Nick Schager Reviews The Lorax

Dr. Seuss’s characters are so iconic and his stories’ messages are so clear and concise that they practically beg for cinematic treatment, even as their relative two-dimensionality and self-contained nature frustrate expansion into feature-length form. Consequently, even with a solid effort like Horton Hears a Who!, Seuss adaptations have a tendency to feel unnecessary, puffing up what was perfectly formed to begin with.

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