Where the Wild Things Are: The IMAX Experience Synopsis
A mischievous boy (Max Records) enters a magical land and becomes King of All Wild Things.

Movie Reviews


By GreysChel
Good costumes etc, but the script was hard to follow and the 'lesson' at the end was too obscured for children to capture....

Where The Wild Things Are

By MerchantBeast
"To make a movie about what it feels like to be 9 years old -- that was my simple intention," says Spike Jonze, whose edgy riff on Maurice Sendak's classic children's book, Where the Wild Things Are...

Must see in IMAX

By jubileenz
great movie for people who have read the book....

These Boys know Boys

By jessieviolet
One of the screenwriters, Dave Eggars, became famous years ago for penning the fantastic true story "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius". When his parents both died within months of each other...

An amazing movie for the mind

By funkypoetz
Where the wild things are was just plain fun, if you're going to go see it make sure you have an open mind and let you imagination run as wild as Max's...

Where the Wild Things Are

By annamaeowl
Wonderfully done. Darker than the book and suited for adults. The young boy sorted out his problems by trying to solve those of the "Wild Things". The visuals were beautiful, and the...


By demodave
I took my grandson to see this movie...I loved it. My grandson? He was riveted to his seat. No bathroom breaks, no talking, just absorbing a really great movie experience....

Five Word Review

By batman1409
Ethereal poignant beautiful frightening gentle...

Where the Wild things are

By paige_launter
I have not yet seen this movie. I am seeing it sometimes soon and was looking at reviews. However, I really wanted to see it until I read one certian review. (Not exactly sure what it said but...)...

Not an "IMAX Experience"

By davebonds
The movie itself was excellent, but I feel I got ripped off. They should not be selling this as an IMAX Experience, because the entire movie was letterboxed, with huge black bars across the top and...

More Info

Rated PG | For mild thematic elements, some adventure action and brief language.
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says OK for kids 9+ Sometimes-dark adaptation focuses on friendship, loneliness.
Read the Common Sense Media Review