This telling of Pooh is a throwback of sorts, aiming to recreate the look and feel of the original animated works by the studio and not overwhelm the classic tales with newer animation styles and techniques. The story, and film, is to the point and doesn’t over complicate things making it ideal for younger audiences to sit back and enjoy Pooh’s adventure. The story mostly revolves around the search for Eeyore’s tail while Pooh tries to satisfy his grumbly tummy. There is a wrench thrown in there as well when the threat of a Backson falls upon the Hundred Acre Wood. As an added bonus, the film’s musical elements are bound to suck in the attention of the little ones as well.
But the film is not just for kids. I enjoyed the film whole heartedly and was grinning ear to ear for most of the film’s runtime. [Read more...]