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Animation, Comedy, Family
Everyone knows that The Grinch is notoriously grumpy, but how and why did he get that way? This animated version of the Dr. Seuss classic seeks to answer that question, returning to his childhood and the sense of abandonment he felt at having to watch other children in his community celebrating their holidays with their loved ones. Shutting himself away in a cave, he decides one day that he can no longer block Christmas out: he needs to steal it instead! Meanwhile, Cindy-Lou, a young-girl in the nearby village of Whoville is determined to meet Santa Claus, teaming up with a group of friends to track him down. But what dastardly plans does The Grinch have in store? This is a bright, colourful take on the well-known story, combining tremendous fun with gentle messages around family, kindness, and community.
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Lively adaptation of the Dr. Seuss book, with a strong environmental message amidst the nonsense, riddles and giggles!
5–11 years 86 mins
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Today we celebrated the opening of the 6th annual Into Film Festival, marked by five simultaneous screenings of Illumination’s Dr Seuss’ 'The Grinch'.
Viewing time 4 mins
Also in cinemas are 'Wildlife' and 'They Shall Not Grow Old', with 'Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom', 'Faces Places' and 'Uncle Drew' released on DVD.
Reading time 3 mins
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