Horton Hears a Who!

2008

Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

223
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 79%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 73%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 116342

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Cast

Ariel Winter as Additional Voices
Selena Gomez as Helga
Seth Rogen as Morton
Jim Carrey as Horton
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646.76 MB
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23.976 fps
1hr 26 min
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1hr 26 min
P/S 5 / 15

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by The Strict Movie Reviewer 4 / 10

(Rewrite) Horton Hears a Who: Meh!

Meh. It's not bad, but I think Blue Sky's can do better. I mean, for god sake's the whole movie is CGI! The movie is actually a reboot from the 1970 TV movie: Horton Hears a Who! The original book was made by Dr. Suess (idk how to spell his name.) But the 2008 reboot. Huh? The movie is about Horton, an elephant who finds a speck and believes that there is a small world is in the speck. But there is a kangaroo that implies otherwise. Despite her saying there is nothing in the speck, Horton ignores her and tries to find a safe place for the speck so it can be undisturbed. In the speck, there is a world called, WhoVille. To be honest, the movie is not bad! There is some adult jokes in it. 1: "Boob" is said multiple times. 2: Pee jokes. 3: Poop Jokes. But the most inappropriate joke in the movie was that when Horton Crosses a deadly bridge that he almost died in, he has a smile in his face as if its like nothing ever happened, saying: "Woo! that could've been a disaster!" Then while he's walking, his legs start to move up and down. Then suddenly, he starts to shake his butt in front of the screen, with a smirk on his face. WHY!!!??? THEY EVEN ADDED A SOUND EFFECT IN IT. WHILE HE SHAKES HIS BUTT, A SOUND WOBBLY COMES WHILE HIS BUTT IS SHAKING! (which sounds wrong) Then he says: "Wow! This feels very good! It's gonna be my new since of purpose." WHAT THE HECK!? WHAT WERE THEY THINKING!? Then suddenly he jumps closer to the screen TWERKING! FOLLOWED BY THE INSTRUMENTAL VERSION OF THE SONG: BABY GOT BACK!! 2 SECONDS LATER, HE JUMPS MORE CLOSER TO THE SCREEN STILL TWERKING WITH A HAPPY EXPRESSION ON HIS FACE! (its almost as of Horton was proud of his fat butt shake) 3 SECONDS LATER, HE JUMPS EVEN CLOSER TO THE SCREEN, STILL TWERKING, AND STILL SMILING!!! WHO MADE THAT SCENE? WHO DID IT AND WHY!!!??? To be honest, I love his butt shake. (IM NOT GAY) But other then those jokes, its a great animated movie for kids of all ages! I recommend it! 4 out of 10!

Reviewed by Oliver Thatcher Watson 7 / 10

Pretty good.

This film is pretty good. It has a great voice cast, great CGI, great story adaptation, and a good premise. There are a few problems though. One of the problems that I have with this film is that it's mainly for kids. While that's not necessarily a bad thing, it can make adults like myself feel a bit off putting. And another issue is that this film can have a few goofy scenes that don't really have anything to do with the plot and could make one think "Okay, get on with it!". Other than all of that, this film is actually pretty good. As it's not only a good family film, but it also has its funny moments that make it all the more enjoyable. I recommend this film to anyone who is a fan of the book by Dr. Suess, as this film will not disappoint in the slightest.

Reviewed by xgray-03873 9 / 10

A Dr. Seuss Film Adaptation Done Right!!

Okay, admittedly, I thought that this movie was going like all of the other big budget Dr. Seuss movie adaptations (The Grinch, The Cat in the Hat [2003] and The Lorax [2012]) because of how those movies completely missed the point of why people kept coming back to their original source materials, respectively. But, I've started to watch this one and.....I was shocked to find out that this movie is absolute 100% faithful to its' original source material!!!! Yeah, a big-budget Dr. Seuss movie that actually understood, appreciated and respected its' original source material?! Could this really be heaven?! But, like most movie adaptations, it's not always perfect. But, I will say that this without a doubt the best Dr. Seuss movie adaptation that we've gotten so far and I actually am glad that the production crew, the studios, and the cast put in a lot of effort into making this movie. So yeah, this movie is definitely worth a watch, if you're a huge fan or an average fan of Dr. Seuss.

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