Saturday, October 17, 2009

boxes + wild things

We finished moving yesterday. I've had a perfect quiet afternoon unpacking and attempting to get organized. Hopefully things will get somewhat back to normal soon!
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Husband and I couldn't resist dragging our sore selves down the street for a few cocktails and to see Where the Wild Things Are. Definitely a childhood favorite for both of us.

I can't even describe how beautiful and well done the movie is. Definitely lived up to the months of hype and gorgeous teaser images. Highly recommend it!

9 comments:

Fee said...

As I live in the UK I have to wait to see it still!!

I'm excited to see it now after hearing a good review... the trailer for it looks amazing as does the music in it.

Fee x

Dustjacket Attic said...

Oh good to hear, was waiting for some reviews.

Your comment made me laugh, post away darling.

Hope the move went well and you are fully recovered :o
xoxo

Sara said...

yay for successful moving!! I'll definitely go see that film soon!

Renee Stephens said...

moving is the worst! Good for you both for taking some time to relax.

I'm dying to see the movie...I have a 4 year old, do you think it's too intense for that age? I've heard mixed reviews.

Clorivak said...

Yay...I think I might go tonight!

Well ya moved...crazy!! Its so new and exiting. It take awhile to get settled but don't rush it...enjoy it.
i'm still not where I want to be yet.
How did Grace do???

haha..its funny the word ver is messes...that is definitely the shape of things when you're moving. :)

Aubrey said...

We went to see the movie this afternoon. It definitely lived up to the hype. So so good.

Cinnamon said...

I can't wait to see this, I actually just wrote a blog about this.

I'd love to hear your thoughts.

http://thebusiestbee.blogspot.com/

kim said...

Can I tell you that although I adored the cinematography, soundtrack and overall beauty of this movie, I was so disappointed in the actual dialogue? I just felt like it jumped everywhere and at times made absolutley no sense. I mean, I guess I should've expected that considering the actual book is only like, 8 sentences long. But still, I was just surprised with how empty it felt at times. You can kill me now.

thereddeer said...

Yay - I can't wait to see it!