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Paddington Review

A DELIGHTFUL BEAR OF A TALE

Paddington Bear. First appearing in 1958 and written Michael Bond, the world has fallen in love with this classic piece of children’s literature, following the misadventures of a polite and loveable anthropomorphized bear in the human world. 947 more words

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Review: Paddington

Paddington (2015)

Director: Paul King

Writers: Paul King and Hamish McColl

Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Nicole Kidman, and Ben Whishaw… 786 more words

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The Thing About Paddington

There’s a moment in the film Paddington that you should recognize from your typical modern family film. You should recognize it, but it’s not quite what you’re used to. 589 more words

Film

"Paddington" Review

Premise: A young bear named Paddington (Ben Whishaw) moves to London after his home is destroyed and is adopted by the Brown family (led by Hugh Bonneville and Sally Hawkins) and must adjust to life in a strange new land. 562 more words

THE BEARABLE LIGHTNESS OF BEING: Paddington

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Paddington

Really?? Really? This is a terrible adaptation of my childhood. In some ways, it was cute. Paddington was fun. But the introduction  into English life was unbelievable. 160 more words

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Parental Guidance Suggestion: Paddington

Paddington (2014)

Synopsis: A fish bear out of water jungle tale based on the beloved Michael Bond series of a very friendly talking bear from Peru who often gets into hilarious antics and shenanigans as he attempts to conform to modern English life. 584 more words

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