Everyone was excited for Christopher Robin, Not everyone left the movie happy though.

Christopher Robin is a fantasy movie directed by Marc Foster that has the acting of popular names such as Ewan McGregor, Jim Cummings, Hayley Atwell and Brad Garret. The movie is inspired by the classic and good old Winnie-the-Pooh books.

Christopher Robin, the main character, as a kid always used to play with his little friends and have fun but as he was growing up he forgot that world and became the typical corporate America man. Now his friends come back to remind him how to feel like a kid again.

While the movie is not particularly good or bad, there are some alarming issues that show how badly the producers are handling these types of movies. Essentially, they all come with the same concept and the lack of depth in the characters.

Christopher Robin shows exactly what is wrong with the movie industry these days. To be honest, a journey without a destiny is what this move should have been called.

The movie attracted viewers with the images of Winnie the Pooh coming back to the screens, and a lot of fans were excited to see it. Unfortunately, we didn’t get what we were expecting.

The movie was basically made only to cash in on the fans. To simply make money off of fans that were feeling nostalgic.

I mean, I guess we can’t blame them, that’s the trend right now, and it seems like this was the same case with the Incredibles 2. They simply don’t pay attention to what makes Winnie the Pooh so popular, instead, they just wrote a lazy script that we have all seen at least twice THIS YEAR.

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A guy loses his way and becomes a common man but the Smurfs show him that he can still have fun, wait not the smurfs Winnie the Pooh, but you get the point, right?

Fake emotions, that’s how I would describe the alignment between the script and the acting, trying too hard to relate with the viewers that just wanted to see their old favorite bear.

The movie has its highs points but it instantly goes back to a normal and regular, not as a creative movie.

I would say that is exactly that word can describe the movie, Normal.

There is one positive note, I would recommend that one should watch this movie, if only from an artsy point of view.

Maybe, we will find more movies that were in line with what we were expecting but the consensus is that this one wasn’t one of them!