History WesternAnimation / PoohsGrandAdventure

26th Aug '17 11:46:24 PM Chris116
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As you might guess from the image on the right, ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'' is considerably DarkerAndEdgier than past stories in the franchise. Though most previous ''Pooh'' stories would feature moments of drama, this is more drama than most standard ''Pooh'' fare [[note]]Death is even touched on here, even if it's just a DisneyDeath[[/note]]. It's also the first BigDamnMovie of the franchise.

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As you might guess from the image on the right, ''Pooh's Grand Adventure'' is considerably DarkerAndEdgier than past stories in the franchise. Though most previous ''Pooh'' stories would feature moments of drama, this is more drama than most standard ''Pooh'' fare [[note]]Death is even touched on here, even if it's just a DisneyDeath[[/note]]. It's also the first BigDamnMovie of the franchise.



* BittersweetEnding: Surprisingly, yes, this movie has one. [[spoiler: Even though the friends have found Christopher Robin and faced their flaws head on, Christopher Robin still won't be able to come and see them as much. But it's okay, since Pooh knows he always has Christopher in his heart, and they truly will always be together, [[ArcWords forever and ever]].]]
* BreakTheCutie: Much like how Christopher Robin is being forced to grow up, the main group faces some challenges you wouldn't expect innocent Winnie the Pooh characters to face, and at the end of the second act they are broken by them. No one gets this worse than Pooh, who has a heartbreaking song lamenting how bad things have gotten for him without Christopher.

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* BittersweetEnding: Surprisingly, yes, this movie has one. [[spoiler: Even though the friends have found Christopher Robin and faced their flaws head on, Christopher Robin still won't be able to come and see them as much. But it's okay, since Pooh knows he always has Christopher in his heart, and they truly will always be together, [[ArcWords forever and ever]].]]
* BreakTheCutie: Much like how Christopher Robin is being forced to grow up, the main group faces some challenges you wouldn't expect innocent Winnie the Pooh characters to face, that test their faith and their psyches, and at the end of the second act they are broken by them. No one gets this worse than Pooh, who has a heartbreaking song lamenting how bad things have gotten for him without Christopher.



* CreditsGag: "Winnie-the-Pooh (And the Skullasaurus, too!)"

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* CreditsGag: "Winnie-the-Pooh (And ([[spoiler: And the Skullasaurus, too!)"too!]])"



* RealityEnsues: The grand adventure [[spoiler: doesn't stop Christopher Robin from having to go to school and not see them as much anymore]].

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* RealityEnsues: RealityEnsues:
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The grand adventure [[spoiler: doesn't stop Christopher Robin from having to go to school and not see them as much anymore]].



* ScareChord: When Pooh spots the Upside-Down Rock
* SeriesFauxnale: The movie could easily serve as the true end to Disney's ''Winnie-the-Pooh'' fiction. It tackles the ramifications of the ending of the original books head on, having Pooh and Christopher Robin make peace with the fact that they'll always be together, and the cast overcoming their major flaws they're always portrayed with. While of course the franchise continued, this film could easily serve as the endgame of the stories of the Hundred-Acre-Wood.
** Some fans consider the film to be the GrandFinale of WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh, given the fact it had the same animation and story crew (and therefore the same animation and art style), the same voice cast, and that it was the first ''Disney'' Winnie the Pooh adaptation made since said show ended.

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* ScareChord: When Pooh spots the Upside-Down Rock
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* SeriesFauxnale: SeriesFauxnale:
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The movie could easily serve as the true end to Disney's ''Winnie-the-Pooh'' fiction. It tackles the ramifications of the ending of the original books head on, having Pooh and Christopher Robin make peace with the fact that they'll always be together, and the cast overcoming their major flaws they're always portrayed with. While of course the franchise continued, this film could easily serve as the endgame of the stories of the Hundred-Acre-Wood.
** Some fans at the least consider the film to be the GrandFinale of WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh, ''WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh'', given the fact it had the same animation and story crew (and therefore the same animation and art style), the same voice cast, and that it was the first ''Disney'' Winnie the Pooh adaptation made since said show ended.



* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: Oh, you'd better believe it. The typical WackyHijinks of the characters in the Hundred Acre Wood where the biggest danger to be found was bad weather and annoying pests gives way to a perilous journey from their homes to the "great unknown" in search of Christopher Robin, where Pooh and the others face their respective character flaws head on and at several points are [[DespairEventHorizon very nearly overcome by them]]. To say nothing of them all thinking that Pooh has been killed at one point. TropesAreNotBad, though.

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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: Oh, you'd better believe it. The typical WackyHijinks of the characters in the Hundred Acre Wood where the biggest danger to be found was bad weather and annoying pests gives way to a perilous journey from their homes to the "great unknown" in search of Christopher Robin, where Pooh and the others face their respective character flaws head on and at several points are [[DespairEventHorizon very nearly overcome by them]]. To say nothing of them all thinking that Pooh has been killed at one point. TropesAreNotBad, though.



* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: See ArcWords above.

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* YouAreBetterThanYouThinkYouAre: See The basis of the ArcWords above.
13th Aug '17 10:26:16 AM nombretomado
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* XMeetsY: ''[[Disney/TheLionKing The Lion King]]'' meets ''[[Film/TheWizardOfOz The Wizard of Oz]]''.
9th Aug '17 6:46:26 PM DecafGrub47393
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* ManualMisprint: The VHS version uses the Walt Disney Masterpiece Collection logo.
20th May '17 1:49:03 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* TheNineties: Mostly [[AvertedTrope unseen]], but "Wherever You Are" does get a '90s pop ballad remix during the end credits (which is far more tearjerking and heart-wrenching than you'd expect to be featured in the credits for a DTV Pooh movie).



* TheNineties: Mostly [[AvertedTrope unseen]], but "Wherever You Are" does get a '90s pop ballad remix during the end credits (which is far more tearjerking and heart-wrenching than you'd expect to be featured in the credits for a DTV Pooh movie).
20th Jan '17 8:25:23 PM Mdumas43073
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I used to believe in forever, but forever's too good to be true."'']]

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[[caption-width-right:350:''"I [[caption-width-right:300:''"I used to believe in forever, but forever's too good to be true."'']]
11th Jan '17 9:39:30 AM NausicaaoftheSpirits
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* ScareChord: When Pooh spots the Upside-Down Rock
9th Nov '16 4:12:14 AM Sedaver
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** Some fans consider the film to be the GrandFinale of WesternAnimation/TheNewAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh, given the fact it had the same animation and story crew (and therefore the same animation and art style), the same voice cast, and that it was the first ''Disney'' Winnie the Pooh adaptation made since said show ended.
20th Oct '16 7:28:03 PM Monolaf317
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-->''... [[TearJerker Wherever you are]].''

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-->''... [[TearJerker Wherever you are]].''''
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11th Oct '16 12:04:38 PM kablammin45
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* UnexpectedlyDarkEpisode: Oh, you'd better believe it. The typical WackyHijinks of the characters in the Hundred Acre Wood where the biggest danger to be found was bad weather and annoying pests gives way to a perilous journey from their homes to the "great unknown" in search of Christopher Robin, where Pooh and the others face their respective character flaws head on and at several points are [[DespairEventHorizon very nearly overcome by them]]. To say nothing of them all thinking that Pooh has been killed at one point. TropesAreNotBad, though.
9th Oct '16 4:02:52 PM Puterboy1
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--> '''Pooh''': Maybe we should... [[LetsSplitUpGang split up?]]
--> '''Rabbit''': [[GenreBlind What a wonderful idea, Pooh!]]

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--> '''Pooh''': Maybe Perhaps we should... [[LetsSplitUpGang split up?]]
--> '''Rabbit''': [[GenreBlind What Why Pooh Bear! I believe that's a wonderful idea, Pooh!]]very smart idea!]]
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