The Tiger Who Came to Tea (2019) 1080p

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Genres:
Animation | Family
Resolution:
1920*1072
Size:
456.90M
Quality:
1080p
Frame Rate:
25 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
Run Time:
23 min
IMDB Rating:
6.8 / 10 
MPR:
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Downloaded:
278
Seeds:
42
Peers:
6
Directors: Robin Shaw [Director] ,


Movie Description:
A young girl befriends a tiger and invites him over for tea.

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Reviews

As some others.. What is the point to it??

The animation is different, almost a verbatim photocopy from a childrens book.. So high marks for it?? Meh...This is a children's story.. so where is the little lessons/morals that are usually part of the process?? I only observed a quiet family rolling over and being taken advantage of by a rude, pushy and uncouth visitor.. IMO sometimes people overrate things for some crazy reasons.

I want a Tiger to come for tea!!!

What a greedy little Pussycat the tiger is? I think if I had been the Mother I would have asked him to leave for being so rude, but what a curious thing to happen on a wet day, a tiger coming for tea?

It's a cute little story if a bit odd and without any specific destination.I'm not sure it was worth paying such big names for the small amount of script that there was, but I did like Robbie's song that went with it. It just seemed oddly appropriate.

The artwork was brilliantly done. I liked the way the room was sometimes just a white background with a table or that the background might change colour dependant upon what was happening or being said. The camera also seemed to follow them as if it was a live action film.

I would definitely read the original book to my own kids and show them the film to go with it, but I don't think that it's one that I need to see so regularly as an adult, unlike the Raymond Briggs Christmas Trilogy and 'The First Snow Of Winter', which I insist upon seeing at least once yearly.

Simply Beautiful

A modern film made in a style from days gone by. Absolutely charming and a faithful representation of the much-loved book. The animation, acting and music are all magnificent. This little film is full of nostalgia and cannot fail to bring a smile to your face.
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