Horton Hears a Who!
Yes, I learned this from movie I have enjoyed a few days ago. The name of the movie is Horton Hears a Who! which is the first animated movie I ever enjoyed so much. The plot of the movie is very nice for the juniors.
Hoton (an elephant), nature’s teacher of Nool Jungle, hears tiny yelp from a speck floating past him. In fact, the speck is the world of tiny persons whose lives are in danger as the speck lost its safe place. Horton, realized it and promised to put it in a safe place. But Nool’s self declared leader (A kangaroo) did not believe Horton and she warned Horton not to poison the minds of the animals. She also ordered Horton to drop the speck. But Horton puts his life in danger to save the speck as he believed “A person’s a person, no matter how small”. Finally, after lots of struggle, he could do it.
This lesson is very much essential for the juniors. They will learn how to love and respect even the microscopic creatures. The sound and animation was awesome. Overall, I liked the movie much. I become fan of animated movie after seeing this. Wish to enjoy animated movie occasionally.
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