Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

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Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas

ages 7+ | 83% Say It's Worth Your Time

In this live-action adaptation of the beloved children's tale by Dr. Seuss, the reclusive green Grinch (Jim Carrey) decides to ruin Christmas for the cheery citizens of Whoville. Reluctantly joined by his hapless dog, Max, the Grinch comes down from his mountaintop home and sneaks into town to swipe everything holiday-related from the Whos. However, the bitter grump finds a hitch in his plans when he encounters the endearing Cindy Lou Who (Taylor Momsen).


Runtime: 1 hr 45 min

Genre: Comedy , Fantasy

Writer: Dr. Seuss, Jeffrey Price, Peter S. Seaman,

Director: Ron Howard

Producer: Todd Hallowell, Brian Grazer, David Womark, Aldric Porter, Louisa Velis

Cast: Anthony Hopkins, Jeffrey Tambor, Molly Shannon, Christine Baranski, Bill Irwin, Clint Howard, Jim Carrey, Taylor Momsen

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  • Bob (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    The story is classic and Jim Carrey does a good job. It's not my favorite Christmas movie but does have good message overall.

    December 13th, 2012 · Details
  • ventor (Male)

    ages 8+ | Worth Your Time

    Except for some inappropriate humor involving the mayor and the dog, this is a pretty funny take on the classic Dr. Suess story book. Jim Carey is at his whacky best. Though at times I feel like the whackiness is a little heavy handed. It seems to boll over the primary message of the tale. That of coming together in love and friendship to celebrate Christmas.

    January 2nd, 2012 · Details

Okfor ages12+