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Laura Reitel almost 6 years ago
Guy Meltzer over 3 years ago
return to childhood
Angela over 3 years ago
weird film
Melissa Høegh Marcher over 4 years ago
beautiful, although quite slow in some places
Annika Løchte Taylor over 4 years ago
Beautiful movie, that takes you back your own childhoods imagination. Expect crying. A lot
Innes Maas almost 5 years ago
The filming was beautiful but the script was dreadfully boring
Nat Voisey over 5 years ago
It wasn't like the book. Good movie though. Very indie.
Zach Sly over 5 years ago
Brought the book into a vivid reality, though extremely thematic for a children's movie.
Belen Marenales over 5 years ago
I think is a sweet and enjoyable movie.
Rowan Humphreys over 5 years ago
unusual not really a kids film though :/
Fae over 5 years ago
I liked the meaning, but I found it dreadfully boring.
Angel Carrasco almost 6 years ago
sooooooooo boring
Rachel Trenaman almost 6 years ago
This was a dreadfully boring movie.
Kealey Nutt almost 6 years ago
I saw this at a beautiful, old cinema in Perth, on my own. It filled me with happy stuffs.
Jordan Beeby almost 6 years ago
If you're going to watch this movie, watch out you're going to cry.
Leah Stone almost 6 years ago
Has a deeper meaning than it shows. I liked it, though it's a bit slow and might be boring
Nate McBean 6 years ago
Don't hate it. Its alright. (8/29/2010)
Camille Lévesque 6 years ago
hipsters' gonna hip.
Kelly over 6 years ago
I kinda wandered off while this was still on the TV. Playing with a stick was more amusing
Daniel Jones over 6 years ago
I was truly saddened. Favorite children's books shouldn't be treated this way.
Dylan Clites over 6 years ago
One of the most disappointing movie going experiences I've ever had. A huge letdown.
Where the Wild Things Are is a 2009 American fantasy drama film directed by Spike Jonze and adapted from Maurice Sendak's 1963 children's book Where the Wild Things Are. It combines live action, performers in costumes, animatronics, and computer-generated imagery (CGI). The film stars Max Records, and features the voices of James Gandolfini, Paul Dano, Lauren Ambrose, Forest Whitaker, Catherine O'Hara and Chris Cooper. The film centers around a lonely eight-year-old boy named Max who sails away to an island inhabited by creatures known as the "Wild Things", who declare Max their king. In the early 1980s Disney considered adapting the film as a blend of traditionally animated characters and computer-generated settings, but development did not go past a test film to see how the animation hybridizing would work out. In 2001, Universal Studios acquired rights to the book's adaptation and initially attempted to develop a computer-animated adaptation with Disney animator Eric Goldberg, but...
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