Christopher Robin review


“Christopher Robin” is an hour and forty three minute long movie, that is rated PG. It was in theaters in August of 2018 and is now on many other TV stations. It is also a drama and a fantasy. It features Ewan McGregor, Hayley Atwell, Jim Cummings, Brad Garrett, and Bronte Cermichael.


It is about a man named Christopher Robin, known as the little boy with his friends Winnie-the-Pooh, Tigger, Owl, Piglet, and Eeyore. He was a full time business man with almost no life with his family. With the help of his old time pals and a few adventures, he learns to make more time with his family.


This is a great family movie, but not the typical middle school hang out type of mood. In some people’s opinion, this movie would be a little childish. Since this film is based off of the Winnie-the-Pooh books and tv show, this shouldn’t be a huge surprise. But it is a fun movie that will bring you back to the times when you were little.


Compared to the classic animated TV show, “Christopher Robin” does seem better, also for the fact that it is real actors not the cartoon version. It also is a little more repeatable for a day to day family and it is easier to relate to the characters. There is way more action in the movie compared to the old TV show. Even if there is still very little action scenes.


I would recommend this movie for a good-old family movie night or a younger audience, but not really for a 12-14 year old middle school movie binge watch, or a night out with friends unless this movie genre appeals to you. But it is a good movie to just watch and wined down if you don’t want to watch anything too crazy or get you tense when you watch it.