Still, you can't help but admire the work of the visual effects artists, especially the ones who had to painstakingly edit out the bangles that have permanently fused with Johnny Depp.
Christopher Robin Was Less Magical In Real Life
For those who cherish the tales of Winnie The Pooh, but always wished it was more full of crushing regret and existential despair, Disney gave us Christopher Robin. In it, the lovable titular tyke grows up and abandons his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood -- who, by the way, aren't simply figments of his imagination, but actual sentient beings who are discarded like tattered old copies of Playboy.
To simulate the effect of a handful of mistreated childhood toys coming to life, Pooh and the gang were represented on set by stuffed animals propped up on metal rods which are probably metaphors for our childhood or some crap.
Walt Disney Studios"Well it took a massive team of puppeteers, but at last we can realize the magic of a rag doll left in the woods."