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Goodbye Christoper Robin 

Author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) struggles with depression and post-traumatic stress and often retreats to a forest near his home. There, as he observes his son at play, he creates Winnie the Pooh.


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ClearPlay can take a nap between tasks with Christopher Robin since there isn’t much need for clean-up in this PG-rated film. Filters can omit 1 sensual scene (married couple kissing in bed), 2 scenes of violence or disturbing images, and 12 instances of mild language.

It’s a family film, but a bit on the despondent side including strained family relationships, so children might not fully appreciate the story.

Will you say hello or goodbye to Christopher Robin? … 

Maybe my head was stuck in a honey jar while reading Winnie the Pooh, because I never realized a real Christopher Robin existed. The film shed new light on the characters, both real and fictional, so it felt like an introduction—a hello—to the tale. This is no light-hearted story as it carries a heavy theme. Nevertheless, the film is beautifully shot with vivid color, well-acted, and fascinating. If you appreciate relationship stories and don’t mind crying a tear or two, curl up with a teddy bear and watch this one. (Jar of honey optional.)

Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Tigger Trainer


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Star Trek Beyond

As the USS Enterprise continues its travels through deep space on a five-year assignment, Captain James T. Kirk (Chris Pine) is growing restless. However, when the Enterprise is attacked, and Kirk and his crew are left stranded on an uncharted and dangerous planet, the captain must use every resource he can find to save his crew and get back to his original mission.


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There is scattered offensive language in this movie, mostly by Bones (Karl Urban). There are also some violent deaths and injuries that the filters can tone down. Sexual relationships are implied, but not shown and Kirk and his crew drink alcoholic beverages. It’s all very PG-13 in tone, but it’s still more edgy than the original series and Star Trek movies.


So Does this Movie Boldly Go Where No Movie Has Gone Before?

While I am not a Trekkie, I have enjoyed each film in the rebooted series and Star Trek Beyond is no exception. This is a fun movie. It’s directed by Justin Lin (from the Fast & Furious series), so you can expect plenty of action and plenty of ridiculousness, as well as some pandering to the Star Trek fans. This franchise still has some life left in it.

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Goodbye Christoper Robin 

Author A.A. Milne (Domhnall Gleeson) struggles with depression and post-traumatic stress and often retreats to a forest near his home. There, as he observes his son at play, he creates Winnie the Pooh.


ClearPlay in Action!

ClearPlay can take a nap between tasks with Christopher Robin since there isn’t much need for clean-up in this PG-rated film. Filters can omit 1 sensual scene (married couple kissing in bed), 2 scenes of violence or disturbing images, and 12 instances of mild language.

It’s a family film, but a bit on the despondent side including strained family relationships, so children might not fully appreciate the story.

Will you say hello or goodbye to Christopher Robin? … 

Maybe my head was stuck in a honey jar while reading Winnie the Pooh, because I never realized a real Christopher Robin existed. The film shed new light on the characters, both real and fictional, so it felt like an introduction—a hello—to the tale. This is no light-hearted story as it carries a heavy theme. Nevertheless, the film is beautifully shot with vivid color, well-acted, and fascinating. If you appreciate relationship stories and don’t mind crying a tear or two, curl up with a teddy bear and watch this one. (Jar of honey optional.)

Trudy Bockoven, ClearPlay Tigger Trainer

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