What did you think?: Where the Wild Things Are, Law Abiding Citizen, The Stepfather (2009)


Now that you have seen Where the Wild Things Are, Law Abiding Citizen, and The Stepfather (2009), what did you think of them? Does Where the Wild Things Are bring the spirit of its namesake to the screen accurately? Is it the great children’s film it is being heralded as? Is Gerald Butler as bad ass in Law Abiding Citizen as he was in 300? Was Law Abiding Citizen a good action/ thriller? Did you feel sorry for Butler’s character? Was The Stepfather (2009) a good PG-13 horror movie, lol?! Were you surprised at the turn of events in The Stepfather (2009) after seeing its spoilerific trailer? Did Amber Heard give as good a performance in this film as she did in The Informers and All the Boys Love Mandy Lane? What are your thoughts? Leave them below.

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  • Where the wild things are was terrible! Not for kids. It was a bunch of depressed giant Muppets constantly threatening to eat a kid. Im sitting there in the movie theatre with my 10 & 12 year old looking around with about 100 other kids…..and all on the screen you have all these conflicting depressed angry muppets….that have adult problems of depression rejection love jealousy – – and the kids came to simply see a fun movie. One of them rips the arm off of another muppet then chases an 8 year old kid trying to eat him. Give me a break. This movie was more about the ego and id of some depressed California filmakers then about kids.

  • Wow. I thought the film would be fun filled and happy-go-lucky.

  • Watched Law Abiding Citizen yesterday. Not bad. Some slow moments held it back.

  • Watched Law Abiding Citizen yesterday. Not bad. Some slow moments held it back.

  • Oh man. I just saw Law Abiding Citizen last night and I must say, I was hooked! I laughed, I was mad, I jumped and I got sad. It was an excellent movie. I don't think he deserved to die, but he was one brilliantly sick man. I must say I did feel his pain, that intro into the movie was strong. I was angry and on Gerard's side throught the whole movie. Such a great film, I haven't seen great films like that in a long time.

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