Grumpy Cat is an Internet meme sensation with over 6 million Facebook friends, who has graced the cover of New York Magazine, is the spokescat for Friskies, appeared on American Idol and the MTV Movie Awards.
After getting fired from her job as a maid at a ritzy New York City hotel, Allie reluctantly accepts a temporary gig as the governess to a young girl who is part of a powerful family in Europe that lives in a castle.
Grumpy Cat is a lonely cat living in a mall pet shop. Because she never gets chosen by customers, she develops a sour outlook on life...until one day during the holidays, a very special 12-year-old girl named Chyrstal enters the pet store. She falls in love with her after realizing she is the only person who can hear this unique cat talk, and the two develop a close friendship during the holiday rush. Then one Christmas Eve, Grumpy must reluctantly thwart the kidnapping of an exotic dog she dislikes, and rescue Chyrstal after the mall closes. Through her adventures, will Grumpy learn the true meaning of Christmas? Or will it be, in her words, the "Worst. Christmas. Ever?"Written by
The black and white cat graphic shown in portions of the opening credits is Grumpy Cat's real life brother, Pokey. See more »
When Donnie and Zack first take the dog to the car and realize they don't have the keys, the car is parked in one space. When they come back later with the security guard, the car is double parked. See more »
Did I just see you driving that Camaro?
Uh yeah, but for the record, it was her idea,
[points to Grumpy Cat]
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This is a low budget Lifetime film based on the internet meme of the Grumpy cat stretched out to full length film with product placements and the like, some wisecracks and a plot that rips off Paul Blart:Mall Cop.
An introverted 12 year old girl, Chrystal can understand the sarcastic thoughts of Grumpy Cat, a cat in a pet store in a mall that is constantly returned by its new owners because of her sour looks.
Grumpy and Chrystal thwart the kidnapping of a valuable dog from bumbling thieves but there is a mastermind who is now after them.
There are a few Home Alone type shenanigans, some off beat humour which the kids will enjoy but you get the feeling it is a mediocre movie to promote Grumpy Cat merchandise who I felt was awfully voiced.
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