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Colours dipped in candy floss and children’s thigh beating humour pull the Grinch’s usually wear Grinch All I Need Is Coffee And My Dog It Is Too Peopley Outside Shirt, maggot-fixed fangs and turn Dr. Seuss’s famous story into a somewhat bland Christmas fairy tale that doesn’t want to arouse any interest anywhere. High above the rooftops of Whoville, on a mountain top in a dark cave, lives the Grinch (English version: Benedict Cumberbatch, German version: Otto Waalkes), the crabgram of the city. Nothing goes against the grain more than Christmas and all the contemplative and heartwarming festivities that accompany the Feast of Love. One day he is fed up and plans to steal Christmas with his dog Max. But the clever girl Cindy-Lou Who (Cameron Seely, Xara Eich), who stays up longer on Christmas Eve to catch Santa Claus, makes a big mistake for the Grinch.
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The American author Dr. Seuss was born as Theodor Geisel, son of German immigrants, who spent a lot of time in Switzerland. But in this country his books like “Green Eggs and Ham” or “The Cat in the Hat”, which are among the most popular children’s books in the USA, are hardly known, which is a blessing in the case of the latest film adaptation of The Grinch. Swiss cinemagoers rarely have much appreciated childhood memories linked to the book or earlier films and can therefore see the film unburdened. This increases the viewing pleasure.
This version of the green curmudgeon is much tamer than its predecessors. While the Grinch was portrayed in the book and earlier films as the totally antisocial outsider, this Grinch is more like a grumpy neighbour whose walks through the city are seen as annoying, but nothing out of the ordinary. His “infamous deeds” are tame, limited to spitting in cucumber glasses in the supermarket or cheating at chess. And his faithful companion, a cute dog named Max, is a well fed pet that can even sleep in bed. This Grinch is in his eeriness about Gru aus Ich, simply incorrigible to compare – both films also come from the same stable.
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The British Benedict Cumberbatch is the American voice of the Grinch, which makes you wonder whether US comedians like Steve Carell, Jack Black or Kevin Hart were all unavailable. The Englishman’s voice doesn’t contribute to the quality or comedy of the film, which makes it special. It is one of the few films in which German dubbing with Otto Waalkes as Grinch would probably be preferable to English. But if you want to see the film with small children, you won’t be disappointed. The numerous scenes with Max and his boyfriend, the curvy reindeer Fred, make the youngest viewers happy. The Grinch (Jim Carrey) is green, lives away from the crowd and is in such a chronic bad mood that it’s fun again. The bad mood gets worse and worse as the Christmas holidays get closer. Christmas is the most hypocritical Christmas ever.
The Grinch wasn’t always like that. There’s a child version of Ron Howard’s fantasy comedy “The Grinch” from 2000. The Grinch has always been green and because green is not white, his schoolmates regularly played badly with him. Otherness took on a life of its own and the outcast became an apparently self-determined outsider life.
Everyone – except one – finds the Grinch horrible and leaves out their crude mockery of the boy. That hurts. Only Martha May Whovier (Christine Baranski) gets soft knees and adores the Grinch. To see the stunning Christine Baranski alone in these scenes is worth seeing the 2000 “Grinch”.
All inhabitants of Whoville, from where the Grinch once snuck away, have the ultimate Christmas craze. The whole city is then in a consumer frenzy, as if there were no tomorrow. More, bigger, everything – lighting competition, gift size and quantity and everyone gives everyone the gift that it’s a madhouse. That’s how the Grinch sees it. It’s all about self-portrayal, the meaning of Christmas has long since been undermined, somewhere among the 100 kg of wrapping paper.
One of the wonderful scenes is the “Homestory”. The Grinch lives with his dog in a mountain and slowly goes crazy. He is lonely, in his calendar he has strange appointments, such as what he wants to do on Wednesdays: staring into the abyss. The Grinch is a man of melancholy, but he is indeed evil (unlike in the 2018 animated version). Evil is not artificial – it’s really not good to eat cherries with him. Jim Carrey manages this balancing act between delusion, despair and malice convincingly.
Everyone should atone for it. All those who have ever annoyed the Grinch. All who have never annoyed him. All who know him and all who have never heard of him: Tabula rasa on Christmas Eve in Whoville. Zack, the dog gets a pair of reindeer ears missed and is stretched in front of the sled and off goes the Sause. The Grinch is on his way. The day of the general account is supposed to be Christmas Eve. Let’s go to the gift theft! Of course, the Grinch is wrong when he thinks that gifts, bells and whistles and bits and pieces make up Christmas. The conversion of the green Griesgrams takes place in the middle of Whoville in public. The Grinch experiences affection and Martha looks in love. This is how it can end!
When the days get shorter and darker, when it gets colder outside, when the shop windows slowly appear red and green and golden decorated, in short: When it gets slowly Christmas in Whoville (and also otherwise in the world), then the appetite for Christmas-sweet treats from Stollen to Lebkuchen, from vanilla croissants to roasted almonds also comes. But be careful that you don’t call the Grinch on the plan with the Christmas baking joy. Otherwise – oh ache! – he might even steal all the Christmas cookies!
That’s why the blog Lovelyliciousme.de offers three guaranteed Grinch-certified cake-pop recipes. So off to the Gemeinachts bakery! In our picture gallery we have the ingredients and a simple step-by-step guide for you to bake. Click your way through and: have fun imitating!
About the film: This Christmas will be green and grumpy! THE GRINCH tells the story of a green-haired, cynical sourpuss who lives high above the cheerful village of Whoville in a dreary cave and abhors nothing more than the exuberant Christmas celebrations of the villagers. Nothing and nobody is safe from the whims of the grumpy sourpuss, only his faithful dog Max goes through thick and thin with him; remains faithful to him. When the feast of love is about to begin, the Grinch comes up with a plan as absurd as it is ingenious: He will steal Christmas! You can see the trailer of the movie here.
But he doesn’t expect Cindy-Lou to catch Santa Claus on his Christmas Eve round to thank him for the support of her revised mother. As Christmas Eve approaches, their good intentions threaten to collide with Grinch’s infamous plan. Heartwarming yet comical, visually grandiose, the enchanting story of the true spirit of Christmas unfolds. None other than comedy icon Otto Waalkes will lend the Grinch his unmistakable voice in the German dubbing. His ingenious timing has elevated stupidity to an art form of its own and there is no comedian in Germany who has so successfully inscribed himself in cinema history. For more than five decades, the East Frisian boy from Emden has been thrilling millions of viewers with his witty words. With DER GRINCH, Grinch All I Need Is Coffee And My Dog It Is Too Peopley Outside Shirt, Sweater, Hoodie illumination and Universal Pictures present their eighth animated feature film, based on Dr. Seuss’ popular children’s classic, after the “Ich-Einfach” series, the Minions, Sing and Pets. This Christmas family fun is directed by animation experts Scott Mosier and Yarrow Cheney.