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The ClassicsThe Last Unicorn, of course.
The Princess Bride, definitely.
Several of the Narnia stories have been filmed, successfully.
The Butcher's Wife (1991)
The Fisher King
Dead Again (1991)
And the one, the original, the only Highlander. I make every effort to ignore the existence of either of the creatures called sequels. I enjoy the TV show, especially the naked sweaty male muscles, but I dread the rumors of a new movie with the TV characters.
The Adventures of Baron Munchausen: both the one with Robin Williams and the older one.
I'm reaching back a bit, but I have to include The Wizard of Oz; the Piglet Press website gives a great tour of the land and its inhabitants, as created by L. Frank Baum.
The LightLiar, Liar
Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
The WierdArmy Of Darkness
Flesh Gordon (not Flash Gordon, Flesh Gordon. Including my favorite claymation monster, with a voice reminiscent of Vincent Price, attempting to molest the heroine. Like everybody else was doing.)
(Off the subject: I also enjoyed Serial Mom and Lust in the Dust. Can you tell?)
I did not likeThe Conan the Barbarian movies. Good fantasy movies are made by people who love the genre. The Conan movies were not made by someone who grew up on Barbarian Fantasy and loved it. They weren't even made by someone like Terry Pratchett who knows the literature of Sword & Sorcery enough to have playful fun with it. They were made by someone who was saying, "Let's see, the product they are buying is ... swords ... check ... naked sweaty male muscles ... check ... barbarian swordwomen in unrealistically skimpy outfits ... big monsters, snakes and stuff ... evil magicians ..."