Disney has done some really bad movies(Hannah Montana, etc) but FINALLY they are coming to their senses and doing good old-fashion movies. I just can't wait, I grew up with Winnie the Pooh and now as a teen, I think I'm more looking forward to seeing this then I'm looking forward to seeing Harry Potter 7 :D
Im a 12 year old and i used to watch Winnie the Pooh all the time when i was younger. When my friend told me her little sister was going to see it i thought it would be just another winnie the pooh movie.... until i saw the preview! I really wanted to watch it so i did and i loved it! Honestly this movie even seems like it was made for older kids (4+) because there are a few hard words and parts that may seem funnier to older kids! I really enjoyed this movie and think its a great Family Movie!
It's simple yet clever enough that it won't bore or go over the heads of even the littlest children in the audience, but this is no snooze-fest for the adults! In fact, I think that the adults in the theater showing I attended enjoyed this movie even more than the kids did!
Instead of resorting to cheap gags, this movie is filled with sweet, innocent humor. There is absolutely nothing inappropriate in this film. I've never been able to say that about anything else before, but it's true! The only remotely problematic elements are Owl's pride and Tigger's rambunctious behavior. But these can be beneficial, giving parents a chance to discuss with their kids how the animals should have behaved.
Aspects of the storyline are based on the classic stories, and the animation looks more like the original illustrations than most Disney Pooh fare. I'm not a big fan of Disney Pooh, because the quality isn't that great and it's only entertaining to little kids. But this story is different! It's so sweet, clever, and entertaining, and I would recommend it to anyone. I have had the privelege of seeing this film twice in theaters, and cannot wait to buy it on DVD and enjoy it for years and years to come!
I loved this when I was a kid! I would watch the same tape over and over, and i had many Winnie the Pooh toys. Sometimes the scenes scared me for a split second, but the show was so addicting and kid-friendly. I'm just so happy that Disney has finally settled down for a bit and didn't scare me or freak me out with the trailers.
The best movie ever!!! I love it!!! It's so cute and sweet and I think all ages will love it!!! The Back-soon (Backson) may scare very, very, very, very, sensitive young viewers . But I personally doubt it, though. Enjoy!!!!!!!!!!!
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