Disney's Winnie the Pooh A Very Merry Pooh Year

Get ready to ring in the season with a full-length adventure straight from the heart of the Hundred Acre Wood!  Join Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore, Roo and the whole gang in Winnie The Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year – now on Blu-ray™ and Digital Copy for the very first time. Newly re-mastered in digital high definition, this sparkling holiday classic is an inspiring celebration of friendship.

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but Rabbit will only discover the true spirit of the season after his pals make misguided New Year’s resolutions to change – with hilarious and heartfelt results! Featuring beloved characters, delightful songs and fun-filled bonus goodies, this special “Gift of Friendship Edition” is sure to become a shared family tradition for generations to come!

MY REVIEW:

  Aww Pooh Bear, how I love thee!!  Growing up my mom was always a Tigger fan, personally I was a fan of Eeyore, could be because we were both miserable and had the outlook that things were never going to go our way, even though we tried our best.  I still love Eeyore although I have since made the best of what God has given me.

  This is a great movie that any child could enjoy.  In the true magic of the Hundred Acre Wood, take a stroll down memory lane with Pooh and his friends as they remember the adventure of Christmas that has passed and enjoying the season at hand.

  I love how everyone thought they needed to be someone else to be better, but really we are who we are and that's what makes us unique and special.  No one can be me and no one can be you.  Rabbit discovers just how special his friends are when they make their very messed up New Year's Resolutions.  It is quite funny to see Tigger try to act like someone who is not a bouncy fun loving Tigger.  The best thing about Tigger's is that he's the only one, Thank goodness for that.  There are many things that make each of the Winnie the Pooh characters unique and lovable, except Rabbit, so uptight, ugh, I just want to jump into the TV and mess up his garden, and make him watch!!  Maybe I wouldn't be that mean but really he could be nicer to everyone.  But we all have that one grumpy friend who's not quite as happy as everyone else, don't we?

  All in all this is another great cartoon for children.  Pooh and his friends have a long relationship and they have always come out of all obstacles on top and stronger as friends than before.  There is much to be learned from Winnie the Pooh and everyone in the Hundred Acre Wood.

I received movie mentioned above for free in exchange for my honest opinion in a written review. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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