Where the Wild Things Are

Continuity mistake: When Max is going to get K.W. just prior to the Dirt Clod War, his hood is down. When he returns to Carol and Douglas, (just prior to being hit with a dirt clod) his hood is up.

Continuity mistake: The first morning, when Carol is introducing the creatures to Max, look at Carol's nose and its diagonal scratches. The scene is mirrored from time to time.

Continuity mistake: After Max runs away from home, just before he jumps onto the boat, he slides through the dirt and even a big bunch of dirt can be settled on his right shoulder. When he jumps on the boat, less than a second afterwards, the pajama is spotless.

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Carol: It's going to be a place where only the things you want to happen, would happen.
Max: We could totally build a place like that!

Max: Did you make this?
Carol: Yeah, yeah.
Max: It's very good.
Carol: We were gonna make a whole world like this. Now, everyone used to come here, but you know... You know what it feels like when all your teeth are falling out really slowly and you don't realize and then you notice that, well, they're really far apart. And then one day... You don't have any teeth anymore.
Max: Yeah.
Carol: Well it was like that.

Carol: I didn't want to wake you up, but I really wanted to show you something.

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Question: Can some one explain a couple things about this movie for me? I was confused to if the events really happen or are they just in the kids mind? Also, how long is he gone for because it seems it should be days because of what happens, but when he gets home it seems only hours have passed.

Awesomo

Chosen answer: In the book it was just his imagination; he was gone for years in his mind but only a an hour or so in real life. It is presumably the same basic idea in the movie.

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