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Dr. Suess' The Grinch (With #Giveaway)


AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 5TH!

RATED PG

86 minutes



Illumination and Universal Pictures present The Grinch, based on Dr. Seuss' beloved classic. The Grinch tells the story of a cynical grump who goes on a mission to steal Christmas, only to have his heart changed by a young girl’s generous spirit. Funny, heartwarming and visually stunning, The Grinch is fun for the whole family!




REVIEW:
Such great animation!
There was always something going on in this movie. Even though it was a story I have seen played out a million times and a million different ways, they all are different too. This had more of a story. It was very magical and is definitely fun for the whole family.
Want to point out, Max, the dog, stole the show for me. He is so adorable, even if animation. Such a good dog.
This is one of those Christmas movies that you really can enjoy all year round. It has enough laughs, fun and morals to be played anytime. Plus there is nothing wrong with Christmas cheer in February.


4.5/5



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  1. My all time favourite Christmas movie is National Lampoons Christmas Vacation. I want to win this Grinch movie because I am not emotionally ready to let go of Christmas yet.

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  2. my favorite christmas movie is The Santa Clause, I would love to see this movie also

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  3. My favorite Christmas movie is It's a wonderful life. Emotional and old school. The Grinch would be for my grandsons who would love this entertainment.

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  4. Home Alone is one of my favourite Christmas movies and we Love The Grinch too. I would like to win this movie to watch with my family.

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  5. My favorite Christmas movie is A Christmas Story. I want to see this movie because I loved this holiday cartoon as a kid and would like to see this adaptation of it.

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  6. "What is your favorite Christmas movie? What makes you want to watch this Grinch film?" My favorite Christmas movie is "A Christmas Story"! I think we'd all enjoy another witty re-telling of a Dr. Seuss classic!

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  7. My favorite Christmas movie is Home Alone, Lost in New York. I want to watch this movie with my grandchildren. I love movie night with my grandchildren. I hear it's a good movie.

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  8. A Christmas Story and I just love Dr. Suess

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  9. My favourite Christmas movie is the Santa Clause, my favourite Grinch movie is the one with Jim Carey.

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  10. Home alone is my favourite Christmas movie

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  11. I really want to see this new version of an old favorite! Our family has watched Elf every year at Christmas for the last several years. That's one of my favorites.

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  12. The Grinch is my favorite Christmas movie and would love to watch it with my nieces

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  13. My favourite Christmas movie is "Love Actually". I would love to watch the Grinch with my kids. None of us have seen it yet.

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  14. Elf is my favorite Christmas movie, so funny. I want to watch The Grinch with my children because I want to see a more in-depth take on it versus the annual special on TV!

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  15. Miracle on 34th St is my favorite. I want to watch The Grinch because I know my family will love it.

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  16. My favorite Christmas movie is Elf! :) I would love to watch the Grinch as I know it would be a huge hit with my family

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  17. My favorite Christmas movie is Christmas With The Kranks. I want to watch The Grinch because my family loves Dr. Seusss.

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