Obviously, a children’s book as short as Maurice Sendak’s award-winning Where the Wild Things Are requires a great deal of fleshing out in order to exist as a full-length movie. Luckily, director and co-screenwriter Spike Jonze makes the movie his own by expanding the book’s universal themes about a boy learning to work through feelings of anger, sadness,...read more
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