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Paddington 2

Paddington 2
Paddington 2




103 minutes


Animation, Comedy, Family



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Following the mayhem and excitement of arriving in London from Peru, Paddington is now happily settled in with the Brown family. Looking to save up some money to buy his Aunt Lucy a birthday present, he gets various jobs in and around the local area. Opting to buy her a pop-up book of London, Paddington doesn’t know that a secret treasure map is hidden inside. When the book is stolen, it’s up to Paddington and his family to try and track down the thief, but little does he know, Paddington is being framed for the crime himself! Finding everyone’s favourite marmalade-loving bear stuck in jail, the community rally round to campaign for his release.

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Mild threat.

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