Christopher Robin (2018)
Animation, Adventure, Comedy ,1h 44min
It is an American fantasy comedy adventure released in 2018, directed by Marc Forster, written by Thomas Joseph McCarthy, Alex Ross Perry and Allison Schroeder. The film is adapted from Alan Alexander Milne’s children’s novel Winnie the Pooh and Disney’s namesake series animation. By Ewan Gordon McGregor and Hayley Elizabeth Atwell.
The film premiered at Burbank on July 30, 2018, and was shown online at the US Academy on August 3, 2018.
Plot of the movie
Winnie the Pooh and his friends hosted a farewell party to Christopher Robin Milne. When everyone fell asleep, Robin and Winnie were alone, saying they wanted to go to the boarding school, they couldn’t do nothing like a child, and they would never end with Winnie. Do not forget the vows of the other party.
Robin, who went to boarding school, was forced to follow the rules. During the period, he experienced his father’s mourning, inheriting his family business, knowing Evelyn, the Second World War, the birth of his daughter Madeline, and the work of Winslow after the war ended, but the fun of childhood and childhood was away from him. further and further. In contrast, the 100-acre forest after Robin’s departure was always bleak, and Winnie was always waiting for Robin’s return on the other side of the passage.
One day, the company’s boss forced Robin to work overtime on the grounds of cost reduction. Otherwise, with the layoffs as a means, Robin had to give up time to go back home with his family, but the distance between Robin and Madeline was gradually drifting away. On the other hand, the 100-acre forest started to fog in the morning, Winnie could not find other friends, and decided to go to the other head of the passage, Robin, for help. After working overtime, Robin came home, but it happened to be a long-lost Winnie. In desperation, he had to temporarily take him in. After a few decades, Winnie, who was born to be silly, also made Robin, who was racing against time, start getting bored.
Early the next morning, Robin decided to return to the cabin home to send Winnie back. Winnie asked Robin to help find a friend. The heavenly man decided to return to the 100-acre forest. At this time, the 100-mu forest was full of fog, and the two were lost. Robin couldn’t help but blame Winnie and let Winnie scare away. One person’s Robin fell into the “long nose trap” with the help of no one. After a heavy rain, Robin emerged from the water and escaped. He happened to meet Eeyore drifting on the river, and traced the acorn to find the Piglet. Finally, he found a good friend. We, but as time flies, everyone can’t recognize Robin. Robin has to self-direct and run long noses. At this time, Robin discovered that his negative personality is the real long nose, and Robin who started to play is Everyone knows Robin. After the sun appeared, everyone found Winnie, and Robin said that he was very sorry that the long-term high-pressure life lost himself. After waking up, Robin discovered that he had to return to work at the company on Monday. After leaving, Tigger found that Robin’s official document was not taken, so Winnie, Piglet, Tigger, and Eeyore formed an expedition to London.
After passing the secret passage, the first person met was Madeline, who was playing alone, and Madeline recognized four people in his father’s painting. After knowing the ins and outs, Madeline decided to go to London with four people to hand over the official document to Robin. Evelyn learned that her daughter returned to London alone and rushed back to find Robin in the company meeting, Madeline and Winnie lost the other three on the way. On the other hand, Evelyn flew to Piglet, Tigger, Eeyore and others when driving. After the two sides searched each other, Madeline accidentally lost most of the official documents. Robin also felt very guilty after finding Madeline, saying that he did not fulfill his father’s responsibility and promised not to send his daughter to the boarding school. Madeline found the only piece of information that inspired Robin to come back. After returning to the company, he suggested to the top staff to let the employees have paid leave and encourage everyone to buy the company’s suitcase. This made the boss very angry, and everyone found out that He was the only one who would only be lazy to throw the mess to others. The boss decided to accept Robin’s proposal, and Robin took his family back to the 100-acre forest picnic. The 100-mu forest was just a sunny day.
What is Winnie the Pooh?
Winnie the Pooh, referred to as Pooh, Pooh Pooh or Pooh Bear, was first released on December 24, 1925. It was published in London’s Evening News as a Christmas story. The first book, Winnie the Pooh, was published in 1926. Published in October. Winnie the Pooh is a comic bear created by Alan Alexander Milne for his son; Classic Winnie was painted by EH Shepard and later purchased by Walter Disney and redrawn, with its cute appearance and richness. Personality quickly became one of the world’s most famous cartoon characters. Since then, in order to distinguish between two different styles of Winnie, the A. A. Milne period was written by E.H. Shepard to Winnie as Classic Pooh; then the global fans pushed A. A. Milne’s birthday (January 18) to National Winnie the Pooh Day.
Origin (Classic Pooh period)
Winnie’s name is derived from the birthday gift of Milne’s son Christopher Robin Milne, and other characters are also named after Christopher’s toys, but Rabbit and Owl are named after real-world animals. . Christopher named his birthday present, a velvet teddy bear, based on the bear he saw with his father at the London Zoo in Winnipeg, the capital of Manitoba, Canada.
The Disney company was authorized in 1961, and after re-rendering, the Winnie series of Disney prints was launched in 1966.
Winnie the Pooh has many friends in the story, and Piglet and Tigger are the two most common characters.
10 Anecdotes you may not have heard
Many people have seen the classic cartoon Winnie the Pooh live-action movie. Although the story is full of warmth, there are dead fans who feel that “Winnie the Pooh” has insufficient knowledge! In fact, Hong Kong had previously held the Walt Disney Archives presents “Winnie the Pooh: Be My Friend” Exhibition, which featured 92 rare collections in the Walt Disney Archives, including Winnie the Pooh’s storybooks, sketches, original creations and toys. More than 50 exhibits were exhibited for the first time, and there are 10 anecdotes that you may not have heard! Winnie the pooh is not a teddy bear? It was real bear!
1.The predecessor of Winnie the bear “Winnipeg the bear”
Lindissa Mattick, the great-granddaughter of the original Vini’s original breeder and purchaser Harry Colebourn, wrote a book called “Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World’s Most Famous Bear” to find the true story of Pooh. It tells the story of Winnie the Pooh: the story of the black bear Pooh.
The story took place in 1914. During the First World War, Harry Colebourne of the Royal Canadian Army Veterinary Team was forced to leave his hometown of Winnipeg. Harry and his robes took the train to the battlefield, met a hunter through the White River, and a little black bear from Ontario, Canada. Harry bought it for $20 and let it follow.
He presses his hometown Winnipeg, which is called Winnie for the black bear. Harry took Winnie to take care of him. He once said that Winnie had brought laughter to him and his teammates under the bitter war, and later became a mascot in the army. With the army of 36,000 and 7,500 horses, he followed Harry from Canada to the United Kingdom for training. Later, because Harry had to go to the French battlefield, Winnie could not be with him. At the end of 1919, Harry decided to place Winnie at the London Zoo; until 1934, the 20-year-old Pooh ended his life.
2.Winnie the Pooh’s good friend Christopher Robin, who is it?
It is also true. The veterinarian Harry Colebourn later thought that his hometown was not safe enough, so he sent the little black bear to a zoo in London. The bear is popular with tourists, the son of British writer A. A. Milne is also a fan, and the beloved teddy bear Edward is renamed Winnie the Pooh. The little boy Christopher Robin often goes to see his father A. A. Milne; A. A. Milne is also the original author of Winnie the pooh story. Inspired by A. Milne, A. Milne created a fairy tale featuring his sons Robin and Winnie, and later evolved into the world-famous cartoon “Winnie the Pooh.”
3. Is Winnie the Pooh male or female?
The real black bear Winnie is a female bear. This was confirmed by the Harry Colebourn’s granddaughter. In the story, “he” was used, so it was a male bear.
4. Winnie only eats honey?
Winnie in the story does often eat honey. The real black bear also eats condensed milk. He also eats with relish and the sound is like singing!
5.Winnie the pooh is one of the best in popularity.
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most popular cartoon assets of Disney’s many cartoon characters, and its revenue for Disney is comparable to Mickey Mouse!
6.The animation scene is real.
Most of the scenes in the Winnie the Pooh animation are really there! For example, The Hundred Acre Wood and Galleon’s Leap, etc., are the names of fictional stories, but their real location is in Ashdown Forrest, Sussex, UK!
7.Who is Mr. Sanders?
If you have seen Winnie the Pooh animation, you will find that Winnie’s door frame reads “Mr. Sanders”. This is obviously Winnie’s home. Why do you write “Mr. Sanders”? Your thoughts are correct. Just after Winnie moved in, I don’t think that the house has any big influence, so I didn’t take it down. Sanders is not Winnie’s name!
8.Winnie was originally not wearing clothes?
In 1932, Disney published the classic version of Winnie the Pooh in red, but was questioned to differ from the original. If you really want to pursue the original appearance of Winnie the Pooh, probably get back the Russian version of Winnie the pooh animation! That Winnie didn’t wear a red shirt.
9.The most powerful story book
Winnie the Pooh’s storybook has broken many publications. It has been translated into dozens of languages. The Latin version published in 1958 is the first non-English book to enter the New York Times Best Seller List. There is no other Latin. Books have been on the list.
10.Japanese people do not recognize “Tigger”
Rebecca Cline, director of the Walt Disney Archives, said that Japanese people have a deep understanding of Winnie the Pooh and like it but they are not so familiar with other story characters other than Winnie the Pooh.Therefore, she hopes to introduce all the story characters to Winnie the Pooh fans by holding an exhibition.