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Seeing this movie is like a cherished, childhood toy you lost as a kid only to find it later when you've all but forgotten about being a kid. Truly a great film for all ages, our family is all mostly grown up but we all laughed till it hurt! I loved seeing all these old friends again and you will too!
|9/10||bradchase@ - 17 reviews|
9.1.2012 - age: 18-25
I grew up watching these characters, and this movie didn't disappoint us. My whole family enjoyed this movie, and everybody should see this one! Will add to my DVD collection!
|9/10||crystalchesworth@ - 3 reviews|
28.10.2011 - age: 26-35
It was awesome I loved it. And I hope it's the best seller ever, it's a money worth spent.
|10/10||madisonfaithdoyle@ - first review|
10.9.2011 - age: 1-12
My son loves this movie. Awesome job!
|10/10||terryvc@ - first review|
26.8.2011 - age: 1-12
My kids thought this movie was ok, but from a parent's standpoint it was very slow and boring. No really funny parts. My kids liked Zookeeper much more.
|4/10||jimihendrixpurplehaze@ - 2 reviews|
14.8.2011 - age: 36-49
Short but sweet, and funnier than I thought it was going to be. Some of the characters have changed, namely Rabbit and C. R. My kids laughed from start to finish. It is nice to know we can still make good movies without a lot of special effects and CGI. The film is short though, and the admission price should have been scaled accordingly.
|8/10||rogerandlaura@ - first review|
6.8.2011 - age: 50+
It was fun for the kids and me!! A must see movie!!
|10/10||smileymoni.t_soccerstar@ - first review|
4.8.2011 - age: 18-25
Excellent Movie! Quality is more than perfect! All hand drawn! Funny, smart, basic... All what comedies should have/be! Just wish it was longer tho... and I were prefer the old Rabbit for "the New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh"
|10/10||king_benjamin_the_third@ - 4 reviews|
2.8.2011 - age: 18-25
Brought to life my whole childhood.
|9/10||cgodau@ - first review|
1.8.2011 - age: 13-17
I took my 5 year old and his little friends to see it and it was GREAT for them. If your kids still like TREEHOUSE they'll love Winnie the Pooh.
|7/10||hbriskin@ - 15 reviews|
29.7.2011 - age: 26-35
I love Winne the Pooh and so does my grandma, so I absolutely had to take her to see it. It was ok. Definitely for young children. It was basically two of the old episodes intertwined. Not really worth the overpriced admission.
|6/10||penguingirl_777@ - 2 reviews|
28.7.2011 - age: 13-17
I loved it, i's a great movie!
|10/10||alextheswimmer@ - first review|
28.7.2011 - age: 1-12
So it obvious to me the people who liked this cheap knock-off are those who only know Winnie the Pooh from Saturday cartoons. This is an insult to the book (if you ever read AA Milne you'd agree) and an insult to the earlier Disney cartoon. Sighhh - another classic done bad by Hollywood. Avoid it! (unless you only know the cartoons)
|1/10||vanks@ - first review|
27.7.2011 - age: 36-49
Pooh? Take your kids! The children in audience loved it.
|9/10||lezah05@ - 24 reviews|
27.7.2011 - age: 50+
How do people hate this movie, Winnie the Pooh was a big part of my childhood 1 of the 3 characters I liked, Strawberry Shortcake, Dora and Winnie The Pooh. I loved Winnie a lot and just to see, this really brings memories back, I just love seeing things I loved a lot when I was little.
|8/10||jazzyrocks.xox@ - 27 reviews|
27.7.2011 - age: 13-17
Like the originals, the Pooh movie delivers. Just wish it was longer. But I found my self bursting out laughing A Lot! "is there honey in this paragraph?" LOL! Go see this. Screw Transformers.
|10/10||col_benjamin@ - first review|
27.7.2011 - age: 18-25
This movie is hilarious from start to finish and not from the added guns of Craig Ferguson & John Cleese. Winnie the Pooh himself is funny through the whole thing. My wife and I took our 5 year old daughter to it, and our whole family enjoyed it more than Cars 2, but not as much as Tangled. This movie is extremely entertaining for any age, and will no doubt be a Disney classic soon.
|9/10||saskatooncomedyfestival@ - first review|
26.7.2011 - age: 26-35
It makes you smile :) and very nostalgic. A must see if you love Winnie the Pooh.
|9/10||strawbemy.vanderfields@ - first review|
24.7.2011 - age: 36-49
Ok, how does ANYONE who knows ANYTHING about the traditional Winnie the Pooh give this movie more than 2 stars? It is an insult to AA Milne and a disgrace to the classic story. If you want your kids to see a good movie adaptation find the older Walt Disney version. A pain to both the heart and the stomach to watch.
|2/10||vanks57@ - 2 reviews|
24.7.2011 - age: 50+
I grew up with Winnie and Pooh and this movie did not disappoint! Definitely a must-see even if you don't have kids!
|9/10||michaela.bennett@ - 2 reviews|
24.7.2011 - age: 18-25
I loved it!!! It is not a ruined movie! It's like the old Winnie the Pooh shows! Same animation, same Pooh voice! I love it. And oh yeah still the "Honey" and "Oh Bother" obsessions are in there!
|10/10||beau_bouliane@ - 5 reviews|
24.7.2011 - age: 13-17
This movie was so good and it was fun. Not boring and the children in the theatre loved it and cheered and laughed. I loved it myself and it had a good message and the animation was great. No need for 3D.
|8/10||barb@ - 46 reviews|
21.7.2011 - age: 50+
It's reallly great for kids 4 or 5 and under but if you love winnie the pooh like I do then YOU HAVE TO SEE IT you have to trust me you will love it.
|10/10||regandevolder@ - 2 reviews|
21.7.2011 - age: 1-12
Wow! Me and the kids just loved it!
|9/10||hhuulove@ - first review|
21.7.2011 - age: 26-35
My 5 year old and I loved it! Heartwarming and funny as always. Make sure you stayed tuned after the credits... there is more!!!
|10/10||happy-campers3@ - 19 reviews|
20.7.2011 - age: 36-49
Very good for the kids, only one hour long, but good story.
|7/10||patnkat@ - first review|
20.7.2011 - age: 36-49
I am writing for my four year old sister who went to see it with my mom. She says she loved it. It's a must see. And it's not just for little kids. I'm 11 and I love Winnie the Pooh.
|10/10||shyannegraciegross@ - 2 reviews|
19.7.2011 - age: 1-12
Amazing movie :) Great for kids.
|10/10||valkalinin@ - first review|
19.7.2011 - age: 1-12
SO cute! Obviously oriented towards younger children but still funny. The characters are as adorable as always.
|8/10||adqwerty1234@ - first review|
17.7.2011 - age: 13-17
This movie is great for the 4 and under age group and even parents can get a good laugh in some parts too. My daughter who is 4 loved the movie!
|7/10||tanasychuk@ - 2 reviews|
17.7.2011 - age: 26-35
It was amazing, tigger was amazing, and the voices were great, along with the quality of the graphics. It is a must see film.
|10/10||alliebrooks654@ - first review|
16.7.2011 - age: 18-25
For young children 3+ yrs excellent. Fun for grand parents.
|9/10||jaftica1@ - first review|
15.7.2011 - age: 50+
Not bad cartoon but not one of my favorites, for sure.
|6/10||dimanta@ - 142 reviews|
15.7.2011 - age: 26-35
Disney could've done much, much better.
|2/10||darren.ross@ - 2 reviews|
15.7.2011 - age: 13-17
Geared for the younger crowd, for those who read the book, the film will be more appreciative, great story and moral included, enjoyable.
|7/10||vblackie5@ - 272 reviews|
Loved the movie. Nice to see the cute and lovable characters again. Heart-warming type of movie.
|9/10||ngmahhum@ - 75 reviews|
13.7.2011 - age: 50+
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