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"Let the wild rumpus start!" Nine-year-old Max runs away from home and sails across the sea to become king of the land Where the Wild Things Are. King Max rules a wondrous realm of gigantic fuzzy monsters – but being king may not be as carefree as it looks! Filmmaker Spike Jonze directs a magical, visually astonishing film version of Maurice Sendak's celebrated children's classic, starring an amazing cast of screen veterans and featuring young Max Records in a fierce and sensitive performance as Max. Explore the joyous, complicated and wildly imaginative wild rumpus of the time and place we call childhood.]]>
Terrible... no plot other than a brat who should be in military school for some discipline.Published 14 days ago by Amazon Customer
This was an abysmal "expansion" of the book's storyline. So many things wrong about it that other reviewers already noted... This movie is an embarrassment.Published 15 days ago by Dejeta
This is a charming movie about a kid named Max who runs away from home and to island of monsters (the Wild Things). This is not a horror movie, it's in fact a children's movie. Read morePublished 1 month ago by lobster face
If you are a fan of the original story, you will be very disappointed. If you are a person who provides a nice childhood for your children, you will be disgusted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Claybirdie
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|This also comes with a nice slipcover and digital copy-buyer beware!||
I wrote amazon customer service and they responded that this version is not the same as the combo pack seen elsewhere. Buy.com offeres a blu-ray+dvd+digital copy pack for 29.99. oddly enough though, their decription lists the contents as "1 disc"
Feb 25, 2010 by Mr Mojo Risin | See all 19 posts
|Blu-Ray combo pack - question about bonus features||
I purchased the combo pack the day of release - it's not the same DVD as this one contains only the film itself along with the digital copy; none of the special features are included on the DVD itself. The single DVD available for separate purchase has a few bonus features, but the bulk of them... Read More
Mar 6, 2010 by J. Allen | See all 7 posts
|Latin Spanish or Castillian Spanish?||
It is subtitled, not dubbed, so you should be fine.
Mar 20, 2010 by Margaret Picky | See all 2 posts
|"Where the Wild Things Are"...from my own childhood...||
In the book there's a page where the boy is chasing his dog with a fork in his hand. I'm wondering what's supposed to be so joyous and fun about that. Movie was spot on. It's a pretty dark book.
Mar 16, 2010 by Sylo | See all 3 posts
|This Blu will only be $19.99 at Target!||
Considering that you can't even complete your thought as a complete sentence, I'm assuming this picture simply wasn't tailor made to please you. For many people, myself included, this was one of the most amazing film experiences I've had as an adult and easily my favorite film of 2009 (and no, I... Read More
Mar 6, 2010 by J. Allen | See all 11 posts