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Jennifer Ng has seen it over 3 years ago #
Childhood tantrums. Is this something I wanted to see onscreen? I am not quite sure. There was a critic that said this was an adult look at how childhood is like. But as adults, we look at this...we sense the frustration, the complexity that we now see as simplicity, the struggle...in some way, yes it's the truth of how we were like as children. But onscreen, it draws out the discomfort of childhood. Did all we want was someone to say...it's ok, it'll be alright. Visually stunning and magical. As a kid, I found the books eerie...I didn't like reading it, because it suggested a world without structure and...scary monsters. As a kid, I would rather float up to clouds—quiet and peaceful—empty without the wild things.
Note: I did fall asleep at certain points during the movie. The movie was probably better suited as a short film, than a feature-length film. Even at the 90-something minutes, it runs long for a book that barely had more than a paragraph of words.
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