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Moviefone have an exclusive first look at the first trailer for "Horton Hears a Who!". The trailer is also shown in theaters before "The Simpsons Movie" .
- Horton Trailer Online
Last edited by TNPihl on Fri Jul 27, 2007 8:51 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Hey, this actually looks good!
I'm very into animationfilms and I was a little worried about the animation itself, because that wasn't the strongest point of funny 'Ice Age'. 'Robots' was more detailed but nothing breathtaking, ya know. But here they have the world of Dr. Seuss coming alive and those shots in the trailer are realy beautiful.
Also I have the feeling the characters are a bit based on the voice-actors. That Who actually did remind me of Steve Carell with those reactions and the elephant actually did remind me of Jim Carrey when that character moves his hands (well...) and stuff.
And I have confidence in the story. Dreamworks (for example) is realy letting me down time after time with those stupid endless wink-jokes and weak stories. (exept for 'Wallace & Gromit' -genieus Aardman- and 'Flushed Away' -Aardman again-) Those guys just don't get it, it's not about the names of the voices. This Dr. Seuss offers a lot ... I have the feeling 'Blue Sky' will make this work. The comedic scenes for 'Ice Age' were very good written and original.
I'm realy lookin' forward to this! (Ow, I did recognize Jim's voice, he has this tone, you know, you can hear it in every voice he does)
Last edited by grinchy steve on Fri Jul 27, 2007 9:27 pm, edited 1 time in total.
A tall skinny man playing a big elephant, who knew?
I'm so greatful I now live in a place when I'll be able to see this in ENGLISH! Although I'm sure we'll recognize Jim through Horton!
Can't wait to get a plush of Horton so I get hug it until it pops!
I have added high quality screen shots from the trailer in the gallery:
Just saw that 'new' teaser on the newspage of JCO... meh. This recut doesn't work. By seeing it, you have no clue what's it about and it doesn't make you curious at all. Cause there's nothing happening ...
I absolutely cannot wait to see this movie - it is perfection in motion and quintessential compassion in action. Put that in your pipe and...
Row, Row, Row the boat
Gentlly down the stream
Merrily, Merrily, Merrily, Merrily
Life * is *but * a* dream*!
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