Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

During an ordinary day in Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie the Pooh sets out to find some honey. Misinterpreting a note from Christopher Robin, Pooh convinces Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Owl, Kanga, Roo, and Eeyore that their young friend has been captured by a creature named "Backson" and they set out to save him.

During an ordinary day in Hundred Acre Wood, Winnie the Pooh sets out to find some honey. Misinterpreting a note from Christopher Robin, Owl convinces Tigger, Rabbit, Piglet, Pooh, Kanga, Roo, and Eeyore that their young friend has been captured by a creature named "Backsoon", and they set out to save him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Armchair O (fr) wrote: The greatest relief of the new Christian-based drama Heaven is for Real is that it tells a story with a Christian message without embarrassing God. Unlike the awful God's Not Dead, which pasted its message to your forehead with thumbtacks, here is a film with good acting, and a true mystery about the existence of the all-mighty. In that way, it plays less like a religious postcard and more like the kind of genial message movie the Jimmy Stewart use to make with Frank Capra.The movie opens by telling us that it is "based on a true story" and that's both a proclamation and a challenge. It is based on a 2010 book by Reverend Todd Burpo in which he claims that in 2003 his four-year old son Colton had a near-death experience during a trip to Denver when he was rushed to the emergency room with a ruptured appendix. The boy's chances were not good, yet he made it. He was never clinically dead, but he later recounted a tale of being out of his body and observing the surgeons in the operating room. He also recounted the whereabouts of his parents during his surgery, then claimed that he went to Heaven, talked with angels, sat on Jesus' lap and also met Todd's father (who died before the boy was born) and an older sister who died in childbirth.The movie recounts this story in simple, unforced detail. Greg Kinnear gives a good performance as Todd Burpo, a man with a mouth full of comforting words and a heart filled with doubt. His faith in God is shaky even before his son's experience. He wears those doubts on his sleeve and even the parishioners of his Nebraska church can sense his unease. Then Colton goes to the hospital and Todd cries out to God not to take his son. When Colton later reveals that he saw this event happen during surgery, Todd isn't sure what to think. Everyone is curious at first, but as time goes on, his relations within his community come apart and so, very nearly, does his marriage to his wife Sonja (Kelly Reilly).As time goes on, and Colton sticks to his story, something in Todd's soul begins to stir. He is filled with questions about his role as a minister, a father and as a man of God. It's easy to understand why. Colton has such a haunting, matter-of-fact way of describing his experience that we begin to believe him ourselves. Colton is played in a lovely performance by young Connor Corum who avoids the traps of the typical cloying Hollywood acting kid. The way he recounts his story is quite beautiful.The best thing about Heaven is for Real is that it never conclusively nails down whether Colton's story is real or not. The outlying question raised by the film is whether he actually visited the spiritual plane or has he simply observed and regurgitated things seen and overheard from the adult world around him. With that question in mind we have to steady ourselves for the revelation that the movie will inevitably land on the proclamation made by the film's title. It does so, but it doesn't fall on you like a ton of bricks.Yet, this is not a perfect movie. For every good quality, there's something bad right behind it. It's a bit too long and director Randall Wallace (who won an Oscar for the screenplay for Braveheart) plays the same emotional note over and over. The somber tone of the film is right but the narrative structure wears the edifice of a TV movie. Some scenes seem to end before they begin, especially during a church meeting in which Burpo is confronted with doubts about his son's claims. It's an important scene but it is handled so awkwardly that it almost seems unfinished. There's also a problem with the film's speech-filled ending which looks and feels forced. There's an earlier scene in which Todd sits in a dark church and asks God, "Where are you?" that would have been a perfect note for the movie to go out on.Still, this is a solid film if you're willing to overlook its gaping flaws. It doesn't pound you over the head with religious furor, nor does it sweep it under the rug. This is a pure and honest film that asks a very serious and sobering question: What happens when we die? The movie has its answer out of the mouths of babes. Whether you believe it is a matter of pure faith.

Nathen B (mx) wrote: Loved the start.....DOWN WITH LOVE!

Robert P (nl) wrote: Another gem from the folks at the Sci-F channel, oops, sorry, I mean SyFy.

Shannon B (jp) wrote: This was a pretty good movie. Not your regular ashely judd movie, but great if you can relate to it

Sharice H (nl) wrote: This movie is hilarious, and completely "coming-of-age". The structure is rather unique, it keeps going after the traditional "end", and gives a realistic portrait of what probably would happen to couples in romantic comedies after "the end" of the movie. I loved it, but the reason I gave it 4 stars instead of 5 is because the editing was awkward at some points. I would watch this again though.

julie c (jp) wrote: this is soooooo funny youve just gotta watch it

Jason O (us) wrote: Celtic Pride is probably the worst comedy movie I've ever seen and one of the worst movies I've ever seen period. Basketball is my favorite sport, but not even the basketball in the movie was all that entertaining. Cameo appearances by a few NBA players including Larry Bird are just about the only things good about the movie. The reason I didn't like this movie is because some of my friends had told me that it was hilarious. I didn't think it was funny at all. All the jokes that Damon Wayans and the rest of the crew told were sickening rather than funny. The ones that weren't dirty and sick were just plain stupid. If you like good comedy movies, I definitely don't recommend this movie at all. Save your money for some of the other good ones. NOTE: That was my Amazon review from the year 2000. I like the actors in this film and like most of their movies, but this was the lowest point of all their careers to me. Horrible!

mark m (ca) wrote: A truly highly underrated comedy by Nora Ephron. It being critically panned doesn't make a lick of sense. The comedy always make you laugh with every beat, to the point of pure satisfaction.

Jonathan C (fr) wrote: Really tough one to get through for me. Has some nice visuals, but I feel this is definitely one of Spielberg's worst films. It drags from start to finish and Christian Bale's character is one of the most annoying kids I've seen in a movie. I just wanted this to end as soon as possible.

Joe S (us) wrote: Very funny and holds up even now

Tim R (au) wrote: Really interesting singing, costumes, and a great performance from Gerard Butler!

Kevin M W (nl) wrote: Max Steiner's haunting score swells like a tidal current throughout this, the grand mal weeper to end all weepers. A young woman struggles valiantly against the overprotective will of her indomitable rock of a mother, herself made hard by life, to forge a life and love free of restraint. Paul Henried is understanding, charming and loyal, Claude Rains is wise, insightful and patient, but Bette, scratching and clawing her way from ugly duckling to grace, gives the shimmering performance of a lifetime

Martin P (gb) wrote: Mmmmmm...they made a sequel! That's Hollywood for ya!

Dan O (de) wrote: Bill Murray is the tough-as-hell gangster, whereas De Niro is the meek, sensitive guy. If it sounds strange, trust me, it is.

Breee C (ag) wrote: Amazing. A few tears and some beautiful scenes of Australia. Very proud to call this home made

Jim F (br) wrote: Always guarenteed good dialogue. There is no man i'd rather film a bunch of actors stuck in a lift than Sir Quentin Tarantino. "You Sir, are a hyena", "well i've been called worse"