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In Which I Get Excited About Winnie the Pooh Print E-mail
Written by Ivan Radford   
Thursday, 14 April 2011 11:58
You may have noticed that there's a new Winnie the Pooh movie out this week courtesy of Disney. If you haven't heard of it, don't worry: it has perhaps the most non-existent marketing campaign since Keanu Reeves phoned up some newspapers in January about two hours before Henry's Crime started playing in cinemas.

But just in case you're not bothered about the return of The Pooh, here's why you should be super mega excited about it:


It's hand-drawn...


John Cleese narrates it...
   and Christopher Robin is British





Zooey Deschanel is doing the music

If you're going to make disparaging remarks about Zooey's version of the theme tune, STOP BEING MEAN




The trailer is ADORABLE

"Sometimes we all feel a little hungry..." They're right, sometimes I DO feel hungry! My mind is totally
blown right now. No, really. It is. Someone pass me a Jaffa Cake.

But as awesome as the new Winnie the Pooh movie undoubtedly is, it will never be as good as the Soviet version. Meet Vinni Pukh:



When he made this, director Fyodor Khitruk was clearly high on drugs. And socialist propaganda.




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