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The Lorax

The Lorax (2012)

Rated PG 86 min - Animation Family
A 12-year-old boy searches for the one thing that will enable him to win the affection of the girl of his dreams. To find it he must discover the story of the Lorax, the grumpy yet charming creature who fights to protect his world.

Directors: Chris Renaud

Cast: Danny DeVito, Ed Helms, Zac Efron, Taylor Swift, and Betty White

Release Date: March 1, 2012

502 Movie Reviews
  • angelo1040505
    angelo10405054 months55 popcorn
    Very funny movie
    • mummyramonatad
      mummyramonatad4 months55 popcorn
      An oldie, but a goodie, the Once-Ler is very, very funny! This film is a cinematic masterpiece with a soundtrack that could rival the likes of Shrek and Snow White and the 7 Dwarves.
      • pookpine
        pookpine4 months55 popcorn
        This movie is so good!
        • codiddy911
          codiddy9114 months55 popcorn
          I've watched it like 1oo times And I give it like 2 stars my bro did all the 5 stars ( ugh)
          • codiddy911
            codiddy9114 months55 popcorn
            I've watched it it's a GOOD MOVAE
            • myfroggystuff
              I want to watch it
              • kroc
                kroc4 months
                I want to watch it
              • techfashion0315
                techfashion031512 months55 popcorn
                I know this an oldie but this is still a classic. Zac Efron and Taylor Swift did a great job. I recommend this movie!
                • adroit_avimimus
                  adroit_avimimusabout 1 year44 popcorn
                  In the hierarchy of good-to-great kid movies, this would rank somewhere straight down the middle. It's a safe and easy kind of entertainment, and that's about it. It's hard to imagine children not enjoying the film. A storybook come to life. It works really well thanks to the keen visual eyes of Renaud and Balda. Enjoyed The Lorax very much. A bit of a slow start with an equally obtuse cheesy ending and ultimately it's the intersecting story of the beanpole and his desire to be successful, whilst being surrounded by all-too-cute animals, that keeps the eye on the ball. The outer narrative works, though only, as a gateway into the inner message which is...We need trees! Thoroughly well made!
                  • sweetcheese
                    sweetcheesealmost 2 years55 popcorn
                    Such an amazing movie! I think that Dr. Suess would be proud!! It was a plus that Taylor Swift was in it!
                    • codiddy911
                      codiddy9114 months55 popcorn
                      Wthell swift was in it?!?!?!?!?!?!? Guess I didnt pay MUCH attention to it? Hehehe