YMMV: Pooh's Grand Adventure
- Alternate Character Interpretation: Just how clueless was Owl when making the map? One of the places he marks as "Peaceful Forest" on the map seems to be false until the end where we see that it truly was peaceful. Also, the way to skull was over the gorge, not through the gorge as seen on the map so the gang can't say Owl was acting goofy, considering they never truly went there to begin with.
- Crowning Music of Awesome: The end credits version of "Wherever You Are", sung by Barry Coffing and Vonda Shepard.
- Imagine it being sung in Pooh's voice, to himself, when Christopher Robin doesn't show up the next day. Might take the ending a little more sweet and a little less bitter for childhood fans.
- As noted below, Owl's song is a whimsical, wacky, nightmarishly fun song about his romantic views of adventure.
- "Everything Is Right", for being the triumphant, euphoric return to the sanctuary of the Hundred Acre Wood after all the danger and drama.
- Carl Johnson's score can really pack a punch, as the most emotional scenes are carried well by his themes. Christopher Robin's theme is bittersweet but still so full of love; the final cue as the story ends has the appropriate gravitas for such a heavy story; and the music of the more perilous parts of the film is pretty creepy indeed.
- He Really Can Act: The entire cast gets to really show off their acting chops in this movie as their characters are taken to dramatic places they've never been before, especially Jim Cummings and Ken Samson.
- Magnum Opus: The movie is held in high regard amongst Pooh fans thanks to its darker tone, sophisticated story, and rounded character study of the main cast.
- One-Scene Wonder: Owl. And what a scene it is!