This was an ok film. I was hoping for better, but an interesting story about the creation of Winnie The Pooh.
A bit darker concerning the family than I expected loving the stories growing up. It was uncomfortable at times, boring, frustrating and also nostalgic. A movie with good intentions that got bogged down by it's own story. However the blurbs at the end were interesting!
It's the chemistry between Domhnall Gleeson and newcomer Will Tilston, as the awkwardly matched father and son, that makes the movie more than a mélange of inept parenting and Tigger too.
Goodbye Christopher Robin doesn’t just lack authenticity, it appears to scorn it.
No one’s going to accuse Goodbye Christopher Robin of subtlety or of rewriting the biopic rules, but it does dare to go darker than most films like it.