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This movie is truly enjoyable. I can watch it may times. My wife and I are
great fans of Winnie the Pooh and particularly Tigger. He can bounces and
can talk really fast. The way that Tigger was looking for his family made
I recommend that movie to everybody that have babies and/or toddlers.
But it should have been a bit longer. 77 minutes is not enough. I have
always loved Disney's animation of the Winnie the Pooh TV show and I was way
excited when I first learned of this movie. 100 acre wood looks as magical
as it always has done and is presented very well in this feature.
The story itself is a bit childish but still manages to have balls when it has Tigger FAIL to find his family. Although I would have liked him too I respect the ending they went for.
Although this film isn't to everyone's tastes (I know it seems a little fruity a guy of 20 can like this film) I say you should see this movie, preferably with kids. It's perfect child fodder and good entertainment. Not just family entertainment. Should be longer though.
In this film, Tigger (voiced by Jim Cummings -- one of the least known yet
well deserved voice actors) basically thinks he has a family, and is elated
when he hears they're coming to the Hundred Acre Woods.
One knows everything that is going to happen in this film, but who didn't know Pooh would get out of Rabbit's hole in the classic "Pooh" film? I for one found that though predictable, "The Tigger Movie" is a film with a message, and it can be enjoyed by all ages. It isn't "rated PG for brief language." It doesn't have small print. It's harmless family fun, and I praise the film on that account. Tigger swearing or aiming a gun at Roo's head just wouldn't do for me (though it would be funny to see on "The Late Show," or something that can twiddle with the animation :)
I give "The Tigger Movie" 3/5 stars -- it has the Disney magic in it.
I thought that this movie was darling. The characters were cute. The story was very good. Everyone who worked on this movie did a wonderful movie. I highly recommend this movie for people of all ages to watch because it was so good.
If you liked Tigger and crew as a child, then go back and see them again.
The kids will enjoy it, and the adults will, too. One can't help but become involved with the characters, and eyes will become misty no matter how hard you fight it.
The songs are original and funny, and even have subtle references that older viewers will catch (they are NOT inappropriate in any way) and younger ones will miss, which allows many age levels to enjoy it.
You have to be quick, though, because Tigger sings faster than he bounces.
The Tigger Movie: With everyone preparing for winter, Tigger (spell that
T-I-double GRR) can't find anyone who will bounce with him. He decides
what he needs to do is find the other Tiggers so he'll have someone to
bounce with whenever he feels the urge. But isn't, the wonderful thing
about Tiggers is that Tigger's the only one?
As you may have already guessed, unlike the previous Pooh adventures this is a Tigger vehicle (and it's about time I say). It has been a long while since I watched the originals, and it felt strange to hear the characters voiced by different people, most notably Eeyore and Rabbit. And did they have so many songs ? I stopped counting at four. Also, I found the inconsistent animation a bit distracting. But whose kidding whom? It was a fun movie, with humor, action, pathos, and resolution, and I bet more than a few people will leave this movie with a tear in their eye.
Take the kids, or just tell them you're one at the wicket.
Starting with a lament from Tigger that all the Winnie the Pooh movies
are about - well - Winnie the Pooh, this movie goes on to meet his
complaint and crafts a story about Tigger, who suddenly decides that
being the only one isn't the most wonderful thing about Tiggers.
Frustrated because he can't get any of his friends to go bouncing with
him, Tigger becomes convinced that there must be a whole family of
tiggers somewhere out there in the Hundred Acre woods, and he sets out
to find them, leading to a series of adventures for all the gang and
disappointment for Tigger, until he suddenly realizes that he didn't
need to go looking for his family - they were right there all the time.
Having adopted my daughter from China a few years ago (at 5, she loves
this movie, by the way) I thought the message was so important: Pooh
and Eeyore and Roo and Kanga and Owl and Piglet and Rabbit were
Tigger's family - because family doesn't have to look like you or even
be the same as you. Family are the ones who care about you and love
you, no matter what.
The movie includes some nice songs and a few laughs (although it isn't really "funny" and also includes a few sad scenes as well.) It's fun for kids and pleasant viewing for adults, too. 9/10
Cast:Jim cummings(Who framed roger rabbit),Kath Soucie(Rugrats),Peter
Cullen(Transformers the movie),Ken sansom(Transformers),John Fielder(Fox
MPAA rating G(although it had an intense avalanche scene in it)
Star rating:5 out of 5 stars(Excellent)
Summary:Its kinda like "Muppets from space" it stars Tigger(Jim cummings) who is starting to get tired of his "I'm the only one" reputation. And then he tries to find his family while Pooh (Jim cummings) and piglet (John fielder) and kanga (Kath soucie) and roo (noptika hopkins in her 1st performance) and owl (andre stojka) and eeyore (Peter cullen) help tigger. While rabbit (ken sansom) isn't all that thrilled with that idea while he is preparing for winter.
Well the cast is very good.The movie is very thrilling.This movie did the original one justice. (It almost surpassed the original)
Its basically the finest animated film featuring Peter cullen ever since "Transformers the movie" (He was optimus prime and ironhide in Transformers the movie).
The sight gags are truly a treat because with "tiggerish" parodies of art pictures like "american gothic","venus de milo" or even things like Jerry Springer. (Don't worry parents it is still a good kids movie anyways).
Its a great treat for all those who remembered the first film & then some. I admit it was quite tear-jerking. It has very fine simplistic animation. And those are just some things I could say. Not too mention that this is one of the finest movies featuring Kenny Loggins music ever since Top Gun.
And there are only 2 disappointments. While cummings did a great job as tigger it was kinda sad that the original voice of tigger (paul winchell) wasn't in the film. Because this could've surpassed the original. What happenend to gopher how come he wasn't in the film? I know its a small question but still.
Quote:Yes you bounced me many times-Pooh
The Tigger Movie is a good movie for kids, but for people who expect the original film (The Classic: The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh) should just stay home. The film is worth seeing if you are a rabid Winnie the Pooh fan, a kid who likes it, or are just a movie buff. The songs are not as creative as last time and the story line isn't as good as the last one(also, you may notice John Fiedler is the only original voice from the first film in this one), but if you are looking for similar characters, some of the same animation techniques, and some new surprises, this film is for you.
*** This review may contain spoilers ***
The Tigger Movie (2000): Dir: Jun Falkenstein / Voices: Jim Cummings, John Fiedler, Ken Sansom, Peter Cullen, John Hurt: Does Tigger not realize that it is useless to mail a letter if you don't know the address? Based on the Disney animation about a boy's stuffed toys that live in a world of their own. Winnie the Pooh riles the others together in a plan to help Tigger experience family. It doesn't occur to him that he is the only species of tiger that bounces on his tail. Examination of Tigger is a good concept but he lacks the sense that he is mentally challenged tiger. The conclusion also solves little. Other characters are a bit better drawn as individuals with the exception of the fact that they all band together to deceive this imbecilic tiger. Winnie the Pooh seems to lead the animals as a lovable bear who craves honey. Roo seems to be the one who understands Tigger the best although that may come from being young. Then there is Piglet who is constantly shivering. Perhaps he should move to some place tropical. John Hurt is a decent actor but somehow had his schedule clear to narrate this film. One would think that this would be beneath him. This is certainly better than Muppets From Space, which examined Gonzo's heritage but its main appeal will be children. Director Jun Falkenstein does a fine job at following the cartoon with its simple colourful world but it also drives a theme of individuality. Score: 6 / 10
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