DR. SEUSS’ THE LORAX has arrived on Blu-ray™ 3D Combo Pack and Blu-ray™ Combo Pack (both sets featuring DVD, Digital Copy and UltraViolet™)!
Isn’t it fun to watch these stories come to life on film? Dr. Seuss is a big part of childhood. Always fun and always with a message that you can feel good about letting your children watch. The Lorax will be one your kids will enjoy again and again!
The Blu-ray™ 3D Combo Pack will also include three brand new mini-movies including:
- Serenade – Two Bar-ba-loots — one love shy and the other suave and confident — battle for the heart of their would-be sweetheart with the help of a colorful cast of characters, including the Humming-Fish and Swomme-Swans.
- Wagon-Ho – Two Bar-ba-loots take The Once-ler’s wagon on a ride they won’t soon forget.
- Forces of Nature – Determined to scare The Once-ler out of Truffula Valley, The Lorax decides to create the illusion of ominous forces of nature.
The girls enjoy watching the mini movies as much as The Lorax movie itself!
Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax transports viewers into a fantastical landscape imagined by Dr. Seuss and vividly brought to life by Chris Meledandri and his acclaimed filmmaking team at Illumination Entertainment (Despicable Me). Directed by Chris Renaud (Despicable Me) from a screenplay adapted by Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul (Despicable Me, HOP, Horton Hears a Who) from the 1971 children’s classic, the film is an imaginative journey that begins in the town of Thneedville, where a boy searches for the one thing he knows will win the heart of his dream girl. But in order find it, he must discover the story of the Lorax, the often grumpy but loveable protector of Truffula Valley, in an exciting adventure filled with comedy and heart that USA Today’s Claudia Puig calls, “The right blend of funny, silly, and sweet.”
The hilarious Danny DeVito is the voice to the Lorax. The Lorax speaks for the trees! You will also hear Ed Helms as his enigmatic nemesis, the Once-ler. The all-star cast also includes Zac Efron as Ted, an idealistic 12-year-old searching for the Lorax; Grammy® Award winner Taylor Swift as Audrey, the girl of Ted’s dreams; Rob Riggle as the villainous O’Hare; Jenny Slate as Ted’s protective mother; and five-time Emmy® Award winner Betty White as Ted’s wise Grammy Norma.
I was sent a copy of The Lorax to facilitate this review. No compensation was received and all opinions are my own.
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