were the wild things are

Hello all, i have recently watched the movie were the wild things  are, you all probally have read the book but the movie is alot more intense. I nearly cried at the end, and did cry when I thought about it again today. If you want me to tell you more about the end comment on this and i will tell you!!

8 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by shawn on November 27, 2010 at 4:35 am

    Hi Christopher,
    Sorry to hear the movie made you feel so sad. I didn’t see it … can you tell me a bit more about it?
    Love,
    Dad

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  2. well, the boy i think his name is max or somthing like that, well, he is pretending to be the king and thgese two wild things are mad at each other so he has an idea that they should all have a big dirt ball fightto have fun. they divide all the wild things into good side and bad side and stART.this one wild thing i think his name is carol is on the kings side and max tells him to hit this other person in the legs to knock him over and he does. then he tells him to hit him again and he did. ity turend out that the guy they hit was hurt when they hit him and he said it was nofare and quite then everyoe was mad at each other and start fighting. after the fight carol gets really mad at max and starts to chase him. then he is going to eat him when he catches him. carol calms down but max is going to leave and he leaves befote carol and him are friends again.

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  3. Posted by jacquee on March 10, 2011 at 5:55 am

    Hi Crowshire Sounds like a sad outcome of this event. So sorry. I just watched a movie called ‘the emerald forest’, (I get them from the library each week). It’s about a tribe that lives in the old ways deep in the amazon forest. The western people have come to build a dam & a man’s son is taken by these invisible people into their tribe. The father searches for him for 10 years & finally finds him but the dam has altered the tribes landscape and in the end the father blows up the dam, restoring the river. I was amazed to watch the old traditions of an ancient tribe hidden in the forests of the ‘new world’, which we continue to cut down. There are so many places & people on the earth that need protecting. The earth is our mother & life upon her are our brothers & sisters. This is a family that needs to look after each other. may peace come Jacquee

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  4. Posted by crowshire on March 11, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    It was a sad outcome.
    It sounds as though the film you watched was also sad, but also good. I have a book thats simmilar to that, it’s called the dragon and the unicorn, if you want I can lend it to you.

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  5. Posted by jacquee on March 13, 2011 at 8:46 am

    That would be great! I’ll see you next week. Thanks for leaving your door open for me to clean. peace Jacquee

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  6. Posted by crowshire on March 13, 2011 at 7:59 pm

    Sound good!

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  7. Posted by Emerson Sanford on April 12, 2011 at 11:46 pm

    Great website, Christopher. Keep up the good work. Your comments on voting are very appropriate as tonight is the leaders debate which may set the course of the campaign for the remainder of the pre-election period. Looking forward to seeing you sometime in May if we can manage it.

    Love, Dampa

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  8. Thanks Dampa! I can’t wait to see you in May either!

    Crowshire

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