Action / Adventure / Animation / Comedy / Family / Fantasy

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 98%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 83%
IMDb Rating 7.2 10 76124


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Ben Whishaw as Paddington
Nicole Kidman as Millicent
Peter Capaldi as Mr Curry
Julie Walters as Mrs Bird
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751.94 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 35 min
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1hr 35 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Hannah 9 / 10

Charming Family Film

Theres One Thing For Sure Paddington Is A Great Story By A Wonderful Author. The Film Does Not Fail To Uphold The Standard Of The Book. The Film Has A Great, Strong Cast. The Film Has The Right Balance Of Humour, Charm, And Dramatic Momments. Whilst The Overall Plot Is Predictable, It Is Still Very Enjoyable, And Is A Good Two Hours Of Entertainment. I Recommend This Film To Anyone. I Wasnt Dissapointed By This Film. Very Good Right The Way Through, And It Is Sure To Leave You Smiling At The End.

Reviewed by kluseba 8 / 10

Bears are the better human beings

Usually, I'm not a very nostalgic person and I'm certainly not a person who watches Dinsey films as an adult. However, Michael Bond's Paddington has always fascinated me since my early childhood. The idea of an innoent bear from darkest Peru integrating into British society has intrigued me much. The novels have a lot of creativity and soul as they offer beautiful life experiences and valuable morals. Since I have always loved animals, it wasn't a surprise that I was always rooting for the sympathetic young bear.

In many cases, live-action or CGI animated movies fail to capture the essence of the novels they were inspired by. To my very positive surprise, this is an entirely different thing for this particular movie. The animated bear looks splendid and the actresses and actors around him do a very credible job, making us believe that the young bear is truly around them. Paddington doesn't look out of place in contemporary London and actively interacts with his diversified surroundings.

The story is nicely crafted as well. It tells us the sad yet hopeful background story of the charming young bear in a concise way. We then explore how the bear finds a new home, new friends and new experiences in London. There are many humorous scenes that put a constant smile upon your face such as Paddington taking a bath in a very chaotic way. Despite creating so much chaos, the young bear changes people around him in a very positive way. On the other side, the movie also has a dramatic side as Paddington is trying to find out more about his origins and comes across a pitiless taxidermist who stuffs exotic animals. The mixture of light-hearted comedy, gripping drama and surprisingly humane life lessons from a young bear is absolutely splendid.

As someone who isn't nostalgic, I was truly moved by this film and enjoyed it from start to finish. The makers of this movie have managed to recapture the magic of the novels and bring them onto screen. Paddington is a very rewarding experience for younger and older viewers. If you aren't familiar with Paddington at all, you have missed out on something and discovering this fascinating franchise will change your mind about children's literature. In times, when cinemas are flooded with gruesome Battle Royale copies, it's refreshing to go back to such a classic franchise with a pure message. Watching this movie will make you feel like an innocent child again. Bears are the better human beings.

Reviewed by travis_laramee 7 / 10

Great movie i had no expectations for.

When i saw the poster for this i thought i would not watch it but today i have and my gosh did i like it . Its your run of the mill new person trying to find a place where they belong kind of like Stuart little but it is very well done.' I find that it was a very funny movie there was good jokes in it which is good with me. Honestly i went in to this movie excepting nothing and got a lot of smiles and laughs and isn't that what we need in our life. Great movie.

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