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A True family movie, because it is for everyone in your family
This movie is amazing on so many levels.
The movie talks about friendship, growing up, kids innocence, today's rat race, leaving friends, watching world with simple-illusion eyes and so much.
It really depends on how you see it. And CGI and the voice over of Pooh which really translated the sadness and loneliness of Pooh on screen.
A True family movie, because it is for everyone in your family!!!
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