Not exhaustive by any means, pretty much just off the top of my head: 1997: Jackie Brown 1998: Rushmore 1999: Magnolia 2000: Unbreakable 2001: Y Tu Mamá También 2002: Punch-Drunk Love 2003: Lost In Translation 2004: Napoleon Dynamite 2005: Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire 2006: Borat 2007: No Country for Old Men 2008: The Dark Knight 2009: Where the Wild Things Are 2010: Blue Valentine 2011: The Tree of Life 2012: The Comedy 2013: The Wolf of Wall Street 2014: Approaching The Elephant 2015: Victoria 2016: American Honey
I found DKR to be a really excellent adaptation actually, I prefer it to the original source. Year One was an entirely misguided adaptation and a failure in almost every way and nothing since then has peaked my interest in the slightest.
Over a year has gone by, big changes to be made: All Velvet Underground Albums Equally (Nico, White Light / White Heat, Self-Titled, Loaded, V.U., & The Matrix Tapes) Bitches Brew – Miles Davis John Lennon/Plastic Ono Band – John Lennon Let It Be - The Replacements Lola vs Powerman and Moneygoround, Part One – The Kinks Mingus Ah Um - Charles Mingus On Fire - Galaxie 500 Reflektor - Arcade Fire Smiley Smile – The Beach Boys Strange Days – The Doors Surf - Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment Surfa Rosa – The Pixies The Basement Tapes – The Band & Bob Dylan The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan - Bob Dylan The White Album – The Beatles The Disintegration Loops - William Basinski Transformer - Lou Reed Violent Femmes - Violent Femmes Is This It - The Strokes Yeezus - Kanye West
The show was not bad... necessarily, but when it comes to pure filmmaking craft the movie adaptation was so much better. It was like a character-actor's paradise. Jim Carrey, Timothy Spall, Jude Law, Billy Connolly, even Thomas Newman's score are just palely imitated in this version. Barry Sonnenfeld went so tongue-and-cheek with the style that I wouldn't even call it dark. There were some genuinely heart-felt moments in the film but nothing struck a chord with me in the series. The benefits here are that the whole series feels more thought out, less crammed together, and all things considered a little better written than even the books were. There's certainly a lot to like but it really made me realize how much stronger of a director Brad Silberling is to Sonnenfeld (although that's not saying much). Oh, and anything to do with Sunny, K. Todd Freeman's Poe, and Olaf's henchmen is cringe-inducingly bad. EDIT: Having said all that, if I had seen this show when I was eleven it would've been my favorite thing ever.