Winnie The Pooh was a wonderful part of my childhood. And then it became a big part of my son’s childhood, followed by my daughter’s, granddaughter’s, and finally my great granddaughter’s childhood. That said, I feel most qualified to review Christopher Robin.
I found it interesting that there were mostly adults in my theater who laughed frequently and loudly. We baby boomers do love a walk down memory lane.
The animation used to create Pooh and friends was beautiful and well done. The story flowed nicely and kept my interest right to the last moments of the movie.
About the Peetimes
Both Peetimes are pretty good, but if I had to pick, I’d say the 1st is a little better, because it contains less emotion than the 2nd.
RunPee Mom is our emotional bedrock. Without her, RunPee never would have lasted a decade as an app (which is since the dawn of time in internet years). She’s our biggest cheerleader and an unending source of unconditional love. She works cheerfully and tirelessly, seeing any movie we ask of her, writing interesting reviews, and being our…well…MOM. Her genres of choice: kiddie flicks, animated movies, emotional dramas, historical features, war films, diverse biographies, and even dense, diabolically plotted thrillers. She knows more about famous and infamous figures in history than said figures probably knew about themselves. She’s the Quiz Manager for the RunPee.com blog, and our resident movie celebrity/trivia expert. If you’ve taken a RunPee Quiz, you’ve most likely been given a virtual hug by RunPee Mom.