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Pooh's Grand Adventure - The Search for Christopher Robin
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Here we have POOH'S GRAND ADVENTURE: THE SEARCH FOR CHRISTOPHER ROBIN (UK title: Winnie The Pooh's Most Grand Adventure). The animation is definitely television standard, but the story and songs are of a very high quality indeed.
This straight to video sequel picks up right where the original
big screen film THE MANY ADVENTURES OF WINNIE THE POOH left off. Winnie The Pooh and Christopher Robin are hanging out together. They enjoy each other's company. They can do anything and nothing together as bestest friends. The next day Christopher Robin goes off to his first day at school. He leaves a note on Pooh's hunny pot so Pooh will know where he is. Unfortunately the hunny somehow falls on the note making the letters and words on the note hard to read- not that Pooh and the gang could read anyway. Due to this, Pooh and friends believe the word "school" says "skull" and that Christopher Robin has been kidnapped. Thus they begin a perilous journey across the Hundred Acre Wood.
The message of this movie is made very clear for young and old alike. And I don't mean because it says it on the video packaging. It really resonates with all of us- at least it did with me. I remember it very well- "You're braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think".
I hope you yourself, get to discover this little movie that is so much bigger than it seems.
WHAT HAPPENS: There's a boy named Christopher Robin who has a teddy bear named Pooh. They are hanging out together. Christopher wants to tell Pooh something, but they have lots of fun together and he forgets. When he remembers, he attaches a note to Pooh's honey pot. But Pooh gets it messy with honey and nobody can read it, but Owl can misread it! He thinks Christopher is going to an evil place called Skull. Join Pooh and friends on an adventure thru the 100 Acre Woods.
WHAT I THINK: Some people complain that it is scary for their child/children. If your kid (or you if you're a kid) are more than 5 years old it ought to be OK. The reason I knocked off one star is that I hate the map song/Never Trust Your Eyes. It makes it look like sences are useless and if you don't have a map, you're doomed. All the other songs are fantastic! Signed, StoryMaker. "Gotta trust the kid's review!"
Review: I don't know where there are so many negative reviews regarding this movie. I thought this movie was great! As someone who grew up watching the cartoon series during the 80s-90s, I thought this was a great movie adaptation that adults as well as children would enjoy. Sure, there are some scary parts to it, but without the dilemma the characters are in, they wouldn't realize how strong, brave or smart they are. And the movie is not entirely sad; there are some funny parts to it, like when Piglet and Pooh are caught by the butterflies and they end up falling on Rabbit. If I remember correctly, even the cartoon series had some very emotional episodes to it like "Find her, keep her" and "the Wishing Bear", so I don't know why people thought this movie would be just fun and silly throughout.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My whole family loves this movie! The music and storyline is just fantastic. I have a 10 year old boy that has the fondest memories of this movie from when he saw it as a little... Read morePublished 1 month ago by bellabella
I loved this movie when I was little and I still love but I wish I did not have to rent it I wanted to watch is over and overPublished 2 months ago by tigerlily
I miss Sterling Holloways voice in the Pooh cartoons. His voice had a soothing quality that these more recent cartoons can't duplicate. This is a cute little cartoon none the less.Published 3 months ago by Crzyoldone
Quit scary for my 4-year-old. Pooh and his friends get lost while looking for Christopher Robin and land in frightening situations such as falling off a cliff, getting lost... Read morePublished 3 months ago by lizzyl
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