Where the Wild Things Are

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If we’ve heard it once, we’ve heard it a thousand times: you’re not on the internet to read. Which is why we need you to go see Where the Wild Things Are, then come back here and review it for us…

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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.

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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…

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This weekend we look forward to the much-anticipated Where the Wild Things Are, based on the best-selling children’s book. Also rolling out is The Stepfather and Law Abiding Citizen, plus we have a Paranormal Activity update as well.

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

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Neil and Kevin go Where the Wild Things Are and take a look at Law Abiding Citizen and The Stepfather.

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Attention, New York Rejects! In anticipation of this weekend’s release of Where The Wild Things Are, the Museum of Modern Art in New York has created the first ever retrospective of Spike Jonze’s work. Spike Jonze: The First 80 Years.

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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.

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Things you should do today: enter our epic Where the Wild Things Are giveaway.

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Starbucks and Warner Bros. have released a brand new behind the scenes featurette for Where the Wild Things Are, this time showing us how the soundtrack came together.

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This morning while recording the latest episode of Fat Guys at the Movies, I was alerted by my colleague Kevin Carr of a video — a video of the internet variety…

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The marketing campaign for Where the Wild Things Are continues its hot steak of creating beautiful ads that get our hopes up for a fantastic film.

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This week’s Culture Warrior explains why puppet Yoda is far superior to digital Yoda.

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It’s difficult to find the right music for any movie. Where the Wild Things Are is no different.

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Warner Bros. has released the second — and much longer — trailer for Spike Jonze’s upcoming children’s book adaptation Where the Wild Things Are, and without a doubt it is one of the best trailers of 2009.

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The San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone. And while it might be over, for some of Hollywood’s latest gems, it is only the beginning. We’ve scanned the web to bring you the definitive list of the 7 most buzzed about films from this year’s Con.

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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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In a presentation today preceding Comic-Con, Warner Bros. Pictures and IMAX Corporation announced that Where the Wild Things Are will be released to both IMAX and conventional theaters.

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In order to help you keep all of the movie-related stuff straight, we’ve put together a list of the 13 must see movie-related events of Comic-Con 2009. So get out your pencil and your day calendar (the one with the kittens on it) and write down the following events.

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While the official Comic-Con ’09 schedule of events won’t be online until next week, we have been receiving a stream of emails from studio contacts and other back-alley scoopers, all telling us what we should be seeing when we’re cramming into the world famous Hall H.

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