Most children’s films do not belong to children. Usually, children’s films contain how children are in the eyes of adults, or how children should be according to adults. But Where The Wild Things Are is a children’s film.
This film is an adaptation of the 1963 book Where The Wild Things Are, by Maurice Sendak. This picture-dominated book is one of the children’s favorite books in English-speaking countries. The version of the book is actually very simple, about a boy named Max who was stopped by his mother for being naughty. Max was annoyed at his mother, so he created his own world in his room. With his imagination, he began to grow forests and even make oceans. He wanders in that imaginary world and meets terrifying big monsters.
In the film version, directed by Spike Jonze, the story is slightly elaborated. Even so, it doesn’t change the core of the story at all, and might even strengthen it. It seems that Jonze’s experience working on two Jackass films made him quite good at working on wild themes. He just imagined the sprouts version of Johnny Knoxville’s humor and he got the spirit of Rumpus aka Riweuh aka Blingsatand Max and the monster people.
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