It's just filler, mostly. Nothing but fan services and heavily reliant on cameos. Hints of it being abit of a vanity project too. I've always seen these two guys as funny side characters. Not really alot of character there to have their own movies. Clerks was a good film. But this reboot just made no sense. Somehow that managed to cut most of the almost good scenes and put them at the end with the credits with the bloopers.
There's just no substance here. No new fans will be won over with this, and most old fans I feel will think its pretty meh. And forgettable. Unlike some of its predecessors.
All in all, I'm glad I didn't pay for it.
It was ball achingly uninspired.
Kevin Smith mocks himself endlessly. Little does he know... he's right. Sorry Kev.
It's a monty python-esque film. It's a comedy of its time. (Contains some strange rape jokes) but all in all its not bad if you like these quirky British 70's and early 80's comedies. It doesn't touch the Monty python stuff though. But it may be worth a watch if you really like that.
There's no message to it. It's just silly fun.
Created by British author A.A. Milne in the 1920s, Winnie the Pooh (then spelled with hyphens, Winnie-the-Pooh) was an instant success. Milne based the characters on his son, Christopher Robin, his stuffed animals—Winnie the Pooh and friends Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo and Tigger—and their country home in England's Ashdown Forest. Disney bought the rights to Winnie the Pooh in 1961, introducing even more children to the cheerful bear and his love of the simple joys of life.
The cartoons I have many memories of watching early in the morning. Watching this film gave back much of that childhood nostalgia. I've not ordinarily been a fan of Disney's new live action remakes. However I found this to be a genuine, lovely, delightful, heart warming tale, featuring a grown up Christopher Robbin, along with Pooh and the gang. I liked it. It starts out with a more somber tone and a little slow paced. But it picks up. The story is fairly straight forward. Not anything especially profound to say, in terms of the general message of the film. "Don't put work before what's actually important in your life" In a nut shell. Family/love. The quality of the CGI I thought to be good. Pooh and the gang look fairly good. Most of the entertainment in this film comes from just listening to the dialogue of Pooh and the rest of the gang. The funny, heart warming, and sometimes profound thing they have to say is quite good. Well, profound for a kids film that is. The different personalities of the gang is just how I remember them. In terms of story it's not as good as the original cartoons and feature animated films Disney put out years ago. However its a nice, charming little throwback to it in many ways.
All in all, if recommend it.
Pooh- " Any time is a good time for honey."