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Nostalgia Critic / Older Boy / Watcher #1 / Chester A. Bum
Malcolm Ray ...
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Young Boy / Tree - voice / Watcher #5 (Daughter) / Hyper Fangirl
Rob Walker ...
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Dad Reading 'The Lorax'
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Mom Reading 'The Lorax'
Briana Laws ...
Little Girl Reading 'The Lorax'
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Time to speak for the Seuss as the Critic reviews the horrible 2012 cash-in on the good doctor's book that was against corporate greed, but the movie chooses to embrace it. Nothing but clichés galore, a poorly represented protagonist, and endless pop culture references, and somehow, it was still a big hit. The Critic intends to find out why. Written by Anonymous

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Great episode
10 March 2017 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is one of the better reviews that he had made in this time period. I feel like even if some of his other reviews from that time period were a little lacking, I at least felt this one hit it in the ball park. There was just so much wrong with this movie that I am honestly kind of surprised that he didn't cover it all up. I will talk about what he did cover though.

The first thing that comes to mind is when he talks about how there are five songs in that money. All of which aren't really needed but since it's a musical, I suppose that it should count. But out of the five songs in the entire film, only just one is actually about saving trees. The other four are about greed and being a hip rockstar.

This episode was also the one that had brought in HyperFan Girl, and that is played by Tamara Chambers. As her first episode and later a full on stay, it is always a plus to have this be the debut episode and in the over all show of Nostalgia Critic, a very big leap to what it is today.

There are just some nice things that were put into this review and the jokes all worked out pretty well such as when he joked about Donkey Kong being a part of the Dr Seuss canon. Nice jokes, valid points, and the intro to what would become a major Nostalgia Critic player makes this review a very important one in his series.


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