One Hateful Who with a Vicious Plan Who can hate Christmas you might ask? As evil and Jealousy cross the mind of a mysterious Who, the Crunch has an awful, yet brilliant idea to steal the beloved holiday we know as Christmas. The award-winning movie and book, How the Crunch Stole Christmas, has been a classical Christmas time movie since the sass’s. Written by the author that many kids are familiar with, the famous Dry. Issues is the mastermind behind this miraculous story.
As Ron Howard brings Dry. Issue’s masterpiece to life by directing each and every scene, the world of Who-Vile is created into a motion picture film. Don Petersen uses his skills as a professional cinematographer to build the setting of the story into a beautiful, winter wonderland. Jim Carrey plays the voice of a green haired Who, whom hates anything and everything about world of Who-Vile, including Christmas. “No one quite knows the reason. It could be perhaps that his shoes were too tight.
It could be his head wasn’t screwed on Just right. But I think that the most likely reason of all may have been that his heart was two sizes too small. ” The Crunch lies at the peak of Mount Crumpet, which looks over the cheerful town of Who-vile, filled with the many caring citizens ho are eager for Old Saint Nick to arrive soon. Baffled by the thought of someone hating Christmas, Taylor Mosses plays the role of a curious young girl, Cindy Lou Who, that wants to get to know the humble heart of the Crunch for herself.
As she begins to talk to the cold hearted Crunch, he gets the repulsive idea to steal Christmas this year. Dressed up in a raggedy Santa costume, the Crunch sneaks into every home in Who-vile, stealing all their Christmas decorations, the carefully wrapped presents, all the delicious Christmas dinner food, and anything he wishes to take back up the mountain in his proto type sled. Christmas morning soon approaches the town of Who-vile, but the thing is, the Who’s do not mourn about the huge lose they have had upon their town and their selves.
Instead they begin to celebrate and praise that Christmas is here. They hold hands and sing with their neighbors and act as if nothing had happened. The Crunch hears all the cheering and is very puzzled by it, but then he realizes that the presents, the feasts, the decorations and all the preparation for Christmas is not what the holiday is about. “And what happened then? Well in Who-vile they say that the Gringo’s small heart ere three sizes that day!
And the minute his heart didn’t feel quite so tight, he whizzed with his load through the bright morning light, and he brought back the toys! And the food and the feast! And he himself, The Crunch carved the roast beef! ” The mean old Crunch finds his inner spirit and realizes that Christmas is much more important than all nonsense that it may seem to be about. This outline sets the tone to be one heart-warming story that is sure to bring a sense of gratification to the audience by portraying a theme of holiday spirit. The Crunch By canonically