Max Records


Filmmaker David Gordon Green continues his strange journey through ’80s cinematic iterations with The Sitter, which resurrects the babysitting comedy form most famously portrayed in the minor classic Adventures in Babysitting. And if it’s still not entirely clear why the once-respected indie auteur has devoted such energy to painstakingly mainstream work, at least The Sitter is a tolerably mediocre trifle, not an abomination on par with Your Highness, Green’s other comedy from earlier this year. Jonah Hill, sporting his since-shed heft for the final time, stars as aimless college dropout Noah Griffith. Convoluted circumstances find him at the home of his mom’s friends the Pedullas, babysitting their three nightmare children. Eldest son Slater (Max Records) is a cauldron of anxieties, daughter Blithe (Landry Bender) is an aspiring celebutard, and the recently adopted Rodrigo (Kevin Hernandez) loves destroying things. When Noah’s manipulative love interest Marisa (Ari Graynor) promises sex in exchange for a cocaine delivery, he packs the kids in the minivan and a surreal road trip through Brooklyn begins.


The Best Short Films

Why Watch? Starring Max Records from Where The Wild Things Are, this effects-heavy, absolutely brilliant short features a young boy getting a robot helper that he hopes will help by fixing his family. Then, of course, it has no problem going on an adorable rampage with one hell of an ending. The kind of ending that makes you stand up and applaud even though you’re sitting alone at your computer. The people demand more Blinky. What Will It Cost? Just 13 lucky minutes of your time. Does it get better any better than that? Check out Blinky™ for yourself:



In Where the Wild Things Are, childhood logic is never illogical and to act as a child is not the same thing as being childish.



Where the Wild Things Are is beautiful, successful in its task, and moving. But you might not like it. It’s darker than it is whimsical, sadder than it is sweet.



Meet Max Records. His performance is the special center of Spike Jonze’s movie Where the Wild Things Are, the linchpin that brings it all together so wonderfully…



Kevin Carr takes a look at this week’s movie releases, including Where the Wild Things Are, Law Abiding Citizen and The Stepfather.



I loved Where The Wild Things Are. It’s a reminder that life as a kid is magical and difficult, so I’ve pinpointed seven reasons why I personally fell in love with this film.



Prepare to lose your geek minds and have your inner child take over, because this new Wild Things featurette will revert you back to 6-years old.

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