Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (2004)

Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo (2004)





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Walt Disney Pictures presents this straight-to-video animated feature starring Winnie the Pooh and friends. It's Easter and the whole gang is excited because that means Rabbit will be playing the Easter Bunny as he has in years past. Unfortunately for Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, and Roo, Rabbit isn't interested in partaking in any festivities and would rather spend the day focusing on spring cleaning. After some unsuccessful attempts to rouse Rabbit into the spirit, Roo has an idea that just might save they day.
Animation , Kids & Family
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Jim Cummings
as Winnie the Pooh/Tigger
Ken Sansom
as Rabbit
Kath Soucie
as Kanga
John Fiedler
as Piglet
Peter Cullen
as Eeyore
David Ogden Stiers
as Narrator, The Narrator
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Critic Reviews for Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo

All Critics (3)

[Blu-ray Review] Lovers of all things Pooh will undoubtedly want to own this Blu-ray release, while children in the single-digit range will now have another go-to title to watch every Easter.

Full Review… | March 27, 2014

Aggressively and obnoxiously telegraphs its intention to only impress and entertain very small children. Indiscriminate ones.

Full Review… | March 24, 2013
Antagony & Ecstasy

Little kids will enjoy this Easter tale.

Full Review… | January 2, 2011
Common Sense Media

Audience Reviews for Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo


Lighthearted holiday fun, Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo is a bouncy, bouncy film exploding with Easter spirit. The story follows the Hundred Acre Wood gang as they gear up to celebrate Easter, however Rabbit has other plans and puts them to work spring cleaning; which leads Tigger to attempt to re-awaken Rabbit's Easter spirit. Once again the storybook/narrator motif is used to great effect, particularly when the characters travel back and forth to Easters past and future by flipping through the book's pages. The animation however, is a bit lacking; it has a very crisp computer animated feel but the coloring is kind of rugged. On the other hand, the music is especially well-done, and features a number of charming children's songs (including some catchy sing-alongs). Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo is an incredibly entertaining and festive family film that has a positive message about friendship and selflessness.

Dann Michalski
Dann Michalski

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It's like "A Christmas Carol" except with Rabbit as the Scrooge-like character around Easter. Why does Rabbit always have a stick up his butt?

Chris Schaben
Chris Schaben

We're out of eggs so we're hunting for Easter rocks instead. Everyone is excited for the upcoming Easter and can't wait to talk to Rabbit about his plans for this year; unfortunately, Rabbit takes advantage of the holiday being about a Rabbit and cancels Easter for Spring Cleaning Day. While working, his friends have their own pretend Easter. Rabbit sees it and believes his friends had Easter without him. Rabbit will need to correct his mistakes and apologize to his friends the only way he knows planning epic Easter events. "First, you sneak up on them. Then you pounce." "Just like I taught him." Saul Blinkoff (Doc McStuffins, Kronk's New Grove, and Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie) and Elliot Bour (Pixie Hollow Bake Off, Kronk's New Grove, and Pooh's Heffalump Halloween Movie) collaborate to deliver Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo. The storyline for this picture is actually very well done and interesting despite containing elements from Scrooge. The animation is classic Winnie the Pooh and the voices fit the character perfectly. "Honey is no good for anything but making messes." "...and eating, Rabbit." We came across this on Netflix and immediately added it to the queue. We just watched it in hopes spring would be here soon. We found the film very well done and the plot unfolds well. There are some good lessons in here about how to communicate with friends. This is borderline worth adding to your DVD collection. "Sometimes a narrator has to do what a narrator has to do." Grade: B

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

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