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Horton Hears a WhoHorton the Elephant discovers the tiny city of Who-ville and its residents, the Whos, which he can hear but cannot see. However, he must struggle to protect the microscopic community from his neighbors who refuse to believe it exists.Keywords:
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Directors of "Horton Hears a Who"Jimmy HaywardSteve MartinoBirthdate: 1959, Dayton, Ohio, USA
Creators of "Horton Hears a Who"Ken DaurioCinco PaulBirthdate: 5 May 1964, Phoenix, Arizona, USA
Critic Reviews of "Horton Hears a Who"Ebert & RoeperMarch 17, 2008
The animation's ok. I didn't like Jim Carrey. I thought he was a distraction.Los Angeles TimesMarch 14, 2008
The sad thing is that this Horton doesn't stick by its central message -- that every voice counts -- the way Horton sticks to the Whos. It pretends to, but the sincerity is just too scary to commit to fully.New York Daily NewsMarch 14, 2008
The team behind Ice Age capture the Seussian visuals without squishing emotions or squelching the sing-songy language. Listen closely: It's the sound of a million Who fans cheering.New York PostMarch 14, 2008
Frequently charming, beautifully drawn and far more faithful in spirit to the source material than those dreadful Ron Howard-Brian Grazer productions.Newark Star-LedgerMarch 14, 2008
And a motto moguls should take some time learning, if they'd like their movies to finally be earning, for it's not the cash that makes a prize of the art, but the warmth of the tale, and the size of the heart.Orlando SentinelMarch 14, 2008
This new Horton 'toon may be state of the art. But it's great virtue isn't the 3-D animation. It's the good Doctor, whose writing about Whos never goes out of style.Times-PicayuneOctober 09, 2009
Hollywood has finally found the key to bringing a Seuss story satisfactorily to life.CinePassionAugust 27, 2009
A frequently beguiling fantasy packed with ticklish sights and vocalsMovie ViewsDecember 23, 2008
Horton started as a book, less that 40 pages long. To make it a feature seems just a little bit wrong. The magic of Seuss isn't quite there. It's got the look but it's missing some flair.Apollo GuideDecember 12, 2008
Taking on Seuss has proven a challenge for Hollywood, but a nice balance has been struck here between authenticity and new ideas. This one's a winner.What Would Toto Watch?December 10, 2008
Horton Hears a Who! -- Dr. Seuss' imagination never goes out of style.DVD ReviewDecember 10, 2008
What is most remarkable about this film is the fidelity it retains to Seuss' work and intentions.
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