Well, this is the second live-action Disney revival I actually had interest in, though this one intrigued me more as it was a continuation as opposed to a remake. Though then again, so were the Alice films, and I'm mixed about those. Anyway, while I liked Beauty and the Beast, I didn't love it. This film, on the other hand, I absolutely adored. I get the feeling critics may have expected a bit too much from this, because I found it charming and delightful. Yes, the story is your standard workaholic father rekindling his childhood, but it's well executed. And, okay, it is kind of weird that this film basically confirms that Pooh and his friends are alive and it's not just Christopher's imagination, but I'm fine with that. I only have two gripes, and one's sort of major and the other's pretty minor. The major-ish complaint is that I feel Rabbit, Owl, Kanga and Roo could have played more of a part. The more minor one is that, honestly, I feel like the film's main antagonist, Christopher's boss, is a little too cartoonishly over-the-top whereas everyone else at least gives a mostly realistic performance. I just found that a little out of place. On the whole, though, I really recommend this one. It's not groundbreaking, it's very simple and straight forward, but that's what Winnie the Pooh is. I feel like a lot of people were expecting more than that hence why its reception seems to be a little mixed, but I wouldn't expect anything more or less than what this film gave me. It's a really nice feel good film and that's all I could ever ask for from a Pooh film.