This historical drama details the relationship between children’s author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) and his son Christopher Robin (played at various ages by Will Tilston and Alex Lawther), which was changed forever when Milne used his child and his stuffed animals as inspirations for the Winnie the Pooh stories. As the fanciful tales bring hope to England in the wake of World War I, the family deal with fame and unwanted attention. Directed by Simon Curtis. Margot Robbie, Kelly MacDonald, and Phoebe Waller-Bridge co-star.~Joshua Kochis
A Walk in the Woods
Christopher Robin & His Nanny Olive
Commentary by Simon Curtis and Frank Cottrell-Boyce
was nice going back and remembering the Pooh characters. Was a little slow in the beginning but was funny.Love seeing the characters come to life. Remind me how we can forget our love ones by working so hard and realizing what really is important our family ..enjoyed the movie very much I would recommend to a friend especially with the family the movie was very heartwarming
This is a wonderful movie how a little boy helped dream up Winnie the Pooh Bear and friends. You'd have to be a little older "I think" to enjoy this movie and learn how a family lived and a little boys imagination helped his dad comeup with the book Winnine The Pooh Bear & Friends
Remembering watching Winnie the Pooh with my grandmother and the joy she had watching it. She lived through this era and to see the origins of Christopher Robin and the turmoil of the time makes me appreciate Grandma that much more. Love and miss her nowadays.
Goodbye Christopher Robin is a great look behind the curtain of the lives of the Milne family. The movie goes through the many ups and downs of the family that will challenge your emotions. It also goes into the formation of the Winnie the Pooh series. Overall I would recommend watching this movie.