Blade Runner (1982)

Blade Runner Movie Review

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Blade Runner Movie Review

Blade Runner is a 1982 neo-noir science fiction film directed by Ridley Scott and starring Harrison Ford. It is one of the most overrated films from this genre.

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I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe.

Attack ships on fire off the shoulder of Orion.

I watched c-beams glitter in the dark near the Tannhuser Gate.

All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain.

Time to die

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Blade Runner Movie Review

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I have to say that upon second viewing I confirmed my dislike for this film. And I don’t mean dislike in a sense that I hate it. I don’t. It is not a bad movie by all means and it is actually rather solid. But having in mind that it is so acclaimed and is considered to be the best science fiction film of all time along with ‘2001’, I do not consider it nearly as great and I am definitely not a fan of it subjectively speaking.

The main problem here is that it isn’t a science fiction film at its core. It is just as much a neo-noir, if not even more. And that’s a problem for me not only because I prefer pure sci-fi cinema, but also because I just wasn’t a fan of the crime angle here. The action was overwhelming, the storyline was too convoluted and not in a good way and sometimes it felt that the movie was just going through the motions, going from one plot point to another, almost like a video game.

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Another aspect I dislike is the pandering to men. I dislike eroticism in movies and here everything was done to please the male viewer as you have this giant emphasis on women’s bodies and nightclubs and prostitutes. That took away from my enjoyment of the film as it was not connected and not really necessary for the overall story and almost came as a detour.

Whereas I dislike the neo-noir elements strongly, I love the sci-fi elements in Blade Runner and it truly is a smart film, at least from time to time as it sadly focuses little on those elements or certainly not as much as it needed. The entire idea of these Replicants who have shorter lifespan, but the emotional capacity of humans is excellent and I did see an early shade of ‘Ex Machina’ here. The film explores quite well what it means to be human and the A.I. versus human. That ending is just beautiful, highly emotional and it just leaves your breath away. It’s a shame that the rest of the movie wasn’t as glorious as that finale was.

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But the characters are quite weak here except for Roy of course who is excellent and so well acted by Rutger Hauer. He’s the standout here. But Rachael is not all that well developed and Rick Deckard is a very boring protagonist. I have never been a fan of Harrison Ford and here he gave a fine performance, but he wasn’t great and a different actor would have been much better for this material.

Blade Runner admittedly has superb technical aspects and that is where it shines honestly. The visuals are mesmerizing and the color palette and the overall design of the buildings and the overall city is highly memorable and the film oozes future in its every scene. It does succeed as a futuristic movie even today, let alone during the eighties. The dialogue is good when it needs to be which is unfortunately rarely as it has too much action and crime in it. The emotional involvement is strong and the score is simply iconic to this point, gorgeous and highly moving and timeless in quality.

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Now I can confirm that upon second viewing I am still not a fan of Blade Runner and it is one of only a few acclaimed science fiction films which I deem to be very overrated. Certainly the score is highly iconic, the visuals are mesmerizing, the sci-fi elements are great and its ending is simply remarkable and immensely moving in its score and emotion. But unfortunately the rest of the movie is not as great with an unfortunate emphasis on neo-noir instead of science fiction. The crime elements are weak here, the action is overwhelming, the characters are mostly bland and boring and the film is mostly just a blockbuster masquerading as serious science fiction when it is regrettably intellectual just in a couple of scenes.

My Rating – 3.5

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The Barnyard Concert (1930)

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The Barnyard Concert is a 1930 Mickey Mouse cartoon. It is such a dull entry.

This is another one of those Disney flicks which are obsessed with music, this time around it is the music of classical variety. That is great and I liked how it was animated and how the instruments were used, but still it gets pretty boring very quickly as it is rather repetitive in its action.

It also has no gags, at least I did not notice them. The film should have had more humor and Mickey himself is rather forgettable this time around and not that well animated with weaker character design than usual. So this is the kind of film which is obviously a product of its time and it is isn’t particularly entertaining in this day and age.

The Barnyard Concert is one of the weaker Mickey Mouse shorts with too much repetitive music in it.

My Rating – 3.2

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Doctor Who Season 7 (1970)

Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

The seventh season of Doctor Who is one of the best so far with an excellent new approach to the series and many good episodes.

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Pompous, self-opinionated idiot,

I believe you said, Doctor?

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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This is the first color season of Doctor Who and the first in which John Pertwee appears. He is excellent as the Third Doctor, very memorable and funny even at times. He is definitely an improvement over both Troughton and Hartnell. I really liked him in this season and I expect more great things from him in the future. I also really liked how the show went into darker and more serious territory with this season and with less episodes (25) it led to better quality serials.

The first of four serials is Spearhead from Space which is truly an excellent serial. It has such a well crafted, genuinely engaging storyline with a great horror approach to it with some creepy scenes with the Autons and which is restrained in the usage of the doctor but is a very good introduction to this new version of him. But it’s even better as an introduction to his new companions Liz Shaw and Brigadier.

I really liked both of them. He is memorable as this tough, cynical young man and I loved the relationship between the two and Liz is of course such an admirably strong, capable female character. I love both of them and they are the only Doctor Who companions after Ian and Barbara whom I really liked.

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Doctor Who and the Silurians is honestly undone by its terrible visuals. The Silurians‘ costumes are just horrible and I could see that there were humans beneath them and thus the creep factor was ruined for me. And the way they talked was also too silly.

But the plot, although somewhat typical for the show, is still very well crafted and I liked the moral dilemmas presented here and the relationship between the two species is very well conveyed. The highlights in this serial were the first scenes when the Silurians were on the killing spree. Those were excellent and quite menacing because we haven’t yet seen their mediocre looks. I really enjoy the emphasis on horror in this new Doctor Who.

The Ambassadors of Death is by far the weakest serial in this seventh season and the only one I didn’t care for. That’s because they somehow failed to execute an otherwise very interesting premise. The atmosphere is lacking, the serial is overlong and it was just not all that involving or memorable to me which was certainly a shame.

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Doctor Who Season 7 Review

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Inferno is another truly great serial which certainly is overlong and packed with too many ideas as it is both a zombie and a parallel universe story. However, I ended up loving it mostly owing to that another dimension which featured great Liz and Brigadier who were quite different and villainy in this version. I loved how the doctor had to struggle in this story and I loved how they had the chance to literally destroy the entire world and that imminent panic and doom was very well conveyed. As far as these types of alternate universe stories go, this one is a winner in my book.

Overall, the seventh season of Doctor Who is a winner. Certainly most of the serials here are overlong and some episodes were just not as interesting, but most are either good or excellent with an excellent new approach to the show with more horror, seriousness and it is back to emotional and humorous roots of the First Doctor era with the new companions Liz and Brigadier being fantastic and the Third Doctor being great.

Worst Serial: The Ambassadors of Death.

Best Serials: Spearhead from Space and Inferno.

Worst Episodes: Doctor Who and The Silurians Episode 7, The Ambassadors of Death Episode 1 and The Ambassadors of Death Episode 2.

Best Episodes: Spearhead from Space Episode 3, Spearhead from Space Episode 4, Inferno Episode 4 and Inferno Episode 7.

My Rating – 3.9

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Talk to Her (2002)

Talk to Her Movie Review

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Talk to Her Movie Review

Talk to Her is a 2002 Spanish drama film directed by Pedro Almodovar. It is such an authentic, one of a kind experience.

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Nothing is simple.

I’m a ballet mistress, and nothing is simple

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The film concerns two stories of two men who are in a hospital with their girlfriends who are in a coma. Eventually, these two stories intersect and the two men develop a very interesting friendship with one another. Surely this storyline is very original and unlike anything I’ve seen before. It gets a lot of the mileage from its originality, but it is superbly crafted as well.

This is the kind of flashback structure I like, the one employed in this film. It is very elegant and it benefits from excellent editing that I ended up loving it. Because we did not know much about either of its characters before the tragedies strike, the flashbacks were essential this time around and the level to detail exhibited in them and in the entire film is respectable.

Beningo is a very odd person and the film walks the fine line between portraying him as a sweetheart or as a sick person. I will talk more about the morally ambiguous complexities later, but he definitely is the definition of an ambiguous character and he is done right as he is so well portrayed by Javier Camara and he definitely ended up being the most memorable aspect of the film.

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I really liked Marco Zuluaga. He is such a likable, charming man and I definitely connected with him the most personally. And Dario Grandinetti gave a phenomenal performance. The relationship that develops between these two has a touch of bromance in it, but it is mostly such a wonderfully offbeat friendship that stems from odd circumstances but still ended up being strong and tragic. Both Lydia and Alicia are less developed, but still having in mind that they are in a coma, they ended up being well realized mostly thanks to those deft flashbacks.

So Talk to Her is a very weird film that is also highly intellectual and emotional. It manages to have the right mix of strong emotion and themes and thus it is both smart and moving, two qualities most important to me. It is thematically and emotionally very rich and complex and its complexities make it such a unique, incredible cinematic achievement.

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It is a film that showcases the moral dilemmas of this situation. It left the “rape” of Alicia ambiguous even though Beningo probably did it. And this act is portrayed as it could be romantic, but also criminal. His entire character walks that fine line between a sick person and a romantic and the film cleverly portrayed both sides as some scenes were definitely highly moving, but some definitely hinted that his obsession with Alicia might not be very healthy at all.

It portrays how different men and women are and how complex their relationships can be, but it also portrays straight men in a very different light – as emotional, caring and vulnerable. Beningo is a romantic and a very caring, meticulous person whereas Marco is a highly emotional man as evidenced by his many outbursts of crying with which I personally connected as I can be quite emotional too. Almodovar gave us a movie about men for once, straight men, and he succeeded thoroughly.

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This surely is one of his best films along with ‘All About My Mother’. It isn’t perfect, however, as it has its flaws such as that silent film sequence which was interesting, but just too bizarre to fathom for me personally. I get it, but I did not love it. And I thought it is a drama, not a comedy. But his direction is very strong, the performances are great and the film is very well shot, mostly well edited and superbly scored with such a beautiful score that really moved me.

With excellent performances, highly confident direction from Almodovar and a one of a kind script, Talk to Her truly is a terrific film which is thought-provoking thematically, highly affecting emotionally and all around such an original, complex film. It is not perfect (the silent movie scene was honestly too bizarre for me), but its editing is very good, the flashback structure is deftly employed and the music is simply beautiful and it moved me quite a bit. Emotionally and morally rich and complex, Talk to Her is an incredible cinematic experience.

My Rating – 4.5

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A Sunbonnet Blue (1937)

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A Sunbonnet Blue is a 1937 animated short film from the Merry Melodies series. It is a pretty archaic entry.

Yes, this is something that very early Merry Melodies would do, probably around 1933 or 1934. Not only that, but it felt as if it was even a Silly Symphony at times which was also not great, identity-wise. I like my Warner Bros. cartoons done in an original and different way and not copying Disney which is exactly what they did here.

Watching a bunch of mice with hats had some charming moments, but it was mostly not particularly engaging and it was a typical storyline very familiarly executed. The animation though is very good and the characters look sweet and the film sounds good too.

A Sunbonnet Blue is not a bad Merry Melody, but it is certainly a weaker one that copies Disney a bit too much.

My Rating – 3.3

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The Piano (1993)

The Piano Movie Review

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The Piano Movie Review

The Piano is a 1993 New Zealand historical romance film directed by Jane Campion and starring Holly Hunter, Harvey Keitel and Anna Paquin. It is an extremely overrated movie.

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Undo your dress. I want to see your arms. Play. Two keys

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The Piano Movie Review

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It is about a mute piano player who tries to regain her piano after it is sold. She is in a loveless arranged marriage, but meets another man and the two start a passionate romance. I honestly found the story not all that interesting to begin with and, needless to say, not particularly authentic. Its mid-19th century period and the setting of New Zealand make the difference, but other than that, it is a regular story.

My main problem with The Piano is that it is not romantic. At least it wasn’t for me. It relies too much on erotic scenes and those scenes weren’t as erotic or as romantic as the movie thinks they are. Everyone talks about how incredibly romantic and sweet the film is, but I never felt anything whatsoever and to me it the atmosphere was too cold to make me feel anything.

There are some good scenes such as the ending and some of the piano scenes were quite wonderful, but most of it was honestly not great. The cutting of the finger plot point was unnecessary and too gruesome and the film was obvious in its storyline and character relationships from beginning to end and highly predictable.

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The Piano Movie Review

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This may be the most controversial thing about my review, but I have to be honest and I have to say that even the acting is overrated. I don’t mean to say that these actors were bad, they were definitely quite good, but to me not as great as the showering praise they received would make you think.

Holly Hunter gave the best performance, but her character is too underdeveloped to lead to an amazing performance. So it wasn’t her fault, but the character’s fault. And that is why I don’t blame the actors as the character development here is quite weak. Harvey Keitel is fine in a different role for him, but not great. Sam Neill is typical and Anna Paquin did a good, but not great job and I just really disliked her character. She betrayed her mother and that was just glossed over which was to me highly problematic.

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The Piano Movie Review

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The Piano is definitely well shot, but mostly too dark and its atmosphere is too depressing. The film is well edited and paced, but it was still boring to me in its first half and I found some of the scenes in the second half rushed. It is well scored, but the direction from Campion is quite weak. It got eight Oscar nominations and three wins. The actresses deserved the nominations, but not the wins. And all of the other non-technical nominations were not deserved at all. It is one of the most overrated films from this period.

The Piano is the definition of an overrated movie which is okay, but far from great and I just don’t get the praise that it gets. Almost everything here is just okay and even the acting is not great and Holly Hunter and Anna Paquin did not deserve their Oscars. All of the performances are fine, but not great as the character development is so weak and most of the characters are unlikable. It is a well shot and scored film, but I just never felt anything as it was too cold for me so it utterly fails as a romance. It is a quasi-romantic, quasi-artistic film.

My Rating – 3

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Porky’s Railroad (1937)

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Porky’s Railroad is a 1937 animated short film from the Looney Tunes series. It is a disappointing short.

I’ve seen this type of short many times before. Porky is on a road, train this time around, and the hilarity ensues with a lot of action. I really did not care for the plot here as it is non-existent almost and the film is overlong and never particularly exciting or funny as the gags are lacking.

The animation is excellent and the action is very well executed admittedly. The film looks and sounds fine, but definitely it is the case of style over substance. I did, however, love Porky Pig here as he is immensely likable and sweet here and a great protagonist. I just wish that he would get better quality shorts.

Porky’s Railroad is well animated and Porky is great, but the plot is lacking and the film is nether funny nor entertaining.

My Rating – 3.4

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Baby Driver (2017)

Baby Driver Movie Review

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Baby Driver Movie Review

Baby Driver is a 2017 crime action film directed by Edgar Wright and starring Ansel Elgort and Lily James. It is a surprisingly solid flick.

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I just can’t believe your real name is Miles

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I honestly was surprised by this film, positively surprised. It is still just solid and definitely not great meaning that it is very overrated. However, it was not bad as I definitely expected it would be judging by those horrible trailers. So me liking it in the end was highly unexpected.

The movie has such an incredibly cliched storyline where the protagonist is in the crime unwillingly and he wants to get out, but he can’t as now his girlfriend is also involved. This is a giant cliché that it is baffling how others do not see that.

So in terms of storytelling, this film fails. But having in mind that it is style over substance, it does succeed as a kinetic experience and even for people like me who do not favor overwhelming action, it was a pretty fun flick as it had some exciting action scenes and high energy leading to an overall pretty entertaining movie.

Baby Driver also has highly typical characters. Ansel Elgort did the best he could, but I still did not find his character as likable as the film needed him to have been. He was too cocky in my opinion. Lily James is fine but her character is a typical, traditional female interest. They are not great individually, but together they are pretty good as they share a good romance.

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Jon Hamm is sometimes fun, but Jamie Foxx is standard and boring. And although this is far from the best Kevin Spacey roles, he was still memorable and sometimes even fun in here. And all of the others are forgettable.

Baby Driver definitely has that musical gimmick to it which doesn’t fully work as I wasn’t a fan of these songs and the volume was too low. Music is an interesting plot device here in a way, but it still still very gimmicky to me. The film sounds and looks good. It is well acted and very well directed by Edgar Wright. The dialogue and humor are solid and the film has some emotional scenes as well, But although quite solid, it still is overly praised in my opinion.

Baby Driver surprised me. I expected horrible things from it judging by those awful trailers, but the film wasn’t nearly as insufferable as I thought it would be and is actually quite solid. The action is fun, the film is quite entertaining and it has good dialogue, humor and emotion. It definitely is a solid flick, but still highly overrated as it is basically a gimmick movie with style over substance and with both its plot and its characters being immensely cliched.

My Rating – 3.5

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The Haunted House (1929)

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The Haunted House is a 1929 Mickey Mouse cartoon. It is such an atmospheric entry.

This is the first ever Mickey Mouse horror film and it honestly works which was unexpected. It is a stupendously atmospheric, genuinely creepy movie that should undoubtedly prove scary for children. The first half is so good as Mickey visits this haunted house which looks beautiful and meticulously detailed. The skeletons themselves are nothing special, but the hooded skeleton is quite creepy, menacing and ultimately highly memorable.

The film definitely was ruined by again overwhelming dance sequences. The hooded figure makes Mickey play the piano and he and the skeletons dance to it. There were some good gags there, but most of it were typical early series’ dance routines. That was dull and the ending was good, but not great. But the score is very good and the animation is simply outstanding with a great use of lighting and black and white color that it ultimately succeeds.

The Haunted House has a typical dance second half, but the first one is a genuine horror flick with a palpable atmosphere and absolutely outstanding animation.

My Rating – 4

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Winnie the Pooh (2011)

Winnie the Pooh Movie Review

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Winnie the Pooh Movie Review

Winnie the Pooh is a 2011 animated family comedy film which is the 51st Disney animated feature film. It is such a pleasant, childlike, wonderful flick.

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Oh thank you, Christopher Robin.

And now I don’t think I shall be

hungry again for a good long while.

Oh bother.

Silly old Bear

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Winnie the Pooh Movie Review

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The plot is very simple. The Hundred Acre Wood residents embark on a quest to save their friend Christopher Robin from an imaginary friend. He left a note that he would come back soon as he went to school and our heroes misinterpreted back soon as Backson the monster. Meanwhile, Pooh deals with his hunger issues and Eeyore has lost his tail.

Needless to say, this is a highly simple plot, too simple and lacking in any real conflict whatsoever. It is predictable naturally how it will end and it doesn’t have any real stakes. However, that is mostly a positive thing as thus it led to a much more charming, simple and childlike adventure which should prove awesome for both children and Pooh fans.

I liked the entire first act and of course the ending is simply beautiful in its imagery and sweetness with a phenomenal final dialogue. I really enjoyed the Eeyore/Tigger subplot as their pairing proved to be excellent, funny and sweet. A clever clash of personalities. Pooh’s quest for Honey provided us some excellent and amusing scenes. But what is easily the finest scene in the entire film is the sequence in which everybody is in a pit and it is up to Piglet to save them. The combined stupidity of Piglet and Pooh with Rabbit’s frustration made my day as it was hilarious.

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Winnie the Pooh Movie Review

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Let’s talk about Winnie the Pooh’s characters. The greatest thing about this film is how all of its characters are basically intact and they felt like their classic counterparts from the sixties and seventies. That was amazing to witness in 2011. It does have too small set of characters and maybe one new character was needed, but its small set led to better development for everyone so I am not complaining all too much about it.

Pooh bear is as cuddly and as lovable as usual. He is still not my favorite character in this franchise, but here he was better than usual actually as many of his lines were immensely funny and he made me laugh how silly and stupid he is. And I loved his quest for honey and how it led to him becoming a better person and realizing that Eeyore’s tail is more important than his meal and he eventually did get a reward for his good heart. This is a great message for kids.

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Tigger is as awesome as he always is. He continues to be my favorite character and here he got a pretty good ark for himself. I would have liked to have heard the entire The Wonderful Thing About Tiggers song but the bit that I got was still nice. As I said above, his pairing with Eeyore proved to be a winning streak in terms of the humor and heart as they were wonderful together.

Speaking of Eeyore, he is strong here and his depression is high per usual. That one line in which we learn that he is still not happy after getting his tail back, but he says that the tail is fine was very funny and quite in-character. Piglet is funny and likable and as for Christopher Robin, he is fine, but not present all too much this time around.

Kanga and Roo are as forgettable and as underutilized as usual, I liked the narrator as his narration was mostly excellent and sweet and the post-credits scene where we get to see the real Backson was such a fun, inventive and memorable scene. Owl is even more insufferable than before in this movie as he deliberately stole Eeyore’s tail and that felt excessive, even for him. And of course Rabbit is quite good and very funny when dealing with the never-ending stupidities of Pooh and Piglet.

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Winnie the Pooh features beautiful animation. Yes, most people think that ‘The Princess and the Frog’ is the last traditionally animated Disney film, but that title belongs to this 2011 charmer. I absolutely adored this animation. It may prove too old-fashioned and simplistic to some, but to me that choice was fitting as anything else would be bad for this property. The character design is strong, the use of color (especially yellow) is accomplished and the film has such a fine classical feel to it not just in designs, but also in backgrounds, colors and the movements. The use of the book and its letters was also superb.

The soundtrack is unfortunately the film’s weakest aspect, I have to admit. The Tummy Song is fine, but short and a too typical Pooh song. A Very Important Thing to Do definitely gave me a strong 60s and 70s vibe, but it is again too short and forgettable. However, I did like that all these songs employed the old-fashioned tone to them.

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The Backson Song is pretty solid, but definitely lacking in comparison to Heffalumps and Woozles from the previous Pooh movie in the canon. It’s Gonna Be Great is okay and particularly strong as an emphasis on Tigger’s character, but it felt very repetitive to me.

The Winner Song is very annoying and I really disliked it and how it was repeated for so many times. And I have to say that the only pretty good song in the movie and the only standout one is Everything is Honey. This is a very fun, catchy tune which is accompanied by gorgeous honey and pots imagery and it is the kind of detour that is very successful, entertaining and a superb character moment. And the titular song sung by Zooey Deschanel is solid, but the original was much better.

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This movie is very short, clocking in at just an hour with the credits included. But even though it was very short, it was sweet and very engaging. The humor is actually stupendous as it made me chuckle quite a number of times and the dialogue is pretty strong. The voice acting is very good across the board with only Christopher Robin’s and in some way Tigger’s voice being not that great, but Jim Cummings is amazing as Pooh. Overall, it is such a wonderfully traditional, very good film which is a great return to an old-fashioned Disney film even if it falls short in comparison to ‘The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh’.

Winnie the Pooh is a very short, but sweet flick. This 2011 Disney outing is wonderfully and competently traditional in every sense as both its characters (Pooh, Tigger and Eeyore are the highlights) and animation were pleasantly old-fashioned. This is regrettably the last hand-drawn Disney film and it looks simply beautiful with a wonderful use of color and a great simplistic approach to it. The soundtrack is weak and the plot is overly simple and lacking in any real stakes and conflict, but the film is pleasantly childlike, sweet and charming with a surprisingly strong humor with many funny lines. It is an often overlooked, but very strong Disney entry indeed.

My Rating – 4

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