Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh


Original title: Winnie the Pooh
Language: English
Translation: subdubs
Genre: Cartoon
USA, 2011, 73'
Directed by: Stephen J. Anderson, Don Hall
Almost 4 decades after the first full length animation by Disney for Winnie the Pooh, here comes the remake for the characters from the Hundred Acre Wood.


With nostalgia and relief we mark that nothing's changed - the drawings are still naive-pleasant, the bear is still gluttonous and the Bulgarian audio is really adequate with the characters. But "Oh, trouble" as Pooh himself says. The movie is too short.

This time a few short stories are collected in an one-hour adventure which is mostly about the lost tail of Eeyore. The fellowship of toys decides to help in any way and to fix the problem and by the idea of their patron Christofer Robin they start a competition for finding the most suitable tail for the donkey. The price, of course, is a pot with honey. Scarily for the animals, Christofer Robin suddenly disappears leaving a strange note of which they realize that he has been kidnapped by a monster called Backson. The little viewers will have real fun of the absurd play of words and situations Pooh and his friends are thrown to but in the end Backson does not eat anyone and Eeyore finds a tail. The honey goes to Pooh and his belly which is a genuine character by his own.



 

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