Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever

2014

Adventure / Comedy / Family

150
IMDb Rating 5 10 2,165

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Cast

Aubrey Plaza as Aubrey Plaza / Voice of Grumpy Cat
Daniel Roebuck as George
Megan Charpentier as Chrystal
Tyler Johnston as Gill Brockman
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795.16 MB
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English 2.0
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23.976 fps
87 min
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1.44 GB
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English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
87 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by benjaminweber 3 / 10 / 10

Saying your film is terrible doesn't excuse it from being terrible

If you have seen Paul Blart: Mall Cop, you have seen this film. If you haven't seen Paul Blart: Mall Cop, either watch that instead or avoid this film for all the same reasons you're avoiding Paul Blart: Mall Cop. This film is exactly what you'd get if The Asylum made a mockbuster of Paul Blart: Mall Cop called Paw Blard: Mall Cat, then someone else made an amateur review of it on YouTube by occasionally cutting away from the film to video of their cat with them making sarcastic comments about the film.

Reviewed by flatfacedfriends 9 / 10 / 10

Surprisingly amusing

I started watching it with extremely low expectations, just because I think Tardar Sauce is a cute cat and I enjoy the Grumpy Cat memes. But I actually enjoyed it. Sure, it's corny, but it doesn't take itself seriously and isn't afraid to laugh at itself. Case in point - one of the scene transitions is from the old batman show, with Grumpy's picture instead of Batman's in front of a whirling background. The transitions to commercials are half the reason to watch the movie. The rest of it is a silly feel-good movie that manages not to cross the line into stupid. Just a fun laugh with an adorable furry star. The kid is good, too.

Reviewed by estreet-eva 9 / 10 / 10

Grumpy Cat - Misunderstood Dark Genius?

Sharp-eared viewers who catch Aubrey Plaza (as Grumpy Cat) introduce Meghan Charpentier's white-trash-named and spelled "Chrystal" as "part of the last generation on a dying planet" understand they are in for a seditious battering of all things bright and beautiful. Grumpy Cat's venom spews equally over Chrystal, Christmas, modern American mall culture, parenting, and all the tenants of Lifetime movies. How this thing finagled a "G" rating is a thing of mystery if no other reason than a fantasy sequence when Grumpy is tied down and gassed to death. The movie doesn't break as much as just ignores the fourth wall with Grumpy returning from commercial breaks expressing disbelief that the audience is still watching and wonder why you don't do something more productive with your limited lifespan. When the plot slows, bubbles with Grumpy in them appear to lampoon the current action or to just talk about something more interesting. Evan Todd and Isaac Haig as the baddies (although everyone comes across as fairly useless) trade quips worth of a Tarantino film with out the sickening pretense. Daniel Roebuck as super creepy mall guard "George" brings a discomforting weirdness particularly when he hits on young, female mall workers. If it all sounds like the satire of the standard Lifetime Christmas movie went a little overboard then you got that right. In short, if you like your chocolate Santa's and your comedies dark, this is a must see (keep the kids away from it).

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