Mary and Max chronicles Mary's trip from adolescence to adulthood, and Max's passage from middle to old age and explores a "bond that survives much more than the average friendship's ups-and-downs. Both hilarious and poignant Mary and Max is a journey that explores friendship, autism, taxidermy, psychiatry, alcoholism, where babies come from, obesity, kleptomania, sexual differences, trust, copulating dogs, religious differences, agoraphobia and many more of life's surprises.
Everything But The Kitchen sink
- Mary and Max review by D C
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Its hard to gush about animation cartoons what ever you call the genre and its previously been underated but wallace and gromit are terrific adventures but this is a a cut above a fantastic storey of ordinaryness and like the other review it pulled the viewer in every way in the arty farty world they call it pathos.
A must see for any ordinary person or peeps a true classic of our time and derserves more awards.
Im just off to test the adults tea as it needs constant testing :o) where did I leave those fish fingers!
this film was amazing.it was both hilarious and had a sad and emotional story. i love the way that there was no dialogue and the only speech was the narrator and the voices of Mary and max reading out the letters to each other. i also love the fact that they were so close though they had never met and this film had such a beautiful ending though i wanted it to carry on . i might have cried at the end if i was that sort of person.i defiantly recommend this film for you to see.