Critic Review - Philadelphia Inquirer

Carrey's performance as the miserly misanthrope is lost amid effects more typically encountered in theme-park and video-game adventures. (P.S.: Is it just me, or does it also peeve you that the Mouse House claims proprietary rights on Dickens' title?)

November 5, 2009 Full Review Source: Philadelphia Inquirer | Comments (3)
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Audra H.

Audra Hebard

It is not at all just you; I wish Disney would leave classics like this alone. Even the Muppets and Michael Caine did a better job!

Nov 8 - 09:21 PM


Paul Counelis

They're just claiming proprietary rights on their own film, of course. It's more a signature than a claiming of Dickens' story.

Nov 9 - 12:15 AM

Joshua S.

Joshua Samson

that movie sucked.
scruge wasn't even mean -_-

Dec 16 - 06:38 PM

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