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My kids LOVED IT

By mrs.rr_riley
Written March 04, 2012
My kids loved this movie, even my 15 year old enjoyed it. I loved the humor but could have done without some of the singing portions. But overall an entertaining movie.
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political agenda movie, don't waste your money on this

By susanbonnewell
Written March 04, 2012
This movie was purely a political agenda movie on anti capitalism, corporate greed, and the notion of too big to fail..all wrapped up in the primary colors designed to be attractive to children. my children neither laughed nor cried one time and did not understand the real meaning of the movie..it did however spark some conversation..mostly with myself..on corporate greed. my children 8, and 9 ended the trip telling me they felt cheated by what they thought would be great fun watching a dr suess movie...ha..not today! DEFINITELY A BIG THUMBS DOWN!
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Fandago tickets not available at kiosk

By ekelkerpar72
Written March 19, 2012
Save your $3.75 b/c it is a waste of $. I went to the kiosk & there was no record of tickets. I had to go to the ticket booth to get our tickets. Our 5 year old had fun at her first movie; it was a fun movie for little kids.
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the magic of Seuss comes to life on screen

By anjanette.leonard
Written March 03, 2012
Even if you are not a fan of Dr. Seuss, I think you will love the Lorax. The characters are adorable and the additions to the story help it flow on screen. The only disappointment was it doesn't use the names for the species the Once-ler meets: the brown Bar-ba-loots, the Swome-swans, and humming fish. Despite that, each group was beautifully depicted and the color rich scenes make you feel like you are in the book. We loved this movie and plan to see it again as well as buy it once it is available on DVD. Kids or not, go see this movie!
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Great family entertainment

By dmurphy2012
Written March 03, 2012
This is a great movie for the whole family. It continues the story of the original Dr. Seuss cartoon and book -- but does not annoy you with 100+ minutes of poetry. I especially like the theme of conservation and taking care our world. Too ofthen, that message gets junked up with politics. Anything that can help my 3 and 4 year old understand that they need to clean up and take care of their world is alright by me. The Irony, after watching the once-ler throw down his trash -- my kids noticed all the popcorn and wrappers on the ground where we sat, and helped clean it up. At the end, all the little kids in the theater clapped, including my 3-year old daughter. This is a movie I would recommend to any parent.
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