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1. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 22:36 BST
When I was a child, Where the Wild Things Are was hands down my favorite book. With the new movie coming, out I can't help but feel a bit saddened about tarnishing a childhood memory.
What's your thoughts? Destined to be a classic or another example of Hollywood raping our memories?
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2. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 22:41 BST
What exactly happens in the book anyway? I know I knew about the book growing up, but I can't seem to remember ever actually reading it.
3. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 22:42 BST
It seems to be a labour of love and Spike Jonze is directing so im not worried at all.
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4. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 22:48 BST
The book has Max going to bed without supper, and traveling with his imagination to the Land of the Wild Things. The book actually has very little text and is really told through the fantastic illustrations, which is why I have so many concerns regarding the film.
5. Posted: Fri 31st Jul 2009 22:53 BST
You know there's a trailer out now, right?
Edited on Fri 31st July, 2009 @ 22:53 by TwilightV
6. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 18:33 BST
I don't know about this one...I loved the book as a kid, but it's shorter than the How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I don't know how they can make a movie out of this.
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7. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 18:34 BST
i heard that movie was originally pg-13 because it was scary, but they decided kids would watch it, so they toned it down
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8. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 18:39 BST
I was confused, don't remember ever reading the book so I probably didn't, and they didn't tell you anything about the movie really.
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9. Posted: Sun 2nd Aug 2009 18:50 BST
When I was a child, Where the Wild Things Are was hands down my favorite book. With the new movie coming, out I can't help but feel a bit saddened about tarnishing a childhood memory.What's your thoughts? Destined to be a classic or another example of Hollywood raping our memories?
I hae a feeling it's going to be the latter. I'm really getting tired of Hollywood butchering our childhoods to make a quick buck.
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10. Posted: Mon 3rd Aug 2009 00:24 BST
It looks interesting.
I just read that book to my baby bro the other day.
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