Movie Reviews of Movies I Haven’t Seen: Where the Wild Things Are
I have a dilemma. Can anyone remember what the heck happens in “Where the Wild Things Are?” I keep talking to people and they’re like “OMG I can’t wait best book ever reminds me of my youth yay!” and I’m like “Great, could you maybe go over some of the major plot points with me?” and they can’t.
Trying to find out what happens online is useless. Yahoo Answers has a ridiculous answer to the question “Where can I read WTWTA on the internet?” I’m all for intellectual property rights but as far as I can tell the book’s been around for 50million years, so I’m sure the author isn’t hungry. I’m also pretty sure that the number of people trying to read it online if there wasn’t a movie per year would be approx: 7.
Therefore I cannot review this movie until I read the book, and I can’t buy the book (it’s 10 sentences long for crap’s sake) because I’m an adult. However, I can’t see the movie until I read the book. (Stuff White People: Like the best source of actual information on this topic)
But more importantly, once a book has been made into a movie, a white person can no longer read that book. To have read the book after the movie is one of the great crimes in white culture, and under no circumstances should you ever admit to doing this. Literally dozens of white friendships have imploded when it was revealed that someone read Fight Club after 1999.
Well that explains this epic longing to read it… can someone please tell me what it’s about?