We are really excited to share our review for the movie Goodbye Christopher Robin! We are thrilled to give a few readers a Goodbye Christopher Robin Prize Pack! If you haven’t heard of the movie yet, you will want to see this. I will give you a heads up that it isn’t a kid’s movie so keep the little ones at home.
GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children’s author A. A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin (Will Tilston), whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie-the-Pooh. Along with his mother Daphne (Margot Robbie), and his nanny Olive (Kelly Macdonald), Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing hope and comfort to England after the First World War. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will the cost be to the family?
RATING: PG – thematic elements, some bullying, war images and brief language
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Sandy Klocinski says
For me, Winnie the Pooh represents the innocence and joy of my childhood, its a quintessential representation of the power and value of childhood literature. Milne is not only an author but an artist, with how he crafts the characters to appeal on a range of levels and carry a range of morals, from the bumbling Pooh bear, the tentative Piglet, fun-loving Tigger and bossy Rabbit. For me this also extends to the movies which I loved as a child, I still remember watching (and re-watching) Pooh’s Grand Adventure, and following their story and travels.
angie p says
I loved reading the books as a child and then reading them to my own daughter when she was a little girl.
Marty C says
My childhood memories are mostly of the Disney version. I didn’t read the original books until I had kids of my own.
Diane baum says
My sons loved the story-one called himself Tigger and the other piglet. Today, they are adults.
kimberly harrison says
i remember watching the show during my childhood
Star Traci says
This movie looks really good but sad. I’m glad for the heads up about not bringing the kiddos. It’s definitely on my list!
Darlene Owen says
The memories I have of Winnie the Pooh is having my sister read it to me when I was little.
I have been a fan of Winnie the Pooh since I was a little girl! I would love to win this!
I am so so so excited for this movie to hit theaters. I’m a huge fan of Winnie the Pooh so this movie has a special place in my heart.
Maria B says
I remembered when I was younger watching Winnie the Pooh and friends on Disney right before going to school.
Brenda K says
My daughter was in love with Winnie The Pooh,and I have fond memories of reading her bedtime stories.
I love Winnie the Pooh. I used to read Winnie the Pooh books when I was little! Definitely one of my favorites!
That trailer gets me every time I see it! I am really looking forward to seeing this and learning about this real story!
April Monty says
My favorite pooh memories are of the specials that came on, *blustery day*, and the like
Believe it or not it, it wasn’t until I was almost an adult that I read Winnie the Pooh. My parents came to America from Italy and ZI guess it wasn’t there thing. It was wonderful sharing it with my kids for teh first time.
rebecca Braynt says
My fondest memory of Winnie the Pooh was being curled up on the sofa with my son watching on Saturday morning. He is still a fan and at 17 still, will sit and watch it with me. We are planning a mom/son date night to go see this movie.
I remember my mom reading it to me as a child.
jennifer bowen says
i was 5 years old and i got to see the movie when it frist came out but i also had the books and toys too and well thats what i recall
I remember reading the Winnie the Pooh stories to my children.
John Dallal says
This looks like a movie for me-one that spells SENTIMENTALITY
John Dallal says
I remember Winnie-The-Pooh when I was very young-what my Mother read to me & what I read to my son.
Paul Gardner says
i always had a stuffed animal of winnie the pooh and watched all of the cartoons!
Cindy Peterson says
My Great Aunt hand designed and made Winnie the Poo animals for me and my siblings when we were young. I was the youngest so appropriately I received Kanga and baby Roo. It was a very loved part of my childhood.
Stacie Humphrey says
Winnie the Pooh was my first stuffed animal as a baby, I always loved the cartoon and one of my favorite books as a child was a Winnie the Pooh book. When I had my daughter, I did her nursery in a Winnie the Pooh theme. So Winnie the Pooh holds a special place in my heart. ♡
Tammy Horn says
I use to love all the Winnie the Poo books. My oldest brother use to read them to me nightly.
Wendy Caddy says
I have fond memories of watching Winnie the Pooh with my children when they were little, which was long ago.
Deborah pressley says
I remember my grandfather reading this book o me. I felt safe , happy and loved
Karley Moore says
We always call my grown brother Pooh because he loved Winnie the Pooh so much. Thanks for the giveaway!
I remember a long time ago (like in the late 1970’s!) seeing a Poo cartoon on I think it was NBC one evening
I remember reading the books as a kid
Cassandra D. says
I remember Winnie the Pooh with honey and every time I saw that I wanted to eat something that contained any amount of honey in it.
JOni Mitchell says
I remember watching Winnie The Poo as a kid.
Dwayne Berry says
I always loved when they had one of the Winnie the Pooh cartoons on The Wonderful World of Disney. I loved them all.
Sandy H says
I loved the books and read them to my kids too.
Yvonne Delgado says
Winnie the Pooh was a big part of my childhood. My mom would read the books to us, we would watch the videos on tv, and we had our beloved stuffed animals
Carly S says
I remember Roo, the baby kangaroo. And how all the characters had such unique personalities.
robin s. says
I have very fond memories of Winnie the Pooh. I remember watching when I was a child and enjoying it so much.
Katrina Brockavich says
As much as I watched and read Winnie the pooh as a child, my very fondest memories are of watching it with my oldest daughter when she was a toddler. She knew all the parts of the movie we had by heart!
I grew up watching winnie the pooh. I think my love for animals came about witnessing the love between pooh and christopher.
Kelly D says
I remember watching the movie and being amazed at how Winnie the Pooh got stuck in the tree.
Dawn Castiglione says
I work in an elementary school and I love seeing the children’s faces light up during story time.
Marilyn Nawara says
Winnie the Pooh was big when I was growing up — remember watching the movie many times. Love Piglet.
Diana Oliver says
My favorite memory is my husband painting Pooh murals in the nursery when I was pregnant with our oldest.
I remember as a child watching Winnie the Pooh every morning and being obsessed with Tigger.
Polly Hall says
I still have my hard covered book that my mom would read to me at least once a year.
i had tons of pooh bear books, as well as 3 Poohs in different sizes that played the song to help me sleep!! I love pooh Such a silly bear!!!
melissa c says
i have read a collection of classic Winnie the Pooh books to my son from birth to age 10.
Katie Smith says
I remember watching it with my cousins all the time!
Michelle Plummer says
I grew up reading and watching Winnie the Pooh.
I named my stuffed bear Pooh.
Ashley Turicik says
I loved pooh bear when I was growing up. I watched the cartoon and had the books and pajamas and slippers.
Kelly r says
I loved Winnie the Pooh as a kid. My favorite was Eeyore!!!!
Amanda Goodwin says
I loved watching and reading about all
Of Pooh’s adventures with his friends. He was a favorite for my sister and I!
Tracey byram says
My grandmother read me winnie the pooh stories every time I spent the night at her house.
I loved all the characters. They were so nice and fun. A simple kindness was always shown from them.
Rhonda Fuller says
I had Winnie The Pooh pictures and characters in my room all over my walls
Rebecca W says
I loved watching Winnie the Pooh as a child, and I still enjoy watching it with my children. Movies today don’t compare to the classics.
Stacey Fox says
I can’t wait to see this movie. I love Winnie the Pooh. Thanks for the giveaway!
angela smith says
I use to love winnie the pooh when i was younger , I remember my dad always reading me the book before I went to bed when he got home from work
Fredrick Pauly says
Wiinnie the Pooh, a classic
Jessica Padilla says
I remember watching it during rainy days when I was a kid.
I loved watching Winnie the Pooh with my brother and sister
Jessica Rose says
I remember watching it as a child!
Cynthia Van Hise says
I remember reading it as a child. My daughter also loves Winnie the pooh at magic kingdom
Patti Lambert says
My daughter wants to see this so bad.
Margaret S Porter says
I remember loving the show when I was a child. Ive tried to instill the love of Pooh in my grandchildren. Their aunt was a huge Winnie the pooh fan and died at age 28. We include a bit of pooh in every family event
Elizabeth H. says
I used to have all of the Winnie The Pooh Characters when I was a kid. Also had Winnie The Pooh pajamas!
My best friend in 2nd grade loved Eeyore
Michelle Ward says
I remember watching Winnie the pooh in the mornings when I stayed the night with my grandmother.
kathy Persons says
My little guy would sit infront of the video and do a belly laugh every time he watched~ I love hearing kids laugh~
Joy L says
I liked watching the cartoon versions with Tigger.
I remember the pooh watches that everyone wear when I was in school
Sarah Hayes says
this show is such a classic. we watched the original movies all the time as kids
Jennifer Cervantes says
I remember reading the books as a kid.
Leah Shumack says
We used to go to our grandmother’s and watch the cartoon all the time!
Angelica Dimeo says
I have the memory of watching Winnie the Pooh as a child and with my children
Jennifer H. says
We watched when we were kids.
Mary Ronan says
Winnie the pooh is my hero! Just ask Christopher Robbin.
Nicole Huskey says
I remember reading the story just about everyday when I was little. I loved it and I hope that I instilled that into my children.
John H. says
We watched as kids.
Julie Terry says
I loved watching Winnie the Pooh as a child and reading the books.
Audrey Stewart says
My youngest child really loved Winnie the Pooh. I still have her Winnie the Pooh blankets.
Elizabeth Brooks says
I love winnie the pooh, watched it growing up
Jan Lee says
My mom had some of the Winnie the Pooh collection books (a 4 book set) when we were younger) and she would read them to us at bedtime many times. When I got older, she let me read them by myself 🙂
KENNETH OHL says
Winnie the Pooh was my favorite growing up I love him
Richard Brandt says
Eeyore was my favorite. He’s my role model.
I have fond memories of reading Pooh’s adventures as a child.
Eileen Boyce says
I loved reading Winnie to my girls and now they have girls to read to.
Eileen Boyce says
I loved reading Winnie to my girls and now they have girls to read to! thanks
Kayla Klontz says
Winnie the Pooh was the first stuffed animal my parents bought for me! As a child I owned all of the books and I loved watching it as well!
kelly woods says
Love Winnie the Pooh
Sherri J says
Reading the book with my brother. We loved it.
Ellie Wright says
When I was 4 or 5 Winnie the Pooh made a personal appearance at Sears near us. I remember being so excited to go and meet him.
I read the books when I started having kids.
Sue Hull says
I remember getting my pjs on and climbing into bed then my mom would come read Winnie The Pooh to me and my two little sisters.Lots of good memories reading it to my daughter when she little.Thank you for the chance ☺
Miz Vickik says
Watching it with my Mom!
Yona Williams says
I have fond memories reading the books and watching the cartoons.