Piglet’s Big Movie, otherwise know as WINNIE THE POOH SEQUEL 6834, is another film I had watched growing up.
I don’t remember hating this film much, so watching this film again certainly helped. What do I think of this film now? Let’s see.
Story: Piglet runs away after the rest of the group turns him away from their honey-stealing plan. Now Pooh, Tigger, Rabbit, Kanga, Roo, and Eeyore have to go out and find him.
Piglet feels as if he’s not that important and too small…that’s strange. I don’t know if you’ve forgotten Piglet, but I do remember that you DONATED YOUR FRIGGEN HOUSE. That’s a pretty big and important thing for you to do.
Anyway, how’s the story? It’s not that bad. I love the lesson it teached kids, and I believe it’s a very important lesson for kids. No matter how small or unimportant you may think you are, you can still accomplish big and important things. That’s a good thing kids should know.
I like how this film is a lot like the original Winnie the Pooh film. It is cute, innocent, and it has more serious moments than funny ones.
Animation: The animation in this is not that bad. It’s Winnie the Pooh. The designs are colorful and it looks like it was illustrated for a storybook. It’s no Hayao Miyazaki, but it is still pretty to look at.
Characters: What can I say? It’s the Winnie the Pooh characters being themselves. Pooh is kind and curious, Tigger is energetic and fun, Piglet is timid yet strong, and Rabbit is still the serious and stern character we knoe and love.
But we do show more spotlight on Piglet and how he learns that he can be strong and brave though he is very short in stature. Though I wish there was more scenes showing his progression, other than the 2 or 3 scenes they gave him, I’m still fine with it.
In conclusion, Piglet’s Big Movie is not the best film I’ve seen, but it really is like the original Winnie the Pooh. It’s not that complex, but it sucks you in with those cute and lovable characters from the Hundred Acre Wood. I’d certainly watch it with younger kids because they’d certainly love it.
See you later, Animators!
P.S. I’m going to Disneyland next week. So be on the look out for a few pics and videos!