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Love the Heffalump!
on 20 February 2006
Oh wow, this is the best! This is a *great* movie - it's adorable from start to finish. It has the lovable Pooh gang, all playing true to character, and the elusive "Heffalumps" from the book are brought into film reality in classic Disney fashion.
The gang hunt for "scary" Heffalumps in the woods, but Roo is not allowed to join in as he is too young. So Roo goes it alone and finds the baby heffalump, Lumpy, who has the cutest voice you ever heard. They make friends and show the rest of the gang that Heffalumps are not to be feared. The strong anti-racist message doesn't distract from the adorable, hilarious friendship that forms between Roo and Lumpy (especially when they play in Rabbit's precious garden!) And all to the best Carly Simon soundtrack. Go Carly.
Watch your children beam with pleasure all the way through the film, and then when the toddlers want to watch it over and over (and over) again, you can chill out to the great music.
This is a fab film.