Delightful songs and good cheer.
When it comes to Pooh stories, a shortage of ambition and reluctance to improve on success should be counted as assets. full review
The Tigger Movie falls short of recent children's animated features.
A conflicted entertainment, compromised by trying too hard to impress the restless, self-referential adults in the audience. full review
A pale imitation of the original Winnie the Pooh Disney shorts of the '60s.
The magical world of Pooh is always delightful to watch, even through a dirty lens.
The songs seem to have been written over lunch at the Disney cafeteria. full review
The story isn't a grabber.
The dialogue is kid-level funny and the animation often has the manic energy of Alice in Wonderland. full review
Anybody who first saw Tigger and learned the wonderful things about him more than 20 years ago is going to feel great, as will the very young who have been raised on Pooh and Co., one of the few cartoons that avoids hostility and violence. full review
This Tigger outing feels more like an overblown TV special than a grand theatrical release. full review
In spite of its shortcomings, children love these characters and will enjoy Tigger.
One of the movie's strengths is the score by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman. full review
There's something about The Tigger Movie that exemplifies the subpar state of movies today.
The movie is so refreshingly subtle and sweet compared to other recent Disney features.
Parents and older siblings, however, may grow impatient with the uneven execution that weakens the genuine charm the film sporadically exhibits. full review
Even though the animation is still sharp, the writing is flat.