So, looking through all the threads I couldn't find anything like this. The title sort of explains it all.
Art in the form of books and movies that you feel other's should experience.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame slow in the beginning, but according to me it's much worth reading it because the ending is lovely...
Perfume: The Story of a Murderer
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy also one of those book's who really deserves to be the classic that it is
Those above are books I feel is a shame that people don't really read that much, at least not anywhere near where I live. They're lovely, in every sense there is. I could read them over and over again.
Other books that are good and should be read as well, but aren't really too necessary:
Alice in Wonderland sort of a classic, but it deserves to be...
Jenny a book from a Swedish author, Jonas Gardell, I don't really know whether it has been translated into any other languages, but if so, it is a lovely book
Goodness Gracious This masterpiece is written by Aarto Paasilinna, a finnish comic novelist. I haven't finished this book yet, but it is absolutely hilarious. It's about a man walking on the street, checking out a pair of very hot legs and therefore dying since he doesn't notice the car that soon hits him and kills him immediately. He wakes up as a ghost, only to find this woman actually rather ugly and then begins his journey that you get to follow in the book.
Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain (or just shortly 'Amélie') Lovely and rather famous French movie. If you haven't seen it; do so!
The Boy In The Striped Pyjamas Beautiful movie.
The gods must be crazy This one is a classic to, I suppose. So yeah, if you haven't seen it, you should. You're missing out on a bunch of loveliness otherwise.
Little Miss Sunshine I think this is a movie many have seen as well, but I'm not taking any chances here...
Perfume: Story of a murderer Alan Rickman's in it. Do I need to say more?
That's all I can think of for now.
Excuse all the possible error's; I r nott Inglish!