The Many Adventures of Winnie The Pooh Blu-ray Review Comments -


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ryanwareham 9/5/2013 12:50:28 PM

I just reread my initial post, and how fitting that I forgot to mention Eeyore. He's the embodyment of a child's loneliness and feelings of despair. The other characters often forget about him (embodiment of loneliness) but when around they are all great friends and love him equally. Tigger seems to take delight in playing with him, hunting him down and having fun in a tigger way - which is how those personalities would interact at the base level.

Overall all characters (traits) are handled with a level of depth and intelligence uncommon to it's day, but that credit certainly is attributable to the initial writer, not to Disney who are continuing in a very respectful manner to the source! :)

thezillaman 9/5/2013 1:32:13 PM

 oh wow I need this, it's my wifes fav. 

Muenster 9/6/2013 11:59:04 AM

Pooh is a communist.

rutldge 9/11/2013 7:43:34 PM


And here we get a review for Winnie the Pooh, but still no review for Now You See Me?  Why Rob, why?  While I have nothing against the Pooh, I would much rather come to this site to read reviews that fit the Mania genre more than Pooh does!

You review many movies when they come out, but for some reason couldn't get around to 'Now You See Me' when it came out.  You said 'we'll review it when it comes out on DVD'.  Well, now it's out on DVD.  What's the excuse now?

fenngibbon 9/11/2013 9:04:14 PM

 I've been a huge Winnie the Pooh fan for my entire life, and even now in my forties it still kind of bothers me that I'm not as fond of honey as I think I should be.  

I'd have to check the family attic to be sure, but I think I might even still have the wind up music box that looks like a TV and plays the Winnie the Pooh theme as pictures scroll by.

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