In the what-are-the-odds department, two movies open this week about creators of beloved 20th-century characters, Wonder Woman and Winnie the Pooh, and both are extremely good. Forced into a choice, give the little bear and "Goodbye Christopher Robin" the edge over "Professor Marston & the Wonder Women."



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