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Where The Wild Things Are

Where The Wild Things Are
Where The Wild Things Are

Year

2009

Duration

99 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Nine year-old Max, who spends his days dressed as a wolf, gets tired of his boring home life and runs away, sailing across the ocean, eventually meeting a makeshift family of gigantic, fuzzy monsters. After declaring himself king of this new realm, Max soon discovers that being a leader isn’t as easy or carefree as it may seem. As he explores this fantasy world, Max must make the choice between the excitement of his kingdom or the comfort of home. This fantastical live-action version of the much-loved children’s book is a unique and visually stunning look at childhood, maturity and friendship.

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Contains mild threat and brief violence.

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