Today I am going to do a movie review of Dr. Seuss' The Lorax. This movie stars Danny DeVito as the Lorax, who is guardian of the forest who speaks for the trees. Personally, I think the trees would have been better off if they had learned to speak for themselves like the trees in The Lord of the Rings. However, these trees kept quiet while they were being cut down. Perhaps a well timed, don't cut me down, might have scared off the lumberjacks who destroyed them. Anyway, this movie is about a time when all the trees are gone, and everyone lives in a town where everything is "artificial" which means they must have filmed it in Las Vegas, Nevada. It was a good movie particularly when it is hard to turn a Dr. Seuss book into a regular length movie because his books are meant for children, and therefore are not lengthy. However, the message of the book is good. If all the trees were gone, what would us dogs have to water? I can't spoil the ending so you will just have to watch the movie if you want to know how it ended.
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