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· #Paddington(English/LiveActionAnimation) Rating: * * * Children's favorite Paddington Bear gets the big-screen treatment in this fun family film adapted from Michael Bond's book series. Irresistibly charming #WarnerBros #HughBonneville #SallyHawkins #NicoleKidman #PaulKing
English Film review
A fun family excursion!
Cast: Jim Boradbent, Peter Capaldi, Ben Wishaw, Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters
Director: Paul King
Rating: * * *
Children's favorite Paddington Bear gets the big-screen treatment thanks to Warner Bros. Pictures in this family film adapted from Michael Bond's book series
A contemporary retro-period setting, an extended narrative add-on arc and a balanced narrative incorporating the spirit of the narrative from the original books make it a charming entreatment
The ursine orphan, Paddington (voiced by Ben Wishaw)leaves his home in darkest Peru and comes to London in the hope of a welcome. That’s what an explorer had once promised his aunt and uncle. Unfortunately for him the stiff upper-lip doesn’t show him much consideration. It takes a family returning from a holiday, the wife(Sally Hawkins), especially, to feel some sympathy and give him a bed for the night.
But Paddington is a fish out-of-water and ends-up messing up the home, quite unwittingly. So you get the full treatment of impromptu ‘Home Alone’ antics minus the planning. And it’s quite hilarious what he gets up to!
Michael Bond’s lovable creation is revered by many a young one. His books are bestsellers and there’s been quite a few attempts to put him out there on TV and cinemas. Most of them have been middling to indifferent experiences. This one though is distinguished by it’s charming narrative. The atmosphere is playful. Even though the man of the house(Hugh Bonneville) is grumpy and overly protective of his family, he never comes off as evil. Machiavelli is represented by Nicole Kidman’s character. She is the determined daughter of the now deceased explorer and she craves the Ursine’s hide as a class exhibit for her museum. She’s a sort of Cruella De Ville looking to snuff out Paddington just so she can have him as a distinguished trophy. The CGI is beautifully done. Paddington looks loveable and cuddly and is designed to endear.