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The Tigger Movie (10th Anniversary Edition + Digital Copy)


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Product Details

  • Actors: John Hurt, Ken Sansom, Kath Soucie, John Fiedler, Andre Stojka
  • Directors: Jun Falkenstein
  • Format: Animated, Color, DVD-Video, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.66:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • MPAA Rating: G
  • Studio: Buena Vista
  • Release Date: Aug. 4 2009
  • Run Time: 77 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0028OH54K
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #61,373 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

Product Description

Experience a fun-filled celebration of friendship in the beloved Pooh tradition with this special 10th anniversary edition of THE TIGGER MOVIE. Share the excitement with all your friends from the Hundred Acre Wood as Tigger sets off on an amazing adventure. He's hoping to find fellow tiggers to play with, and along the way he'll discover something even more remarkable: the true meaning of family! Featuring original songs by the award-winning Sherman Brothers (MARY POPPINS), plus two new-to-DVD Tigger stories, this timeless Pooh classic will bounce its way straight into your heart!Bonus Features Include: THE NEW ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH: King Of The Beasties, DisneyFile Digital Copy, THE NEW ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH: Tigger's Houseguest, THE TIGGER MOVIE Interactive Trivia Game, Thingamajigger Matching Game, Kenny Loggins Music Video: Your Heart Will Lead You Home, Round My Family Tree Sing-Along Song, Disney DVD Storybook: THE TIGGER MOVIE, How To Make Your Own Family Tree, Theatrical Trailer

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4.1 out of 5 stars

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jefferson T. Packer on March 26 2004
Format: DVD
Sitting on the couch with my 2 year old son, I've become something of a connoisseur of children's movies at this point. To be blunt, most of the modern "Pooh" films from Disney are pretty much garbage. The Piglet and Roo movies are especially painful, and got tossed out after about 1/2 a viewing each. In both of those, the characters are just being yanked and shoved through the motions by a giant, souless marketing machine that is determined to squeeze yet more cash out of them, even if it has to kill them in the process.
This "Tigger Movie" is different though. Again and again I found that it moved me to tears, and the story, animation and writing all hit home, almost like they were created by people who actually cared deeply about what they were doing. So far, it's the only one of the modern Pooh films I've seen that captures much of the original Disney/A.A. Milne magic. My son loves it too.
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By A Customer on June 7 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Tigger has been wandering throughout the whole Hundred-Acre Wood in hopes that someone will bounce with him. Unfortunetly, everyone is to busy getting ready for the coming Winter. When Eeyore's house is smashed, everyone pitches in to help. To everyone's (except Roo's) dissapointment, Tigger comes to help. Quite by accident Tigger ruines everything. A very angry Rabbit suggests that Tigger go off and find other Tiggers to bounce with. But Tigger is "The only one" of his kind. Or is he? After Tigger finds an empty locket in his closet, he is sure it belonged to someone in his family .Tigger begins a quest to find his family with Roo at his side. Soon enough, Roo suggests that they all write a letter to Tigger that's from his family. Once the fake letter arrives, Tigger believes that it's really from his family and he supposes they are coming to visit. The gang decides that the only way to make Tigger happy is to get into Tigger costumes and pretened to be Tiggers. Everyone (except Rabbit, who thinks everybody is crazy) arrives at Tigger's house and they all have a ball ,until Roo attempts to do a special bounce that only Tigger can do, and his costume slips off. Dissapointed, Tigger runs away into the fierce blizzard in the dark Winter night.
I found this movie a bit dramatic for a Winnie the Pooh movie. Disney's animation was to complex for this movie. Tigger seems to have gained weight since his last movie appearence in "Pooh's Grand Adventure." I'm very pleased that Disney incorporated Kanga and Roo into the movie though Roo's parts were incredibley dramatic, but Kanga stayed as her goodnatured, motherly self. I think the movie's plot was to sad and depressing. Tigger has lost his bounce. The Hundred-Acre Wood is to gloomy. The script is to much.
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Format: DVD
The Tigger movie is good harmless family fun. Something felt a little out of place in this little story though. I think my feelings can best be expressed by these two verses from Kenny Loggins song House on Pooh Corner.
christopher robin and i walked along as the branches lit up by the moon
posing our questions to owl and eyore as our days disappeared all too soon
but i wandered much farther today than i should and i can't seem to find my way back to the woods
so help me if you can i've got to get back to the house at pooh corner by one
you'd be surprised there's so much to be done
count all the bees in the hive
chase all the clouds from the sky
back to the days of christopher robin and pooh
This is a tough review for me to write as I don't want to offend the people who liked this film. While I think it was a good story, I think it forgot its place. I would love to say The Tigger Movie is full of rouncy trouncy pouncy fun fun fun fun fun. But in spite of all the smiles on the cover. I was a little surprised to see Tigger spending most of the film in a blue funk and wrestling with some heavy duty family issues.
Tigger being a little too much fun for the others is advised to go find someone who likes to bounce. Tigger goes out looking for someone like himself. Gone for days, Tigger returns disappointed. Hearing about how everyone has a "family tree" Tigger takes it literally and writes a letter addressed to his tree. Noticing how profoundly disturbed Tigger was getting waiting for a response, Roo gets everyone in on writing Tigger a phony letter from his family. The letter snaps Tigger out of his anxious state and begins planning a huge party. Tigger is totally invested in his excitement of having his bouncy family there. Uh oh, bigger trouble.
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Format: VHS Tape
The Tigger Movie brings back the gang. But Tigger is now voiced by Jim Cummings (Who stills plays Winnie The Pooh). And it seems that Tigger does or doesn't have a family like his best friend Roo (voiced by Nikita Hopkins). But Tigger doesn't know that his pals is his family. And this time Tigger wishes that he has a Tigger family. But he is the only one? Or is he?
So Tigger decides to find his family. And he brings his problem to the bird named Owl (Andre Stojka). Owl starts one of his family stories that he is famous for. This is right after a rock gets on gloomy Eeyore's (Peter Cullen) house of sticks. And Rabbit (Ken Sansom) comes up with a plan to remove the rock from Eeyore's home. And calls it, "Rabbit's Rock Remover".
And Tigger shows up and gets it off by bouncing. And ruins Rabbit's plan. And Roo askes Tigger if he had a family out there. So Owl suggets that Tigger looks up his family tree. Winnie the Pooh, Piglet (John Fiedler), and Eeyore joins in on Tigger's and Roo's search for Tigger' family.
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