Christopher Robin

audience Reviews

, 83% Audience Score
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    Amazing. Spectacular!
  • Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars
    I cried, I think it was a little too depressing.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    I love this film just wonderful .
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Entertaining even for die hard NON-POOH fans as myself, with good character development, pacing and humor.
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    Adorable and sweet. What more could you want from a Winnie the Pooh movie?
  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
    I finally got to watch does movie i was nervous going in to it a little but just watching was,fine.now this is a good average movie but it definitely has problems.But i love the winnie the pooh characters they all are pretty enteraining and have there own character my favorite has to be winnie the pooh jIm is doing a great job as pooh he is really like does character and its great and it goes for Tigger to as well.This movie has good characters and yeah.I love the message of this movie whatever happens is the way of life and that's pretty awesome because christopher robin was not caring about his daughter but then he realize that its not all about the job first family is does has been done in a lot of movies but idc.CGi is amazing in does having them like plushies is pretty awesome if you ask me.i love the setting of like the old time that's pretty nice actually.This movie has problems like,the neighbor he adds nothing because the bench scene you see him then he gone makes him waste time god help me.the hundred woods does not look good it looks ugly they could have made it better and for CGI they look creepy crap dear lord and when winnie the pooh talks its creepy kinda.christopher robin is annoying probably or the whole movie to me he is loud and does not have time for his family.15-20 mintues of the movie decent but its fine the final battle is fun in all but how is all that paper that important? it was ONLY ONE PAPER he needed so then why the heck it makes no sense because how in world does he forgot what he wrote.yeah that's probably the biggest problem with this movie and its also way way way to relatable story like you have seen does in other stories.yeah i would probably not checked this out in theaters but glad i saw it in tv.but i would say if your child is 10 and up go see it with them but if not go check out something else but this is a 6/10 will see again but a average decent watch.
  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars
    Poo poo pool is a movie movie theater theaters in theater theater
  • Rating: 3.5 out of 5 stars
    It starts off really good and keeps going like that for a while but the 3rd act is just as basic as every other disney movie like this. Honestly I expected more from winnie the pooh. But it had many nice heartfelt moments especially for a fan like myself. It reminds us of innocence and portrays it perfectly through the movies dark and gloomy tone.
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    An incredible film. The cast and crew really does their best to make a beautiful and heartwarming film. Ewan McGregor is perfect in the title role, and Hayley Atwell does a great job too, but Jim Cumming's performance as Pooh is what really sells the film. At the same time, this is perhaps Disney's most depressing film yet. The film's observation of how we tend to let go of the fun in our lives as we grow is heartbreaking. The way we see a boy's word through the eyes of a man is incredibly and surprisingly complex for a Disney film. If you at all miss your childhood and the simplicity that came with it, this film will particularly stick out for you. A must see on Disney+!
  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
    Oddly satisfying. A mix of nostalgia, sadness and fun. My 18 month old enjoyed it. Simply, this story is about how much we change when we grow up but still have the capacity to tap into our childhood version of ourselves.