Pooh's Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin


Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Musical

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 72%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 4538


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Jim Cummings as Winnie the Pooh / Skullasaurus growls
David Warner as The Narrator
Peter Cullen as Eeyore
John Fiedler as Piglet
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by StevePulaski 10 / 10

"Christopher Robin and I could do nothing."

Pooh's Grand Adventure, while inferior to the previous installment, is still perfectly acceptable in its own right. This is the saddest Winnie the Pooh film in my memory, but is yet the most delightful because of its message and the way it shows it. The moral is even if you're not accompanied by that special someone, you have them in your heart at all times. What animated film dares tell you something as strong as Winnie the Pooh? My favorite thing that I've admired about the Pooh cartoons is the fact that they are an act of innocence and are as gentle as a feather. There is never any mention of "death" in the show, or even the slightest hint. Even if someone falls from an very high ledge or tree, they brush themselves off, and move on to the next activity.

The plot is reminiscent of the latest movie installment. Christopher Robin is going back to school, but because of Pooh's desire not to hear the news he has, he doesn't tell him. Pooh wakes up to an unaccompanied tree, and no Christopher Robin in sight. Only a note and a jar of honey on Pooh's doorstep. He rounds up the gang, with the exception of Kanga and Roo, and head over to Owl's with the note and jar of honey. Owl says the note says something about Christopher Robin needs help over at School, which he mistakes for "skull." They all become braver than a bee, and stronger than they seem and go on a hunt for their friend.

The sadness and tear-jerking moments flood this short but sweet special. But they aren't like a crying fit more than like a beautiful sadness. Even though things look down, the gang is optimistic about Christopher Robin's return and they keep smiling all the way through the trip.

Like many Pooh specials, there isn't much to say either than they are wonderfully animated, wonderfully told, and just an all out pleasure on screen. Each character all targets a specific feeling or emotion in one's character, and together, it's like they fill everyone's set of emotions. It's beautiful beyond the simplicity and happiness it brings to children.

Voiced by: Jim Cummings, Ken Sansom, John Fiedler, Paul Winchell, Peter Cullen, and Brady Bluhm. Directed by: Karl Geurs.

Reviewed by in_the_shadows_she_crawls 10 / 10

Lovely for adults and children:)

Much better film for children and everybody than many other children movies. Less violent and more true and loving. Tells more about the true things in life the child is good to know about. Wise movie and moving and touching on the deeper level, I- the adult- truly enjoyed the child within me:) Winnie the Pooh really gets to you!!!!!

Reviewed by Kevin Ranville 10 / 10

A fun little adventure for children and their parents.

This is a great movie that both my children watched extensively as toddlers. It has good messages for kids, as all Winnie the Pooh cartoons do, and the animation and voice acting are top quality. It's also got some great lines that make me laugh no matter how many times I hear them.

"Look at the biceps on that bear! I'm not worthy to dangle from the same precipice." - Tigger.

"Never trust that thing between your ears. Haven't had a need for mine in years." - Rabbit.

"What's up, buddy bear?" "Piglet is up, Tigger." - Pooh, pointing a Piglet in the top of a tree.

"Jump down, Piglet! We'll catch you, likely as not!" - Tigger.

"End of the line. Nothing to do, and no hope of things getting better. Sounds like Saturday night at my house." - Eeyore.

"There's no difference between falling ten-thousand feet to the jagged rocks below, and tumbling out of bed. Except for the splat at the end, they're practically similar." - Tigger.

I find it hard to believe that people would actually criticize this movie negatively. It's a kids' movie for crying out loud. If you've got nothing better to do than watch and criticize kids' movies, you really need to get a life.

I gave it a ten. I can't think of anything that could have made it better.

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