When I first heard about this film, I wasn't too interested because I thought it would just be another Hollywood cheesy animal movie. I origionally only saw this film so I could get some extra credit for my U.S. History class. I was blown away by how heartwarmming this film really was. It was funny at some points but completely heart-breaking the next. I loved this film also for the way the story shows three different perspectives from World War I. (first the English, second the Germans, and third the French) This film also had just beautiful cinematography that just makes you want to go to the countrysides. This film along with Movies like Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, 50/50, The Ides of March, MoneyBall, and Drive were all completley overshadowed by other great films like The Artist, and Hugo. They all deserved to be honored, but for this film I recommend this to any lover of: horses, history, or just need a movie to watch with the kids that won't drive you nuts.
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