I can agree with that, but I think the places it goes with that as a jumping off point are fun and interesting without feeling like retreads. And even before that, I imagine, we see Pooh looking for honey. Just feel like that's how this world works. I am not overly familiar with the Piglet movie(s?), nor have I watched any of the Tigger and Pooh show on Playhouse Disney, so I'm not sure how familiar new audiences, which I reckon is mostly what this film is concerned with hooking considering the movie's brevity, are with this story line, but it's a valid criticism. I like to think of this film, and I reckon Pooh in general, as a children's version of "The Aristocrats" in that sense though, with the beginning and the end fairly fixed while the middle is where the ingenuity will be found.