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I have another wonderful movie to tell you about now. Tomorrow the movie Goodbye Christopher Robin hits the theaters. This is one movie you may want to see.
About Goodbye Christopher Robin
The film explores the ways we heal, and the sometimes complicated bond between children and their parents – especially when the child shares a spotlight alongside a treasured icon.
GOODBYE CHRISTOPER ROBIN stars Domhnall Gleeson (Star Wars: The Force Awakens, The Revenant, Unbroken), Margot Robbie (The Wolf of Wall Street, Suicide Squad) and Kelly MacDonald (Brave, Nanny McPhee). It is directed by Simon Curtis (My Week With Marilyn, Woman In Gold) and written by Simon Vaughan and Frank Cottrell Boyce (who you may or may not know wrote famous children’s book Chitty Chitty Bang Bang). It is a film that takes us to post-war England and the lives of the Milne family. A.A. Milne, an author, and veteran of The Great War suffering from PTSD becomes inspired by his son to create characters that we all know and love today.
I had the pleasure of watching this movie with Delbert, our ten-year-old son. I thought this movie would bore him to tears. Even I thought it was going to be a good movie, but I knew it would be a ‘slow one’.
It ended up being a pretty good movie to watch with him. It was interesting learning the history behind the making of the Winnie the Pooh stories I loved so much as a kid. I was amazed to see how many people were drawn in and interested in the boy part of the stories at that time. I personally was more fascinated by Winnie the Pooh, himself, when I watched it.
The movie could have been a bit shorter in my opinion, but it was still a good movie. Delbert even seemed to enjoy it. He couldn’t fully understand all of the details, but he did relate to the kid portion of the movie.
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