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The Lorax: Compare and Contrast
Transcript of The Lorax: Compare and Contrast
Published in April 12, 1971 Movie Directed by: Chris Renaud
Stars: Zac Efron
Danny DeVito Similarities The Once-ler tells the boy the story of the Lorax
The Lorax is the speaker for the trees.
You never get to see the Once-ler's face.
The boy gets the last Truffula seed with hopes that he will bring back the Lorax
The quote, "Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot nothing is going to get better, it's not." Book Differences The Once-ler tells the story in the same day.
The boy did not go looking for a tree seed.
The boy comes from a town were it is not very clean and not much living Movie Differences Story is based off a boy, Ted, who has a crush on a girl, Audrey, and wants to give her a tree
The town is very clean, but air is sold to the people
Ted has to go visit the Once-ler over a few days to hear the whole story.
When Ted gets the seed from the Once-ler, the mayor of the town tries to take it away because once there are trees he will not be able to sell air
With the help of Audrey and his family, Ted plants the seed in the middle of the city park.
At the end of the movie, the Once-ler comes out of his house to see the trees.