I would have to agree that, excepting a film of someone turning the pages of the book at the exact speed you'd be reading said book, this is an impossible task. If it were anything else, it wouldn't be exactly like the book... And in fact, it wouldn't be exactly like the book, as it would, in fact, be a film, and not a book.If you're looking for absolutely, 100% exact, you'd have a very short thread... basically, just your opening question. I cannot think of a single movie that was exactly like the book.
Your typical screenplay for a 2 hour movie is about 120 pages. Your typical novel is anywhere from 150 (virtually a short story) to 1000 pages. You cannot fit all of that into one movie.
Then you have to consider things such as budget, pacing and what translates well on screen and what does not.
Imagination is also important. I may envision something completely different when I read a story than another person. If a line in a book reads "he placed his keys on the table," I might picture a round dark wooden table. Someone else might picture a table cloth. Another may picture a square or rectangular table.