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I’m sure you’ve heard of a green leprechaun who always denies Christmas with All I Need Is Coffee And My Dog Grinch Shirt. He’s the Grinch, a hermit, somewhat bitter, unpleasant and sullen, who appears in many drawings and of whom several film versions have been made. This is a fictional character created by Dr. Seuss, who appears in the 1957 children’s book, How The Grinch Stole Christmas! Because it was so successful, Seuss later came up with many more stories about this green character, with Halloween Is Grinch Night, a special for CBS. This character went deep in all its versions in children. However, his depth made some not understand him and others were afraid of the character. Grinch’s character hates everything to do with Christmas, from gifts to decorations. It is a symbol to go against the more consumerist sense of these dates. In the story, this character rejects his neighbors, and since he doesn’t like Christmas, he decides to steal it from all the neighbors of the town where he lives, Villaquien. He steals each one of the gifts from the houses so that no one can celebrate it.
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But a little girl, Cindy Lou, realizes that in reality she is not a bad being and does the impossible so that the green bug feels happy during these days. After these exploits, the people, although without gifts or adornments, continue to celebrate Christmas. Then the true Christmas spirit emerges, and together with the girl, Grinch discovers what really motivates these holidays. As a result, her heart grows and she realizes the kindness of others. The green leprechaun returns everything he has taken and understands others and celebrates these dates with his neighbors. Several versions of this character’s stories have been made. On the big screen, we remember Jim Carrey playing Grinch, in a film that cost a lot of makeup and characterization. It was said that his suit was made of espandex covered with Jack’s hair and dyed green. All this effort led to the Oscar for Best Makeup. The Grinch is a grumpy, hairy, green being that lives in a cave hidden high up in the mountain. He himself claims that his heart is very small and that’s why he’s a crank who’s always complaining about everything and there’s nothing that’s right for him. His only friend is a little dog named Max, and this for the Grinch is more than enough because he doesn’t need anyone.
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One day, from his den, on top of Mount Crumpit, he begins to hear noises from the city of Villaquien, where its inhabitants, the Who, are enthusiastic about organizing preparations for celebrating Christmas. To him, such joy provokes a rage and an envy that he is unable to control. But he will soon discover what he can do to make that feeling go away: go down to the town and steal all the Christmas decorations and gifts there. That way nobody will be able to enjoy this festivity. The small community of Villaquién (Whoville) prepares to celebrate Christmas with great pomp and excess of attitude. But that Christmas will be different from others; the lonely and bitter Grinch has planned to rob them of their Christmas joy by ransacking every house to take away Christmas gifts and decorations. But the plan will be altered by little Cindy-Lou, who plans to surprise Santa that year with a very special order.
The story is structured around an opposition between the misanthrope Grinch (a strange being who lives far away in the mountains) and the tiresome community of Villaquién, personified by little Cindy-Lou. In a narrative vertex we find a little girl, Cindy-Lou, who lives with her mother and two younger brothers. The girl is very worried because her mother is alone with the upbringing and support of the family, and therefore has planned for this Christmas to face Santa Claus personally to ask that his mother can work a little less. Although there is no paternal figure in the house, nor any indication of the presence of another adult (relative or couple), it is not clear if it is a romantic request or of another order, since the narration leaves this topic ambiguous. In my opinion, this lack of definition weakens an already defective story and is the consequence of a general decision to focus the plot on Cindy, leaving aside the characterisations of the secondary characters, in this case, of the mother who is the main object of Cindy’s action. We don’t know anything about her, nor why she is alone, nor if she is looking for love, or simply a maid, etc.
In the opposite vertex we have the Grinch: a lonely and bitter being who lives next to his faithful dog Max. Warned this year that the mayoress of Villaquién has decreed to celebrate a Christmas three times bigger, he decides to steal the joy and the Christmas attitude from the villagers, under the pedestrian premise that if the gifts and the superficial adornments disappear, the Christmas spirit would disappear in the same act. Determined to replace Santa and deceive anyone who surprises him in the fireplace, Grinch counts on the invaluable collaboration of his faithful dog Max and an obese moose for this feat.
This character constitutes the other structural weakness of the story, as he lacks genuine and dramatically stable motivation; even the characterization is contradictory: on the one hand, he commits “evils” on his visit to Villaquién, but he is empathetic, sensitive and compassionate with his dog and moose. This contradictory characterization annuls all consistent narrative conflict, and there being no such thing the actions are irremediably dependent on visual effects and on the set of more or less graceful situations.
On the other hand, the idea of “stealing Christmas” inevitably takes us back to that great children’s story that is The Nightmare before Christmas (1993), by the brilliant creative team Tim Burton and Henry Selick, which is under every concept at the antipodes of the film we are dealing with today. There, theft was associated with a beautiful misunderstanding of the meaning of Christmas, and such misunderstanding constituted the structural framework of the entire course of the story; in El Grinch, however, there is no such confusion. Jack (the pumpkin king) is a solid, audacious and determined character, and his conduct is guided by a praiseworthy end because he knows what he wants and does not abandon it. The anagnorysis that he is the protagonist of, therefore, All I Need Is Coffee And My Dog Grinch Shirt is so hot, constitutes a real drama; on the contrary, the kaleidoscopic personality of the Grinch prevents us from turning him and his motivation into a clear universe, and the whole development of the character seems more like a case of schizophrenia than of genuine teaching.