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Paddington 2 (2017)

Paddington 2 (2017)


Hugh Bonneville
Sally Hawkins
Hugh Grant
Ben Whishaw as Paddington

Directed by Paul King

After Paddington is convicted and sent to jail the movie starts to test you, the test is how hard can you hold yourself from falling while laughing as Paddington clumsy his way through prison.
We see him adjust with some help and transform the prison using his regular Aunt Lucy teachings to make everyone a little nicer.

Paddington 2 is a live-action/CGI animated comedy film and it is full of the same characters from the first movie [Paddington (2014)] and some new additions many of whom you will love to see, one of which was Hugh Grant and his character was very much enjoyable.
Here, Aunt Lucy is going to be a hundred (100) years old and Paddington wants to get her a present and he has his eyes set on a unique pop-up book of London in Mr. Gruber's antique shop. The reason he wants this is because Aunt Lucy has always wanted to visit London, so he wanted to take London to her. The price for the book is much expensive than Paddington could spare, and he had to get odd jobs to raise money for the book.

On his way home one evening after being busy working through the day, he made a detour to the antique shop to look at the book through the window, when he spots a thief breaking into the shop. Paddington of course goes after the thief, but in doing so he too had to get into the shop and out chasing the thief who latter evaded him.
The whole incident triggered the alarm and alerted the police, but Paddington was the only person standing there. He told them he was innocent and mentioned the thief he saw, but his paw prints and marmalade stains were the only evidence at the scene and was all they needed to put poor Paddington away.

The Brown’s believed Paddington and took on the task of trying to locate the criminal, the only challenge the faced was he happens to be a master of disguises.

The Paddington films are fun family movies set in a fictional world where an anthropomorphic bear migrates from the jungles of darkest Peru to the streets of London. The movie is based on the stories of the character Paddington, from a children's book of the same name created by Michael Bond.

I will advise you to take the whole family out to go see this movie and Mr. Curry played by our beloved twelfth Doctor, Peter Capaldi (of the Doctor Who series) is still available to hate on Paddington and drive the whole community together to go save and clear his name.


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