It may not be the most “kiddie” movie aimed for kids, but from every direction I hear, Where the Wild Things Are is a movie that transcends in a major way. A film that will touch lives and reap dividends down the line for the young and old folks who see it.
For those who grew up in a void, it’s the Spike Zonze adaptation of Maurice Sendak’s seminal kid’s book, a film that the author is the biggest fan in the world of. That should sell you.
Max Records is the kid. Mark Ruffalo and Catherine Keener are the folks, and a bizarre and interesting cast of actors and voice performers surround them.
Dig the trailer here.
Yeah, you want to see this. If you live in one of the cities below you can see it on our dime (well the studio’s dime, but we’re the middle man and they’re our stamps and man hours… oh forget it).
Here’s how. Using one of the links below (preferably the one for your city) and including your MAILING address, send us a link to your social networking site (Twitter, MySpace, Facebook, BangBus) where you shared this screening with your friends. So, Tweet it or post a link on your Facebook/MySpace then grab the link and email it to us with your entry. Simple!
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