THIS is what a rated G movie should look like!! It was full of lovable characters, a few good laughs, some cute songs, and a dash of adventure. My 4-year-old laughed out loud at the slapsticky silliness and was only ever scared for a split second when the hundred-acre wood was made to look a little spooky and the "backson" was lurking. It was so nice to be able to see a movie that we all enjoyed, without having to calm down fears or explain away terrible things happening.
After the awful violence of Cars 2, I'd just about given up on children's movies. This film redeems them, and I hope that more like this will come out soon and remind us that family-friendly entertainment can appeal to the whole family without stooping to gratuitous violence and innuendo.