Jacob Martin (formally known as The Movie King)’s review published on Letterboxd :
Where do I even start with this?
Winnie the Pooh is one of the most innocent children's characters ever, and one of the most adorable Disney movies out there, it's truly hard to make a critical assessment of it. Even as an adult, I still love this film. Every time I watch this, I am reminded of the fun times I had playing with my stuffed animals, but that's not what this is all about. Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, and Eeyore may be stuffed animals and The Hundred Acre Wood may be a figment of Christopher Robin's imagination, but who really cares? It's a beautiful fantasy that makes me want to hang out with these memorable characters. As for the film itself, I have nothing really wrong with it, except I wished it was longer because I didn't want to leave this world. It has memorable, likeable, innocent characters, I still enjoy some of the humor even as an adult (particularly the fourth-wall jokes where they are aware they are in a children's book), the animation is pretty good considering Disney intentionally made it to look like your typical children's storybook (with some exceptions... like that trippy as heck Heffalumps and Woozles dream sequence), I still enjoy the many stories and situations our characters get into, and it has extremely catchy and memorable Sherman Brothers music, some of their best work.
What more can I say about The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh? It's still an innocent and wonderful Disney film for the kids in all of us.
"DON'T FEED THE BEAR!!!"
Cast and characters: 10/10
Production values: 10/10