Goodbye Christopher Robin

2017

Biography / Family / History

52
Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 64%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 74%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 7664

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Margot Robbie as Daphne Milne
Domhnall Gleeson as Alan Milne
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 8 / 10

not a kids' movie

Alan "Blue" Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) returns home to England from the Great War suffering PTSD. His wife Daphne (Margot Robbie) likes the London high society life with her successful playwright husband. After the birth of their son Christopher "Billy Moon", Daphne hires nanny Olive (Kelly Macdonald) leaving the child raising to her. Blue decides to move out to the countryside as he struggles to write his anti-war novel. Blue is distant until he starts writing Winnie the Pooh with his son but the invasive publicity soon divides son from father.

This is not a kiddie movie. It's not really a movie for kids. It is a compelling movie about modern celebrity culture and a family drama. It can be a bit slow at times. It needs some brutality to give realism to the PTSD. The movie straddles the kiddie background material with more serious adult material. Some war scenes could connect father to son and be the epic conclusion to their story. It may not fit the kiddie nature of Winnie the Pooh. Sitting on a rock is probably the safer choice. Overall, I find this true story compelling.

Reviewed by bettycjung 5 / 10

Good biopic of a strange writer

2/8/18. I love Winnie the Pooh! But, why are these earlier writers of beloved children stories so weird? (Think Lewis Carroll of Alice in Wonderland fame) Milne definitely had some mental health issues that affected his relationships with his wife and son. Perhaps by depriving his son of his childhood through his writings he thought he had a relationship with him. Whatever. The cinematography was great, as were the acting, and this movie attests to "truth is stranger than fiction."

Reviewed by daithiwalker 7 / 10

May ruin the books on you.

Film is great. Can't help but feel a little but of animosity towards the mother and father after it all. The pretty much ruined their kids life. Also, seems that he never did forgive his parents for what they did to him in real life.

Warning though. If you love winnie the pooh, this may just ruin the stories for you though. It's not the most romantic story ever told.

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