Review of the 2011 Film, “Winnie-the-Pooh”

Pooh-Bear wakes and realizes that he is hungry for honey – only to find none in his home at all. Meanwhile, Eeyore’s tail is missing. So, each animal makes a deal that whoever finds Eeyore the best replacement for his tail wins. However, no one succeeds. And poor Pooh still struggles with his rumbling stomach.

Where are Those 2D Films? They Seem so Rare These Days

Who grew up with 2D animation? I certainly did. Not just TV shows, but also movies. I watched certain Disney classics in 2D, such as “Aladdin” and “Cinderella”. One of my earliest, very faint memories is me seeing “Hercules” in the movie theater when I was 3. I also saw “Tarzan” in the cinema when I was 5.