How The Grinch Stole Christmas?

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While consumers wake up at the crack of dawn the day after Thanksgiving to rush to the malls for the best deals of the year, the beginning of the holiday season is marked by the handful of movie marathons featuring holiday classics. The Christmas holiday celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ in the Christian faith has expanded beyond its religious significance and transformed into a cultural phenomenon observed by both believers and non-believers. According to a Pew Research study conducted in 2013, 92 percent of Americans and 96 percent of Christians participate in Christmas festivities. The same study also revealed that 81 percent of non-Christians, including atheists, Buddhists, and Hindus, also observe the holiday. “I do come from…show more content…
While riding on the train, the boy meets other children his age, realizes the magic of Christmas, and receives a precious gift from Santa. Hailed for its exceptional editing and use of motion capture, The Polar Express is a delightful tale for audiences of all ages and best paired with a warm cup of cocoa topped with marshmallows and whipped cream. How the Grinch Stole Christmas Based off of Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas, the film was originally adapted in 1966 as a cartoon TV special and later again in 2000. Much like the previous version, the cinematic adaptation expresses how the festive holiday is about much more than just the presents. The animated musical comedy is the tale of the hermitic green Grinch, voiced by Jim Carrey, who is intent on running the Christmas holiday for the joyful people of Whoville. With a heart described as two sizes two small, the Grinch disguises himself as Santa Clause and empties houses throughout the village of their Christmas trees, ornaments, and…show more content…
The film’s emphasis on how the Christmas holiday is not about the material items but about celebrating together with family and friends will resonate with audiences of all ages. The Santa Clause Providing the audience with answers to some of the most asked questions about Santa Clause and his role during the Christmas season, the film exposes the temporary nature of the position from the very beginning. In the 1994 film featuring Tim Allen as Scott Calvin, Santa Clause falls from the roof after being startled and vanishes, leaving behind the iconic red suit and black boots. Encouraged by his son, Calvin dons on the outfit and soon realizes that he is the new Santa Clause in town. He spends some time learning how to be Santa, putting on weight and growing a luscious white beard in the process. Concerned about Calvin’s so-called hallucinations about being Santa Clause, his ex-wife revokes his custody rights on their son and Calvin seeks to find a way to show her the truth. Orchestrating a Christmas miracle of his own, Calvin convinces her and continues his mission of delivering presents on Christmas Eve as Santa

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