Winnie the Pooh and company find Christopher Robin after he’s all grown up. He’s all but forgotten them and has turned into a boring adult. It’s going to take Pooh and the whole gang to make Christopher remember what it’s like to be a kid.
This movie was a pretty solid kids movie and has more than enough nostalgia for adults like me who grew up watching Pooh and his friends as they go through their day-to-day adventures. It really captures the quality of the show and the old stories and I’m glad this movie was made for the child in all of us.
The graphics in this were pretty amazing, it really looked like Pooh and his friends were living, breathing stuffed animals. Have to give it to the Animators at Disney for truly bringing this story to life.
Also, I felt the voice acting was pretty amazing, especially from Jim Cummings, the long time voice of Pooh. It’s good enough that I feel this movie, more so than any I’ve seen in a long time, is a good reason for there being more awards given to the voice actors in our motion pictures.
+6.5: A slow start but otherwise fairly enjoyable
+1: Great voice acting and animation