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Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ Spirituality and Practice
Excerpt: Charming story about an adult rediscovering his inner child.
Francisco Cangiano @ CineXpress [Spanish]
Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
Excerpt: Despite a promising opening sequence, the film ends up resorting to various simplistic family film tropes that clashes with the murky aesthetics. It’s not terrible, but it doesn’t fully embrace what makes these characters special.
Matt Donato @ Flickering Myth
Excerpt: Oh, bother? More like WHY BOTHER! Seriously – what a drab, melancholic, unenjoyable slog through the Hundred Acre Wood. Where’s Paddington when you need him.
James Jay Edwards @ FilmFracture
Vadim Grigoriev @ kinoblog.com [Ukrainian]
Mark Hobin @ Fast Film Reviews
Excerpt: I simply appreciate Christopher Robin because it’s a poetic reminder to cherish your loved ones. The film is gentle and sweet.
Courtney Howard @ FreshFiction,tv
Excerpt: Cloying when it should be creative, schmaltzy when it should be sweet, the jar of “hunny” is almost empty in this film.
Charlie Juhl @ Citizen Charlie
Excerpt: Another story set in the Hundred Acre Wood targets tear ducts through melancholy and regret. Disney advertises slapstick mayhem, but delivers a pack of neuroses, poor parenting, and innocence lost.?
Kristy Puchko @ Pajiba.com
Excerpt: If you’re looking to Christopher Robin for an uplifting and charming romp through the Hundred Acre Wood, you will be bitterly disappointed.
[New] | Júlio Cézar Rodrigues @ Megalomania Cultural [Portuguese]
Excerpt: Tears can’t be hold when this movie begins. It’s predictable, indeed, but the soul and fluffyness are the most important thing about this.
Amir Siregar @ Amir at the Movies [Indonesian]
Excerpt: Kinda sweet but kinda forgettable. ‘Christopher Robin’ just can’t quite capture the old Pooh magic.
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