Christopher Robin|Hayley Atwell
Christopher Robin
Hayley Atwell and Ewan Mcgregor
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Director Marc Forster helmed this live action movie that features English author . A. Milne's best loved characters as walking and talking stuffed animals. Ewan McGregor stars as a middle-aged Christopher Robin, now burdened by an stultifying white collar job that prevents him from spending quality time with his family. Winne the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, and Tigger venture from Hundred Acre Wood into London to turn his life around.


Main Cast & Crew:
Marc Forster - Director
Hayley Atwell
Ewan McGregor
Chris O'Dowd
Toby Jones
Jim Cummings
Peter Capaldi
Mark Gatiss
Brad Garrett
Sophie Okonedo
Adrian Scarborough


    DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 104
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 786936859300
  • Genre: Adventure
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (some action)
  • Release Date: November 2018

"It’s amusing to see these familiar characters rendered as Milne might have known them, looking alive behind their worn plush 'fur' and unblinking button eyes." - 08/02/2018 Variety

"The voice casting is spot-on, with Jim Cummings' work as Pooh beautifully calibrated to express the bear's full awareness of his pronounced shortcomings..." - 08/02/2018 Hollywood Reporter

"The travel scenes, and the return visit to the Hundred Acre Wood, are pleasant enough, with McGregor doing a fine job of credibly selling the reunion between him and his stuffed pals." - 08/03/2018

3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] breathtaking visuals like a low-angle shot of McGregor leading a bouncing, skipping, shuffling menagerie across a hilltop. It’s a superior model of library-card nostalgia." - 08/03/2018 Rolling Stone

"[A] sweetly amusing concoction....Directed with a soft, pleasing touch...CHRISTOPHER ROBIN finds ways to distinguish itself within its generic confines." - 08/02/2018 Los Angeles Times

"[I]t offers more or less what a Pooh reboot should: a lot of nostalgia, a bit of humor and tactile computer animation..." - 08/02/2018 New York Times

"The CGI creations are pretty adorable, essentially looking like stuffed animals that can walk and jump and run and talk." - 08/03/2018 Chicago Sun-Times