How the Grinch Stole Christmas
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The Grinch: Blast this Christmassy music. It's joyful and triumphant.

Mayor: And now, it's time for the moment we've all been waiting for!
Grinch: Ah yes! My award. And the check!
Mayor: There's no check.
Grinch: Are you sure? Because I really thought I heard someone mention a check.
Mayor: There is NO CHECK!

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The Grinch: I'm all toasty inside. And I'm leaking.

The Grinch: Am I just eating because I'm bored?

The Grinch: All right, you're a reindeer. Here's your motivation: Your name is Rudolph, you're a freak with a red nose, and no-one likes you. Then, one day, Santa picks you and you save Christmas. No, forget that part. We'll improvise... just keep it kind of loosey-goosey. You hate Christmas! You're gonna steal it. Saving Christmas is a lousy ending, way too commercial. Action!
[Max knocks off the nose.] The Grinch: Brilliant! You reject your own nose because it represents the glitter of commercialism. Why didn't I think of that? Cut, print, check the gate, moving on.

Continuity mistake: After the Grinch unscrews the light bulb in the town Christmas tree, all the lights in the town go dark and the Grinch starts to take off in his sled-thing. When they show a close up of him, the lights are on. Then a few seconds later, the lights are off again.

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Trivia: When the Grinch takes the table cloth from the table, everything on the table was supposed to fall off. When Jim Carrey yanked out the cloth however, everything stayed in place. Jim immediately walked back to the table and improvised knocking everything off and then knocking the table over.

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