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Let the wild rumpus start! Inspired by Maurice Sendak's beloved picture book, this live-action movie follows the adventures of Max---a mischievous boy who is sent to his room after rebelling against his mother. Setting sail for a land inhabited by fuzzy monsters, will he find the carefree existence he's looking for? Dove approved (12+). Rated PG. Approx. 101 minutes.
- Series of "Where the Wild Things Are" Shorts by Lance Bangs
- English, French, and Spanish Audio
- English, French, and Spanish Subtitles
Vendor: Warner Home Video
Where the Wild Things AreNew Video Group Inc / DVD$6.26 Retail:
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George HamptonAge: 35-44Gender: female5 Stars Out Of 5Got our Kids off the CouchJanuary 18, 2014George HamptonAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 5Meets Expectations: 4This movie got our couch potato kids off the couch, climbing the walls, and acting out scenes from the beginning of this film. Instead of staring at video games and being immobile, it's nice to see them act like normal kids for once.
Kelli1 Stars Out Of 5Violent, do not buy this movie.June 21, 2012KelliMeets Expectations: 1I was so appalled by this video that I am writing this review. I pre-viewed it before letting my granddaughter watch it and I'm so glad I did. I watched it for about fifteen minutes expecting it to get better. When it didn't, I quit watching. It is full of yelling and violent behavior that little ones pick up on quickly. I like Maurice Sendak's books, so I had high hopes for this movie. In no way, shape or form, would I recommend this movie to anyone. Maybe it gets better in the end but by then, the kids won't care. They'll be climbing the walls and acting out what they just saw. Do you really want that for your children?