Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
If I ran the circus, the gang that made the sturdy, witty, inventively animated Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! would get first dibs on any future movie productions of the Theodor Seuss Geisel canon. Read full review
Finally! For the first time, Hollywood has made a whimsical, witty, feature-length version of Dr. Seuss that's neither overblown nor smutty nor emotionally hollow. Read full review
The look of the story is an undeniable treat, and the message it weaves is both funny and sweet. Horton Hears a Who! is razzle-dazzling and artful, and it builds on Seuss' words by the clever cart-full. Read full review
A delight, brimming with colorful, elastic characters and bountiful wit. Read full review
For its intended audience, Horton's agenda is overt: Listen, be a friend, and most important - have fun! Read full review
Listen closely: It's the sound of a million Who fans cheering. Read full review
Horton Hears a Who wisely preserves most of Seuss' verse in voiceover narration, but the main dialogue, while it doesn't rhyme, preserves the author's humanistic humor and whimsy. Read full review
Frequently charming, beautifully drawn and far more faithful in spirit to the source material than those dreadful Ron Howard-Brian Grazer productions. Read full review
It's a tough balancing act and probably a futile one. As greedily as Hollywood looks upon these books as a franchise to strip-mine, the hard fact remains that what's good about them - Ted Geisel's untrendy gentleness, humor, and intelligence - resists translation to the big screen. Read full review
Endearing, though sometimes belabored. Read full review
the animation is perfect.
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