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Winnie The Pooh [Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy] (Bilingual)

Jim Cummings , Craig Ferguson    G (General Audience)   Blu-ray
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Walt Disney Animation Studios proudly presents the wonderful new adventure, WINNIE THE POOH. Return to the Hundred Acre Wood for a heartwarming original movie, and reunite with the beloved bear and his silly but steadfast friends for a magical family experience. When sad old Eeyore loses his tail, Owl sends the whole gang -- Pooh, Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Kanga and Roo -- on a wild journey to help Eeyore and save Christopher Robin from the mysterious Bakson. Inspired by five stories from A.A. Milne's books and created in Disney's legendary hand-drawn style, this all-new classic introduces one of the world's most cherished characters to a whole new generation. Narrated by John Cleese and bursting with brand-new songs performed by Zooey Deschanel, this wonderfully whimsical film is a must-own for every family's movie collection!
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Les studios d'animation Walt Disney sont fiers de présenter WINNIE L'OURSON, une nouvelle aventure merveilleuse. Ce film original réconfortant vous emmène une fois de plus dans la forêt des Rêves bleus pour rejoindre votre ourson bien-aimé et ses amis farfelus mais loyaux, et vivre une expérience magique en famille. Quand le pauvre vieux Bourriquet perd sa queue, Maître Hibou envoie toute la bande ? Winnie, Tigrou, Coco Lapin, Porcinet, Grand Gourou et Petit Gourou -- dans une quête trépidante pour aider l'âne et sauver Jean-Christophe d'un mystérieux ravisseur. Inspiré de cinq histoires tirées des livres de A .A . Milne et créé dans le style légendaire des dessins faits à la main de Disney, ce tout nouveau classique présente l'un des personnages les plus aimés au monde à une génération entière. Rempli de toutes nouvelles chansons et grâce à un récit merveilleusement loufoque, ce film est un incontournable pour toutes les familles !

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Author A.A. Milne's beloved bear, Winnie the Pooh, joins forces with his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood to help two of their own in Disney's hand-drawn charmer. Though he describes himself as a "bear of very little brain," Pooh (Jim Cummings) proves he's all heart when sad-sack Eeyore's tail goes missing and a terrible creature called the "Backson" abducts Christopher Robin (Jack Boulter), their human protector (the schoolboy actually leaves a note saying he will be "back soon"). Granted, our hero spends the entire journey dreaming about glorious pots of "hunny," but when push comes to shove, he prioritizes his pals over his tummy, which rumbles and expands as his hunger pangs increase. Wisely, co-directors Don Hall and Stephen J. Anderson avoid the distraction of instantly recognizable actors in favor of animation veterans, like Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants), who voices the resourceful Rabbit. While Sebastian Cabot narrated the Winnie featurettes of yore, comedian John Cleese, who sometimes speaks directly to Pooh, ably steps into his shoes, and talk-show host Craig Ferguson also makes a mark as the know-it-all Owl. At 68 minutes, not including short film "The Ballad of Nessie," this John Lasseter-produced feature should captivate most young viewers, even those accustomed to faster-paced, computer-animated features, like Lasseter's directorial efforts for Pixar. Musician M. Ward and singer/actress Zooey Deschanel of the band She & Him add to the old-fashioned charm with their retro-sounding songs. And be sure to stay through the closing credits for the funny surprise at the end. --Kathleen C. Fennessy

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4.0 out of 5 stars Silly old bear Aug. 26 2011
By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAME TOP 10 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
Like many other people, I have fond nostalgic memories of watching the original "Winnie the Pooh" shorts when I was a little kid. However, the Disney Corporation then spent many years systematically RAPING my childhood by putting out increasingly awful Pooh adventures, whitewashing all the characters, adding a bunch of NEW ones nobody liked, and even erasing Christopher Robin. SACRILEGE!

Fortunately, the 2011 "Winnie the Pooh" movie is a much more satisfying experience, especially since the story hearkens back to the original A.A. Milne stories. It has the slight tweeness that comes from TRYING to match the original's charm, and the musical numbers are pretty disposable, but it recaptures much of the atmosphere and childish chaos.

While on the hunt for honey, Pooh finds that Eeyore has lost his tail, leading to a contest among the Hundred-Acre Woods' inhabitants. The tail remains missing, and none of the substitutes really work. The next day, Pooh also finds that Christopher Robin has gone mysteriously missing, leaving behind a note: "Gon Out Bizzy Back Soon."

Since Owl doesn't read nearly as well as he thinks he does, he interprets the note to mean that Christopher Robin has been abducted by a monster known as the Backson. So Rabbit organizes an elaborate trap to catch the Backson, Tigger begins teaching poor Eeyore how to be a second Tigger, and Pooh continues his quest for HONEY. Chaos ensues.

Anyone expecting something as effortlessly charming and nostalgic as the 1960s/1970s Pooh adventures is going to be disappointed. "Winnie the Pooh" is consciously trying to capture that charm, so it sometimes gets twee. Also, the musical numbers are pretty much 100% padding, and are thoroughly mediocre.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Best Pooh movie around Oct. 15 2014
Format:Blu-ray
This is by far the best Pooh movie around! The story is very funny so much so that you will laugh out loud in a few parts. The music in catchy and done by Zooey Deshanel. The song at the end "so long", my daughter and I loved so much that we would rewind and rewind it to play over and over again!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent movie Dec 8 2012
By Me TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD|Verified Purchase
My granddaughters loved this movie. One girl laughed so much when one of the characters would tumble down the letters

The other girl felt concern over eyeore's missing tail and how gloomy he was.
Overall this was a big hit. They want to watch it over and over.

This is a story that I can comfortably let the girl's watch
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