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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Goodbye Christopher Robin'

11.01.2018
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Now Showing In Budapest: 'Goodbye Christopher Robin'
"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."


Movie type: Drama

Director: Simon Curtis

Script: Frank Cottrell Boyce, Simon Vaughan

Starring: Daphne Milne -Margot Robbie, A.A. Milne - Domhnall Gleeson, Christopher Robin (8 years old) - Will Tilston, Christopher Robin (18 years old) - Alex Lawther

Length: 1 hr. 47 min.

Rated: PG

Reviews:

Berardinelli, Internet Critic: “Above Average - The problem with Goodbye Christopher Robin is that, although it tells its story, there's no sense of freshness or energy to the approach. Winnie the Pooh is timeless and unforgettable. The same qualities don't apply to this tale of the real-life people and circumstances that inspired his creation.”

Roger Ebert: “Average - "Goodbye Christopher Robin never quite reconciles its whimsical upbeat passages with its gloomy downer portions. What could have been a salute to the power of imagination to heal damaged souls and broken relationships instead opts to focus on tragic events.”

Slant Magazine: “Below Average - Simon Curtis's film is often bathetic, but its most glaring faults lie in its extreme structural imbalance. ...the film unfortunately lingers on the tedious build up to the release of 1926's Winnie-the-Pooh, only to rush through the more intriguing story of Christopher Robin's brush with fame and the resultant fallout.”

Source: cinemareview.com





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