This is a very enjoyable edition to the Pooh friendship series. The story is mild and is good for kids up to the age of 5. The story has plenty if action to bring a smile to your child's face.The video is great and is fun for kids.
In the story, you will see how Pooh thinks he broke the sky, how Pooh wants to fly, and how they try to save Christopher Robin, even though he was not in trouble.
The story sounds like a very entertaining video. However, you may notice that the animation is weaker than the classic Pooh stories, the illustrations are not as good, and surprisingly, the characters are not very active, unlike the Classics, Blustery Day, Honey Tree, Tigger Too, and Day for Eeyore. These are less charming than the ones with Sterling Holloway, Hal Smith, and all the other great voices.
This is not one of Disney's better efforts, and is far from one of Pooh's best adventures. The video is great for your kids, but it is still nothing like the originals. Stick to the originals.(Blustery Day, Honey Tree, Tigger Too, Day for Eeyore).