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Cute animated film starts off with Pooh, Christopher Robin, Rabbit, Tigger and Eeyore filling out their lists for Santa. The group sends the letter but soon Pooh realizes that he forgot to put anything down so they track the letter down and make sure it's not sent but by doing this it means the letter won't hit Santa in time. With nothing left to do and wanting to please his friends, Pooh dresses as Santa and plans on getting them their gifts. WINNIE THE POOH & Christmas TOO isn't going to make you forget the classic holiday films out there but if you're a fan of the gang then you should have a good time. The story itself is a pretty good one that allows some nice laughs and a cute adventure. I think the strongest character here is without question TIgger who really gets to shine in his few scenes. Pooh dressed up as Santa also works fairly well and of course there's that certain message for children watching the film. The animation is pretty good and the voice work is also very nice. At just around 22-minutes the film flies by without any slow spots.
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