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The Grinch by Abby Cox


The Holiday classic “How The Grinch Stole Christmas” plays several times during the holiday season. Live action and the animated version of the movies make their way to our T.V.s. Some pick the Live action well others stick to the classic animated version.

Junior Michael Hickey says he prefers the human version.
“It’s more authentic and realistic,” Hickey said.
The human version starring Jim Carrey seems to be a favorite in the younger generation. The live action came out after the animated and was likely to catch the younger viewers eyes.
Mrs. Vaughan likes the animated version.  “It’s very sentimental,” Vaughan said.
The older generations seem to prefer the animated version because of the time frame which it was released. The two adults that were interviewed believed the animated one was the best one.
When asked about which movie she liked Ms. Ball said the animated version.
“It’s original,” said.
I hope that people can agree that The Grinch will play on for many more Christmases to come. The opinion on the better Grinch seems to be staying a conflict. This debate is surely not resolved.

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