Visionary director Spike Jonze brings Maurice Sendak's beloved children's book to the big screen with the help of hipster icon Dave Eggers, who teamed with Jonze to pen the adapted screenplay. A mixture of real actors, computer animation, and live puppeteering, Where the Wild Things Are follows the adventures of a young boy named Max (Max Records) as he enters the world of the Wild Things, a race of strange and enormous creatures who gradually turn the young boy into their king. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
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This movie was terrible and rather boring, I ended up only watching it to see if it ever picked up. The plot was too subtle for a kids movie and the plot too generic and boring for adults. You never idetified to the characters. Skip it.
Found it a bit disappointing concidering the people involved in it. Glad I did not spend the big bucks to see this on the Big Screen. The costumes were a bit primitive with todays special effects, the acting was not what I have come to expect from kids movies, and quite frankly my kids even said that this was moving Way too slow.