Pooh's Heffalump Movie (2005)



Critic Consensus: A charming and delightful walk through the Hundred Acres Woods for young viewers.

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Something mysterious is happening in the Hundred Acre Wood. There are strange rumblings in the night, and the ground shakes and quakes. Pooh, Piglet, Tigger and Roo are told by Rabbit that it can only be one thing: Heffalumps. Whether or not Heffalumps are friends or foes remains to be seen.
Animation , Kids & Family
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Jim Cummings
as Winnie the Pooh/Tigger
Kath Soucie
as Kanga
Ken Sansom
as Rabbit
Brenda Blethyn
as Mama Heffalump
Peter Cullen
as Eeyore
John Fiedler
as Piglet
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Critic Reviews for Pooh's Heffalump Movie

All Critics (86) | Top Critics (28)

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Full Review… | February 26, 2007
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Lessons are duly learnt about fear of the unknown, and it's a sweet enough tale, if lacking in tension.

Full Review… | February 8, 2006
Time Out
Top Critic

During a time in which wall-to-wall pop culture references have become the standard in animated family fare, it's refreshing to find not a single drop of irony here.

Full Review… | January 6, 2006
Deseret News, Salt Lake City
Top Critic

As comforting and warm as a tummy-full of oatmeal.

January 6, 2006
Houston Chronicle
Top Critic

It's as notable for what it isn't as for what it is, but in a field full of loud, obnoxious fare, its easygoing affability qualifies as a welcome change of pace.

Full Review… | September 25, 2005
AV Club
Top Critic

While kids older than 8 may be too jaded to sit through this cute flick, at just over an hour, it may be the perfect fit for first-time filmgoers.

February 19, 2005
New York Post
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Pooh's Heffalump Movie

Actually, I ate my honey...but it made me do it. Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, and Roo hear a lot of crashing and come out to find huge tracks from a mythical beast called a Heffalump. They begin looking for clues from the tracks, and they don't take Roo's ideas too seriously. Roo investigates on his own and finds a baby Heffalump. They get lost and both miss their mothers. "If we didn't stick together we'd be very lost indeed." Frank Nissen, director of Man: The Polluter, Cinderella III: A Twist in Time, and episodes of the television series Mini Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, delivers Pooh's Heffalump Movie. The storyline for this picture is fun and well written. The animation style is classic Winnie the Pooh and the voices fit the characters perfectly. "It had a little less Pooh in it." This was recently added to the Netflix queue and I instantly added it to the wish list to watch with my daughter. She loved this movie and watched it attentively from beginning to end. This wasn't my favorite Winnie the Pooh movie, and I wouldn't say it's worth purchasing, but it is worth a viewing. "The sky is finally falling...always knew it would." Grade: C+

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

Though not the best Pooh film, it is still delightful, and adorable, with good animation and humor. Overall Rating:73

Bradley J
Bradley J

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I enjoyed it, considering it was Winnie the Pooh and all, but I think they could have done a lot better.

Isaac H
Isaac H

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