Christopher Robin is in theaters now, The DisInsider reviewed it with great praise. However we wanted to know what you think. So we took your exclusive reactions from twitter and wanted to share them.
#ChristopherRobin goes right into my top 5 movies of the year, possibly top 3. Absolutely delightful and the script is sublime. Genuinely loved every second. I laughed, I cried, it’s the movie we need right now. And @nickmohammed as Piglet is delightful genius!
— Simon Thompson (@ShowbizSimon) August 5, 2018
#ChristopherRobin is an utterly delightful celebration of classic childhood icons that also tugs at the heartstrings with its poignant tale about the dangers of growing up too fast.
— Sean Nasuti (@Filmfan2013) August 5, 2018
@TheDisInsider #ChristopherRobin was a wonderful celebration of everything Winnie the Pooh with a charming story, great performances, and lovable characters. Also, @Jimcummingsacme deserves an Oscar. Just sayin’.
— Brandon Croker (@huttohippos1449) August 5, 2018
#christopherrobin is a film that harkens back to Walt-era simplistic storytelling. Its beloved characters keep the same charm they have always had because of the fantastic vocal performances. Ewan Mcgregor shines as the titular character.
— Jacko B. Graphic (@1928Fantasmic) August 5, 2018
What did you think of Christopher Robin? Let us know in the comments.
Jim Cummings returns as the voice of Winnie the Pooh, and will also be returning to voice Tigger. Replacing Chris O’Dowd as Tigger, Brad Garrett as Eeyore, Nick Mohammed as Piglet, Peter Capaldi as Rabbit, Toby Jones as Owl, and Sophie Okonedo as Kanga. The film is directed by Marc Forster (Finding Neverland).
Hayley Atwell plays Christopher Robin’s wife, Evelyn, and their daughter Madeline is played by Bronte Carmichael. Mark Gatiss plays Giles Winslow, Christopher’s boss. Christopher works for a luggage company. The film takes place in 1940s London when Christopher returns home from World War II.
Christopher Robin is in theaters now
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