You have the chance to experience this non-looped, 24-minute standard definition reel with just sound effects light fireplace crackle , just music instrumental versions of Christmas carols , or, most logically, a combination of the two. The Blu-ray doesn't resume playback or support bookmarks, but it does remember where you left off if you didn't finish the movie. Rabbit tells Roo the story of which explains of how, on a previous Christmas Eve, their letter failed to reach Santa and that Pooh dressed up as Santa to bring gifts to his friends, but was unsuccessful. After a live-action bedroom opening which lets Carly Simon put her own spin on the Sherman Brothers' theme song beginning Simon's short-lived association with the franchise , we open with the new material on Christmas Eve, as friends come over to Pooh's to decorate his house and tree. The next day, it is Christmas Day and everyone heads outside to have fun.
It's kind of bizarre that this unremarkable and not especially popular video has hit the format before the likes of Aladdin and Hercules. Winnie the Pooh Boo to You Too! High definition doesn't even seem to add anything significant to the movie in terms of picture, sound, or bonus features, as this sports the worst-looking Blu-ray transfer I've seen from Disney. The items quickly fall apart and Pooh's disguise is discovered, but, of course, everything turns out all right in the end. I equally loved the story, so sweet and charming and manages to maintain the childhood innocence that makes the stories, movies and series so endearing to me. This could be a fun activity for children of the right age, but as usual I'm not crazy about the implication that this young demographic is the one for whom Pooh and friends are intended.
The singing over the opening credits is a bit dreadful, and it returns at the end, but the rest is pure magic that will make kids and adults smile. I don't know if the transfer's shortcomings can all be traced back to shoddy production methods, but the two issues seem related. It is beautifully animated with bright colours, pristine backgrounds and well-drawn colours with the best animation coming in the featured Christmas classic Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too. The first story is pretty much the same as Winnie the Pooh and Christmas Too, that is, Pooh forgetting to list what he wants when Christopher Robin writes a letter to Santa and having to get the letter back. The characters are forever timeless, Tigger has always been my favourite character but Pooh is so lovable, Piglet adorable and Rabbit I love how he learns from his mistakes in general, and he is pretty much the only character in a sense that does likable once you get to know him. The animation is sub-par as well as the story.
Winnie the Pooh Imagine That, Christopher Robin! Christmas Too finds the gang writing a letter to Santa asking him for the things they most want. With those points sometimes you can use them to get other movies too. Remembering Christopher Robin's resolutions, Pooh suggests that they all change in order to accommodate Rabbit and Eeyore finds happiness through eating honey, Piglet starts bouncing to overcome his fears, Pooh becomes gloomy due to hone withdraw, and Tigger gives up bouncing but becomes paranoid as a result. It's honestly just disturbing and really creepy. The four then regain their old personalities and Tigger rescues Rabbit. Another tip is with the Disney digital downloads, when you register the digital download you get points.
Overall, really charming and wonderful, a must see for anyone who loves these characters and stories. Other Titles: Disney's Winnie the Pooh, a very merry Pooh year Winnie the Pooh, a very merry Pooh year Responsibility: Walt Disney Home Entertainment. The music is very memorable, with some Christmas favourites and lovely incidental music. There's even a creepy narrator trying to emulate actor Michael York's off-putting filling of that role. Disney's Song Selection lets you watch any or all 5:33 of the movie's eight short to super short musical numbers with lyric subtitles over them. Within seven minutes, the gang is reminded of a past Christmas, which they recall, i. Running time 63 minutes Country United States Language English A Very Merry Pooh Year also known as Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year is a 2002 American film produced by and the series finale of.
Especially if you can't take watching Frosty or Rudolf for the 246th time. Overall, I greatly love this movie just as I have always loved anything having to do with the Winnie the Pooh series. Their work on Merry Pooh Year is a far cry from what DisneyToon Studios was putting out just a few years later. The conclusion of Christmas Too brings us to the halfway point of Merry Pooh Year and the start of the original material. This film has been modified from its original version. Pooh intends to swear off honey.
This film has been modified from its original version. Don't waste your money on this sad cut and paste movie. John Fiedler is still stellar as the timid Piglet, Michael Gough inspired and very funny as Gopher and Ken Samson very effective as Rabbit. Pooh suggests doing a resolution which Christopher Robin had told him about earlier , which they must keep no matter what. Performer s : Voices: Jim Cummings, Bob Joles, Ken Sansom.
After Pooh raiding the pantry, Piglet hiding under the bed, Tigger threatening to knock things over, and Eeyore being just being plain glum, Rabbit declares he's had enough. Pooh finally remembers where he left Piglet's gift and goes home to get it. The second story is A Very Merry Pooh Year, which starts with Christopher Robin sharing his New Year's resolutions with Pooh and Pooh deciding to throw a New Year's party at Rabbit's house. There are scenes added that were never in the original, such as the opening sequence, with obviously different voice actors and animation. I'm pleasantly surprised that Disney didn't drop this basic feature.