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Where the Wild Things Are
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Where the Wild Things Are 2009


description written by member Zara:

Producer Tom Hanks and director Spike Jonze bring Maurice Sendak's classic story to life in this enchanting adventure, a dynamic blend of computer animation and live-action puppetry. Sent to bed without his supper, defiant young Max sets off on a journey that leads him to a mysterious forest where the Wild Things live. James Gandolfini, Catherine Keener, Forest Whitaker and Catherine O'Hara lend their talents to the ambitious production.

Release Date:October 16th, 2009
Directed By:
Spike JonzeSpike Jonze
Written By:
Spike JonzeSpike Jonze
No image existsDave Eggers
No image existsMaurice Sendak
Starring:
Catherine KeenerCatherine Keener
Mark RuffaloMark Ruffalo
No image existsLauren Ambrose
James GandolfiniJames Gandolfini
Catherine O'HaraCatherine O'Hara
Forest WhitakerForest Whitaker
Paul DanoPaul Dano
No image existsAlice Parkinson
No image existsTom Noonan
No image existsAngus Sampson
No image existsSteve Mouzakis

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Where the Wild Things Are Movie Review by Martin (3/4/2011)

I Really didn't like this movie at all. I thought it looked interesting (and I guess the monsters that have been designed for it kind off are) but the film has no real substance.

This has been scraped together from a very short and very well known book which I know little about. The Fact that the book is as short as it is...

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Where the Wild Things Are Movie Review by Chris (7/31/2010)

I remember being a kid, sitting in my school's library being read this book by our librarian. It was a class favorite, and though she refused to read it aloud again we kept going in, taking it off the shelf and huddling in the corner, one of us reading aloud to the group. It was a magical book, and kids like us related to...

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Where the Wild Things Are Movie Review by Movie Addict (7/5/2010)

A feature film made from a book with just nine sentences? Unbelievable, but true.

The characters were amazing. Max was the best - a wild, rambunctious child who was able to stand pat amidst his fear and convince the others he was powerful. But, each character had a real personality, and that is what made it work.

It was...

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Where the Wild Things Are Movie Review by Jeremy (6/29/2010)

At one point in this movie the young boy Max has a meltdown with his mother as her new boyfriend is over visiting. I was overcome with emotions and I felt like I was his age again and in the same exact situation. I got up and went to the kitchen centered myself, went back and finished the movie with my family.

This...

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Where the Wild Things Are Movie Review by Zara (3/18/2010)

I did not care for the book, so I'm slightly biased in that regard. Give me Shel Silverstein instead, any day.

This movie isn't helped by the fact that it's been made during modern times when the mentality of children has become such that they can act like complete and utter a**holes and mom and pops will still buy them...

(complete Where the Wild Things Are review by Zara)

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