Blindfolded, Alone, Afraid. No idea where she is or what will happen next. The only thing Angela knows is that she’s been kidnapped. Does she has the courage to escape? Will she ever see her father again? David Oyelowo is a film star and a director and he certainly know the film industry very well, maybe David Oyelowo play the dad and a newcomer would play the young child and made this film a diverse and generally gripping film.
9.Time Train To The Blitz
It all starts when a mysterious train appears in the park. Before they know what’s happening. Joe and Scarlett are whisked away on a journey back in time. This certainly be an amazing and enchanted film that will wowed people, I would love John Krasinski to direct and with Millicent Simmonds and Noah Jupe as the two main lead and John Krasinski plus Emily Blunt will also star.
8.The Children Of The King
Three children have been sent to live in the countryside, safe from the war in London. When they find two boys hiding in a castle, the past and future come together to make an extraordinary adventure. With this being a period piece, I would love Simon Curtis to direct this with the cast of his films to made this magnificent book into an award-winning film.
7.The London Eye Mystery
Ted and Kat watch their cousin Salim get on board the London Eye. He turn and waves and the pod rises from the ground, then Salim disappear and Ted and Kat would go on adventure to search for their cousin. As this book is based in London and I would like a British director and Kenneth Branagh would be ideal, with all new newcomers made this a junior mystery type of film.
6.The Young Magicians At The Thieves Almanac
On a London street, four unlikely friends stand before the astonishingly ordinary – looking blue door of the magic circle, in search of a secret book and a set of impossible crimes. It got to feel like an exciting and ultimately tense film that it has all the element of a perfect film, with a star-studded cast and maybe with a bunch of newcomers and even Matt Damon as the villain, Hopefully it will become successful with a trilogy and it will be thrilling for everyone.
5.The Boy At The Back Of The Class
When a new boy join their class, a group of children try to befriend him. They soon learn that Ahmet is a refugee and has been separated from his family. None of the grown – ups seem to be able to help him, so the friends come up with a daring plan, embarking on an extraordinary adventure. Too be honest with you I only see one film by Regina King and she is a promising director, she would made this book into a film that would aimed for all ages and she would cast newcomers mixed in with award winning cast to made this life affirming and relatable.
4.Mondays Are Murder
When eleven-year-old Poppy Fields goes on an activity holiday to a remote Scottish Island and doing many activities, unfortunately something happen and she suspect foul play. Rob Letterman would direct this and he would turn this book/film into a child murder mystery whodunnit type of film and Chloe Coleman would play the main lead.
3.A Soldier’s Friend
As the War rages in Europe, Londoners are sending brave animals to help the soldiers – Mouser and Sammy are soon on their way to the trenches, they becomes friends and their unlikely friendships blossomed and save each other, Cute, relatable and animals type of book and that would blended to be a magnificent film and I would love Travis Knight to direct, as he would turn it a childlike film with maybe live – action or even Laika like into an animation film.
2.The Kingdom By The Sea
Twelve-year-old Harry struggles to make it on his own after his family is lost in a German air raid. But as he and his dog companion journey along the northern English coast, there is never enough distance between them and the terrible war. There is one director who would be amazing to direct this and it is Clint Eastwood, it would be poignancy and moving at the same time, it sort of like that film Kes but a boy with a dog and it can be hard to watch, this also be beautifully made.
1.The Parent Agency
Barry Bennett is sick of his parents. They’re boring, they’re too strict and it’s their fault his name is Barry. So he makes a wish for better ones – and he whisked away to the Parent Agency, where kids gets to pick out their perfect parents. For Barry, this seems like a dream come true. But as he’s about to discover, choosing a new mom and dad isn’t as simple as it sound. I would absolutely love Paul King who direct this as a film with an important message and a family film at the same time, Roger Dale Floyd would play the boy and maybe some British cast and that would made this a life affirming and relatable film that would touch people heart.