The Grinch (2018)
Grinch: [trying to sneak into Whoville; in a strained whisper] This is the loudest snow I've ever heard in my life!
Grinch: [looks at Fred] Well, Santa had eight reindeer, he looks like he ate the other seven.
Grinch: I specifically bought enough food to last me until January. How much emotional eating have I been doing?
Narrator: And the Grinch raised his glass, and led the Whos in a toast.
Grinch: To kindness and love, the things we need most!
Donna Who: Um, what are you doing with my bowling ball?
Cindy-Lou Who: Chasing it.
Donna Who: I see, and you're taking it where?
Cindy-Lou Who: It's a secret.
Mr. Bricklebaum: I don't know what's in this cake but I think I just saw Santa Claus. I'ma get me another slice!
Grinch: Max, I'm promoting you. YOU will guide my sleigh tonight!
Grinch: It was me. I stole your Christmas. I stole it because I thought it would fix something from the past. But it didn't.
Donna Who: How did I get such a wonderful daughter like you?
Cindy-Lou Who: I don't know. Sometimes you just get lucky.
Donna Who: If so, then I really did.
Cindy-Lou Who: So did I. I love you, Mom.
Donna Who: I love you too, sweetheart.
Donna Who: Buster, we've talked about this, your brother's head is not breakfast.
Grinch: Today was - grr-eat! We did mean things, AND we did them in style.
Grinch: If I'm gonna become Santa, then I need to get into character.
Grinch: What's this?
Who Lady: Excuse me! Are you getting that? I need it for my Christmas stuffing.
Grinch: Mmm, no.
Who Lady: Well, that's not very nice.
[Grinch drops it on the floor and it shatters, she stamps her foot]
Who Lady: Oh sugar plums.
Mr. Bricklebaum: Hey, who taught Mabel how to use the doorbell? That's awesome!
Donna Who: [trying to unclog the kitchen sink] What did you put down here, a roller skate?
Cindy-Lou Who: No, just batter. Mrs. Wilbur and I made cookies.
Donna Who: [on the phone] No, I can't, I have a list of errands today a mile long, and the babysitter left the sink clogged up! No, I'm not complaining, I'm venting, there's a difference.
Grinch: [Max is giving him puppy eyes, hoping to gain sympathy] Max, you know the rules. You sleep in your bed and I sleep in-
[notices Fred is also giving him puppy eyes]
Grinch: Oh, no, no! Not you, too! I don't believe this. Max, did you teach him puppy eyes?
Narrator: As he looked at the girl, he felt like he would melt. If he did what she did, would he feel what she felt?
Narrator: Then he got an idea. An awful idea. The Grinch got a wonderful, awful idea.
Grinch: [smiles wickedly] I know what to do. I'm going to STEAL their Christmas!
Grinch: [to Bricklebaum] Sorry, can't hear you. I don't speak 'Ridiculous'.
Grinch: Beautiful, isn't it, Max? This, my little friend, is the Rein-horn. It perfectly recreates the mating call of the reindeer. Behold.
[blows it, but instead attracts a goat]
Grinch: Oh, hey there. Sorry, little goat. I was calling for a rein-
[the goat suddenly screams at him and Max]
Grinch: What was that? Scram! Skedaddle! Strange goat.
[he and Max run off]
Donna Who: Don't do anything I wouldn't do!
Cindy-Lou Who: Roger that, Mom!
[grabs inner tube and slides downhill]
Narrator: Yes, the Whos down in Whoville liked Christmas a lot, but the Grinch - in his cave north of Whoville, did not!
Grinch: [to Fred and Max, showing them a wrapped present] The present! THIS is our enemy! You WILL want to unwrap it.
Grinch: And... play with it.
[Fred and Max exchange confused looks. The Grinch starts to slowly pull the present's ribbon, but regains his senses and tosses the present aside]
Grinch: But you must NOT! If you can get past the present, the only obstacle left is...
[holds out a Santa-shaped sugar cookie]
Grinch: THE COOKIE. Look at it in all its red, sugary splendor.
[Fred tries to grab the cookie with his mouth, but the Grinch takes it away]
Grinch: No, no, no! Look at yourselves! Discipline! We must...
[Fred snatches the cookie from the Grinch's hand and eats it. The Grinch sighs in disgust]
Narrator: All this excess and nonsense. It was all about greed. About meaningless stuff that they didn't even need. The Grinch went to work. He scooped up the toys. He raced against time. He raced against joy.
[Cindy-Who Lou and her group is going through the Ice Maze]
Cindy-Lou Who: [to her group] All right everybody, brace yourselves. In exactly 48 hours, we are going to do something, that's never been done before.
Cindy-Lou Who: We're gonna...
Cindy-Lou Who: [shows the huge lighted statue of Santa Claus] ... trap Santa Claus!
Narrator: From the place that you come from to beyond what you see, is a town like your town, if your town was a dream. Only it's not a dream, or a hoax, or a ruse. It is Christmas in Whoville, the home of the Whos.
Cindy-Lou Who: [to the Grinch, after accidentally running over him with her inner tube] I'm sorry for bumping into you but this is really important. Have you seen my letter?
Grinch: [growls in frustration] And that, right there, Max, is the true nature of the Who child. Just right to, "Me, me, me. My letter. Me, me, me."
Cindy-Lou Who: No! You don't understand. This isn't just A letter. This is THE letter.
Grinch: [turns to face her] Oh, really? Let me guess. Small child, December 20th, rapidly searching for a 'really important' lost letter. Might it be your list of demands to Santa?
Cindy-Lou Who: They're not demands! It's more like a wish. And what I'm wishing for is really, really important.
Grinch: Well then, why send a letter? I mean, if it's really that important, you should just ask him face-to-face.
Grinch: Oh, but that's right! No one's ever seen him! My bad.
[turns to leave; coldly]
Grinch: C'mon, Max. Let's get out of here.
Cindy-Lou Who: [waves to Max] Bye, doggy.