Written July 24, 2011
It was my second movie in the movie theater and my favorite part was when he dived into the honey and I did not cry at all.
Written August 01, 2011
This time Disney returned to the original Pooh, closely tied in with the books, with a dose of humor Mom and Dad with better understand. My daughter and I enjoyed the movie. We were among only four people in the entire theater that afternoon - not as glam as say, Cars 2, but for true fans of the books and the original movie it was a good show. Given the combined price of the concessions and tickets, however, it might be wiser to wait for the DVD and just own it, as no one will be talking about it around the water cooler at work. But if you are raising (or are yourself) a classic die-hard Pooh fan, you won't be disappointed!
Written December 22, 2014
I grew up on Disney movies. Naturally, I've seen every film at least a dozen times. Winnie The Pooh was one of those. Naturally, I have expectations.
This film has received generally lukewarm reviews. Why? After having watched the latest Winnie The Pooh flick, I'll tell you why: because it resembles the "classic" 1977 Pooh flick, "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh." And that's not a bad thing. But people expected something along the lines of "The Tigger Movie," "Piglet's Big Movie," and "The Heffalump Movie." These films feature storylines and emotional depth. The 1977 Pooh is simple, mildly witty, and wholesome. That's what this latest Pooh episode resembles.
The film is great for what it is. So check it out if you're a Disney, Winnie The Pooh, and/or traditional animation fan. You'll like it.
Written August 02, 2011
Short but sweet I loved every second of it!
Written July 19, 2011
It was awesome