Run to get a copy of Mary & Max. Don’t think about it. Don’t hesitate. Eat the popcorn at work and spend dinner money on the DVD.
The story. The design. The animation. The music. And it’s really funny too. I’m a gigantic Adam Elliot fan after seeing Harvey Krumpet, but this one goes to an even higher level. This story of loneliness and friendship shared based on the most thin level of interaction leaves you wondering how it could have been accomplished with clay.
We’ve all stood in line much longer for much less.