Dr. Seuss' The Lorax has been a hit during spring break at Clova Cinema - so much so, the movie is held over for a third week. "The Lorax is such a great movie for people of all ages," the Clova's Craig Burghardt said in an email to customers. "It has been drawing large (and) enthusiastic crowds since it opened-. We will get some new movies for (March 23)." In the 3D-CG movie, Danny Devito does the voice of the gruff but loveable Lorax (pictured), a tree-loving creature who shares the enduring power of hope. The book, published in 1971, is considered one of Dr. Seuss' most controversial works, for its veiled attack on the forest industry. "Several timber industry groups sponsored the creation of a book called The Truax in rebuttal to the Seuss book," Burghardt wrote. "The Lorax was actually banned in some schools and libraries in regions with timber economies for its anti-forest industry content." At the Clova, the movie plays nightly at 7 p.m. until March 22, with matinee screenings at 1: 30 and 4 p.m., at 5732 176 St. in Cloverdale.