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  • This has been a traditional family movie that I have enjoyed with my family ever since the movie came out, and I really hope that many other people can enjoy this film with their families as well

    • by Susanna Frank
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      The 2000 movie called “The Tangerine Bear” is a simple cartoon film for families during the holidays that have strong morals and a very cute themed story that revolves around a bear that was created with his smile sewn in upside down so that he is always frowning. This has been a traditional family movie that I have enjoyed with my family ever since the movie came out, and I really hope that many other people can enjoy this film with their families as well.

      Like I had said, the Tangerine Bear


      is a bear that was created to be a present for children on Christmas, but when he is packed with the other Bears of his kind and sent to stores, no one wants him because his smile is turned upside down. He gets thrown into the clearance bin while all the other toys around him are being sold, he eventually ends up in a discount toy store in hopes that the owner will one day fix his smile so that he can be sold and be sent to a good home.

      • In the end, he and the other “misfits” in the shop realize that they are a family and the owner doesn’t want to sell them anymore, so they get to stay together.

        There is a lot of Christmas feeling from watching this film. There is the talk of Santa and how the Tangerine Bear wants him to bring him to the home of a loving boy or girl who will love him. There is also the fact that even though we are different, it doesn’t mean we are somehow broken or not

        acceptable in the eyes of others. The misfits in the shop with the Tangerine Bear realize that and become a family, loving each other for exactly who they are.

        I strongly urge that if you are a lover of holiday movies, that you purchase this film and see for yourself the adorable cartoon characters and theme behind the film. Especially if you have young children, the morals behind this story is a bonus and they will really enjoy the talking toys and animals that this film has to offer and the magic of Christmas.




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