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Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who (movie)

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  • The Biblioracle: Favorite fictional places

    The Biblioracle: Favorite fictional places
    When I was young, whenever I'd go into a new house, I'd pretend I needed to go to the bathroom, and instead go searching for a wardrobe that might take me to Narnia.
  • 'The Lorax' gets the look right, but Dr. Seuss book's heart gets short shrift ✭✭

    'The Lorax' gets the look right, but Dr. Seuss book's heart gets short shrift ✭✭
    The new animated feature "The Lorax,"known in its entirety as "Dr. Seuss' The Lorax" to keep it straight from "John Grisham's The Lorax," does a few smaller things right but the bigger things not quite. I've come to fear these movies. I love Seuss so...

    'The Lorax' review: Funny, colorful adaptation keeps the juice in Seuss

    'The Lorax' review: Funny, colorful adaptation keeps the juice in Seuss
    *** (out of four) Nice and easily enjoyable for kids and ex-kids, “The Lorax” promotes the importance of caring about something other than yourself or gifts. Considering the latter frequently feels like the target of most children’s...

    'Peanuts' movie coming in 2015

    'Peanuts' movie coming in 2015
    Good grief? Coinciding with the comic strip's 65th anniversary, Charles Schulz's "Peanuts" gang--that's Snoopy, Charlie Brown, Lucy and the rest, if your memory needs a reboot--will hit the big screens Nov. 25, 2015, a press release announced this...

    Akiva Goldsman on 'Lobo,' 'Jonah Hex' and the new 'Swamp Thing'

     
    The Oscar-winning screenwriter tries to shake off the bad memories (especially "Batman & Robin") as he joins the "Fringe" team and guide four DC Comics properties to the screen.