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The New 'The Grinch' Is A Must See Movie

You're a mean one, Mr. Grinch


Although nothing can top the original Jim Carey version of Dr. Seuess' 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas' the new 2018 version is a movie everyone must go see. This movie will put you in the best mood for the upcoming holidays.

The storyline of this film differs a little bit from the Jim Carey version. Yes, the Grinch still lives in a cave on top of Mt. Crumpet with his little dog max. The main idea the Who's have for this year's celebration is to make Christmas 3 times bigger. Yet the Grinch has a different idea of a perfect Christmas . . . STEAL IT.

For starters, the soundtrack is something that'll spice up your Christmas spirit this season. The songs are catchy and I'm sure you'll be adding them to your playlist. You can find it on YouTube or Apple Music if you want a sneak peek.

Throughout the show, there is a really good sense of humor. Benedict Cumberbatch the voice of the Grinch does a really good job. He knows just the tone to use for each line which makes the movie that much better. Not only does the Grinch have a better sense of humor, but so do all the Who's of Whoville!

Mr. Grinch is nicer to his dog Max. In the previous movie, the Grinch was always nasty to his little dog who just wanted love from his green fury friend. This will make all you dog lovers happy.

Another thing that changed from the first movie was Cindy Lou. Don't expect to see her hair on top of her head when you go see this motion picture cause it's not there. Cindy Lou also has a group of friends that she calls her gang. They help her come up with a plan on how to catch Santa Claus.

"Maybe Christmas doesn't come from a store. Maybe Christmas, . . . perhaps . . . means a little bit more."

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The Ultimate 'Avengers: Endgame' Drinking Game That Will Have You Saying ‘ANOTHER!’

A little liquid courage may come in handy when you're saving the universe.


After 10 years, 18 movies, and 20 Stan Lee cameos, the Marvel franchise is giving fans answers to all their questions (or at least we hope) in "Avengers: Endgame." After "Infinity War" left fans speechless, in tears, and shocked to see Thanos' "snap" take away characters they'd grown to love, only a few noble heroes remain. All may seem lost, but if we've learned anything about the Avengers, we know that nothing is truly over until Stan Lee says so. That being said, liquid courage is practically a requirement to get through "Avengers: Endgame" in one piece.

What you'll need:

A Hulk-sized drink of your choice, refills, and the film itself.

The rules:

Take a sip, take a shot, or just start chugging as the film dictates. Feel free to add in your own universe-saving rules to help your liver make it to the final credits. Please drink responsibly.

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Christmas Of Remembrance Series: My Last Letter

Christmas time is not about the gifts... It is about something far, far more special.


Dear Reader,

Thank you for your time.

This is a series that I have dedicated to those I have loved and lost. It was merely a thought, then an idea, and now a realized creation. Christmas time… all winter really is a hard time for me. It holds this duality in my life of being both my favorite and also my least favorite and difficult time of year. It has been that way for years now.

In a way, this series aids my closure and healing further, and it allows me to tell my story in a way that, to me, is less scary (one of the many great facets of this platform). It was never my intention to write this in order to reach people, or encourage people, or serve as an inspiration to anyone. This was for me and only me. No one else. But, if these pieces of writing do impact someone, somewhere, or make them feel encouraged or inspired in some way or another, or just simply make them feel, then I hope you have enjoyed them. If I can make someone feel, then I guess I have done my job.

The life of an artist is often an uncertain one. The life of a human is a trying one. But life is a journey, and all journeys have their trials. Their tests. Their triumphs and rewards. And they all have their losses. What matters most is what you make of all of it. What lessons you learn. What changes you make. What life you create for yourself. What art you create because of it all. It can be very, very hard. But it can all be glorious at the same time.

At the heart of this series, my words, there is this deep and valuable belief of mine: Christmas (or the Winter Holiday that you may celebrate) is so much more about presents and cooking and shopping and all that other bullshit… it is about family.

The family that is related by blood. The family that surrounds your heart. Your Mom. Your brother. Your dearest friends. The bonds that make life valuable. Worth living. These bonds are soulful bonds, ones that are far more special than any mere trivial object. So… be with them. Forgive. Forget. Heal. Mend what is broken. Reassemble what has been shattered. And stop worrying so much. Laugh together. Cry together. Heal on another. Heal together. And may your new days be better, brighter, and full of love.

Happy Holidays.


A song for you...

"Sense of Home" — Harrison Storm / YouTube

If you liked this series, I invite you to check out my previous article below…

To My Fellow 孤, The Sons Without Fathers On Father’s Day

As well as this article by a fellow creator…

What You Learn Losing A Parent So Young

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