Based on 460 votes and 68 reviews
My 6 year old grandson was bored :(
My 6 year old was bored - funny, the one liners were over his head. He said, he didn't choose Winnie the Pooh!
My family and I really enjoyed this movie and makes you feel like a kid again.
NICE FUN FAMILY MOVIE AND TWO THUMBS UP!!!!
Never saw this but this movie looks terrible so I have no need to see it. Someone hasn’t rated this one star yet well here you go. This movie would be a waste of my time to see
A warm and endearing movie. It slowed down the pace of our hectic world for a while. A great family movie.
If you haven't seen Winnie the Pooh or read the books during your childhood this movie would mean nothing. I have so totally nostalgic and made me even weepy in some spots.
Thought there would be a lot more interaction between pooh and humans. Found it somewhat boring. Would not recommend.
This is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a long time!
It was very well done with the pooh characters, but it certainly wasn't a little kid's movie. Lots of preschoolers in the audience. I'm sure the basic theme of the movie went right over their heads. A kid under the age of 8 probably isn't going to understand the point of the movie.
Very cute family movie. The pooh characters didn't disappoint. Some great one-liners from pooh. Makes me want to relax more and enjoy my life as much as possible. What more can you ask for.
It wasn't the worst movie I've ever seen, but, I definitely wanted my time and money back after it was all said and done. There's nothing else I can say about that. I would rather watch a really nice yellow or orange wall get painted a vibrant color and just watch it dry. It would be a better idea than going to watch a movie like this. Crap... I'm taking away a star
Great message, brought back the Pooh childhood memories, although could have done without the war scene for kids
I took my seven year old to see the movie and he did not like it. I found the movie very dark and depressing and definitely not for pre teens.
I loved this movie so much. It was very family friendly and catered to audiences of all ages
A perfect movie, from script to casting to direction and all else. Must see for any age.
Total nostalgia for me and my daughter. Hits home with the message that family is important. Bringing Christopher Robin from his childhood to his adult life was set perfectly.. I laughed, I cried, and I can't wait for it to come out on DVD
wonderful movie for all ages from children to adults.
The entire family from youngest child to eldest grandparent ..we all enjoyed this movie. Can't wait for the DVD.
This is a film every adult on the planet should see. I adored it and I’m 70 years old!
Sweet, adorable movie about the real important things in live!
Slow in some parts, if it were 20 mins shorter it would have helped. Not as funny as we hoped
Finally a movie that was excellent compare to the other movies that are showing that were dumb stupid and waste of your money and time!!!!
I really loved this movie and so did my 8 year old daughter, I like how after losing his way Christopher Robin comes full circle (but he really fights it) great show for all ages
AMAZING BEAUTIFUL SWEET movie!! My 10yr old girl & I LOVED it ? what a beautiful story... blessed our young hearts & made us happy:)
I loved Winnie the Pooh's messages. I disliked the glumness of the forest. It was supposed to be summer time, but they filmed it in the rainy fall.
Lovely movie with a great message for the crazy world we live in
I loved the animal characters. The voices were remarkably close to the original voices. The story line sent a good message. I thought it was geared more toward adults than little children but older kids would probably enjoy it.
It's actually a movie made for adults. My wife and I both enjoyed it very much.
A wonderful family movie. Want to go back and watch again.
A touching story about what is important in life. No animation - real characters.
Good movie, but was charged 10 dollars for 8.50 matinee prices quoted before 6. We were there at 4. Rip off!
tigger is my fav cant wait to see it
GREAT STORY, I LOVED IT AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED
wasn't a bad movie but i wouldn't go back to see it. a little bit of a disappointment.
Kind of dull and dark for kids....
The story was wonderfully told. Age old story about how as adults we get caught up in our day to day responsibilities and forget to pay attention to the REALLY important aspects of our lives...those who love us. The animation was beautiful. Wonderful!
The movie definitely has a good message. But.....I wouldn't take the children to see the movie. Maybe I would take my husband. Yeah.........the message is good for some adults. I'm against burdening the children with adults stuff. So, that is my comment.
This movie was a tender and sweet reminder to reconnect with the good in our lives, the Poohs and Tiggers and all as well as to value what really is most important: our relationships and love for each other.
This movie was great for kids and adults. The message it showed was powerful for all to see and hear. We took our 4 and 7 year old grandsons who also picked up the sensitivities of each of the characters. The story told with each character gave a lesson to all. The-animated characters were adorable . A must see for kids and adults
Best movie we've seen in years.
Great family movie. I saw it with my 23 year old son and we both enjoyed it.
originally i wasn't going to see it but it was showing before the second feature at the drive inn but in glad i saw Christopher Robin, it great movie as it had some slow points but i like it never the less, the animals charters look real and the humor was funny, dont listen to the negative users reviews go see for your self
Great movie and enjoyed going back to Poo Bear.
Delivers all the action you'd expect and more! Pooh rules!
Terrible movie, My kids, 4yrs and 8yrs wanted to leave half way through. I wanted to nap..it was boring and no thought into the story. Thumbs down on this one.
Exciting adventure will make you feel like a kid again.
CUTE FILM, GOOD STORY
Possibly a fine movie for adults who grew up watching Pooh. But I was watching it through the eyes of my 4-year-old, and he was bored silly. Lots of dialog between grown-ups, very slow pacing. Apart from the opening scene, Pooh and friends don't show up until nearly half the movie is done.