Atom User Reviews for Disney's Christopher Robin
This movie looks cute so I prefer 5 starts because it has no killing and it is PG
Kids were laughing, adults were laughing with nostalgic tears in our eyes... we were all that little kid exploring the 100 Acre Wood all over again.
I was pleasantly surprised on how good this movie was, Winnie the Pooh was so cute, the movie was so cute and so funny. This movie is for the whole family not just the kids. I was going to take my kids anyways and I didn’t have high hopes for myself but I was so wrong. Must see
Positive progressive values about a lost soul’s voyage back to better self.
Brought back so many memories, loved it!
I cried so much. I’ve missed Pooh
I thoroughly enjoyed it! So heartwarming, funny, and brought back so many memories of when my son was young. This movie proves that Hollywood can make movies without violence, cursing, sex, drugs and alcohol and it will be a truly wonderful creation that actually means something and sticks with you for the rest of your life. Thank you for this movie!
Pooh said it best, "Doing nothing is the best kind of something you can do." These two hours of nothing are much better than all the "too much" going on in the world. Missing it would make you a Movie Fan Of Very Little Brain.
A beautiful movie filled with nostalgia. It's mostly likely entertaining more for adults than kids, especially those who grew up with Pooh & friends. It's incredibly sweet and not for the cynical.
took me right back to my childhood
It’s a really cute movie! It brought many memories and very heartwarming. Pooh is adorable ❤️
Everyone was great, storyline was extremely slow boring and not very entertaining at all....not really worth it...one star for the actors and the other star for the animation
very good movie for the family to fall asleep too. unfortunately, it happens at the theatre after you paid for entertainment
The film’s main triumph is the way that the toy characters are evoked.
There may be plenty of charming, classic Pooh-isms sprinkled throughout Christopher Robin, but the film just can’t manage to bring the same level of poignance and wisdom to its own story.
Christopher's lengthy two-hander scenes with Pooh quickly wear out their welcome; what at first is agreeably amusing shortly becomes grating, then just tedious.