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Grumpy Cats Worst Christmas Ever

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Lonely Grumpy Cat lives in a mall pet shop where she never gets chosen by customers. Until one day during the holidays, a very special 12-year-old girl named Chyrstal enters the pet store and adopts Grumpy Cat, only to discover that the two can communicate with one another.
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Las Vegas Weekly
A cross between a crass piece of holiday marketing and the kind of thing that might air on Adult Swim in the middle of the night.
November 26, 2014
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
One can't help but wish all this meta commentary had been grafted onto a better story and a better movie that didn't feel like such a cheap rush job.
November 28, 2014
Common Sense Media
Grumpy Cat's thriving merchandise line is the obvious motivation behind this otherwise forgettable movie.
November 28, 2014
HitFix
[It] has some funny lines from Plaza while occasionally inserting Grumpy Cat into ridiculous situations, but is mostly trying to do what it can within the limitations of its budget, its network and its leading feline.
December 01, 2014
Washington Post
Grumpy Cat's Worst Christmas Ever could use a whole lot more of Plaza's ad-libbed derision for the entire project and the suckers who find themselves watching it. The claws do come out, but the scratches just aren't deep enough.
December 02, 2014
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
There's a plot, which any of us could have written in our sleep.
December 01, 2014
AV Club
The best way to describe the film as a whole would be if Bill And Ted's Excellent Adventure, Home Alone, Garfield, icanhascheezburger, product placement, commercial breaks, outdated cultural references, suburban community theater, and acid had a baby.
November 28, 2014