Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Winnie the Pooh

Theatrical Release Date (USA): July 15, 2011

Theatrical Release Date in (Japan): September 3, 2011

Animation Studio: Walt Disney Animation Studios
Franchise: Winnie the Pooh
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said at 7:04 AM on Thu Oct 30 2014
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This was put onto the Disney Animated Feature Films list (as No. 51) but the other Theatricla Winnie the Pooh Films (The Tigger Movie, Piglet's Big Movie and Pooh's Heffalump Movie) were not.
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said at 12:12 PM on Thu Oct 30 2014
@CuriousUserX90 Those movies were made by DisneyToon Studios, while all of the officially-numbered ones are made by Walt Disney Animation Studios. Other DisneyToon movies like Planes, A Goofy Movie, and their direct-to-video sequels don't affect the numbering either.
said at 7:33 AM on Sat Aug 9 2014
This movie was alright, nothing to special like critics say it is. I was glad to know that Jim Cummings & Travis Oates were reprising their roles as Pooh, Tigger & Piglet.

The plot itself was ok, nothing too exciting as usual for a Winnie the Pooh story. Though there have been better storylines from the franchise.

I liked the new voices though I do prefer the previous ones, obviously. The only voice I couldn't stand was Rabbit's. Ken Sansom should have reprised his role for this film. It saddens me that he passed away in 2012 as I was hoping he would hopefully return in a future project.
said at 6:12 AM on Sun Apr 13 2014
Honestly this crap should have gone straight to DVD,and i really dont understand all of the positive reviews this movie got,because not only is it bland and somewhat mean spirited,but it feels nothing like the rest of the franchise,and the characters are a lot more cynical and snarky,and not to mention idiotic,and not in the charming,child like way like before.Wathing this film i got an unsetteling post-movie Spongebob vibe,hopefully thats not conected to Tom Kenny vociing Rabbit.

Speaking of witch,i really dislike all of the new voices,i know a lot of the originals sadly passed away,but the replacemeants were poorly chosen,and what the hell was preventing Kath Soucie and Peter Culle from returning as Kanga and Eeyore.
said at 5:07 PM on Tue Mar 20 2012
Sadly none of the original voice actors were alive in 2011, although John Fiedler almost made it. However Disney created a brand new cast (only Jim Cummings and Travis Oates got to reprise their roles) and it works wonderfully. The singing is also great. I wish other recent movies were this good.
said at 6:02 AM on Wed May 22 2013
Don't forget John Cleese!
said at 7:03 PM on Mon Nov 14 2011
I love Eeyore! He is my all time favorite character...what a great voice! I am sure glad that there has been a lot of merchandise to choose from over the last few years in honor of this great character!
said at 9:05 AM on Fri Dec 21 2012
@jules Indeed... Though I do miss Peter Cullen as Eeyore
said at 7:00 AM on Thu Oct 30 2014
@Aussieroth Do you suppose that an Animator from Pixar was the Perfect choice to fit in, when he should be doing some Pixar-related work?

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