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  • Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
    • Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
    • Runtime:68 min
    • Release Date:2014-10-25 11:28:18
    • Director: Frank Nissen
    • Genres: Animation, Family, Fantasy, Mystery
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MOVIE REVIEW:Pooh’s Heffalump Movie
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At 18, you may think I am a little old to be watching this movie, but
as a lover of the Winnie the Pooh characters I thought why not? So I
watched Pooh's Heffalump Movie and was delighted by it. It is so
charming, sweet and endearing and has a lot of heart too. Plenty of
funny and touching moments here too. It isn't as good as the 1977 movie
or the 80s TV show, but it is still a delightful movie, with enough
charm for especially children. Adults may complain there aren't enough
jokes for them, but if they see the movie they will probably be content
by their child's happy smile as they watch it and by the charm the film
has.

The film is very short, but it moves very quickly and doesn't feel
boring. The story is also very simple, but it is effective and innocent
with a nice message that I actually didn't find preachy. The animation
is lovely, and the music while not the best in the world is still
delightful and serves its purpose very well. Even the dialogue had some
nice moments- I smiled and I was moved too. The characters are a
delight, especially Lumpy who is so cute and endearing I fell in love
with him the very first moment I set eyes on him. And the voice acting
is excellent. Overall, charming and delightful. 9/10 Bethany Cox

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I've rarely liked most of the Disney spinoffs and sequels but to me the
'Winnie the Pooh' sequels are an exception. I've only seen the
delightful 'Piglet Movie' and now I've had the joy to watch 'Pooh's
Heffalump Movie'. I miss the handdrawn Disney movies nowadays and it is
great to see that Disney still makes such quality stuff even though
that's rare thanks to nonsense like 'High School Musical' dominating
the franchise. In 'Pooh's Heffelump Movie', the animation is vivacious
as ever but where it succeeds most is with its adorable characters who
have maintained their essence and consistency. The whole gang, that is
Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, Kanga, Rabbit, Roo and Iyor are here. The comic
situations are hilarious and the story is fun too. It has heart and is
told in an endearing way that will capture children's attention (yes,
there is a lesson to be learned too) but adults can enjoy it just as
much with their kids. The new character, Lumpy, has got to be one of
the cutest 'member' of the elephant family. But, Lumpy isn't merely
some cute caricature. He is brilliantly written and voiced as a real
character, that of a curious playful child seeking for adventure with a
new friend. The score is splendid and it is always a pleasure to hear
Carly Simon's beautiful voice. This little movie is neatly packed in a
solid 75 minutes but it doesn't feel rushed at all. One of the last few
underrated little gems of Disney.

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I saw this movie for the first time yesterday. I'm not a mushy kind of
person by any means and there are few things that just melt my heart,
but this movie did it. The kid that did the voice of Lumpy the
Heffalump has the most adorable voice and a giggle that just captures
your heart. I think the songs are phenomenal and having grown up with
the friends of the Hundred Acre Wood, they're still doing a fantastic
job. I'm glad after all these years we finally got to meet a Heffalump
and learn they're not as scary as Pooh and his friends have thought
they were. This movie was just absolutely phenomenal (although I do
agree there was nowhere nearly enough Eeyore), and it's absolutely
heart capturing. I've already watched it abut five or six times since
yesterday. I hope to see more Lumpy movies and continue to hear Kyle
Stanger doing his voice. I highly recommend Pooh's Heffalump Movie for
any one age 1 to 101.

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