To be honest, I wasn't really sure what to expect from this flick but since it was available on Disney+, I thought I might as well check it out. Indeed, I'm one of the lucky guys living in the Netherlands who had the opportunity to use Disney+ 2 full months before anyone else in the world. Anyway, coming back to our main feature, first of all, what the hell happened to Marc Foster? Indeed, back in the 2000's, he used to be one of the most interesting directors at work but, ever since 'Quantum of Solace' turned out to be, so far, the weakest James Bond flick starring Daniel Craig, the guy has been rather stuggling to get back his mojo. Well, it is not with such underwhelming movies that he will finally make a come-back. To be fair, it was apparently fairly successful at the box-office but I just seriously struggled to care about the damned thing. Or course, the fact that I don't have such marvellous childhood memories of Winnie the Pooh didn't help but the concept was just generic and, on top of that, rather poorly developed. I mean, they practically lifted the whole plot from 'Hook' and they even made sure to keep the dullest parts of this story. Seriously, it was just so boring to see Christopher Robin obsessing about his job and neglecting his family in the process. It is always priceless that such a message is coming from Disney which is a company completely obsessed about making as much money as possible. At least, the whole thing looked great, the CGI was fine and Ewan McGregor was not bad but I guess this movie wasn't for me. Anyway, to conclude, even if I didn't care at all about the damned thing, I guess it might still be worth a look if you really love this material.