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Goodbye Christopher Robin

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GOODBYE CHRISTOPHER ROBIN gives a rare glimpse into the relationship between beloved children's author A. A. Milne and his son Christopher Robin, whose toys inspired the magical world of Winnie the Pooh. Along with his mother Daphne, and his nanny Olive (Kelly Macdonald), Christopher Robin and his family are swept up in the international success of the books; the enchanting tales bringing hope and comfort to England after the First World War. But with the eyes of the world on Christopher Robin, what will the cost be to the family?
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Radio Times
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December 21, 2017

It's a film perhaps lacking a central focus, but dimple-cheeked Will Tilston's touching contribution as young master Christopher helps make the true story behind a beloved classic both startling and affecting.
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December 27, 2017

This gives rise to a larger tonal issue that weakens the film's otherwise solid narrative, as Goodbye Christopher Robin tries to spin a heartwarming story out of one that is more heartbreaking and poignant.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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October 26, 2017

"Goodbye Christopher Robin" digs into the origins and consequences of Milne's mythic Winnie-the-Pooh stories in ways that are charming and ultimately poignant.
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Pittsburgh City Paper
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December 18, 2017

... the film's set-up and bookended final act are poorly constructed to mine maximum melodrama, a tone that is at odds with this film's gentler, sweet and even bittersweet passages.
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New Yorker
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October 25, 2017

Goodbye Christopher Robin resonates today amid multiple wars and a celebrity culture that skews fame, life, and values. It confronts family schisms. And it reflects on the long and sometimes tortured path to healing the human psyche.
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Capital Times (Madison, WI)
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December 27, 2017

It's a true story that's an often sad one, and attempts to lighten it with flashes of poetic whimsy to convey the magic of Milne's stories end up cheapening it.
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Chicago Reader
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November 02, 2017

The movie's focus on the caustic effects of celebrity make this narrative set in the first half of the 20th century particularly relevant for the media-frenzied 21st.
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Siete24.mx
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December 27, 2017

Well done drama. [Full Review in Spanish]
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ReelViews
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October 21, 2017

Winnie the Pooh is timeless and unforgettable. The same qualities don't apply to this tale of the real-life people and circumstances that inspired his creation.
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New Zealand Herald
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December 26, 2017

Director Simon Curtis ... sends a pertinent warning about sharing our children's lives with the world.
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Detroit News
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October 27, 2017

Curtis drags the story through all the routine period motions, where everybody looks and talks and dresses like they're in a stately prestige film.
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San Diego Reader
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October 20, 2017

So yes, even kid-friendly art begins in a wound, and money tarnishes everything it touches. But maybe there's a silver lining to that little black rain cloud hovering over the honey tree?
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