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Not just a Christmas classic but just a classic in general. G.K. Is just an amazing actor.
A classic Christmas movie and yet again another must see genius Jim Carrey movie.
There are certain roles Jim Carry should not be caste for. Instead of evoking nostalgia, he plays the typical goofball, which just isn't suited in this case.
While this 2000 Grinch adaptation keeps the gist of the original story, it changed may details, particularly the rhymes. It blows little Cindy's role way out of proportion, stretching a 26min short film to 110min.
It is the film which to give to you understandledge the Christmas's really terrible traditionalism. The Grinch is a shizoid who laugh to society with his stupid celebrating.
Ron Howard's classic Christmas film that was funny and charming.
A few rememberable lines that are funny. Jim Carrey is the only redeeming factor of this movie. The rest of the film falls short of the expectations I had.
While Jim Carrey's portrayal of the titular Grinch is undoubtedly the highlight of this film, many other performances, as well as the movie in general, are often left underrated. Although the 2000 live-action adaptation of the story is not as good as the 1967 animated short, Dr Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas succeeds in bringing Whoville to life while also having a lot to say against the focus of commercialism around Christmas time.
Okay now, This is delicious.
Sad they spent so much on the sets. Only good thing about it.
Loved it for what it was