Part of the AHVDCCU (Audrey Hepburn Vs. Demonic Child Cinematic Universe). Maybe I don't want to have kids...
After the disappointment that was Temple of Doom, this was an immense step up in every way. The story is engaging, the script sharply written, and the performances were so much better compared to its predecessor in every way. A really well done, enjoyable film, this.
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I'm sure this was not at all an uncommon reaction, but initially, after seeing this, I was really confused. After reading up on this, and reading/listening to various people's interpretations of what the movie meant, I'm still confused, but less so, because I feel I have a rudimentary understanding of what the film was going for.
And because of that understanding, I feel reasonably confident in saying that I liked it. Definitely a unique and worthwhile experience, and one that…
So, so charming, delightful, and full of heart. A lovely story, soundtrack, and cinematography. Paddington is the cutest fictional character ever created, and the conclusion really warms the heart.
Hugh Grant continues to show an impressive amount of skill and range for a profession he feels no respect for.