Christopher Robin Review

**Christopher Robin has a 104 minute runtime and is Rated PG**

Christopher Robin is a great film to watch with the family. If you loved going to the Hundred Acre Wood through either Winnie the Pooh books or cartoons, then you will love taking that journey with Disney’s Christopher Robin.

Set post WWII, Christopher Robin is an over worked and possibly underpaid manager type who is seems to be getting less and less time with his family. After planning a weekend in the country with his family, he is told he must work through the weekend instead of spending time with the family. What to do, what to do?

Along with his family and work problems, Christopher Robin’s childhood friend needs his help tracking down their other friends in the Hundred Acre Wood. What has happened to Eyoree, Piglet, Kanga, Roo, Rabbit, Owl, and Tigger? Has the evil Heffalump taken Christopher Robin and Pooh’s friends? Will Christopher get to spend some much needed time with his family? I guess you’ll just have to go and get your tickets today so you can find out the answers to these important questions!

I loved almost everything about Christopher Robin. It had a great balance of humor mixed with elements of drama and a hint of action. I loved the look of the characters from the Hundred acre wood. They all looked like real stuffed animals and not so much like scary CGI monsters. For the most part the timing seemed solid, but there were a few scenes that seemed a little long winded to me. The cast and voice actors were brilliant, the scenes looked beautiful and the story was lovely.

J (7) and I (32) had the chance to take my mom (54) to see Christopher Robin and we all enjoyed the movie very much. This really is a movie for people of all ages. So, gather the family together and go see Christopher Robin today!

 

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