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The Lorax Movie Will Speak for the Trees

The Dr. Seuss classic gets the animated 3D treatment next March. Will it measure up?

by Patrick C. Dalton
June 21, 2011

The Lorax Movie Will Speak for the Trees
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The Lorax Movie Will Speak for the Trees
The Dr. Seuss classic gets the animated 3D treatment next March. Will it measure up?
by Patrick C. Dalton
June 21, 2011
Against Black-and-White Movies (Not Black and White Movies)
Most movies are too simplistic; 'Michael Clayton' and 'In the Valley of Elah' are exceptions.
by James Leroy Wilson
March 6, 2008
Film Review: Rats & Bullies
New documentary explores the suicide of a teenage girl.
by Bernard G. Mayer
June 21, 2004
The Insurance Company that Killed Don Quixote
Terry Gilliam’s doomed film documented by 'Lost in La Mancha'
by S.E. Shepherd
February 20, 2004
The Con Is On (Again)
Comparing the classic caper movies with their modern remakes.
by S.E. Shepherd
December 6, 2003
Movies Main Counter
by None
August 26, 2003
Musical Revival Needs More Than Just... Revival
The old song and dance could use a new tune.
by Mark D. Johnson
April 4, 2003
Film Faves
by Various
January 19, 2003
Bond vs. Cage
Does the Masterspy have to worry about a young upstart?
by S.E. Shepherd
October 3, 2002
Black Hawk Down (Extended Review)
Ridley Scott's intense and effective war film.
by Jonathan Wilson
January 19, 2002
An Introduction to Anime
The appeal of Japanimation.
by S.E. Shepherd
November 2, 2001
Bridget Jones: A Dose of Reality
Hollywood's weight problem.
by S.E. Shepherd
May 9, 2001
Pictures in Contrast
A look at two World War II movies and the American perspective of war.
by Jonathan Wilson
April 12, 2001
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