Overall Rank: 807
Average Rating: 3/4
# of Ratings: 94
Theatrical Release Date: 07/15/2011
Blu-ray/DVD Release Date: 10/25/2011
Genre: Animation, Family
MPAA Rating: G
Director: Stephen J. Anderson, Don Hall
Actors: Jim Cummings, Craig Ferguson, John Cleese, Tom Kenny, Bud Luckey, Travis Oates
Plot: On an ordinary day in the Hundred Acre Woods, everyone tries to find the right tail for Eeyore who has lost his, and Pooh wants his honey. But when Pooh goes to get Christopher Robin he finds a note, which Owl misreads and convinces the team of fuzzy creatures that their dear friend has been captured by the 'Backson', and they set out to capture the great beast and save their friend. -- LilTayGB
Quick Movie Reviews
Logan D. McCoy - wrote on 06/19/2019
2011's "Winnie the Pooh" introduces the classic character (and his misadventures) to a new, younger generation that won't mind how uneven it is.
Rod - wrote on 04/19/2012
Pooh craves for honey. Eeyore looking for his tail. Christopher Robin leaves a note. And evryone goes crazy about "Backson". *** I'm not sure how to react on this film. I knew Pooh since my childhood, but I never bother read his story, haven't seen a movie either. I was actually clueless coming to see this film. I expected for a cute watch, but what I earned was a sort of frustration. I really really didn't expect Winnie the Pooh is like this. I have something in mind about Pooh and his friends, but I am not gonna say because I don't think I stand in the right place seeing this movie. I just really hope kids would like this.
Full Movie Reviews
JLFM - wrote on 04/18/2012
It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Winnie The Pooh. And if it was, it's not any more. So believe me when I say that the latest adaption is one of the very best.
The newest installment in the beloved series of Winnie The Pooh films is about, both a search for Eeyore's tale, and a plot to trap a creature that has supposedly captured Christopher Robin.
All the charm and fun of the rest of the Winnie The Pooh films are present here. Short songs and nostalgia help as well.
The voice cast performs well, though some of the new voices may bother you at first. Jim Cummings plays Pooh and Tigger, and Bud Luckey (who you'll recognize as Chuckles from Toy Story 3, among other Pixar films) has been cast as the ever depressed Eeyore. The other cast members shine as well, once you get …
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