What if all of this year’s Oscar Movies were acted out by the characters of Children’s story book?
More often than not, many people including artists and filmmakers have often used Disney characters when they want to create parody or cause satirical effects on any existing piece of work. In such remakes, it always follows sense that Disney princesses are used when remaking things that are generally cute. On the other hand, other Disney characters can be used in remaking various characters, depending on the message that the remake should be conveying to the audience.
Even with all that, one Disney character that has always been overlooked in terms of filmic satire and parody is Pooh Bear, and particularly Winnie-the-Pooh. While being overlooked can be so annoying, Winnie-the-Pooh has been very patient. He is eventually having quite a big field day, thanks to one creative film blogger from Warsaw, Poland.
As with every other thing that often trends online, Pooh Bear’s lucky charm started when one twitter user, @dilsexia, brilliantly poked fun at 2016 Oscar-nominated movie, The Revenant, which starred Hollywood bigwig Leonardo DiCaprio. The creative tweet targeted an infamous scene in the movie where DiCaprio is involved in a fierce tussle with a huge bear. However, the tweet remade the scene by posting a funny picture of Pooh attacking Christopher Robin.
The Revenant pic.twitter.com/2RRCpAA2yj
— Daniel (@dilsexia) January 26, 2016
This funny tweet understandably turned out to be the perfect inspiration that film blogger; Dawid Adamek from Warsaw, Poland was unknowingly looking for. With the idea now at his fingertips, Dawid decided to remake his own version of Winnie-the-Pooh for virtually all the 2016 Oscar-nominated movies. To make the remakes even more hilarious and mind-bending, Dawid also included other Pooh Bear characters such as Kanga, Tigger, Piglet, Rabbit, Roo and Eeyore.
Looking at these Winnie-the-Pooh posters for 2016 Oscar-nominated movies, you cannot fail to marvel at Dawid’s creativity. Which of the movies can you choose as the winner of the Winnie-the-Pooh award? Are they hilarious? Have your say.