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    Just saw Winnie The Pooh with my 3 year old and my 7 year old. It was great! The perfect blend of sweetness, innocence and humor. They did it just right. Can't wait for the DVD.
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    The best movie of the week isn't about wizards and wands. Capone views the delightful WINNIE THE POOH!!!
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    I hate to begin a positive review so negatively, but screw all CG animation. If a one-hour feature (plus a five-minute short) can make me laugh and feel as much as this classically rendered WINNIE THE POOH did, then I'm in favor of banning it forever. What I wasn't prepared for was how instantaneously my childhood came rushing back to me.

    I'm not sure if it was just seeing these wonderful characters back on the big screen (for the first time in 35 years) or hearing their voices again or seeing this collection of talking stuffed animals under the guidance of Christopher Robin, but my God, this one had me captivated. And as much as this film is clearly aimed at young children, there are going to be more than a few weepy and/or giddy adults by their side.
    WINNIE THE POOH avoids all the trappings of today's animated features. There's no 3D, no elaborately rendered backdrops, no zany voice actors. There's a grace and dignity to these creatures and to this simply told stories. I'm not sure how else to put it, but revisiting Pooh and his friends put me in a place where being a kid was fun and treasuring the small things was a fine art. This is a beautiful, elegant work that no child should miss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerseydevil View Post
    The best movie of the week isn't about wizards and wands. Capone views the delightful WINNIE THE POOH!!!
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    Yes, yes, yes and yes!

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    I want to watch that Pooh movie, but maybe I am too old for a child's movie.
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    You are never too old for Pooh

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    Quote Originally Posted by orpheus View Post
    I want to watch that Pooh movie, but maybe I am too old for a child's movie.
    In front of me at the theater was a group of guys...late teens, early twenties maybe. By themselves....no kids. Pooh is for everyone!
    These two scenes were hilarious.

    ‪Winnie the Pooh: Owl's Cold Clip‬‏ - YouTube

    [nomedia="http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HCNWCwDx8nk&feature=related"]‪Winnie the Pooh: Get Us Out Of Here Clip‬‏ - YouTube[/nomedia]

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