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By kjhegeman
Written March 04, 2012
"Epic" That's what my 12 year old daughter had to say. The kids really loved it; I thought it was cute. The songs were very entertaining. The 3D effect was not worth the extra money though.
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By tattooedblonde76
Written March 04, 2012
What a great, great movie! I never really look forward to seeing a kids movie, but i have to say...this one is my favorite kids movie that i have seen in the last 8 years! Go see it!
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The Lorax

By gted
Written March 03, 2012
Written in 1971, the year of the first Earth Day, Dr. Seuss has a strong message about destroying the natural things on earth. The movie takes a bit longer to tell the story, but probably gets it message through to most kids over about 6 years of age. That is, by destroying the trees, other plants and streams, we create an artificial world with artificial values. Excellent graphics in 3D and faithful to the characters in the book. Expanded text, but not losing the theme, it flowed well. Contrary to Leonard Maltin's review on Reels channel on March 2, the 6-10 year olds around me in the movie were mesmerized and seemed to enjoy the movie. Perhaps Mr Maltin did not understand what would work for the youngsters. My second grade teacher-daughter, a Seuss fanatic, thought it told the story well. Dr. Seuss always had a moral or message in his stories, even the Cat in the Hat. I really think this is a must see for kids to understand the importance of sustainability for the future.
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Save your money

By Tracyiman
Written March 19, 2012
Save your money, nothing like "D.ME" was NOT worth the money my 6 & 7 yr olds were bored & ready to leave 1/2 way thru ...and they LOVE going to the movies! Very unhappy!
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Funny and quite entertaining

By Adriansyah
Written March 05, 2012
The funniest part of The Lorax are the animals (fish, bears, birds) and their antics. Others are just like other Dr. Seuss movies - complete with the environmental friendly message.
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