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Action and Adventure, Animation, Comedy, Family, Musicals
Ignoring the current obsession with flashy CGI effects, this gentle, whimsical animated Walt Disney feature uses the old-school, hand-drawn style of the classic A. A. Milne children's books it's based on. It brings to life three previously unadapted tales revolving around the much-loved character Pooh, the philosophical bear "of very little brain" but much heart and his adventures in the Hundred Acre Wood with his animal friends. These involve a mission to find a replacement for Eeyore’s lost tail, and a quest to track down a monster called the "Backson" they believe to have kidnapped Christopher Robin.
Highly charming and more-than-slightly-surreal feline adventure from Studio Ghibli.
5–11 years 75 mins
Animation in which natural chef Remi tries to get a start in the restaurant business, getting someone else to cover for the fact that he's a rat.
All ages 106 mins
Oscar-winning animated version of the timeless folk tale, set to Sergei Prokofiev's classic orchestral composition.
5–16 years 32 mins
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