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Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!

Promotional poster

Directed by Jimmy Hayward

Steve Martino (co-director)

Produced by Bob Gordon

Audrey Geisel (executive producer)

Christopher Meledandri (executive producer)

Chris Wedge (executive producer)

Written by Ted Geisel (book and story)

Ken Daurio (screenplay)

Cinco Paul (screenplay)

Narrated by Charles Osgood

Starring Jim Carrey

Steve Carell

Carol Burnett

Dan Fogler

Will Arnett

Amy Poehler

Jaime Pressly

Seth Rogen

Jonah Hill

Isla Fisher

Selena Gomez

Jesse McCartney

Music by John Powell

Distributed by 20th Century Fox

Release date(s) March 14, 2008

Running time 88 minutes

Country United States

Language English

Budget US$85 million (according to Box Office Mojo)

Official website

Allmovie profile

IMDb profile

Horton Hears a Who! (also known as Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who!) is a 2008 CGI animated film based on the book of the same name and the fourth feature film from Blue Sky Studios. It was the first Dr. Seuss adaptation fully animated using CGI technology.

The film was directed by Jimmy Hayward and Steve Martino, based on a screenplay written by Ken Daurio and Cinco Paul. The film was produced by Bob Gordon, Audrey Geisel, Christopher Meledandri and Chris Wedge. Christian Kaplan was the casting director and music was provided by John Powell. This is the second film to feature both Jim Carrey, as the voice of Horton the elephant, and Steve Carell, who provides the voice of the Mayor of Whoville. One of the Mayor's daughters' is voiced by Selena Gomez. This also marks the second Dr. Seuss adaptation to feature Jim Carrey in a lead role, the first being How The Grinch Stole Christmas!.

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* 1 Plot

* 2 Characters

* 3 Reaction

o 3.1 Critical reception

o 3.2 Box office performance

o 3.3 Controversy

* 4 DVD & Blu-ray Release

* 5 References in the film

* 6 References

* 7 External links

[edit] Plot

In the Jungle of Nool, a caring, imaginative elephant named Horton (Jim Carrey) takes a dip in the pool. A dust speck floats past him in the air, and he hears a tiny yelp coming from it. Believing that an entire family of microscopic creatures are living on that speck, he places it on top of a clover that he holds in his trunk.

In fact, he finds out the speck harbors the city of Whoville and all its inhabitants, led by Ned the Mayor (Steve Carell). Ned has a loving wife (Amy Poehler), 96 daughters, and one son named Jojo, who, by Who law, is next in line for the mayoral position, and as such, gives it his best effort to give Jojo enough attention. Unaware to Ned, Jojo doesn't share his father's wish.

Horton and the Mayor both agree that Whoville needs a more permanent, stable environment, and Horton resolves to place the speck atop Mt. Nool, the safest place in the jungle. This outlook earns Horton nothing but ridicule from the inhabitants of Nool, especially from the strict Sour Kangaroo (Carol Burnett), who tries to get Horton to give up the speck, so as not to put ridiculous ideas into the heads of the children. Ever faithful to his motto, "A person's a person, no matter how small," Horton refuses. Also showing disbelief toward Horton are the Wickersham brothers (all voiced by Dan Fogler), a group of bullish monkeys who love making misery.

All the small incidents that Horton experiences on his trek across the jungle have a catastrophic effect on Whoville (as an example, leaving the speck outside overnight will cause it to frost, thereby, making it snow in Whoville, during the summer). Ned has a rough time warning the city council of the unusual occurances caused by the speck being carried everywhere, as nothing in Whoville has ever gone wrong since it was founded. As the other Whos become suspicious, the Mayor finally reveals his outlandish prophecy to them, but the Whos don't believe him any more than the animals believe Horton.

Sour Kangaroo enlists a nefarious vulture named Vlad Vladikoff (Will Arnett) to get rid of the speck by force. Vlad manages to steal the speck and drop it from hundreds of feet into a valley full of identical clovers. The impact nearly demolishes Whoville like an earthquake, yet Horton finds the right clover, after painstakingly picking 2,999,999 clovers through the field. The earthquake is enough to convince the rest of the Whos that the Mayor is not crazy, and they all tell Horton they believe in him.

Sour Kangaroo finds out that Horton still has the speck, and, as her patience completely runs out, forms a mob by telling lies to get rid of the speck once and for all. They plan to rope and cage Horton, but Kangaroo turns this into a chance for attention, and offers Horton an ultimatum: give up the speck and "admit" he was wrong, or pay the price. Despite a heartfelt speech from Horton that clearly touches the animals, Kangaroo still takes this refusal as an insult, orders them to proceed with the torture, and drop the speck into a pot of boiling beezlenut oil, which is shown to have very hot properties.

The Mayor enlists all of his people to make noise, so the animals can hear them. Jojo runs off to the old Who Observatory. Inside, he reveals his ingenious invention, the Symphoniphone, a giant machine that serves as an orchestra. Still, Kangaroo doesn't hear anything and drops the clover. In a last-ditch effort, Jojo grabs a horn, runs up the highest tower and yells"YOPP!!!" A sound wave emerges and ripples up to the clouds, which are already under a lot of stress, and collides with them, causing an explosion. The Whos cries are sent rocketing through the resulting hole. Rudy then snatches the clover and holds it up. Hearing their (the Whos) cries, the animals finally realize the atrocity they almost committed. Sour Kangaroo is shocked and ashamed, but she still makes up with Horton, and at the end of the film, everyone helps Horton carry the speck up to the top of Mt. Nool. At the end, the camera zooms out, revealing that, along with numerous other worlds, the Jungle of Nool is... a speck.

[edit] Characters

* Horton the Elephant, voiced by Jim Carrey. The main Protaganist. Horton the elephant is that rare grown-up that never lost the rich imagination he had as a child. It was that imagination along with his unwavering dedication that makes Horton a great teacher, unconditional friend and a force to be reckoned with. Horton holds strong to his belief that " a persons a person, no matter how small" so much so that he promises to risk everything for a world of people so tiny, he can't even see them. Horton says it best" I meant what i said, I said what I meant an elephants faithful 100%". For more information, see: Horton the Elephant

* Morton the Mouse, voiced by Seth Rogen. Morton the mouse is Horton's best friend who makes up in speed what he lacks in size. He's smaller than the elephants big toe, but when Morton speaks, Horton listens. Morton will endure Horton's whims, but when the elephant takes off on flights of fancy, Morton knows it's his job to bring him back to earth. He's succesful, most of the time.

* Ned McDodd, The Mayor of Whoville, voiced by Steve Carell. Ned McDodd is the mayor of a microscopic world, and father of ninety-six daughters and a son named JoJo. He is very proud and formal and cares very much for his city and its people, but when he starts hearing the voice of Horton, whom he cannot see, things begin to unravel for the Mayor. It is noted that the name of the character wasn't revealed until the theatrical release.

* Kangaroo, voiced by Carol Burnett. Kangaroo is a busybody who is skeptical about the existence of the Whos and Whoville on a dust speck. Sour Kangaroo is the main antagonist (but not villain) of the film, and she finally believed that Whos exist on the speck of dust at the end of the film. However, as Horton's claims begin to drive her towards darkness, she believes that once other people start listening to Horton, they'll start to come to her for questions she won't be able to answer. In order to be rid of it she begins making deals with evil monkeys and the eagle hitman Vlad Vladikoff. As the movie progresses, her aims start to shift towards crushing Horton's spirit and building up her own reputation. Sour Kangaroo is too dismissive of the products of imagination and creativity even to the point she keeps her son Rudy jammed inside her pouch, leaving her with really serious back problems and him with just as serious emotional ones. She believes that outside the "comfort" her ideas provide him, non-conformity and anarchy are minutes away from turning their ordered life into chaos. Yet, in the end, all it takes is a simple act of friendship from Horton to cause a change of heart.

* Rudy, voiced by Josh Flitter. Rudy is Kangaroo's young joey. Since his birth, he's been trapped in his mother's pouch, in which he now spends all his time. Over the course of the movie, he starts to question his mother's ethics as she continually tries to demolish the clover on which Horton has caught the Whos' speck of dust. Years after he should have been on his own two feet, his giant legs are crammed next to his head in an unnatural (and uncomfortable) position. But his stifling environment can't contain his free-thinking spirit, and Rudy is ready to take the next step, even if it's his first.

* JoJo McDodd, voiced by Jesse McCartney. JoJo is the Mayor's only son and the oldest of the mayor's children. Since he is the oldest, JoJo is next in line to become the Mayor of Whoville, though he doesn't want to follow in his father's footsteps. He is afraid to speak because he is worried that he will disappoint his father. Because of this, he has not spoken in years. However, he is able to hear rhythmic patterns in just about anything. His undiscovered voice is a vital asset for the Whos' survival. He also shows a surprising talent for inventions. In fact, he turns the inside of Whoville's abandoned observatory into a mechanical music studio. After saving the town with his new found word, "YOPP", he begins speaking to his father and Horton.

* Sally O'malley McDodd, voiced by Amy Poehler. Sally is the Mayor's wife and mother of 96 daughters and one son named JoJo. With all of these children, Sally's responsibilities dwarf even those of her husband. Still, she's able to juggle them with the grace of a first lady. The last thing she needs is another problem child with an overactive imagination, but when her husband starts hearing voices, that's exactly what she gets. It's a situation even her sharp wit and pointed sarcasm can't defuse, but when the truth is revealed, she's willing to give it her all to help her husband save Whoville.

* Doctor Mary Lou Larue, voiced by Isla Fisher. Dr. Larue is an eccentric Whoville scientist who can be a bit scatterbrained at times. However, being fresh out of Who University, she is willing to help the Mayor find out how they can preserve the peace that holds their town together. She even decides to put her self-peeling potato research aside to help the Mayor save Whoville. She doesn't pronounce English very well, but is understandable to anyone.

* Vlad Vladikoff, voiced by Will Arnett. Vlad is an reclusive eagle who lives in a tree stump in a swamp surrounded by thorns. The Sour Kangaroo hires him to get rid of Horton's clover. At first, he agrees to do it in exchange for her son Rudy, or a brand new pair of objects never specified. After "thinking" it over, she uses reverse psychology to get him to do it for free. He speaks in a thick Russian accent and extremely theatrical in his wickedness to the point of embarrassing himself.

* Yummo, voiced by Dan Fogler. Yummo is the rumbling leader of the Wickersham brothers who serves as a bully for Horton, as he sees him as an annoyance. He's hot-tempered, power-hungry, and just plain hungry. His constant greed for food rapidly increases his size and bulk.

* Mrs. Quilligan, voiced by Jamie Pressly. Mrs. Quilligan is a jungle bird that is a two-faced and easily influeced busybody. She sways with public opinion and everybody knows it. It's not unusual for her to be caught flip-flooping and backtracking to cover herself, keeping her firmly entrenched in the" in crowd".

* Tommy, voiced by Jonah Hill. Tommy is a strange orange marsupial/primate/hippopotamus type creature that is one of the children of the Jungle of Nool that looks up to and views Horton as a teacher. He seems to have somewhat of a frat boy/smart aleck persona, but truly believes in what Horton is trying to do, even if he is being ridiculed for it.

* Jessica, voiced by Laura Ortiz. Like any teenager, Jessica might be embarressed by her mothers busybody behavior, but it's obvious to everyone else in the community that she's Mr.Quilligan's mini-clone. she views herself as an independant thinker but since conformity leads to acceptance, she's just another cog in the wheel.

* Katie, voiced by Joey King. Katie is a small sheep-like creature that has strange habits. She tends to say 'ah' a lot and speak random thoughts. For example, when she described what her speck world was like, she said that everybody was a pony, ate rainbows, and pooped butterflies. She also has the ability to float, which she demonstrates at the end of the film. Katie is one of the female pupils of Horton, as her teacher.

[edit] Reaction

[edit] Critical reception

The film has received generally to extremely positive reviews from both film critics and theater goers. As of March 14, 2008, the review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes reported that 79% of critics gave the film positive reviews, based on 106 reviews, and an even better 84% rating from the top critics on the site based on 31 reviews, and it also has an 85% rating from users on the site, all classifying the film as "Certified Fresh". [1] Metacritic reported the film had an average score of 71 out of 100, indicating "generally favorable reviews", based on 29 reviews and a 9.2 out of 10 from users on the site, indicating "universal acclaim". [2]

[edit] Box office performance

In its opening weekend, the film grossed $45,012,998 in 3,954 theaters, averaging about $11,384 per theater in the United States and Canada, and ranking #1 at the box office.[3] The film had the 4th largest opening weekend in March, behind Ice Age, Ice Age: The Meltdown, and 300.[4] In the United States and Canada, Horton Hears a Who was also the #1 film its second weekend of release, grossing $24.5 million.[3]

As of Monday April 7, 2008, it has grossed a total of $208,125,991 worldwide; $131,707,251 in the United States and Canada and $76,418,740 in other territories.[5] This makes it the first theatrical film in 2008 to pass the $100 million domestic mark.

[edit] Controversy

During the Los Angeles premiere of the film, pro-life demonstrators welcomed one of Horton's lines, "A person's a person, no matter how small."[6] Pro-life organizations believe the Horton quote affirms their belief that human life begins at conception.

Karl ZoBell, who has represented the interests of Dr. Seuss (Theodore Geisel) and his widow, Audrey Geisel, for 40 years, has stated that Audrey "doesn't like people to hijack Dr. Seuss characters or material to front their own points of view."[6]

[edit] DVD & Blu-ray Release

Horton Hears a Who! will be released on DVD and Blu-ray July 22, 2008. In Russia will be released on DVD April 17, 2008.

[edit] References in the film

* While the Mayor is sitting at the breakfast table with his wife and 96 daughters, plates of green eggs and ham can be seen.

* Two traditional animation sequences are featured, both representing Horton's over-active imagination. The first is rendered to resemble Dr. Seuss's original pen-and-ink drawings from the books, shown when Horton firsts hears a Who. The second is a more elaborate, anime-inspired montage of Horton fighting off enemies and defending the speck.

* Kangaroo's confronting of Horton is reminiscent of the trial of Socrates in Ancient Greece. Her words "If you can't see it, feel it, or hear it, it doesn't exist" reflect Aristotle's belief that perception is reality, and her accusation that Horton has "poisoned the minds of the children" echoes strongly Socrates' charge of "poisoning the minds of the youth of Athens".

* At one point, Horton impersonates John F. Kennedy and Al Gore (i.e. accepting that drastic weather changes are bad) while addressing the citizens of Whoville.

* One of the portraits of one of the former mayors of Whoville resembles the Mona Lisa. Another is a caricature of Dr. Seuss. All the rest of the mayor portraits are modeled off of a famous painting.

* Horton's line, "I meant what I said and I said what I meant. An elephant's faithful, 100%", is actually from Horton Hatches the Egg, another story. Horton does not say this anywhere in the book Horton Hears A Who.

* Rudy calls his new "friend" in his world on a clover he found Thidwick, a reference to Thidwick the Big-Hearted Moose. Also, the mayor's fish is named Thidwick. Also, in one of the scenes there is a moose with a bunch of animals in his trunk.

* The Mayor’s secretarial assistant, Miss Yelp, is messing around the Whoville version of MySpace, aptly named WhoSpace.[7][8]

* One of the Mayor’s many daughters asks her dad for a whoPhone, a Whoville version of Apple's iPhone, because she is the only one in her class without one.[7][8]

* The Whos buy groceries at Whofoods Market, a reference to the Whole Foods Market grocery store.[8]

* At the end of the film, everyone, including Jojo, sings a rendition of "Can't Fight This Feeling", a 1985 song originally performed by REO Speedwagon.

* British Comedian Joe Pasquale voices the dentist Mayor Ned McDodd visits.

* A Who wearing a hat resembling the hat worn by The Cat in the Hat is seen, only the hat has blue stripes instead of red. When the Who tips his hat to the mayor, another, smaller Who appears on his head wearing the same hat, a reference to "The Cat in the Hat Comes Back"

* When Horton is delivering Whoville to Mount Nool, he says to the Who’s that once they get to Mount Nool, they will be guaranteed three inalienable rights that can never be taken away. This is a reference to John Locke’s Three Inalienable Rights of life, liberty, and property.

* The Grinch makes a cameo appearance in the movie when the Whos were trying to be heard by the animals in the Jungle of Nool. He is dressed in black and is playing a flute.

[edit] References

1. ^ Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who Movie Reviews, Pictures - Rotten Tomatoes. Rotten Tomatoes. Retrieved on 2008-03-14.

2. ^ Horton Hears a Who! (2008): Reviews. Metacritic. Retrieved on 2008-03-14.

3. ^ a b Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (2008) - Weekend Box Office Results. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved on 2008-03-16.

4. ^ Top March Opening Weekends at the Box Office. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved on 2008-03-16.

5. ^ Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! (2008). Box Office Mojo. Retrieved on 2008-03-24.

6. ^ a b In 'Horton' Movie, Abortion Foes Hear an Ally (English). Retrieved on 2008-03-14.

7. ^ a b http://www.trendhunter.com/trends/dr-seuss...-whospace-manga

8. ^ a b c http://www.brandchannel.com/brandcameo_fil...e_year=2008#295

[edit] External links

* Official site

* Horton Hears a Who! at the Big Cartoon DataBase

* Horton Hears a Who! at the Internet Movie Database

* Horton Hears a Who! at Rotten Tomatoes

* Horton Hears a Who! at Metacritic

* Horton Hears a Who! at Box Office Mojo

* Horton Hears a Who! at Allmovie

* Trailer at Apple.com

* Trailer at THX.com

Preceded by

10,000 B.C. Box office number-one films of 2008 (USA)

March 16, 2008 – March 23, 2008 Succeeded by

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Blue Sky Studios

Feature-length animations Ice Age (2002) • Robots (2005) • Ice Age: The Meltdown (2006) • Horton Hears a Who! (2008) • Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs (2009)

Short animations Bunny (1998) • Gone Nutty (2003) • No Time for Nuts (2006)

Contributions in other films Joe's Apartment (1996) • A Simple Wish (1997) • Alien Resurrection (1997) • Star Trek: Insurrection (1998) • Jesus' Son (1999) • Fight Club (1999) • Titan A.E. (2000)

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I hope I get an A in my Horton Exam :)

Horton the Elephant

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Horton the Elephant is a fictional character from the books Horton Hatches the Egg and Horton Hears a Who, both by Dr. Seuss. Horton is a kind, sweet-natured elephant who cares about other animals or people. Though he goes through many hardships, whether trying to keep an egg warm through storms, rough travels, and humiliating shows or trying to save a small planet from harm, he always triumphs; the egg hatches into an elephant-bird, while the planet is saved and respected by the others.

Horton is also a character on the TV series The Wubbulous World of Dr. Seuss. Kent Rogers voiced the character in "Horton Hatches the Egg".

Horton is portrayed by Jim Carrey in the computer-animated adaptation of Horton Hears A Who, where he is shown as being eccentric and imaginative.

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* 1 Other Characters

o 1.1 Hatches the Egg

o 1.2 Hears a Who

* 2 Quotes

* 3 Other Media

* 4 See also

* 5 External links

[edit] Other Characters

[edit] Hatches the Egg

* Mayzie: A lazy, good-for-nothing bird who was sitting on an egg, but probably got lazy after a few days. She convinces Horton to sit on the egg, but when it started hatching, she demanded it back until it hatched into an elephant bird. In Seussical, it is revealed her full name is Mayzie La-Bird.

* Hunters: 3 game hunters that were going to shoot Horton, but decided to sell Horton to the Circus due to him in a tree. In the book, they are illustrated as gentle folk, but in the cartoon, they look more like Yosemite Sam or Elmer Fudd.

* Morton the Elephant Bird: Half elephant, half bird. The most likely reason for Morton being half elephant half bird is because of Horton sitting on the egg.

[edit] Hears a Who

* Jane Kangaroo: A cruel and obsessive kangaroo who does NOT believe the Whos and Whoville exist. She also believes Horton knows they don't exist. She will do anything to get rid of Whoville, and even follows Horton over the mountains to carry out her nasty mission.

* Junior Kangaroo: Kangaroo's young Joey. Has the habit of repeating what his mother says, even if it's not a word, such as "HMMPH".

* Mayor of Whoville: The mayor of the microscopic world of Whoville who cares very much for his city and its people. In the animated special of Horton Hears a Who, he is changed a bit. His name is Dr. Hoovey and he is a scientist who worked on communicating to outer space life. Nobody in Whoville believes him about Horton until Whoville crashes when Vlad drops the flower and decide to help him save Whoville. But there is only one question: Is this the same Whoville as in How the Grinch Stole Christmas, or a different one? It is more likely the same because Horton Hears a Who was published 3 years before The Grinch.

* The Wickersham Brothers: A group of vicious monkeys that steal the flower that Whoville rests upon. They have a very large family consisting of their uncles, cousins, and in-laws that help tie up Horton.

* Vlad Vladikoff: A black bottomed eagle that takes the flower that Whoville rests upon and drops it in a huge patch of flowers. In the animated special of Horton Hears a Who, his name is changed to Whizzer McWoff and he appears more sinister than his book counterpart.

* JoJo: A little boy who is quiet by nature, but turns out to be very loud when he saved Whoville by shouting the made up word "YOPP". In Seussical, he plays a much larger role. He is portrayed as an over imaginative boy who is very misunderstood by everyone except for The Cat in the Hat and Horton. He ends up being the hero.

[edit] Quotes

His defining characteristic is his loyalty. As he says in Horton Hatches the Egg:

"I meant what I said, and I said what I meant.

An elephant's faithful, one hundred per cent!"

And in Horton Hears a Who:

"A person's a person, no matter how small."

[edit] Other Media

* "Horton Hatches the Egg" was made into a 10 minute cartoon for Looney Tunes in 1942. Created by Bob Clampett.

* "Horton Hears a Who!" was made into an animated TV special in 1970. Directed by Chuck Jones.

* In the Full House episodeFogged In, Uncle Jesse is reading Michelle "Horton Hears a Who", until Danny comes in and he tells a story about the first half of the episode (only using a fairy tale setting and Danny being the "Geeky Giant").

* Both Horton books were part of the main plot in the musical Seussical. Horton was one of the main characters.

* Horton the Elephant appears in the Robot Chicken episode "Metal Militia" voiced by Roger L. Jackson. He is seen listening to a Jewish comedian.

* Horton Hears a Who! was made into an animated motion picture in 2008 with Jim Carrey as Horton, Steve Carell as the mayor of Who-ville, Carol Burnett as Sour Jane Kangaroo, and Jesse McCartney as JoJo.

[edit] See also

* The Grinch

* Once-ler

[edit] External links

* Seussville site (Random House)

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