A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this movie.
Not letting jealousy get the best of you. Accepting that a good friend will still be in your life even if they make new friends. Reciprocating when a friend does something nice for you. While the characters are good-hearted, Rabbit is a little bossy.
Positive Role Models
All the characters are kind to one another, though Rabbit is bossy. Sometimes Piglet is too nice -- he'd rather run away than confront Tigger and tell him that all his "help" is making his life miserable.
Violence & Scariness
Tigger explodes some barrels of gunpowder for special effects in a play. In the short "My Hero," Tigger is saved from drowning in a puddle, characters fall from great heights, a tree large tree falls on Rabbit, and angry bees chase Piglet and Tigger.
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Products & Purchases
Like all Disney DVDs, this one is full of ads for other Disney releases at the beginning.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that this DVD includes two stories about Valentine's Day -- A Valentine for You and Un-Valentine's Day -- and the Special Edition out in January 2010 includes the short "My Hero" from the New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh TV show. Although the two main stories are about Valentine's Day, the second contains a few very mild scares in an eerie forest, where Pooh and the gang are briefly separated and lost. "My Hero" includes many scenes where characters are falling from great heights, Tigger is rescued from drowning in a large puddle, and angry bees chase Tigger and Piglet. To stay in the loop on more movies like this, you can sign up for weekly Family Movie Night emails.
Is It Any Good?
This sweet double feature is perfect for little ones. By far, the more touching cartoon is A Valentine for You. For example, when Pooh finally captures a smitten in a jar, the animals must decide whether to let Christopher enjoy his newfound happiness or try to turn him into the boy he "once was." And another touching moment occurs when Christopher explains to Pooh that he'll always love him.
In contrast to its more sentimental companion, Un-Valentine's Day is full of slapstick fun, with Rabbit in fine flustered form and everyone trying to figure out who started the Valentine frenzy in the first place.
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