Goodbye Christopher Robin: More Than Just Pooh (Review) 

The cynic in me screamed Goodbye Christopher Robin would be one of those typical warm and fuzzy family flicks that rely on childhood nostalgia to get by. What I found was the complete opposite: I was dragged into a sobering world of haunting memories, family drama and a bittersweet father-son dynamic.

This is more than just Pooh. It’s a multi-layered delight that will carry you through the emotional ringer with deep and engaging performances (Domnhall Gleeson and newbie Will Tilston) and a story you’d never imagine. It tells you something when Margot Robbie (her character, not performance) is probably the film’s weakest point.  

Oh how I loved this.

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ 1/2 

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