Paddington is absolutely, positively delightful.
Paddington is a wonder: warm, gentle, well-acted, funny without being stupid.
Paddington...comes off as a charming character. The kind of character that children around the world have fallen in love with...But even with all the bear's charm, a plodding pace and a questionable plotline leave the film version less desirable to watch.
A respectable screen version of Michael Bond's classic children's books.
It manages to be both old-fashioned and high-tech. It remains faithful to the character's roots while also placing him firmly within a contemporary setting. It's charmingly funny and shamelessly punny.
Find yourself a small child and go - but be sure to stop for tea and biscuits after.
This is not only a dandy, playful movie about a talking bear, but one that gives pause for thought, too.
'Paddington' is an absolute delight, visually inventive, thoroughly goofy and goosed by a mix of dry British wit and pratfall shenanigans.
A charming, witty, gentle mix of live action and CGI that will delight children and parents.