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The Tigger Movie

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All-Reviews.com Movie Review: The Tigger Movie

Starring: Jim Cummings, Nikita Hopkins
Director: Jun Falkenstein
Rated: G
RunTime: 77 Minutes
Release Date: February 2000
Genres: Animation, Family, Kids





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Review by Susan Granger
3 stars out of 4

Though it's destined to have a much longer run on the video shelf than in theaters, this fun-filled, full-length animated feature follows in the wake of Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree (1966) and The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh (1977), adapted from the classic A.A. Milne books. Who doesn't love Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Owl, Kanga, Roo and - in this case - the ever-exuberant Tigger? Written and directed by Jun Falkenstein, based on a story by Eddie Guzelian, it revolves around Tigger's need to find his "gigantically, stripedy" family tree. Voiced by Jim Cummings, Tigger hunts boisterously throughout the Hundred Acre Wood, looking for other Tiggers. But, as he has so often said himself, "The very most wonderful thing about tiggers is that I'm the only one!" What Tigger concludes, of course, is that family isn't just about sharing blood and similar physical features. It's about giving and receiving love from those around you - providing a good lesson for eager, open young minds. The narration by John Hurt sounds wonderfully, authentically British and the animation is not only inventive but amusing. Art director Toby Bluth has chosen line drawings that hark back to the original E.H. Shepard artwork. The colors, the light, and the shading all reflect the Hundred Acre Wood - a real place that one can still visit outside of London. While nothing that will go down in the annals of musical history, the six new songs by Robert and Richard Sherman (Mary Poppins, Jungle Book) are pleasantly tuneful and one, at least, is a terrific tongue-twister. On the Granger Movie Gauge of 1 to 10, Tigger is a toddler's 7 - it's a cuddly cartoon.

Copyright 2000 Susan Granger

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