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Where The Wild Things Are Trailer

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It came out in 1963.

That doesn't mean that our parents heard about it, bought it and read it to us...

It was Dr Suess or nothing at that time...

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Pretty much the only book I remember from that era is "Are you my Mom?"

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kewl...I might pay to see it.

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I'd like to see how they make a story long enough to fit a movie out of this.

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Back in high school, I got o go to a seminar with the author. Twas interesting.

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Had to put this back up because the trailer gives me chills haha. Where the Wild Things Are, The Phantom Tollbooth and James and the Giant Peach were my top books growing up. Jonze is directing! Its perfect.

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The biggest problem this movie will have is living up to the expectations

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/41843

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Official trailer out. Lots more added. If you don't like long trailers because they show too much of the movie you may not want to watch.

http://wherethewildthingsare.warnerbros.com/

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Do I need to say how awesome this is gonna be??

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Well, most critics and fans are praising it to no end. However all agree it is somewhat dark, weird and just "different" from what most were expecting. And it is really not for young kids. I wanted to take my 5 year old to it until I heard that an early screening late last year scared a bunch of 12 year olds. They went back and re-worked a few things to try to make it less dark but it appears it still is.

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Well, most critics and fans are praising it to no end. However all agree it is somewhat dark, weird and just "different" from what most were expecting. And it is really not for young kids. I wanted to take my 5 year old to it until I heard that an early screening late last year scared a bunch of 12 year olds. They went back and re-worked a few things to try to make it less dark but it appears it still is.

http://www.aintitcool.com/node/42723

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People should of known this simply by the fact Spike Jonze was directing

he's incredible but very different

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