While The Iron is Cold: The Grinch, The Crimes of Grindlewald, Girl in the Spider's Web | AndersonVision
The Grinch is an exercise in tedium. The act of stretching a children's book into a TV special was just right. However, two attempts at making a feature length film have shown the act for what it is. Such adaptations are ego strokes for people who think they can one-up Dr. Seuss. The fact remains that they can't do it. No matter the celebrity actor voicing the Grinch, the additions always feel like garbage. Does your kid really care if a movie hits 90 minutes? No, but the studio does. Just look at how the 2000 version messed up Momsen's head.