Black Beauty. I've seen the movie and read the book about a hundred times each. Probably my all time favorite movie. My mother brainwashed us at a young age to adore horse movies, (she rarely bought anything else) and I'm glad she did!
If you read Roald Dahl's book, then you'll notice Tim Burton has almost lifted every scene and line verbatim from the pages to make this incredible movie. Yes, I love the Gene Wilder version as well. But as for staying true to the story, this film wins outright.
The Matrix (1999). The movie that inspired many dance moves and tattoos. www.itunes.apple.com/us/app/ifilmfanatic/id505386256?mt=8
She's All That...Was I a bet? One of my favorite movies from my younger days
Big Daddy (1999) A lazy law school grad adopts a kid to impress his girlfriend, but everything doesn't go as planned and he becomes the unlikely foster father.
The Great Gatsby - a great love that goes wrong .. the story, the outfits, the parties, the dancing, the music, everything is outstandingly done.
The Pianist (2002) - Dirceted by Roman Polanski starring with Adrien Brody. A Polish Jewish musician struggles to survive the destruction of the Warsaw ghetto of World War II. Very touching, amazing movie with a documentary line.
The good old movies posters redesigned, well, you know, “less is more”.
I remember that my best friend and I didn't go to the theater to see this, but rather a movie (that shall go unnamed) that I found quite lackluster once I saw it. That movie (thankfully) we couldn't see due to some technically difficulty, so we saw this. I LOVED it. Still do. <3