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Britain’s favourite bear returns for another adventure. Porridge rather than marmalade looks set to be Paddington's new staple after he's framed for a robbery, unless the Brown family can help solve the mystery.
Children's 2017 103 mins
Director: Paul King
It’s a welcome return for Paddington, now firmly ensconced with the Brown family and a popular figure among the local community. When a valuable book is stolen from Mr Gruber’s shop, all paws point to our favourite bear, and with a trip to prison on the cards the Browns must club together to solve the mystery.
Famously bestowed as the 'best reviewed film ever' after its record-breaking '100% Fresh' run on review-aggregating website Rotten Tomatoes, Paddington 2 reaffirms the potency of its winning formula; once again providing a memorable mix of family fun, gamely reliable British talent and vividly colourful visuals.
- Paul King
- Hugh BonnevilleSally HawkinsBrendan GleesonBen Whishaw
- mild threat
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