Paddington 2

Paddington 2

Paddington 2

The sequel to 2014's hit Paddington. Original cast members Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins return alongside newcomers Hugh Grant and Brendan Gleeson. When Paddington is thrown in prison, it's up to his adoptive family, the Browns, to find the real criminal and clear the bear's name.

2017Rating: G, Very mild themes and violence103 minsUK, France
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Paddington 2 / Reviews

Flicks, Sarah Voon

Flicks, Sarah Voon

If you prefer your family friendly films with plenty of laughs, delightful characters and a snappy pace, you absolutely will not be disappointed with this second installment of adventures about the little brown bear from deepest Peru.

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Variety

Variety

Another near-pawfect family entertainment, honuoring the cozy, can-do spirit of Bond's stories while bringing them smoothly into a bustling, diverse 21st-century London - with space for some light anti-Brexit subtext to boot.

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Time Out

Time Out

A family adventure that's the right sort of heartwarming, delivering real human emotion through the medium of a small bear.

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The Times

The Times

It might just be the quirkiest, most quintessentially British film phenomenon of the decade.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

The film is pitched with insouciant ease and a lightness of touch at both children and adults without any self-conscious shifts in irony or tone: it's humour with the citrus tang of top-quality thick-cut marmalade.

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Stuff

Stuff

This film is a little ripper that put a smile on my face that – hours after the screening – is showing no signs of fading.

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Screen Daily

Screen Daily

Paddington 2 is as irresistible as the dessert trolley our hero pilots, and as sweet as the marmalade that perpetually clags his fur.

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

Effortlessly great, immensely satisfying.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

Paddington 2 won't save the world, sadly, but it's existence makes everything just that tiny bit better and more, well, bearable.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Paddington 2 should be prescribed as an antidote to anyone who finds the madness of the modern world a bit wearing. It's probably possible to not absolutely love it, but it's hard to see how.

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