Christopher Robin Movie Review

Christopher Robin Movie Review

Christopher Robin Review today! Beyond The Trailer’s reaction & movie review 2018! Winnie the Pooh & Ewan McGregor for Disney!

Christopher Robin Movie Review today! Beyond The Trailer host Grace Randolph’s reaction & review of the 2018 movie starring Ewan McGregor as an adult Christopher Robin who returns to the Hundred Acre Wood to revisit with Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore and more! Plus a new song from Richard Sherman! Should you see the full movie from Disney? Enjoy Christopher Robin in 2018 and be sure to make Beyond The Trailer your first stop for movie and entertainment news here on YouTube today!

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Very Un-Disney – 00:00
Toy Story 3 – 00:46
Streaming Service – 1:32
Paddington vs Pooh – 3:10
Slow Start – 4:19
Super Creepy But – 4:35
Classic Pooh – 5:51
Train Station – 6:02
Impressive Wit – 6:23
Smell the Roses – 6:42
Surreal Dream – 7:03
Richard Sherman – 7:35
Conclusion – 8:26

Interact with host & creator Grace Randolph!



Nieta Penelope says:

💿🔴 Christopher Robin film available here [ ]

Unglaublicher film! Sehr zu empfehlen, es auszuprobieren!

NotAverageJoe2010 says:

I saw this movie and there were kids and adults laughing and enjoying this 🙂
It even got an applause from the audience 😀

Fandoms_emily says:

Teen titans go is way better 😂😂

Coreyn Marie says:

We never got to see the Hefalump!!

Todd Valentine says:

I thought you were about to rank the two movies in Pooh vs. Paddington, then I wasn't going to believe you for a second if you went with Pooh. I loved both growing up, now sharing w my kids.

Chris says:

Saw it Friday night. Overall I agree with your review. I loved everything about the film except for the visuals. Looked a little creepy at times, but the story was fantastic!

coateskylie says:

No one should be fooled by British history the British class system is one of the most distractive things in history and the fact that it is still ongoing is very troubling

Cora B says:

Jay3 described the story the best, he called it “Hook”!

la luna says:

Really love the background image!💖

Via Eberly Gracie says:

#now #limited available here: [ ]

Unglaublicher film! Sehr zu empfehlen, es auszuprobieren!

Etriuswimbleton says:

I have a strong relationship with my wife's girlfriend's vibrator. Should I share it with my family?

TheMasterChief117 says:

this movie doesn't deserve to be just on the streaming service

TheMasterChief117 says:

it was phenomenal

Sulaymaan Kingseed says:

That man Ewan McGregor is awesome. That dude can do it all; he looks great clean shaven or with a full beard. His voice is amazing and he can do voice over work for National Geographic or something like that. He ain't a pretty white man, to me he is like a Hit Man type of white man to me- I think he could definitely be James Bond.

Rafa Flores Jr says:

Loved the movie. It had a little bit of everything in it.

Thomas K96 says:

Keep Winnie the Pooh a period piece.

I do not like the Modern-day Winnie-the-Pooh talk cartoons.

Keep him Classic
If they do a tv show.

And give Pooh Pop Gun again.

Jeff Armstrong says:

Loved this movie.

MoonLightHowl1 says:

While some critics arent giving good reviews to this movie, after watching it myself today, I have to say that I agree 100% with your review, 100% in all of it. The movie is good, give it a try everyone

Alyssa Rayburn says:

Also owl and rabbit were always real animals in the series.

Alyssa Rayburn says:

I didn’t find him scary at all. I liked the style they did for Winnie the Pooh.

Moo Moo Puppy says:

I always have to sneak candy 🍭, and sometimes a can of soda. Im not spending ~$7 for a large founrtain drink, even if it has 1 free refill. A lot of the AMC theaters also have bars now. Theres nowhere online that tells the prices, so I asked how much a shot of JD was and they said $11. But if you get it as a mixed drink its $8. I guess its cheaper so more components are utilized and are not left stagnant. Not sure if there are limits on how long they keep stuff before throwing them out, if they do that, for items that are not obviously perishable.

Gerald Lange says:

I really enjoyed this film. The production design and look of the film was restrained and matched the qualities of the Winnie the Pooh story adventures in the books. A very restrained film that reminded me of Disney can do pre marvel films and trying to buy all the different entertainment ips and be the king of entertainment.

charlierose214 says:

spoiler: when Pooh said

"Did you let me go" I lost it, bursted out in tears 😭💔

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