Party Like It's 1999
Twenty years ago, an unparalleled movie year thrilled, entertained, and moved audiences. 1999 was the year that: Neo dodged bullets, we all saw dead people, we definitely didn't talk about Fight Club, the boss took Milton's stapler, it rained frogs, the public became enthralled with the legend of the Blair Witch, the time we voted for Tracy Flick. Simply put, it was the best movie year ever. And that's the premise of Brian Raftery's book, "Best. Movie. Year. Ever.: How 1999 Blew Up the Big Screen." Raftery's inside look at the hits two decades ago is the inspiration for The Little's "Party Like It's 1999" film series -- a chance for us to bring your favorites back to the big Little screen for you. There's only one appropriate reaction to this news: "whoa."