.
It’s an all-out war between these two the anti-war stories. The novel and the movie head to the frontlines to battle it out.
Two stories enter, one story leaves when All Quiet on The Western Front steps into the Storydome.
Well goodbye, boysOh my buddy boysOh my sad-eyed Sinatras
Is it fate that brings people together, or is it tragic circumstance? In the story Mystic River, three childhood friends are reunited after twenty-five years of distance. As children, a strange car pulls up to them, one boy gets in, the other two stay on the street. Their friendship, along with their innocence, end on that day. The boys, now men, find their lives once again intertwined by the murder of a young girl.
Two heavyweights collide when Dennis Lehane’s New York Times bestseller faces off against Clint Eastwood’s multiple Academy Award winning movie.
Two stories enter, one story leaves when Mystic River steps into the Storydome.
Mankind is done for. Humanity is coming to an end and it isn’t going down in a blaze of glory, but in a plague of infertility. This is the future world we are thrown into in the story Children of Men. Set in the not too distant future, mankind has lost the ability to reproduce and now the population is awaiting the slow imminent death of the species. The great cities of the world have fallen, Britain alone soldiers on, and it is here that a small group of people may hold the salvation of all mankind.
A story of survival in a world with no hope, we’ll see who survives when the book and the movie face off against one another.
Two stories enter, one story leaves when Children of Men steps into the Storydome.
We all know the story of Peter Pan, the boy who refused to grow up, who stole away in the middle of the night with the Darling children and took them to Neverland. There they encountered mermaids, Indians, fairies, and battled pirates led by Captain Hook.
Peter Pan held his own against pirates, but let’s see how he fares when he goes head-to-head with himself.
Two stories enter, one story leaves when Peter Pan steps into the Storydome.