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Winnie Pooh finds a beehive on the top of a big oak tree and tries to get to the honey with the help of Piglet.

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Movieline - 9/10 by Michelle OrangeThe effect recalls the beguiling lightness of the good old Disney, where clever visual and thematic feats are deftly interwoven and yet tossed off with an insouciance that favors playfulness above all.
New York Post - 9/10 by Kyle SmithThis is all as pure and sunny as lemonade.
The A.V. Club - 9/10 by Nathan RabinWinnie The Pooh is a storybook brought to life with intelligence, wit, and palpable affection; where so many kids' films try desperately to come off as hip and timely that they often feel tacky and instantly dated, Winnie The Pooh is bravely quiet, old-fashioned, and wry.
New Orleans Times-Picayune - 8/10 by Mike ScottBest of all, Disney seems to understand the limits of a preschooler's attention span.
New York Daily News - 8/10 by Joe NeumaierThere's no bells and whistles here, no 3-D or useless grey fluff, just Pooh as he's always been, silly and true.
The New York Times - 8/10 by A.O. ScottIt is comfortable with itself and confident in its ability to amuse and beguile young viewers.
Austin Chronicle - 8/10 by Kimberley JonesWinnie the Pooh doesn't reinvent the wheel, just gives it an affectionate spin, and that is no more and no less than what one would hope from a family reunion.
Arizona Republic - 8/10 by Bill GoodykoontzSweet, gentle and defiantly retro (the 2-D hand-drawn animation is superb), the movie is irresistibly charming.
Village Voice - 8/10 by Aaron HillisAt barely over an hour, the film still overflows with musical charm, nostalgic wonder, and visual wit (characters literally interact with the words on Milne's pages). This one will make you feel eight years old again.
Time Out - 8/10 by Keith UhlichIt never feels as if we're watching a brand-name cash-grab, but instead as if we're participating in an endlessly imaginative afternoon of play.

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