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The misfortunes of "Christopher Robin" are many.Instead, Forster has fashioned a meticulously handsome post-WWII period drama – perhaps one more for adults than children – leaning much closer to "The Velveteen Rabbit" than Saturday morning cartoons.After a page-turning montage, Christopher Robin (Ewan McGregor) has indeed done just that.The demands of his work have drained all the fun out of Christopher Robin, whose middle name has been upgraded to surname.He hasn't so much as smiled in years, Evelyn says, and, on a particularly crucial work weekend, out pops Pooh from a Hundred Acre Wood portal from the trunk of a tree outside Christopher's townhouse.Naturally, Christopher is pulled back into Hundred Acre Wood where his priorities are straightened out."Christopher Robin," is screening in Beirut-area theaters.
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