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2018 Movie Preview: Mary Poppins Returns

It has been 53 years since Mary Poppins first burst across the big screen with her no-nonsense optimism, magical carpet bag and a spoonful of sugar. 579 more words

Film Discussion

Paddington 2 Review

Is there any better way to spend your Saturday evening than to go see Paddington? The extraordinary bear, created in 1971 by Michael Bond, has become one of the most prominent figures in British pop culture; it is not only a toy and a print motif, but also the central character of many films. 504 more words


Movie Review – 'Paddington 2'

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Back in December 2015, I had the movie ‘Paddington’ on DVD for Christmas from my parents! 312 more words


B007 Ep 131 - Good Time - Mudbound - Murder On The Orient Express - Paddington 2

Bina007 reviews two of this week’s new UK releases – the indie crime thriller Good Time (2m45) and the Mississippi set racial drama Mudbound (8m15) – as well as two major films that are still playing – Murder On The Orient Express (16m30) – and Paddington 2 (25m15). 55 more words


Paddington 2 (2017): Little Bear's Adventure that will Warm Your Heart

Directed by: Paul King | Produced by: David Heyman | Written by: Paul King, Simon Farnaby | Starring: Ben Whishaw, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Brendan Gleeson, Hugh Grant | Music by: Dario Marianelli | Cinematography: Erik Wilson | Edited by: Mark Everson, Jonathan Amos | Production Companies: Heyday Films, Studio Canal | Distributed by: Studio Canal…

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My Review

Paddington 2 (2017) - Review

The trailer for the first Paddington (2014), looked like everything wrong with modern family films. Taking a beloved literary character and turning him into nothing more than a bumbling buffoon in an unnecessarily slapstick comedy, entirely played for laughs, whilst losing all the charm and warmth of the character. 541 more words

The Good

Paddington 2 - Film Review

It’s quite comforting to know that in this world we live in where every sequel seems to feature more CGI, more attempts at shared cinematic universes and generally “more bang for your buck”, the Paddington franchise is contempt with keeping things exactly the same and very simple. 826 more words

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