Despite the main theme, there is still joy

Delia 2022-04-19 09:01:45

Holden Elephant, a typical American movie protagonist setting: rap, unintentional, happy, honest.
So there is a series of dead-end conflicts: I would rather risk being locked in a cage than stick to my own cognition.

The episode of Horton's trial of Fauna naturally reminded me of Bruno who insisted on heliocentrism. The snarky mother Kangaroo is full of flesh, howling: "As long as you admit that there is no Lilliputian, let you go - admit that you are wrong and I am right". Horton's eyes wandered around, and finally shouted: "There is a country of Lilliput!"

Don't forget, in real life, Bruno was burned to death. And the truth "heliocentric theory" he defends has long been confirmed and not absolutely correct.

Fortunately, cartoons always give us happy endings: Lilliputians cry out for help, and the sound reaches the ears of animals in the forest.

Holden Elephant is finally proven not to be crazy. He still jumped up and down without remembering the past, and didn't miss the opportunity to say the central idea to the screen: "No matter how small life is, it is life".

Horton's nonsensical performance fills the entire story with joy. Yes, although this is also the main theme of others, why is it so attractive and full of joy? I know that I have been educated, but I am still willing to spend 2 hours reading it.

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Extended Reading

Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • Katie: In my world everyone is a pony, and they all eat rainbows, and poop butterflies.

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: Seriously, who is this? Is this Burt from accounting?

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