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The Tigger Movie
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on October 31, 2012
Tigger has often sung that "the most wonderful thing about Tiggers is I'm the only one." In this movie, he starts to question that. Why is he the only Tigger? Where are all the other Tiggers? Roo asks a pretty powerful question: "I've got a momma. Don't you have a family somewhere, too?" Tigger seems inspired by the question, and starts trying to connect with his family. Tigger experiences doubts, questions, fantasies, anger, rejection, and questions. Why has no one told him about other Tiggers? Why have his friends lied to him?

Tigger leaves the neighborhood in search of the Tiggers he imagines to be his real family. He doesn't find the other Tiggers, but does realize that his friends love him, and that because of that love, his friends are his family. Tigger declares Roo to be his brother by the end of the movie.

This is a good movie for adoptive families. This song-filled, animated movie features familiar Disney characters: Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Owl, Eeyore, Rabbit, and Christopher Robin. It will most likely appeal to younger children, perhaps up to age ten. However, the theme of longing for a relationship with birth family members is relevant to older children as well. Older children might be convinced to watch The Tigger Movie as part of a family night, and would likely benefit from it.

Parents and friends of adoptees watching the movie can consider how Tigger is feeling, and can place themselves in the roles of the other characters in the film: can they see themselves being loving like Kanga, supportive like Roo, well-meaning but misguided like Owl and Pooh, or cranky about the search, like Rabbit?
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on May 5, 2017
Dear Parents,
If you have a child who wakes up at the crack of dawn like mine does, buy this movie. You can go back to sleep for an hour and your child will learn adorable songs and lessons of kindness and belonging without the brainwashing commercials.
You are welcome.
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on May 8, 2017
Great family movie, good Disney, grandpa and granddaughter enjoyed watch it and most likely watch it many more times. They love Tigger.
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on April 23, 2017
My daughter is obsessed with Pooh & his friends. Just popped this movie in and she really enjoyed it. Laughing and dancing to it.
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on November 3, 2010
The Tigger Movie is one hour and eighteen minutes long and was released in theaters on February 11, 2000. The movie starts off with Tigger bouncing around the Hundred-Acre-Woods and in doing so bothers some of his friends with his bouncing. When Tigger bounces off a rock, the rock lands on Eeyore's home and smashes it. Rabbit has come up with a plan to fix Eeyore's home. Tigger show up and does his Whoopty-Dooper-Loopty-Looper-Alley-Ooper bounce. Tigger had good intentions, but his Whoopty-Dooper-Loopty-Looper-Alley-Ooper bounce send everybody into a mud pit and they wind up getting covered in mud. This gets everyone upset saying the reason they don't with Tigger is because they are not tiggers. Tigger leaves his friends felling a little down on himself and Roo find Tigger and tries to cheer him up. Roo asks Tigger does he has any family Tigger is awestruck that there might be other Tiggers out there and Tigger and Roo head over to Owl's home for help to find his family. Owl talks about his family tree and Tigger start immediately looking for a tree with Tiggers to it. When Roo and Tigger do not find the tree the two of them head back to Tigger's home and Roo suggest that Tigger write a letter to his family. After waiting for a long period of time, Tigger gives up that there are other tiggers out there.

Roo, feeling sorry for Tigger, gets Piglet, Owl, Kanga, Eeyore, and Winnie-the-Pooh together to write a letter to Tigger to cheer him up. Tigger finds the letter the next day in his mailbox and is excited about the letter and wakes everybody up about his letter. Tiggers tells everyone that his family is coming to visit him. The gang is shocked because no one put that in the letter. Owl asks Tigger about the letter and Tigger tells him you have to read between the lines. Tigger sets off to his house to get ready for a family reunion. One by one the gang tries to tell Tigger that there is no family reunion, but just don't have the heart to do it. Roo comes up with an idea to disguise themselves as others tiggers. The plan starts off perfectly, but when Roo decides to do the Whoopty-Dooper-Loopty-Looper-Alley-Ooper bounce his mask comes off and Tigger believes that the gang thinks that Kanga, Roo, Owl, Piglet, Eeyore, and Winnie-the-Pooh are all trying to make him look like a fool. Tigger leaves his him vowing not to return and goes out looking for his family in the middle of a snow storm. Roo is upset and goes over to Pooh's house and Winnie-the-Pooh suggests that an expedition and goes to Rabbit's house to lead the expedition. Rabbit leads the expedition with Roo, Pooh, Piglet and Eeyore to assist in finding Tigger. The group finds Tigger and during the middle of the conversation Tigger causes an avalanche with his shouting. Tigger is able to get all his friends in a tall tree, but is unable to save himself. Roo uses the Whoopty-Dooper-Loopty-Looper-Alley-Ooper bounce to go after Tigger and the two uses the Whoopty-Dooper-Loopty-Looper-Alley-Ooper bounce to rescue them from the fall. In the end Tigger realizes that the residents of the Hundred-Acre-Woods are his family. Overall I did enjoy the with the exception of the rescue part. I just thought the movie could had have a better ending to it. The Tigger Movie gets a B+.

DVD FEATURES

Chapter Selections
Set Up
Bonus Material
1. Tigger Movie Trivia Game
2. Thingamajigger Matching Game
3. Round Your Family Tree
4. Tigger Movie DVD Storybook
5. Kenny Loggins Music Video-Your Heart Will Lead You Home
6. "Round My Family Tree" Sing-Along Song
7. Theatrical Trailer
Preview Trailers
1. Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins

2. The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
3. Toy Story 2
Play

VHS FEATURES

Previews
1. 102 Dalmatians
2. The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
3. Fantasia 2000
4. Toy Story 2
Music Video
* Kenny Loggins Music Video-Your Heart Will Lead You Home
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on March 30, 2017
Love this classic. It's so upbeat and fun.
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on July 21, 2017
Came on time and the product is perfect.
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on January 24, 2014
Our son adores the Winnie the Pooh cast, and this latest addition to our collection didn't disappoint. The themes of loyalty and caring for your friends are pervasive, and there's little for parents to criticize overall. There's a scene with an avalanche which some might consider a bit intense for really little ones, but overall another DVD we'll let our sons watch without having to mute or fast forward.
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on January 2, 2017
we are a fan of Pooh already but Tigger is right there as #2 so my son naturally loves this movie!!
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on June 21, 2017
A very sweet film.
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