Paddington 2: Our Thoughts and Official Trailer

We love spending time together as a family, especially while watching a movie that everyone enjoys. 

As you may have noticed in our social media channels, we watched Paddington 2 this weekend. We liked the first Paddington movie, so we couldn’t wait to see the next one and check out what our furry friend got up to. 

It was lovely to see that Paddington is now settled with the Brown family and he has become a popular member of the community in Windsor Gardens. He is very helpful and kind to everyone, showing children exactly how they should be when speaking to one another.

Paddington’s new adventure starts when he needs to find a present for his auntie. However he is not after any present, it must be special gift as Aunt Lucy will be 100 years old, so he wanted to mark the occasion. As her dream was to go to London, Paddington found a perfect pop-up book about London, which she would certainly enjoy and treasure.

Determined to give his auntie the gift that she deserved, Paddington started working in the neighbourhood to raise the funds for the book. While he was planning on buying the gift from Mr Gruber’s antique shop, the book suddenly disappeared and his dreams were shattered in an instant. 

We all loved following Paddington’s adventures and giggled out loud along the way. The movie is very funny and kept us entertained the whole time. Hugh Grant’s character, Phoenix Buchanan is hilarious, and it is one of my favourite performances to date.

Featuring an all-star returning cast of Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Madeleine Harris and Samuel Joslin with Ben Whishaw as the voice of Paddington and Imelda Staunton as Aunt Lucy, and joined by new cast members Hugh Grant and Brendan Gleeson, Paddington will be released in UK cinemas on 10th November 2017.

Watch the official trailer below:

I was under no obligation to write this post, just wanted to share our experience. The opinions expressed in this post are honest and my own.

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