The Grinch, whose heart is two sizes too small, hates Who-ville's holiday celebrations, and plans to steal all the presents to prevent Christmas from coming. To his amazement, Christmas comes anyway, and the Grinch discovers the true meaning of the holiday. Grinch Snatches christmas.
How the Grinch Stole Christmas, written by Dr. Seus takes place in Who-ville, were a mean, green, cold hearted Grinch lives on top of a mountain. He stares down at the Who’s with disgust, especially during one time of year Christmas. That is until one year he gets fed up, and plots a way to... read more (warning: may contain spoilers)
How the Grinch Stole Christmas, written by Dr. Seus takes place in Who-ville, were a mean, green, cold hearted Grinch lives on top of a mountain. He stares down at the Who’s with disgust, especially during one time of year Christmas. That is until one year he gets fed up, and plots a way to stop Christmas from coming. So he gets his dog, Max, hitches him up to a sled, and drives into town on Christmas Eve Night. Then he slowly begins to steal all there stuff. Ingenius.
He is caught for a minute, by a little girl named Cindy Lou, but he tells her that he’s taking the tree back to the workshop because there is a light that won’t light up on one side. So he’ll take the tree and bring it back, and he gets her some milk and sends her back to bed. Then he stills everything else and waits on top of the hill for the Who’s to wake up and cry. But he doesn’t hear cries, instead he hears singing. That’s when he has an epiphany. He realizes that Christmas isn’t about material things but love and joy, and his heart grows (literally). So then he returns all there stuff, and takes part in the Christmas dinner.
Hands down The Grinch that Stole Christmas is a classic. It’s no secret that I give it ten stars! This movie has been a tradition on Christmas Day since I can remember. What I love about this story is a lesson that should be more emphasized today in all the commercialism, that the season has grown to be over the years. It really should be about Jesus, and the love, warmth, and spirit of simply being together. While I did like the fact that his heart grow, and he did a complete 360, I kind of liked the old grinch. He amused me highly. I have to admit I felt like that once (well truth be told) still do, but about another celebrated occurrence (Valentine’s Day). How I would just *LOVE* to run around on that day popping balloons, and such.
So many funny things to talk about with the Grinch. Number one, was it just me and my cousin or did any one else find it odd that while he was making that Santa Suit, he didn’t include pants? Cause yeah how in the world you gone set out to ruin Christmas with your little green butt out in all that snow? I’m saying that would have deterred my mission right there. Then come on guys, he tied that sled, AND all them presents on that little dogs back, and himself. Max was Waaay too nice. I would have seriously bit the Grinch. Then I know I might be wrong to say this, but I’mma say it anyway, his revenge was Ingenious (totally wrong I know I know) but all the same it was AWESOME.
This book was filled with fabulous! Oh yeah, and might I add I love what the cartoon did with it, and the song. “You’re a mean one Mr. Grinch.” Those have got to be the most coolest visual images!
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