Grumpy Cat is a lonely cat living in a mall pet shop. Because she never gets chosen by customers, she develops a sour outlook on life...until one day during the holidays, a very special 12-...
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Grumpy Cat is a lonely cat living in a mall pet shop. Because she never gets chosen by customers, she develops a sour outlook on life...until one day during the holidays, a very special 12-year-old girl named Chyrstal enters the pet store. She falls in love with her after realizing she is the only person who can hear this unique cat talk, and the two develop a close friendship during the holiday rush. Then one Christmas Eve, Grumpy must reluctantly thwart the kidnapping of an exotic dog she dislikes, and rescue Chyrstal after the mall closes. Through her adventures, will Grumpy learn the true meaning of Christmas? Or will it be, in her words, the "Worst. Christmas. Ever?"Written by
When all hope seemed lost for both a lonely cat and a little girl. They suddenly find themselves finding each other. Grumpy Cat (voiced by Aubrey Plaza) a lonely, very cynical and just down right grumpy teams up with Chrystal (played by Megan Charpentier). Along with other animals at the local mall pet shop they all come together to catch three men Donny (played by Isaac Haig), Zack (played by Evan Todd) and George (played by Roebuck) from stealing a very valuable dog that will set the pet shop owner for life. All in a course of Christmas Eve night. This Lifetime channel and Grumpy Cat Limited movie took what was a very popular internet meme that pictured Grumpy Cat (aka Tardar Sauce) in different pictures pretending to say some funny but what would be taken as a cynical way of life. This, however, was made into a made for TV movie. This movie, while seriously lacking in story was filled with lots of one liners, funny little quips, breaking the fourth wall and making fun of Lifetime itself. The movie didn't take itself seriously. It knew it was a comedy and it showed. This movie was a fluff movie. It was made for entertaining at least children if not a whole family that doesn't mind stuff like this. The production value wasn't really there. It all took place at a mall and in several parts Grumpy Cat actually told you about how tight the budget was. It was funny. The acting was OK. You got a sense of what they were trying to accomplish (which by the way wasn't much). The writing at least when it came to the funny parts was actually funny. However, comedies that take a more of a deep feeling route don't always work and in this movie it bombed. You get what they were trying to say, but it didn't mesh as well as you would have hoped. When the script was being written, the writers should have not put deep feelings into this movie. At least not when you get to some sort of philosophy on life. Overall, the movie wasn't bad. It wasn't that great either. It was entertaining and not a bad way to spend a couple of hours. Especially if it is a couple of hours you need to kill. It is mindless popcorn TV movie entertainment. Don't take more out of it. It is what it is. If you have children they may want to watch it more than once. If you are an adult, you may not care too much to see it again. At least for me. Once was enough and I can appreciate attempt on the entertainment value. I give it 2 Grumpy Cats out of 5..
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