Steven Spielberg's "War Horse" will catch every serious movie lovers emotion. The message of this movie is a universal one, about the pain of war in which men and animals suffer. Story begins with a small family farm in the English county of Devon. Young Albert Narracott (Jeremy Irvine), his drunken kind father Ted (Peter Mullan), and his loving hard-working mother Rose (Emily Watson). Once the landowner Lyons (David Thewlis) presses them for past-due rent. Eventually, there is a horse auction in the village. Albert's eye falls on a handsome horse named Joey, and he determines to outbid Lyons for it, even if it means spending all the rent money. When war comes the horse passes from British to German hands. To find his horse Albert joins the Army. Story goes on. After some emotional events he found his loving horse.
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Best part of story, including ending:
The story is about war, where man and animals both suffer. The story tells us how much a man can love his horse even he joins the Army to find him.
Best scene in story:
When Albert whistles and his horse Joey comes to him by recognizing it at the last moment of the movie. That scene attracted my emotion most.