Review: In ‘Yes Day,’ kids get their way for 24 hours

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Like an innocuous kid version of “The Purge,” Miguel Arteta’s “Yes Day” imagines an annual 24-hour holiday of lawlessness.

The concept comes from Amy Krouse Rosenthal’s 2009 picture book, which suggested a day when parents – regularly such fonts of “No!” – have to answer in the positive to their …