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Current Rating: 3.33

Current Rating: 3.33

based on 223 votes and 41 reviews

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  • 1 stars HORRIBLE!...... stupid movie stupid storyline i hated it the end was rediculuse and not very well thought out.
  • 3 stars Nothing Like The Book not a good film
  • 2 stars to boring
  • 5 stars GREAT MOVIE! I got a perfect name for it: a fantasy comedy-drama! Please let adults know that it's not a movie for kids; it's a movie about "psychology"! There is a lot of important lessons in the movie and it's a lot better than the book! Even adults will enjoy!
  • 1 stars Good to see a bad movie sometimes so you know what to compare to lol. Bad Bad Bad... However if I was 4 to 10 years old, I might have given it a 3 star
  • If you missed the plot in this movie, perhaps you should go back to reading 11 page stories. It is not a Walt Disney film. The plot is rich and complex--an epic expansion of the themes merely suggested in the original. But, these themes are explored primarily through metaphor, so if metaphor is not your forte, again, perhaps going back to a simpler version would be best. I give this movie two enthusiastic thumbs up.
  • Dark, imaginative, and inspiring--just the way a story about childhood monsters should be.
  • I can usually get into any kind of movie but this one was so boring.
  • Nice to look at, but that's about it. Perhaps creating a plot would have helped. Hopefully the next children’s book turned movie will embellish on the storyline a little bit more, and not just stick to the 12 lines of text it has to work with.
  • cool it was epic.................

Where the Wild Things Are

Genre:  Action/Adventure, Family
Running Time:  101 min.
Release Date: October 16, 2009
DVD: March 2, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.33
based on 223 votes and 41 reviews
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Cast: Max Records, Catherine Keener, Mark Ruffalo, Lauren Ambrose, Chris Cooper, James Gandolfini, Catherine O'Hara, Forest Whitaker, Paul Dano