Goodbye Christopher Robin

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User review rating: 5 November 11, 2017

One of my favourite films of the year! A touching biopic about how A.A. Milne came to create the stories that took us "Deep in the Hundred-Acre Wood"!

User review rating: 5 October 29, 2017

Written and filmed beautifully. Excellent acting by all. Well worth the price of the ticket to take a trip back in time to discover the makings of this favorite childhood book. Sad at times but felt very honest.

User review rating: 4 October 23, 2017

Very interesting, great cast!

User review rating: 5 October 20, 2017

HIGHLY RECOMMEND

User review rating: 0 October 19, 2017

LOVED IT!!!!!!! #DOMHNALL GLEESON!!!!!!!

User review rating: 5 October 19, 2017

Wonderful movie, loved every minute, great cast and very well written.

User review rating: 4 October 17, 2017

Will Tilston is so cute in this movie

User review rating: 4 October 16, 2017

Really enjoyed this film (TWO THUMBS UP!!!!)

User review rating: 5 October 14, 2017

Loved this movie.... Margot Robbie did a great job as Daphne Milne

User review rating: 0 October 13, 2017

GOOD STORY, NICE PICTURES!

User review rating: 3 October 12, 2017

3 1/2 stars: “Goodbye Christopher Robin” is not a child’s tale, but is about the inspirations that led to the creation of “Winnie the Pooh” and the upbringing of Christopher, lovely called Billie Moon. Impressive acting by all, including Will Tilston, who plays 8 year old Christopher, A.A. Milne, (Domhnall Gleeson), mother Daphne (Margot Robbie) and Nanny Olive (Kelly MacDonald). This period piece with great costumes and cinematography captures the elements that led to Christopher’s stardom, reminiscent of the Dionne quintuplets. Post war England and the world needed a diversion for the drudgery and sadness that permeated society. A.A. Milne, known as Blue, to his friends, needed to escape his demons and moved his family to the idyllic countryside. Blue had the opportunity to bond with his son and enter into Billie Moon’s fantasy world of Winnie, Piglet, Eeyore and Tigger. This is a cautionary tale of war, parenthood and fame, which sparked my interest and attention.

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