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This film tells the story of the comic misadventures of a young Peruvian bear who travels to the city in search of a home. Finding himself lost and alone, he begins to realize that city life is not all he had imagined - until he meets the kindly Brown family who read the label around his neck that says "Please look after this bear. Thank you," and offer him a temporary haven. It looks as though his luck has changed until this rarest of bears catches the eye of a museum taxidermist.


  • Tim Downie
  • Madeleine Worrall
  • Lottie Steer
  • Geoffrey Palmer
  • Theresa Watson
  • Imelda Staunton
  • Michael Gambon
  • Ben Whishaw
  • Hugh Bonneville
  • Sally Hawkins

Did You Know?


  • Hugh Laurie was rumored to voice Paddington Bear.
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  • Paddington rips the corner off a phone book page. After attempting to sellotape the corner back on, a few seconds later the page is intact with no sign of rip or sellotape.
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    • Aunt Lucy: You once, there was once a war in the explorer's country. People in England sent their children by train with labels around their necks, so they could be taken care of by complete strangers in the country side where it was safe. They will not have forgotten how to treat strangers.
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Jan 15, 2015

There are plenty of laughs — and nothing that goes over a kid’s head to an adult funny bone is smutty or smarmy — and the sentiment never feels strained or artificial.

Metacritic review by Alonso Duralde
Alonso Duralde
Jan 15, 2015

The filmmakers behind Paddington successfully bring the lovable bear into the future and strike a balance between honoring the spirit of the original books and updating the story for today’s young audiences. This is a charming film whose underlying message of tolerance and acceptance strikes a palpable chord in today’s world — both for children and adults.

Metacritic review by Mary Houlihan
Mary Houlihan
Chicago Sun-Times
Nov 19, 2014

It’s a relief to report that the final film is actually quite charming, thoughtful and as cuddly as a plush toy, albeit one with a few modern gizmos thrown in.

Metacritic review by Leslie Felperin
Leslie Felperin
The Hollywood Reporter