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Goodbye Christopher Robin

Goodbye Christopher Robin is a movie starring Domhnall Gleeson, Margot Robbie, and Kelly Macdonald. The relationship between writer AA Milne and his son, Christopher Robin, and how this became the inspiration for Winnie the Pooh.

Other Titles
A História de Winnie the Pooh, Tạm Biệt Christopher Robin, Hasta pronto, Christopher Robin, Viszlát, Christopher Robin, Lik sveikas, Kristoferi Robinai, Vi presento Christopher Robin, Le'hitraot Christopher Robin, Adiós Christopher Robin, Adeus, Christopher Robin, Αντίο Κρίστοφερ Ρόμπιν, Hüvasti, Christopher Robin, Elveda Christopher Robin, 永遠的小熊維尼, Żegnaj Christopher Robin, グッバイ・クリストファー・ロビン, Adjø, Christopher Robin, Zbogom, Kristofere Robine
Running Time
1 hours 47 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Drama, Biography
Director
Simon Curtis
Writer
Frank Cottrell Boyce, Simon Vaughan
Actors
Vicki Pepperdine, Margot Robbie, Kelly Macdonald, Domhnall Gleeson
Country
UK
Year
2017
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

After fighting in World War 1, Alan Milne returns home to his wife Daphne and settles down to writing plays, poems and books. They have a son, whose nickname is Billy Moon. As Billy grows up, his and his father's wanderings in the woods near their home and their play-acting with Billy's toy animals becomes the inspiration for a series of books by Alan Milne. These books are among the most-loved and most sold children's books ever written - Winnie the Pooh. Alan Milne was better known in literary circles as AA Milne and his son was Christopher Robin Milne.

Comments about drama «Goodbye Christopher Robin» (22)

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Gregory O.

The title of this film is a contradiction. I see that it is supposed to be a sequel to Christopher Robin, and I was waiting for that to happen. However, it doesn't. The title is pretty much worthless. It is a very nice tribute to Robin Williams, who is no longer with us, but this is a film about him and Robin Williams. After all, Robin Williams was the first to make an original movie, and I think he is the best director in the world. The picture is about Robin Williams and his friends, his family, and his work. The film is very funny and the script is brilliant. I give this film a 7. I would have given it a 8 if I could. You will not regret seeing this film, but you will definitely understand that Williams is no longer with us.

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Raymond

The film has some flaws but overall the story is the most impressive part. There are some familiar movie characters that serve a purpose to the story and help the film flow. The film has a very traditional plot. It does not try to get too complicated or anything. It just has some of the most interesting scenes of the film. There are many subplots that have no connection to the main plot. This is the movie's biggest strength. Overall, I liked this movie and I would recommend it to anybody. This is the type of movie that everyone should see at least once.

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Edward Reed

I have seen this film many times, and I cannot help but be amazed with how it's held up. The film is set in 1975 and features Howard Hughes as well as the plane crash that killed the two pilots and killed thousands of passengers. The film is based on a true story, and the events depicted are based on actual events. The film is filmed in what I think is a very unique way. Instead of a single set, the entire film is shot at multiple locations in three different cities, and that aspect of the film was a bit of a refreshing change for me. The story itself is a little bit on the slow side at times, but I found it very enjoyable. It's not a documentary on Hughes, but more a biographical piece that shows the struggles of the man that brought Hughes to the attention of the world, and how his long struggle with alcoholism led him to the point where he eventually was admitted to a mental institution. The film is very well acted, with a cast that included two former stars, Dennis Quaid and Matthew Broderick. The two of them really made the film what it is. The film also features a lot of very well known actors like John Travolta, James Caan, Denholm Elliott, and Robert Redford. The film had been a box office failure when it was released, but it is not a film that I would consider to be terrible. It's a nice, little piece of entertainment that's worth seeing. If you have seen the film many times, I recommend you to see it again, and I highly recommend that you see the film again. You won't be disappointed.

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Robert Weber

I don't know why this movie is getting so much hate, but it's not supposed to be great, and I thought it was entertaining. It's a movie about Christopher Robin and it is all about him. I thought this movie was going to be another one of those historical dramas, and it was, and I'm not giving any hints on what is going to happen next. But it was entertaining. I think there is a chance that this movie will win an Oscar, but I don't think it will. It's a funny movie and it's one that will have you laughing all the way through. I give it a 7 out of 10, it's a good movie, I recommend it.

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Dylan

The first time I watched this film I was astonished. I loved the way the narrative unfolded and the three characters, Matthew, Tom and Annabel, all left me completely inspired. My thoughts on the movie shifted from "what the hell was this all about?" to "I want to watch this again". I did, and I still do. That is how good this movie is. It's a visual feast. It's very dark and very intense. It's a film that will appeal to everyone who is looking for a good, compelling drama. I also found the performances to be very good, particularly from Anne Hathaway. I have not seen this before and I am glad I did. The first time I saw it, I had a strong feeling that the movie would be good but I did not know how good. The second time I watched it I was slightly surprised. This movie is a good take on the death of a family. I won't give away too much plot details but I can say that I enjoyed this film. It has a great sense of realism and I found myself wanting to see it again. I have also seen it twice on a DVD and I would love to see it again. If you enjoy a good, gripping drama with a bit of a gore, look no further. This movie is worth seeing, I think.

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Jason

I wasn't particularly fond of The Full Monty either, but I gave it a go. I did like the premise. The movie followed the exploits of a British civil servant who came to the U.S. to investigate a series of criminal enterprises and ended up traveling with the FBI. The Full Monty's problem was that it was completely predictable. There were few surprises, and it was clear from the start who the bad guy was. However, the movie was pretty good. I liked the way the British accent was portrayed, and I liked the way the movie was set in the U.S. However, the movie failed to show the complexity of the problems that the British civil servant faced in the U.S. The movie seemed to end about 30 minutes before the end of the book. This made it hard for me to feel the excitement and excitement felt by the audience. It would have been nice to have a little more time to show the difficulties the British civil servant faced in the U.S. It was a pretty good movie. But, it is definitely not a classic.

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Aaron

This is a good movie, but it is not a great movie. I think it would have been better with a smaller cast and better locations. I like it when the director can do that, like in this case the location and the location shots were very good. I can understand the reviews on here saying that it is a "perfect" movie. I don't know how you could go wrong with this movie. If you like the story and the actors and the direction you will like this movie. If you are a fan of Christopher Robin then you should check this movie out. I liked this movie and I hope they make another one with the same cast and locations.

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Anna

This is a small independent film that tells the story of Christopher Robin's final year in school. It is, by its very nature, a private film and I am not sure whether it will ever be released. However, I am happy to report that the film was made and is available on DVD. I have not seen the film in its entirety so cannot comment on the performances but what I can say is that the film is an honest portrayal of the final year of Christopher Robin's life. The film is also a very moving and entertaining film. As a final note, the film is excellent. If you are a Christopher Robin fan you should definitely watch the film.

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Jean C.

I'm not usually a fan of Christopher Robin, but I have to say that I enjoyed this movie. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 was because it seemed to drag on at times. It is a film that I would recommend to people who are into historical dramas. I think I would have rated it higher had I known that it was based on a true story. I feel like they could have done a lot more with the story.

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Jack

This is an interesting film about the beginnings of James Bond. It starts out with an early flashback to the famous murder that killed "Little James" in the early days of Bond. It is interesting to see how much of Bond's persona changed throughout the years. It is also interesting to see how the film compares to the actual assassination, and what some of the actors and crew are saying about it.

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Anthony

Christopher Robin (Joseph Fiennes) has a heart-attack and is rushed to hospital. Once there, the hospital staff are not very encouraging of his condition. This is the story of how Robin lives and gets better. The film has many characters, but the main focus is on Robin's wife Christine (Joan Allen). They are the heart of the film. This film tells a very simple story of a heart attack. It is a very good film, but you really have to pay attention. This film is very uplifting. It has a great cast and is a must-see for anyone who has heart problems.

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Teresa H.

What a great cast and I was really impressed with this film. I've never seen the original of course but I've always heard great things about it and I was surprised to find out that it was an adaptation of the stage play of the same name. If you like films where you actually feel like you're a part of the story, then this is for you. This is an adaptation of the play, which was based on the biography of Jack the Ripper. It was really a pretty well done film, and it made me think about the relationship between Jack and Mary Kelly. I also really liked the fact that it focused more on the relationship between the two, and they didn't get into the details of how the two knew each other so well. I also really liked how the film didn't focus on any of the Ripper murders and just told the story of the love story between Jack and Mary. I would have liked to have seen more of the Ripper killings, but I understand why they would want to keep the focus on the love story. The film was pretty good and it really did give me a great feeling of being a part of the story. I also loved how they focused more on the relationship between the two. Overall, a very good adaptation of the play and I would highly recommend this movie.

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Catherine A.

I did not know this film was about Christopher Robin. I read in the New York Times that this movie was about his life. I am not a fan of Robin's, but I am a fan of Robin's mother and I thought this film was great. This film is about Christopher Robin's early years in the family. He is a great actor and this film does a good job of capturing the period and the setting of his youth. The story is not in chronological order, but it's worth the effort to see this film. Christopher Robin is a great storyteller and it's great to see him take on a role like this. I think it's great to see his mother telling the story of her son, and I think Robin's character is great as well. This is a good film, and it's not perfect, but it's worth seeing.

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Raymond

This is an entertaining, fairly accurate, albeit rather blunt, portrayal of the life of Christopher Robin. It doesn't really come across as a biography and it is not a "look back" at the life of Robin Hood. Instead, it is a story of how Robin Hood grew up, came to be, and where he went from there. This movie is not historically accurate. But the book, Robin Hood and the Legend of Robin Hood, is much more accurate in the areas where the movie deviates from the book. For example, Robin Hood's wife is portrayed as a free woman, and he never married. He never had a mistress. He never fathered children with his mistress. He never married a girl he would later marry. He never fathered children with the mother of his lover. The stories in the book are simply exaggerated versions of Robin Hood's life. The movie version is an accurate depiction of Robin Hood's life and his relationships with his fellow rebels and the later King of England. And, although it is somewhat misleading, it is not a lie. Robin Hood had three wives, all of whom he fathered children with. He had five sons and five daughters. In the book, the entire story of Robin Hood's life is told in just one short paragraph. The movie version is a lot longer and doesn't follow the book's plot very well. But the movie is still a fairly accurate portrayal of the story of Robin Hood. But it's a lot more fun than any of the books. And it has some good acting and some very good humor. It is also fun to see the other actors, especially Colin Firth as the King. (He was in every single movie I saw in theaters for three years, including this one.) And I particularly liked the bit with the gypsy girl and the puppets. All in all, it's worth watching for anyone who enjoys a good, entertaining family movie. It's about time the movie versions of Robin Hood and Robin Hood and the Legend of Robin Hood were in English-dubbed versions. This movie is better than the film versions of these books, and the movie versions of these books have never been better than this movie. A few of the other movies I saw, including The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, were about the same quality as this movie. It's no masterpiece, but it is a good movie and one that's a good time.

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Jerry Jensen

This is a story of two men who are very different but who are very close. I had the chance to watch this film at the Berlin film festival in November and I was moved by it. For me the real power of this film comes from the acting of the two men who play the leading roles, and especially from the interaction of two other actors who play the roles of the supporting characters. Both Alfred Molina and James Caan have won the Best Actor awards at the Berlin Film Festival. Molina is a very old actor and he really deserved to win. He is very good at playing older characters, and he is very comfortable in his role. He is also very good at playing actors who are very different, and he has a very natural way of playing those roles. James Caan is also very good at playing young actors and he has a very natural way of playing those roles. This film also has a very good and strong performance from the role of the younger actor in the film, who is played by Oscar Isaac. His performance is very good and I believe he is going to become one of the most acclaimed young actors in the world. This film was made on the big screen in Berlin and I believe it will have a very big impact on the audience. I believe that this is a film that you should watch as soon as possible, but not before.

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Gerald Chen

Andrew Davies is an unlikely star. He's one of the most hated actors in Hollywood, known for his over-the-top acting, and yet he still makes money off of it. The title character in this film is also a star, but one who is much more modest, and actually isn't a very interesting character. Davies plays the central role of Chris Robin, a man who is up against it on several fronts. The film is a straightforward tale of his fight with the depression and the depression industry that surrounds him. The film makes an admirable attempt at a subtle and insightful portrayal of the subject, and his struggle with the man who made him into a star. One of the few redeeming features of the film are the performances of the two stars who play the central characters, Lloyd Webber and Kenneth Branagh. Branagh is just perfect as Christopher Robin, making his character both appealing and empathetic. The film has a very slow build up, and the ending is a very sad one. All the actors do a good job in this film, and while it isn't the best film I have ever seen, it is certainly worth seeing. I would recommend it for anyone who wants to see an enjoyable story about a very complicated character. My score: 7.5/10. You can find an expanded version of this review on my blog: Thoughts of a SteelMonster.

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Maria Andrews

The interviewees are good actors. They gave good interviews. The film is very well made. It has good production values. It is very well acted and I loved the scene where they show the National Health Service. It was a good experience.

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Doris S.

In The Prestige, Robert Angier plays Christopher Robin, a rich boy from the Bronx who is fascinated by the arts and has a penchant for sleaze. Robin does not like being called Robin, and though he seems as if he will be the next best thing to Batman, he's not. He is much more of a loner than a rebel, and is always one step ahead of everyone. Robin is the leading role in Christopher Nolan's 'The Prestige', an adaptation of the comic book by Alan Moore. It's one of the few things that Nolan has in common with Christopher Nolan. The only real similarity between the two is that they both deal with superpowered individuals and super-villains. The two are different in other ways, and even if you have not read the comic, you'll recognize that the story is different. They are both about people who become good, and then the baddies start to look like they should have been good, and then the gooddies start to look like they should have been bad. Nolan also has a knack for telling a story that goes back and forth, a tendency that Christopher Nolan is not known for. One can look at the ending of 'The Dark Knight' as the end of the Nolan trilogy, but the story that Nolan told was actually the beginning. I'm not going to talk about the story because it is very important to understand the movie, and I don't want to give anything away. I'm only going to say that the story is told in the comic book, and while the movie is looking like it is the end of the Nolan trilogy, it's actually the beginning of Nolan's story.

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Amber N.

Gentleman Rapper and Trustee at the 'D'Day' high school is finally on his way to a career in music, when his old music teacher is abducted by a gang of hoodlums. I am not sure what I am supposed to take from this film. On one hand, it is a story about a tragic story about the young man who made the world of music. On the other hand, it is a story about the teen hustle that we all know, and the destruction it can cause. The first half of the film is about the troubled mind of young Richie, who is bullied and bullied on his way to high school. The second half of the film is about the destructive nature of the hustle, as Richie tries to make it big in music. The performances are wonderful and it is a beautiful film, but it is not really worth watching it. It is too long. I am not sure what the point is of the film, but I am glad I watched it. It is not really a perfect film, but it is a good one. But don't expect to see a masterpiece. The film is a well-made film, but it is not going to win any awards. I gave it a 7 out of 10.

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James Wheeler

I was really looking forward to this film as I was impressed by both its stars in The Office, The Illusionist and The Big Bang Theory, but it was very disappointing. The story is fantastic, but it was rather convoluted. The relationship between the two leads is very touching, but this is not enough to make it a success. The chemistry between the leads was so believable that it was hard to feel sorry for them. My favourite moment was when Barney gets his top off in the changing room. I loved that. Also, it is sad to think that the scriptwriters couldn't think of a single thing they could have used in the script for the father/son dance. The scene was so overblown and all over the place that it was totally impossible to follow. I would have liked to have seen a more touching scene with the father and son. I don't want to spoil anything for you, but I think the end was very emotional, and it was sad to see that it was so badly executed.

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Bruce

I enjoyed this film for several reasons. One of these reasons is the way it was made. The production values are great, the actors look and act very realistically, and the music fits well. Unfortunately, the ending of this film is very unsatisfying. It is unsatisfying because it is completely out of the blue. In the final scene of this film, there is a very awkward, abrupt way of telling us that Christopher Robin and his wife have decided to move out of the country. A very awkward, abrupt ending. This film would have been perfect if there were more of these moments. If you enjoy films that are realistic and have a very believable story line, this film is for you. I give it a 7 out of 10.

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Walter

A well-acted, intelligent, and subtle piece of work. I have seen it once and now want to see it again. A multi-layered work that questions the lives and actions of the characters. We are given a series of interweaving stories, each with a different thread. The more we watch, the more we think about the movie. It is not a movie about one man and one event, but rather a film about a man and his world. The dialogue is witty and thoughtful, but it never becomes pretentious. The ending is brilliant, and the last scene is a stroke of genius. I recommend this film to anyone who loves film and people.