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By Nick120
Written May 26, 2017
This was such a good movie! There was a message that was easy to understand and it was extremely funny! Totally family friendly and another great way to honor the great Dr. Seuss! It is must see for everyone, no matter how old you are!
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An updated classic stays true to its roots

By lauragonzo
Written March 05, 2012
My 8 y/o son and I have been looking forward to this movie and were not disappointed. I'm usually wary of reworked classics, but the Lorax was well done. Of course, the message is more relevant than ever. This movie stays true to Seuss' wonderful weirdness and Rube Goldberg-esque contraptions. Betty White was as delightful as I had hoped and Taylor Swift was great, but the real surprise was Zac Efron. I'm not a fan,but he really delivered -Ted was a great character. The villain, Mr. O'Hare, was a bit flat. Rob Riggle does a fine job with the voice, but the character could have been juicier. Maybe it was his striking resemblance to Incredible's captivating and campy Edna Mode that made me want more. The musical number in which the Once-Ler morphs into a corporate robber baron is bitingly incisive, and you can hear him voicing justifications you'd hear in any Wall Street board room. If this movie doens't make you want to go plant a truffula tree, you're a grinch!
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The Lorax

By mobetterlatte
Written March 04, 2012
Expected it to be like Dr Suess....almost resembled a musical which wasn't pleasant. I went with 5 other adults and 2 children. All the adults agreed it didn't rate although the kids liked it. Look at the NY Times review before more in touch than other reviews.
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By ralexandroruiz
Written June 19, 2013
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Really liked my experience watching the Lorax

By mrhigg1967
Written March 04, 2012
I enjoyed seeing the audience of kids freely expressing their connection with the characters. No cringing in fear, no dark overtones I didn't expect the story to be the same as the book, it almost couldn't be, so I was please to hear some of the original rhyming patterns and vocabulary used. Betty White's Grandma was a hilarious addition to the story!
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