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Where The Wild Things Are

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Yearning for escape and adventure, Max runs away from home and sails to an island filled with creatures that take him in as their king.
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Examiner.com
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September 24, 2012

Jonze has created a world in which even "wild things" can be full of personality and fun to be around.
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March 05, 2014

Unnecessarily gloomy and emotionally convoluted, Spike Jonze and Dave Eggers' script for Where the Wild Things Are is a melancholy adaptation of the one-two punch that is the heavily illustrated, scantly written book by Maurice Sendak.
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October 16, 2009

Wild Things, you do not make my heart sing.
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Detroit News
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October 16, 2009

Intellectually interesting, visually arresting and filled with invention, there's just one crucial thing Where the Wild Things Are is missing: wildness.
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Bust Magazine
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October 05, 2016

It's gorgeous but slow in parts.
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Time Out
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December 11, 2009

'Where the Wild Things Are' stands out for its unusually potent evocation of the timbre of childhood imagining, with its combination of the outré and the banal, grand schemes jumbled up with delicate feelings and the urge to smash things up.
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TheMovieReport.com
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January 27, 2014

Does leave a lingering impression--but more due to the nagging feeling that it never quite connects than to Jonze actually meeting his grandiose thematic ambitions.
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Denver Post

October 16, 2009

Spike Jonze, we salute you.
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August 28, 2013

Spike Jonze adapted a book with less than 200 words into a 90-minute feature and it's simply wonderful.
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Washington Post

October 16, 2009

[Jonze has] achieved with the cinematic medium what Sendak did with words and pictures: He's grasped something true and terrifying about love at its most unconditional and voracious.
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Dallas Morning News

October 16, 2009

Director Spike Jonze gets that Max's subsequent journey to the far-off island of the wild things is nothing less than an odyssey into his mind.
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