Christopher Robin

critic Reviews

, 72% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Christopher Robin may not equal A.A. Milne's stories -- or their animated Disney adaptations -- but it should prove sweet enough for audiences seeking a little childhood magic.
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    Ben SachsChicago Reader
    In the right hands, this might have been great.
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    Michael SragowFilm Comment Magazine
    Although it lacks the sustained, crazy logic of a first-rate flight of imagination, it's still witty and affecting.
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    Stephen RomeiThe Australian
    A charming imagining of the adult life of the boy from the Hundred Acre Wood.
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    Paul ByrnesSydney Morning Herald
    The film is charming, even with the usual Disney paw prints on the themes. Forster handles the comedy with skill and the sentiment with restraint.
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    Wenlei MaNews.com.au
    It's a heavy-handed, unsatisfying experience. A more apt title would be Melancholy and the Infinite Childhood.
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    Oliver JonesObserver
    A better title for this entry, the first of the Disney Poohs to be live action (although neither word in that phrase is an apt descriptor), would be Winnie the Pooh and the Unfilled Zoloft Prescription.
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    Brian EggertDeep Focus Review
    Disney has made another uninspired live-action version of a heartwarming character by relying on derivative ideas, and the result amounts to an unabashed cash-grab dependent on name-brand awareness.
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    Cory WoodroofWilliamson Home Page
    You're going to feel like a kid again, and you're going to leave a wiser adult.
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    Richard CrouseRichard Crouse
    Children might not get it, although I'm sure they will enjoy the stuffed characters, but adults will understand the curious tale about the importance of old friends and embracing the inner child.
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    Jordy SirkinJordy Reviews It
    Christopher Robin takes us into Hundred Acre Wood for the first time in a grand live-action scale.
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