Paddington is a sublime piece of work, a polite, kind, full-hearted comedy adventure starring an animated character who lives on the screen, and in our joyous, boundless imaginations. You couldn't ask for a better family experience this holiday.
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Mockingjay Part One has faults, but ultimately it is so well handled that come the satisfying end of the film you can't think of it purely in terms of a financial choice to split the book up. The story is balanced, cleverly building to the height of tension, crafting the characters and world perfectly, with a script full of ingenious touches and concepts, and Lawrence's direction is utterly sublime.
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It is now forgivable to allow X-Men Origins: Wolverine to exist, kind of, because Days Of Future Past makes up for every indiscretion in the franchise thus far.
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