Warner’s Hats off to Dr. Seuss collection merely repackages all of the previously released Blu-rays of the Seuss animated classics, but leaves out the included DVDs and digital copies of previous releases. It’s a good collection for those who haven’t already purchased the individual releases, but not worth a double-dip for everyone else.
Danny DeVito as The Lorax speaks for the trees in this colorful, family-friendly, CG-animated film that may not be perfect, but is a real treat to watch on Blu-ray in 2D and 3D.
The original televised animated adaptation of the beloved Dr. Seuss story arrives in a strong Blu-ray Combo Pack Deluxe Edition from Warner.
Dr. Seuss’ animated television classic Green Eggs and Ham arrives on Blu-ray with The Zax and The Sneetches tagging along; and while this release is surely enjoyable, I don’t know that a nearly $25 list price is worth it for 25-mins of content even with a DVD thrown in.
Dr. Seuss’ green meanie tries to steal Christmas away from the Who’s in Whoville in this perennial holiday classic that rails against the encroaching commercialism of Christmastime.
The Dr. Seuss classic that teaches us, “a person’s a person, no matter how small.” arrives on Blu-ray in an uneven, but still entertaining 1080p VC-1 transfer from Warner.