Paddington

Paddington
Paddington

Year

2014

Duration

91 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Family

Language

English

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Synopsis

An accident-prone bear from deepest Peru arrives in London searching for a home, but finds himself lost and lonely at Paddington station. However he quickly meets the Brown family, who take him in, having read the label around his neck – “Please look after this bear”. This heartwarming film is packed with an all-star British cast, with Nicole Kidman on hand to lend pantomime villainy as a wicked taxidermist. Showcasing the modern city at its diverse, multicultural best, there are thoughtful messages around being kind to strangers and helping everybody to fit in sprinkled in amongst the fun. A charming family film to watch while munching on marmalade sandwiches.

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Contains dangerous behaviour, mild threat, mild innuendo and infrequent mild bad language

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