by Christian Toto
Conservatives can’t fly the “sucker punch” flag over “Dr. Seuss’ The Lorax.”
The new animated film is based on the eco-friendly 1971 tome from the children’s book author, a fable about an irascible creature who “speaks for the trees.”
In Dr. Seuss’s capable hands, “The Lorax” spun a tale cushioned by his sense of restraint and verbal dexterity.
In Hollywood’s clumsier mitts, “The Lorax’s” message machine all but shouts its disdain for [...]