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Kid_A

1. Posted:

I do hope I'm not the only one totally pumped for this movie!

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It does seem like a good movie from what I've seen in the trailer. :) And it's based off a child's book; is the child's book good?

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it looks pretty feel good and lighthearted. i want to see it as well as my friend but my sister hates it

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You're not. Judging from previews, it's visionary.

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I loved the book. It's my second favourite childrens book of all time.

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The book is awsome.
I cans till remember it after years of not reading it. And mind you, its a picture book.

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7. Posted:

StarBoy91 wrote:

It does seem like a good movie from what I've seen in the trailer. :) And it's based off a child's book; is the child's book good?

That was a joke, right? It's one of the most beloved children's books of all time!

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Odnetnin

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Inside all of us is...a wild thing!

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Brer

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uuugh. I'm sorry.. I loved the book when I was little (And still do!). But I feel like, from seeing the trailer, that they sort of ruined the book. IMO it just seems like they made the monsters look a little.......Stupid to put it bluntly.

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I cannot effin wait. @brer the monsters look just like they did in the book dude? what did you expect haha

I had to write a 5 page analytical paper on Max from WTWTA for my english class, and loved this book as a kid. I feel so attached to it lol.

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Kid_A

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The paper gave it 5/5 stars today in their review! And they NEVER give movies perfect scores. I'm seeing it this evening! Can't wait!

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FATEM wrote:

I loved the book. It's my second favourite childrens book of all time.

What's your first? I think mine is The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein

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Saw the movie last night. Its hard to describe my feelings for the film, but its definately worth seeing (bring a friend or your special someone.)

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One of the best movies I've ever seen. See it at all costs!

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I agree. It is now my favourite movie. Always, with book to movie translations, something is left behind along the way. WTWTA is the first movie to take the book and its plot, and put in MORE than what was there, losing nothing and gaining everything. It's as if the book was just a small look at the world and the movie comes along and says, "Oh, and this happened too, let me show you..."

Where The Wild Things Are is a work of art, shall go down in history as every bit a classic as the book, and will forever show what a book to a movie can accomplish.

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Popyman wrote:

I agree. It is now my favourite movie. Always, with book to movie translations, something is left behind along the way. WTWTA is the first movie to take the book and its plot, and put in MORE than what was there, losing nothing and gaining everything. It's as if the book was just a small look at the world and the movie comes along and says, "Oh, and this happened too, let me show you..."

Where The Wild Things Are is a work of art, shall go down in history as every bit a classic as the book, and will forever show what a book to a movie can accomplish.

pretty easy to add to this when the book is like super super short.

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@Popyman

Much agreed. As cliche as this sounds, it's an instant classic.

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@advance_melee: No it isn't. They had to nail what the book is, what it represents, and then around that create everything else.

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19. Posted:

i never really liked the book so ill just rent it when i comes on DVD

and all i think about when i hear the title is the Land of the Wild Feast from the Simpsons.
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ryanknight717 wrote:

i never really liked the book so ill just rent it when i comes on DVD

and all i think about when i hear the title is the Land of the Wild Feast from the Simpsons.
THATS BULLS@*^ MAN!

I'm pretty sure the book came out long before Matt Groening was even born.

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