At a suitably short 63 minutes, 2011’s Winnie the Pooh is probably the most overlooked hit of the year. This brand new adventure in the Hundred Acre Woods is fresh, creative and packed with lots of unexpectedly clever gags. The animation is top-notch, and it’s not even the 3D high-tech mojo you see in say, the Shrek films. I guess sometimes you need to slow down and rethink what really makes a good family movie. With Winnie the Pooh, you are getting a story which feels organic and keeps you interested to know what’s going to happen next. Winnie the Pooh is far from ground-breaking, but its simplicity and genuineness made me smile.