Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

DVD - 2011
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Eyeore has lost his tail, and Winnie the Pooh and his friends hold a contest to get him a new one.
Audience: OFRB rating: G.
Publisher: Burbank : Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2011.
Branch Call Number: J DVD FIC Winni
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (63 min.) : digital, sound, colour ; 12 cm
Language Note: In English dubbed in French and Spanish with French and Spanish subtitles.
Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.


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From Bibliocommons: "Eyeore has lost his tail, and Winnie the Pooh and his friends hold a contest to get him a new one."

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Jan 03, 2020

I absolutely adore Winnie the Pooh! I thought that this movie was very sweet, and would be perfect for any and all kids! The characters are all unique, and very loveable, which makes this story so enjoyable! There are many great lessons about friendship and emotions within this adventure, which makes it meaningful as well. I think that kids will love watching Pooh and his group of friends, and will remain engaged and entertained throughout the entire film, which is why I would definitely recommend that other viewers watch this movie! It is a cute film that the whole family can enjoy together! @PenelopeScriptor of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

Winnie the Pooh is a fun and cheerful film that anyone can enjoy, regardless of age! Although it is a children’s film, I genuinely enjoyed the story, the beloved characters, the humour, and the animation. It’s a light-hearted movie whose humour is not childish as one would think. I had never watched The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh prior to viewing this film though I still found all the characters lovable, entertaining, and delightful, especially Winnie the Pooh himself. They’re all interesting and different from one another, and as a group of friends, their characters compliment each other well. Another thing is, I found the storytelling really intriguing because the format followed that of a storybook but the characters interacted with the narrator and the text on the pages which was a cool twist. The animation was also lovely, especially how the honey was animated. There is one scene in the film where Winnie the Pooh fantasizes about honey, and the way the scene was mapped out and drawn was beautiful and greatly visually-appealing to watch. In general, Winnie the Pooh is a pleasant, jovial, and playful movie for everyone to watch! 5/5 stars.
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May 20, 2019

Normally I hate when I get halfway through a movie and realize that I've already seen it, but for this, I'll make an exception. This is absolutely adorable and I'm so glad that it is in the tradition of the older Winnie The Pooh movies. I can't believe that there are viewers who didn't like this movie and who said that kids they watched it with didn't like it either. Well, I haven't been a kid for over 40 years,but I loved it! I loved the drawings and I loved the new stories. I'm glad that Eeyore and Pooh were the featured characters because they are my favorites. I highly recommend this sweet movie and if you watch it, be sure to watch it all, because even the credits are adorable and there is a bonus part of the movie after the credits are finished. This one is going in my collection as soon as possible!

Jul 18, 2015

winnie the pooh and tiger and rabbit are great diney character.

Jun 23, 2015

it is good

Dec 14, 2014

Thanks to a series of comical misunderstandings a search for Eeyore's missing tail winds up becoming a hunt for the elusive "Bakson”, a terrifyingly mischievous monster with a penchant for swallowing alarm clocks and putting holes in socks. Filmed as if the action took place within the pages of a storybook, it's fun to see the Hundred Acre Wood gang scrambling up paragraphs and (literally) tripping over their sentences. Although produced for the preschool crowd, the colourful old-school animation and clever presentation will give adults a pleasant sense of nostalgia. Even the cutesy 60-second songs are somewhat catchy!

I really like this new winnie the pooh movie it's a really good movie i like the old winnie the pooh movies better then my friends tigger and pooh i did watched it on disney Jr coople shows and all the winnie the pooh's you have on dvd.

Mar 23, 2012

Can always count on Winnie the Pooh! What a lovely family movie! Great for all ages.

Jan 06, 2012

Silly old bear!

I really appreciate that this film's done in the traditional style; I loath the Pixar computer 3D style that seems to be everywhere these days.

Dec 23, 2011

Very Pooh. Ah how sweet and philosophic.

One of the cutest and most sincere children’s movies I have seen in a few years! It felt like a classic, with ALL THE CHARMS of older Winnie the Pooh movies. You could tell the writers had great affection for the characters and resisted the Hollywood trend of “updating” (and usually wrecking) great stories. I DISAGREE with another reviewer that it lacked the “insight” of the original stories, and I even found distinct nods of the cap to Milne’s works, such as when Tigger follows his own tracks around a tree. Although, this movie might seem a bit young and tame for older children, it’s brilliant for younger children and sentimental grown-ups. I absolutely ADORED this movie!

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