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10 items from 2011


Catherine Reviews Stephen J. Anderson and Don Hall’s Winnie the Pooh [Theatrical Review]

29 July 2011 12:20 PM, PDT | CriterionCast | See recent CriterionCast news »

Looking at Christopher Robin’s room at the start of Winnie the Pooh, we see that the boy has not been tainted by modernity. His abode remains as it always was; chock full of books, stuffed animals, old-fashioned toys and an assortment of collections. It is doubtful any child’s room looks like this anymore, signifying that this is a film that will be a return to what once was. Recent animated features like Rango and Toy Story 3 are more accomplished fare with their complex and/or exquisitely executed themes balanced with wondrous storytelling, but sometimes it is nice to return to something as gentle and pure as A.A. Milne’s world of “Winnie the Pooh”. The new film may not stick with viewers amidst everything else out there, but it is a joy through and through.

A.A Milne’s “Winnie the Pooh” stories are episodic in that each »

- Catherine Stebbins

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Review: 'Winnie The Pooh' is familiar visit with some silly willy nilly ol' friends

9 July 2011 10:30 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

One of the earliest memories I have of me inside a movie theater involves "Winnie The Pooh and Tigger Too," the 1974 short subject that I saw with my folks in front of "The Island At The Top Of The World."  I was already familiar with the characters from books my parents had in the house, and watching them come to life onscreen was magical.  A few years later, all of the "Pooh" short subjects were put together as a feature film called "The Many Adventures Of Winnie The Pooh," and even though that was the same year I discovered "Star »

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Review: Winnie the Pooh

17 April 2011 8:49 AM, PDT | Filmonic.com | See recent Filmonic news »

Thirty-seven years after the last of the three short films that compiled to make The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Walt Disney Animation attempts to recapture the magic of the Hundred Acre Wood and its residents. Does it succeed? For the large part, yes. The Many Adventures… is a film that is close to [...]

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- Jack

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Review: Winnie the Pooh

11 April 2011 6:00 AM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Winnie The Pooh

Stars (the voices of): Jim Cummings, John Cleese, Craig Ferguson, Tom Kenny, Bud Luckey, Travis Oates, Jack Boulter, Kristen Anderson-Lopez | Written by A.A. Milne | Directed by Stephen J. Anderson, Don Hall

Let’s get this straight: I straight up love Winnie the Pooh, as any right-thinking person should. As a child, I would have the stories read to me until I could read them myself. My mother and I would watch The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh on video and the Stephen Fry and Judi Dench voiced audio books would play on our car’s cassette player on long journeys. My love of Pooh has not lessened as I have grown older; moreover, a deeper appreciation of the subtleties of the writing with all its wit and wordplay has developed, as well as recognition of the book’s greater depths, particularly of the pathos of »

- Jack Kirby

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Winnie The Pooh review

10 April 2011 9:12 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Disney brings Winnie The Pooh back to the big screen, and does the character justice in its latest hand-drawn animated movie. Here's our review...

Since taking over the reins as the chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios in 2006, John Lasseter has quietly overseen something of a renaissance within the ranks of the once venerable House of Mouse.

Prior to his arrival, Disney's animation division had backed itself into a corner, producing ill-advised direct-to-dvd sequels to many of their past classics, alongside underwhelming theatrical releases that barely registered on the public's radar.

Ironically, the decline of the mainstream Disney brand coincided with the debut of a certain computer animation company, which released its debut feature in 1995. That company was Pixar, the film was Toy Story and its director was none other than Lasseter himself. 

Under Lasseter's control, Disney Animation has slowly but surely increased the quality of its animated »

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Zooey Deschanel contributes songs to "Winnie the Pooh" soundtrack

7 April 2011 9:50 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Los Angeles, CA, United States (Ahn Entertainment) - If you've seen the trailer for the upcoming "Winnie the Pooh" feature, you may have noticed how they effectively used Keane's "Somewhere Only We Know." Zooey Deschanel is also adding some alternative music flair to the film's soundtrack.

Deschanel, who's not just an actress but also a member of indie darlings She & Him, is contributing three songs to the upcoming film.

She performs the theme song "Winnie the Pooh," originally penned by the Sherman Brothers, the classic track "A Very Important Thing To Do," and an original track composed for the film, "So Long." She also contributes their vocals to various other songs on the album.

The movie, the first "Winnie the Pooh" feature to hit theaters since 1973's "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," won't open until July 15th.

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Zooey Deschanel contributes songs to "Winnie the Pooh" soundtrack

7 April 2011 9:50 AM, PDT | icelebz.com | See recent iCelebz news »

Los Angeles, CA, United States (Ahn Entertainment) - If you've seen the trailer for the upcoming "Winnie the Pooh" feature, you may have noticed how they effectively used Keane's "Somewhere Only We Know." Zooey Deschanel is also adding some alternative music flair to the film's soundtrack.

Deschanel, who's not just an actress but also a member of indie darlings She & Him, is contributing three songs to the upcoming film.

She performs the theme song "Winnie the Pooh," originally penned by the Sherman Brothers, the classic track "A Very Important Thing To Do," and an original track composed for the film, "So Long." She also contributes their vocals to various other songs on the album.

The movie, the first "Winnie the Pooh" feature to hit theaters since 1973's "The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh," won't open until July 15th.

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Winnie The Pooh review

3 April 2011 9:14 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Disney brings Winnie The Pooh back to the big screen, and does the character justice in its latest hand-drawn animated movie. Here's our review...

Since taking over the reins as the chief creative officer of Walt Disney Animation Studios in 2006, John Lasseter has quietly overseen something of a renaissance within the ranks of the once venerable House of Mouse.

Prior to his arrival, Disney's animation division had backed itself into a corner, producing ill-advised direct-to-dvd sequels to many of their past classics, alongside underwhelming theatrical releases that barely registered on the public's radar.

Ironically, the decline of the mainstream Disney brand coincided with the debut of a certain computer animation company, which released its debut feature in 1995. That company was Pixar, the film was Toy Story and its director was none other than Lasseter himself. 

Under Lasseter's control, Disney Animation has slowly but surely increased the quality of its animated »

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Disney's unappreciated animated classics

10 March 2011 1:36 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Mark uncovers the too-often-overlooked gems in the Disney animated movies catalogue...

Not all Disney feature movies get the same level of appreciation, as they're overshadowed by the better known or more rambunctious siblings.

Here are five that, in my view, deserve better...

Alice In Wonderland (1951)

Part of the impressive fifties animated feature line-up, Alice never quite got the love that was reserved for Sleeping Beauty or The Lady And The Tramp. Yet, it's as technically competent, and uniquely styled.

Disney must bear some of the responsibility, however, as, after a somewhat poor box office (by their standards) outing, they demoted Alice to being the launch vehicle for their TV ambitions in a cut-down form. This choice meant that it didn't get recycled at the cinema and moved it down a notch from its 'cinema only' screened peers.

As they've all now been on TV, I think it's about time Alice In Wonderland »

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Disney's silver age of animation

1 March 2011 6:27 AM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Films such as Snow White and Pinocchio marked Disney’s golden age. But Mark argues that the animation that came in the decades after was just as good…

Animators, on the whole, are generally in awe of much of the work that Disney animators created during their classic thirties and forties period. Their adulation mostly stems from the attention to detail that was applied to these productions, the time available to work and rework the drawings, and the revolutionary knowledge they acquired in creating those iconic works.

But deep down, they also know that, as amazing as the likes of Dumbo and Pinocchio were and still are, producing films of that visual density using just pencil, ink, acetate and acrylic paint wasn't very practical then, and it certainly isn't now.

It's been said by a number of movie experts that, if Walt had any idea how much time, effort and »

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