History YMMV / AnAmericanTail

12th Aug '16 12:48:32 AM Surenity
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** It's kind of an EnforcedTrope, the writers seemed to want to avoid any and all angst and pathos in ''Fievel Goes West'' and keep things LighterAndSofter in order to distance it from the first movie (which is probably why Tanya gets tomatoes thrown at her for singing "Somewhere Out There"). Not to mention we saw plenty of Fievel's family mourning him in the first film already and it might have been redundant.
12th Aug '16 12:30:04 AM Anddrix
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* BaseBreaker: The Tanya/Waul fan pairing, which people either love or loathe.


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** The Tanya/Waul fan pairing, which people either love or loathe.
24th Jul '16 12:24:16 PM NWolfman
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* HarsherInHindsight: Try to watch this movie the same way after watching Don Bluth being interviewed by Creator/DougWalker, where he admits the film was heavily inspired by his rarely seeing his numerous siblings anymore, as well as his regrets over never having a family of his own due to his devotion to his work.

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* HarsherInHindsight: Try to watch this movie the same way after watching Don Bluth being interviewed by Creator/DougWalker, where he admits the film was heavily inspired by his rarely seeing his numerous siblings anymore, as well as how his regrets over never having a marriage to his work, while he isn't ashamed of it, forced him to forego any kind of family of his own due to his devotion to his work.own.
6th Jun '16 11:37:36 AM inuyasharules31
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* ContestedSequel:

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11th Feb '16 12:17:29 AM Surenity
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** Despite having been a popular song, you get the feeling the creators of the sequel ''kinda'' hate it, and maybe even hate the first film in general. It's treated as this trope despite Tanya nor the song having been hated by the audience.

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** Despite having been a popular song, you get the feeling the creators of the sequel ''kinda'' hate it, and maybe even hate the first film in general. It's treated as this trope despite neither Tanya nor the song having been hated by most of the audience.
11th Feb '16 12:15:58 AM Surenity
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* TakeThat,Scrappy: Tanya's first scene in the movie has her begin to sing 'Somewhere Out There'. People throw produce at her to make her stop.

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* TakeThat,Scrappy: TakeThatScrappy: Tanya's first scene in the movie has her begin to sing 'Somewhere Out There'. People throw produce at her to make her stop.stop.
** Despite having been a popular song, you get the feeling the creators of the sequel ''kinda'' hate it, and maybe even hate the first film in general. It's treated as this trope despite Tanya nor the song having been hated by the audience.
10th Feb '16 3:47:43 PM thebluebus
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* TakeThat,Scrappy!: Tanya's first scene in the movie has her begin to sing 'Somewhere Out There'. People throw produce at her to make her stop.

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* TakeThat,Scrappy!: TakeThat,Scrappy: Tanya's first scene in the movie has her begin to sing 'Somewhere Out There'. People throw produce at her to make her stop.
10th Feb '16 3:47:02 PM thebluebus
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* TakeThat,Scrappy!: Tanya's first scene in the movie has her begin to sing 'Somewhere Out There'. People throw produce at her to make her stop.
4th Feb '16 6:05:51 AM GrammarNavi
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: The ''Fievel Goes West'' game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem wasn't too bad of a side-scroller, but it wasn't too impressive either. In the early 2000's Fievel even got a game on the GameBoyAdvance, ''An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush'', which seemed to take place after ''Fievel Goes West'' and played a lot like the Super Nintendo game (odd given that Universal had spent so much effort trying to convince everyone that the movie never happened). This trope is played far more straight with the random ''An American Tail'' game that came out for the PlayStation2 [[NoExportForYou in Europe]] (which actually plays disturbingly a lot like {{Superman 64}}). The PC game that follows the first two films is another major offender, being targeted towards younger audiences but having insanely hard puzzles that would stump the target audience in addition to featuring 2D sprites being meshed with poorly rendered stills from the movies.

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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: The ''Fievel Goes West'' game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem wasn't too bad of a side-scroller, but it wasn't too impressive either. In the early 2000's Fievel even got a game on the GameBoyAdvance, ''An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush'', which seemed to take place after ''Fievel Goes West'' and played a lot like the Super Nintendo game (odd given that Universal had spent so much effort trying to convince everyone that the movie never happened). This trope is played far more straight with the random ''An American Tail'' game that came out for the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 [[NoExportForYou in Europe]] (which actually plays disturbingly a lot like {{Superman VideoGame/{{Superman 64}}). The PC game that follows the first two films is another major offender, being targeted towards younger audiences but having insanely hard puzzles that would stump the target audience in addition to featuring 2D sprites being meshed with poorly rendered stills from the movies.
22nd Jan '16 6:04:17 PM MisterCPC
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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: The ''Fievel Goes West'' game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem wasn't too bad of a side-scroller, but it wasn't too impressive either. In the early 2000's Fievel even got a game on the GameBoyAdvance, ''An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush'', which seemed to take place after ''Fievel Goes West'' and played a lot like the Super Nintendo game (odd given that Universal had spent so much effort trying to convince everyone that the movie never happened). This trope is played far more straight with the random ''An American Tail'' game that came out for the PlayStation2 [[NoExportForYou in Europe]] (which actually plays disturbingly a lot like {{Superman 64}}).

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* TheProblemWithLicensedGames: The ''Fievel Goes West'' game for the SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem wasn't too bad of a side-scroller, but it wasn't too impressive either. In the early 2000's Fievel even got a game on the GameBoyAdvance, ''An American Tail: Fievel's Gold Rush'', which seemed to take place after ''Fievel Goes West'' and played a lot like the Super Nintendo game (odd given that Universal had spent so much effort trying to convince everyone that the movie never happened). This trope is played far more straight with the random ''An American Tail'' game that came out for the PlayStation2 [[NoExportForYou in Europe]] (which actually plays disturbingly a lot like {{Superman 64}}). The PC game that follows the first two films is another major offender, being targeted towards younger audiences but having insanely hard puzzles that would stump the target audience in addition to featuring 2D sprites being meshed with poorly rendered stills from the movies.
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