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The Tigrus879 GoAnimate Movie 2
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The film's official poster
Film information

Directed by

Brian Sharp (some inside joke)

Produced by

Tigrus879

Written by

GoAnimate

Tigrus879

Based on

GoAnimate.com and GoAnimate characters

Cinematography

GoAnimate.com

Editing by

Tigrus879

Release Date(s)

November 10, 2013 (Limited)

December 6, 2013 (YouTube)

January 28, 2014 (Wide)

July 2014 (GoAnimate.com)

Running time

92 minutes

Language

English

Link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKlBi9BKFIg&t=1117s

Preceded by

The Tigrus879 GoAnimate movie

Followed by

Tigrus879 the movie 3, Japan Rising

See also
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The Tigrus879 GoAnimate movie 2 is a 2013 flash animated film created by semi-retired The best Tigrus879. It is a direct sequel to "The Tigrus879 GoAnimate movie". It was finished within the span of 2 months, literally starting from the very moment he finished the first one (September) to November.

Link to the film can be found in the infobox below.

Premise

Several months following the events of the first film, Tigrus879 decides to spend his summer vacation from high school travelling overseas to Egypt. From there, he meets up with a multilingual tour guide, an Egyptian of Punjabi descent, named Veena. Of course the duo eventually decide to leave the country and tour around London instead. Soon after, they cross paths with a British couple, Brian & Catriona, in order to visit major landmarks as one large collective. Meanwhile, Mr. Keebler's protege, Tigrus Doppelganger, broke out of a jail cell in Cooking and formed an alliance with a new partner-in-crime. Their mission: to seek vengeance against Tigrus879 and ultimately kill him. With the fate of Great Britain at stake, Tigrus879 reuinites with new and old friends alike to defeat Tigrus Doppelganger and help restore peace and prosperity to the island.

Characters

Below the movie infobox, is a complete list of all significant characters featured in this movie:

Characters

Tigrus879

Voiced by Young Guy/David/Kidaroo

Tigrus

Voiced by Paul

Veena

Voiced by Veena

Mrs. Grace

Voiced by Grace

Catriona

Voiced by Bridget

Peter/Percy

Voiced by Brian

Diesel

Voiced by Diesel

Tigrus Doppelganger

Voiced by Scary Voice/Wiseguy

Dragos Makogha

Voiced by Amy

Lavacupine/Mahatknos

Voiced by Jennifer


Reception

Unsurprisingly, the film was a rousing success with the wider GoAnimate community; but elsewhere the reaction was significantly more negative. Moreover, criticisms were directed towards the use of TTS voices, bland storytelling, underdeveloped characters, weak antagonist, jarring animation errors, and a multitude of audio issues. However, one area where the slightest bit of praise was given was the plot's structural cohesion (probably because there were no cutaway skits this time around).

Sequel

A sequel, Tigrus879 the Movie 3 Japan Rising, was released on YouTube on September 1st, 2015 following several months of production hell and revisions.


Programs Used

Tigrus879 heavily relied on the following programs while producing this feature:

Windows Movie Maker

Sony Vegas Movie Studio

GoAnimate (obviously)

Bandicam

Audacity

Spore Galactic Adventures (for images of creatures such as Tigrus Doppelganger, Dragos Makogha, Giant Petal Turtle, Lavacupine, and among few others)

The Windows 8 text-to-speech program (used for only one, brief scene)



Trivia

Notice: This section may contain some spoilers. Proceed at your own risk.

  • This is the first Tigrus879 movie to feature an Ultra Monster (kaiju from Tsuburaya's Ultraman series) making two cameo appearances (King Gesura)
  • Eric and Victor from Cayby J.'s Go!Animate: The Movie appeared in a scene. The scene is followed by a scuffle between Tigrus and Mahatknos (a mutated, villainous Lavacupine)
  • The Lavacupine and Mahatknos featured in the movie made an appearance in Tigrus879's 18-minute Spore fan-film, "The Biogenetic Mistake"
  • Blue from Nickelodeon's Blue's Clues makes another appearance (as a cameo) in the Tigrus879 GoAnimate movies; a move which some might see as blatant pandering to younger audiences
  • The Giant Petal Turtle was originally a monster originating from Kevin Siembieda's 2005 Sci-Fi novel "Dinosaur Swamp"
    Dinosaur Swamp Giant Petal Turtle

    Jeff Russell's depiction of the Giant Petal Turtle

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