Atom User Reviews for Dr. Seuss' The Grinch
Nobody can redo the grinch after jim Carrey performance
The screaming yak steals the show lol
beautiful animation and movie altogether
Much better than I ever expected and the musical score by Danny Elfman was top notch. I though the film makers did a great job of retelling a semi-stale story and they included just enough fresh material to keep it entertaining. Highly recommended for a family with just enough new material for mom & dad to enjoy.
Great family movie. Good movie to kick off the holidays.
This was an amazing movie! Loved it, my daughters loved it, great great movie!
The original is way better and at times it felt like the plot was slow to take off and develop. It was cute and had its funny moments.
It has a great meaning! Especially with all this negativity in this world. I think everyone should go see this.
It was really cute. My two year old loved it.
My son was pretty upset they didn’t sing YOUR A MEAN ONE MR GRINCH
Great updated family movie.
great movie looking forward to seeing it again
my kids loved it 😁
Great family movie for the holidays!
My son enjoyed very much it reminded me of my childhood
Shows a great lesson to kids
Fun holiday movie. A familiar story with a fresh new look
It was good and great animation
I recommended 👍🏻
I loved it,it put me in a good mood.
My 12 year old son loved it and my baby loved the bright colors of the scenery. Good movie!
Definitely a family friendly movie. If you’ve seen the original this isn’t any different however, the animation of this movie does make it a bit more adventurous & exciting. Not really a must see but if you’re looking for something to get you started for the holidays this would be a start.
a super funny movie
Movie was in Spanish and no where did it mention that it would be in Spanish
hey let's make it ghetto and PC.sucked.
Cute movie for the kids.
The filmmakers believe they have better emotional beats at the end than what that hack Dr. Seuss came up with—and in the process make the Grinch pathetic and practically groveling.
What the production may have lost in a “nasty-wasty skunk” of an antagonist, it gains in an inspired voice cast (led by Benedict Cumberbatch) and a dazzlingly merry and bright visual palette.
The filmmakers preserve Seuss’s narrative beats but strain to replicate his whimsical spirit.