Winnie-the-Pooh (2023)

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Winnie-the-Pooh (2023)
Genre: Adventure
Directed By: A.A. Miller
Produced By: TBA
Written By/Screenplay: A.A. Miller
Starring: TBA
Distributed By: Tubi
Release Date: February 14, 2023
Runtime: 91 minutes
Country: United States
Language: English
Budget: TBA
Box Office: TBA

Winnie-the-Pooh, not to be confused with Winnie-the-Pooh: Blood and Honey, is a 2023 animated movie that was released on Tubi. It was directed and written by A.A. Miller, based off of A.A. Milne's Winnie-the-Pooh that released in 1926.

Why It Makes Us Say "Oh Bother"

  1. The animation is extremely lazy, you can see many things clipping throughout the film and they are not hard to find, it also looks mostly like an early 2010s animated film rather than a movie that came out in 2023.
  2. Speaking of the animation, the lipsync is completely nonexistent and the characters will move their mouth whenever they feel like it.
  3. The visuals, while nice-looking, were legitimately made with an A.I tool, which just screams laziness.
  4. Lazy and low-quality voice acting, even Winnie the Pooh's voice actor in this film sounds like Donald Trump making a Winnie the Pooh impression.
  5. What's even worse is the character designs, with many examples being Winnie the Pooh not having a red shirt, and Christopher Robin's clothing looks painted on, you can even see his belly button, his design even looks like Woody from Toy Story. Not to mention that Winnie the Pooh's teeth look extremely creepy in this rip-off.
    • Eeyore looks nothing like a donkey, he looks more like a horse if anything, they also made his fur brown instead of grey.
    • Roo has a completely different art style from everyone else and it makes him stand out like a sore thumb.
    • Piglet looks more like a Cocomelon character. And it lazily shows...
  6. The slow pacing is all over the place and makes the film super boring.

Redeeming Qualities

  1. Even if the animation is extremely lazy, the visuals are at least nice to look at.
  2. Despite the poor grasp, the movie does at least give off references to the Winnie-the-Pooh franchise.
  3. At least it doesn't use the "public domain horror" cliché... at least intentionally.


The film has been reviewed by SaberSpark, currently sits at a 4.2/10 by 16 reviewers on IMDB.[1]


  • The name of the director and writer A.A. Miller, ironically, resembles the name of A.A. Milne, writer of Winnie the Pooh.

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