Honey is as golden and gooey as ever these days.
And Winnie the Pooh, the bear who can never get enough of that treat, is still a sweet fixture for children. The longevity of the series can be credited to the freshness of its message and the characters' relationships, still touching and fun after all this time, without being too sappy.
Winnie the Pooh, the first animated feature film in 35 years with the bear as the lead, follows the lovable stuffed animals as they search for the lost tail of Eeyore, the ever-depressed donkey.
But that journey turns into a frantic quest to find Christopher Robin, the child who owns and adores them and whom they believe to be captured. Pooh and Tigger (both voiced by the versatile Jim Cummings) along with Piglet and the others attempt to save their owner from the "Backson" - an ominous-sounding monster born, it turns out, not from the dark forest that they fear, but from their comical inability to read well.