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“A rather good version of the story but still I'm not quite happy with it,  there is a lack of heart and warmth in this film.
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“Deeply disturbing. The whole Dr Seuss thing is very very wrong.”
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Director Ron Howard casts comedian Jim Carrey in the title role in this live-action adaptation of the famous Christmas tale by Dr. Seuss, giving this rendition of HOW THE GRINCH STOLE CHRISTMAS a delightfully manic spin. Carrey is virtually unrecognizable in his elaborate green makeup, but his anarchic comic touch is unmistakable. He manages to fully embody the grumpy title character, while still supplying his own comedic touches, and it is his performance that makes the film a treat for adults and children alike. The candy-colored set design for the town of Whoville and the jubilant score contribute to the overall feeling of innocuous fantasy that the Grinch disrupts with his dastardly deeds. The familiar story of the Grinch stealing every present in town on Christmas Eve has been expanded to incorporate flashbacks to the Grinch's childhood, which serve to explain his hostility toward the Whos. As Cindy Lou-Who, a little girl so sweet she sees goodness even in the Grinch, young Taylor Momsen strikes jus...
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Director: Ron Howard
Genre: Family
Release Date: 2000
MPAA Rating: PG
Screen Writer: Jeffrey Price, Peter S. Seaman
DVD Release Date: November 20, 2001
Runtime: 105 minutes
Studio: Universal Studios
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