Winnie The Pooh comes out in theaters on Friday July 15th and I recommend you take your little ones to go see it. It’s amazingly cute and makes me want to cuddle my plush and sing along with Zooey Deschanel as she brings new life to Winnie the Pooh’s theme song all the way to the end, and let me tell you. YOU MUST watch all of the credits! There is a fun surprise at the end!
Winnie the Pooh wakes up from his sleep, rather the narrator makes him get out of bed and all he can think about his honey. This bear is ready to eat. He even pictures his friends as honey pots. I love how Winnie the Pooh jumps in and out of the characters imagination.
Christopher Robin comes for a visit and they all find the Eeyore needs a tail. The prize winner will receive a pot of honey, so you know that Pooh is the first one to come up with an idea. He uses his clock, but we quickly find that it just won’t work. So Eeyore is left without a tail and Pooh with an empty rumbly tummy.
The Winnie The Pooh characters are so adorable and I love how Disney decided to let them play with the text. There are a few times when they play with and use the letters to solve problems.
We’re also reminded time after time that they aren’t the brightest bunch of apples, but the kids will find so much humor in the movie. As I was watching it, I was laughing and thinking of how much of the movie that Miles will love. There is a scene where Piglet gets stuck in a bee hive and well I know Miles is going to LOVE IT.
The characters find a note left by Christopher Robin and it says Back soon but when they asked Owl to read it they think Christopher has been captured by a backson. So they all go out to rescue Christopher Robin and in the process they get stuck in a hole, left with Piglet to rescue them. As they were contemplating what the backson might look like and that dream like sequence might be a little scary to some. Just an FYI if you have extra sensitive kids, but it’s completely safe and perfect for kids. They are sure to laugh, and smile as they watch Winnie The Pooh over and over again all summer long!
Disney has succeeded yet again at making an adorable classic in Winnie The Pooh.