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A tree is all it takes to win Taylor Swift’s heart

We need trees to breathe. But what if we lived in a world where all the trees have been cut down and we had to buy bottled air to breathe?

This is the future imagined in the film based on Dr. Seuss’s most controversial work, The Lorax, a book that was banned from a California school in 1989 for portraying logging in a negative light. With deforestation on the rise, this future is not entirely improbable.

The clear victor of all the Dr. Seuss movies, the animated film centers around the mustached Lorax (Danny DeVito), who is the magical keeper of the idyllic tree-filled world of the past. Young Ted (Zac Efron) lives in the modern, treeless era and is on the hunt to find a tree to impress his love interest, Audrey (Taylor Swift).

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You may end up hugging a tree after watching this film, as this movie makes us realize that we’ll surely miss these beautiful natural air purifiers if they’re ever truly gone.

The Lorax, 2012, stars Taylor Swift, Zac Efron, Betty White, Danny DeVito, and Ed Helms.

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