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This Is (And Isn’t) Your Grandma’s Peter Rabbit!

Peter Rabbit – Peter Rabbit (James Corden) – Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures/Sony Animation..

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The hybrid film (live-action/CGI) features a mostly CGI cast of animals interacting with human beings in the real world and it’s done so well that you buy in immediately.

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Fate is a Funny Old Thing Trailer: Goodbye Christopher Robin!

Will Tilston as ‘Christopher Robin Milne’ in the film Goodbye Christopher Robin. Photo by David Appleby. © 2017 Fox Searchlight Pictures

If every reader who ever loved Winnie the Pooh saw Goodbye Christopher in a theater, it would do an easy half billion.

The new trailer for the film shows the mostly lovely relationship between Alan (A.A.) Milne and his son, Christopher Robin and hints at the bits that coalesced into the classic Winnie the Pooh books.

It’s almost as delightful as the books. Goodbye Christopher Robin opens on  October 13th.

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About Time Adroitly Mixes Time Travel and Romance!

About Time

Richard Curtis is responsible for such films as Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill and Love Actually – romantic dramedies that detail burgeoning relationships that work, as often as not, because the people in them are flawed. For About Time, Curtis adds a very limited form of time travel to the mix in a low key, unsurprisingly affecting movie that will provoke a bit of laughter, a few tears and the feeling of almost two hours well spent.

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