Summary: Okay a new DR. Seuss movie so let's go. the Lorax. okay this movie came out on march which I didn't get a chance to see it but now I have seen it today so let's go.the movie had one of the best animated effects of the year so far and that's it.
Summary: This may possibly be my favorite animated movie from the famous Dr. Seuss. It has the usual witty rhymes and it has one actor I really like, Eddie Albert, already in his sixties when this was made, and prolific voice actor who does a good job here in portraying the Lorax as well as his antagonist, The Once-ler. Also, it's a topic that appeals to me more than for example the one in the Grinch.
Summary: A mess! Not the worst animated film I've watched, but it's a bit harsh in the delivery of its message; it's also annoying at times. I probably liked the opening musical number way more than I should have though.
Summary: Kind of misses the mark on what is great about the original story. The 'modern' inclusions for kids just come off as dumbed down plot devices. Still, it has it's enjoyable moments. And I think DeVito is excellent as the Lorax.
Summary: I agree with some other reviewers who say this is geared more towards kids than adults. Considering the source material, it turned out pretty good. The animation was crisp, the story and characters were okay (Danny DeVito was particularly well cast) and it was a fun, if a bit underwhelming, animated feature.
Summary: Cute and surreal, of course, with a message as timely as it could be. The voices are good and the songs - well, they sound more like game show themes than anything else, but they are endearing in their own anachronistic, groovy way. I appreciated the Once-lers vacillating viewpoint; he wasn't just a monster, he was torn between good and bad.