Christopher Robin (2018)
Working-class family man Christopher Robin encounters his childhood friend Winnie-the-Pooh, who helps him to rediscover the joys of life.
Great Film overall
Captivating movie !
it is finally so absorbing because it plays like a lyrical road odyssey that’s also a detective story.
A film of deceptively outspoken contemporary relevance, this is cinema at its most alert, alarming and alive.
It's not perfect, but it fills the bill. For those who hate this film, why did you view it? Did you not see the previews? Are you totally unfamiliar with the story and background? Just mean? Yeah, I thought so. lol
I understand that the directors and script writers behind this wanted intended on making this movie about grown up Christopher Robin, raising a family, his wife, Evelyn, and daughter, Madelyn. I was pretty disappointed with how dark and depressing a good 75% of this movie was. Yet again, I was impressed by the ending, although rather a cliché ending. Knowing that even though Christopher Robin is all grown up, the hundred acre woods gang could always make new adventures with Madelyn. But something that I did loathe about this movie, and I mean absolutely hated was, Christopher Robin as a character during a huge portion of the movie, very stubborn, not caring towards his daughter's wishes and beliefs and half the time his wife didn't even know WHERE he was.
What a lovely film this is. Heartwarming and great for all ages. Disney went back to the original look characters from the books and it really worked. You could relate to them exactly as you have read and seen them before but as convincing lifelike toys rather than cartoons. The theme throughout the film although predictable and nothing out of the ordinary, you find yourself wanting this and it follows the simple plots you want from it. Funny in some places, emotional in others, it was beautifully written and acted out. Tigger was hilarious and eeyore as depressed as ever but the whole mix of the characters made it a great experience. I could have easily sat and watched it again as could my 10yr old son. Definitely an absolute classic and will be in my dvd collection when it comes out.
Great movie and one the children will want to see again and again and will become a classic of the future