One flower, one world, one sand, one heaven

Fern 2022-04-20 09:01:40

Like the warm colors and coincidences at the beginning, Horton, a kind and silly elephant, started a long and lonely journey for a speck of dust on a flower, never giving up even in danger, when he faced the boundless sea of ​​alfalfa flowers The time-changing bleak and desperate eyes and the persistent search finally found the elf that he wanted to protect among the flowers flying in the sky. The joy at that moment was indescribable. There is suspicion, there is escape, there is hurt. . . But the ending of the story is still perfect: everyone crowds Horton to the top of the mountain, where the happiness of the unknown town is, and walks step by step.
I like cartoons only because of the simple interpersonal relationships in it. The good people and the bad people are clearly distinguished, and the harm is simple and direct. The ending is either the bad people are punished or the good people are influenced, which makes people see hope, and the momentary trance and warmth makes people feel With the courage to move on in the real world.

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Horton Hears a Who! quotes

  • Horton: [thanking people] And Morton, for being the only one who stood by me. Well not right by me; he hid in the bushes sending me good thoughts. He's small.

    Morton: Dude, you are a warrior poet.

  • The Mayor of Who-ville: So Jojo, what's uh, what's shakin'? What's happenin'? What's the word?