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The Lorax ~ A Review

It's here.

The Lorax.

Have you seen it yet?  I know it just came out yesterday but really, this a must see.

Such a cute movie!  Funny & educational for everyone, not just children.

First, I must say, the Lorax actually looks like Danny DeVito who does the voice. 
Come on, you know it.
Take a close look.
Ah, you see it too!

The producers definitely picked the right person to voice the Lorax.  His comedic timing is perfect for this character.

The message of the movie, or should I say Dr. Suess' message, is to care about your environment.  The film shows the effects of not caring and what "could possibly happen" if we reach a place in our environment like the Lorax did.  Scary.

Cheeks and I saw it in 3D. 
WoW!
Great effects.
Although, someone lost their glasses half way through the movie and I had to give up mine.
Watching 3D movies without the glasses does let one get a slight headache, I don't recommend it.

Tell me, what do you think about the movie?
Are you excited to see it?
The kids excited?

Let me know!

*I received two complimentary tickets to see the film.  All opinions are 100% mine*

Comments

Dan O. said…
When all is said and done, The Lorax has plenty of ups and downs when it comes to added plot and characters, but it's still a nice family feature nonetheless. However, the right-wing message may start to get a little preachy at times. Good review. Give mine a look when you get the chance.

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