Nothing kicks off the holiday season better than a meow-velous mall adventure with Grumpy Cat! Fans loved watching their favorite sour feline star in Lifetime’s ‘Worst Christmas Ever’, and apparently they can’t get enough of it!
Looks like a new guilty pleasure has emerged for many: Grumpy Cat‘s Worst Christmas Ever. We were beyond thrilled when we learned that Lifetime gave everyone’s favorite meme character a starring role in the original film, and couldn’t wait to see what kind of trouble she would get into. Worst Christmas Ever premiered on Lifetime on Nov. 29, and Grumpy Cat fans have been watching and re-watching the adorable holiday flick. Here’s what people are saying!
‘Worst Christmas Ever’: Fans’ Reaction to Grumpy Cat In Lifetime Film
People seemingly enjoyed the film’s very self-aware sense of humor and clearly thought it hit home in all the right places.
— Maritza Lugo (@PolaRoid_Rage) November 30, 2014
Clearly I made my mom get up at 3am to feed me and turn on the Grumpy Cat movie again. Sleep? What’s that? #WorstChristmasEver
— Opie the Blind Cat (@opietheblindcat) November 30, 2014
— Jorge Uribe (@capt_marvelous) November 30, 2014
I hope the Academy is watching this. #WorstChristmasEver
— Danielle Therriault (@Satiricd) November 30, 2014
I might have DVR’d the Grumpy Cat movie…on Lifetime. …I may be watching it now. …and I could be liking it. Don’t tell anyone… — Mike Seibert (@seibert_mike) November 30, 2014
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In the film, Grumpy Cat lives unhappily in a mall pet store. It’s not long though before a 12-year-old girl becomes fond of her and is the only one who can hear her talk. They develop a bond and stop a pet kidnapping in the mall, all while discovering the true meaning of Christmas. It’s a heartwarming holiday flick that you definitely don’t want to miss!
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Did you love Worst Christmas Ever or did you think it was the worst Christmas film ever? Tell us your thoughts below!
— Julianne Ishler