Plays as a sequel to Sherman’s March but with much heavier topics. As a documentarian, his sensitivity to character and inclusion is refreshingly personal.
It stayed true to the original characters but why did it have to be so boring? Not even in the same league as Paddington, and Pooh has way more to work with. Also it’s impossible to get emotional about a film when the music is this bad and when the main character’s eye brows don’t move. Have we learned nothing from Spider-Man?