Save a single dust, that is, the whole world

Kasey 2022-04-21 09:01:53

Adapted from a Western family's bedside reading, the film shows Horton the Elephant's efforts to save a nameless town in a dusty world he stumbled upon.
Voiced by Jim Carrey.
There are two worlds, one big and one small, and there is no difference in life. I think that's what the film is trying to give. In addition, when there is drama, there is conflict, and there is good and evil. The old rules, the film involves the trust of husband and wife, the relationship between friends, the relationship between father and son, father and daughter.
Also, the plot is humorous. Worth watching for the whole family.
Horton and Vulture battle to save Nameless Town.
The efforts of the mayor's son, Jojo, to save the nameless town.
And Rudy, the son of the evil kangaroo, grabbed alfalfa when the dust in the last nameless town was about to be thrown into the hot soup, and when he announced to everyone that he heard the voice of the world, it was quite in "The Emperor's New Clothes". The figure of the little child flickered faintly.
Finally, good and evil are in harmony.
"It's a perfect ending for Houghton and Nameless Townspeople, and what all the bushmen want, even the kangaroos. Everyone knows one thing, life is life. No matter how small."

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Extended Reading
  • Herta 2022-03-26 09:01:04

    Yes, good communication between the micro world and the real world.

  • Yvonne 2022-03-25 09:01:08

    Great movie, better than Glacier. . .

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?