FilmFracture Review: Winnie The Pooh

Kristen Sales of FilmFracture writes: "Disney's latest iteration of the profitable and enduring Pooh brand is as simple and no-frills as its title suggests: a back-to-basics approach that favors hand-drawn animation over computer graphics, gentle character-based humor over ribald pop culture references, and decidedly low-key adventures over epic grandeur. It is a refreshingly old-fashioned antidote to the summer movie season's typically headache-inducing children's entertainment and, at only 79 minutes, guaranteed to keep the attention of even the most fidgety youngsters."

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