Your Company

Paddington 2

✭ ✭ ✭ ✭   Read critic reviews

United Kingdom, France, United States · 2017
Rated PG · 1h 44m
Director Paul King
Starring Ben Whishaw, Michael Gambon, Imelda Staunton, Hugh Bonneville
Genre Adventure, Comedy, Family

Paddington, now happily settled with the Browns, picks up a series of odd jobs to buy the perfect present for his Aunt Lucy. But when his present is stolen, he and the Browns must catch the thief before Paddington himself is punished for the crime.

Stream Paddington 2

What are people saying?

Elsa Bauerdick Profile picture for Elsa Bauerdick

This movie is so wonderful. It has an interesting storyline, a great message, and best of all a talking bear. A wonderful kids movie that won't be boring for the parents.

Cyrus Berger Profile picture for Cyrus Berger

This movie is incredibly charming. Paddington is such a sweet character, and the entire movie is delightful to watch. There are so many great, funny moments, and I could watch this again and again and never get tired of it.

Summer Goldstein Profile picture for Summer Goldstein

I was so delighted to revisit this world and these characters in this lovely sequel. This film’s ability to blend an incredible amount of charm and fun with genuine, heartfelt emotion is no small feat.

What are critics saying?


TheWrap by

Paddington 2 is a sure-footed, sweet-natured family comedy which isn’t set at Christmas, but which glows with so much warmth and fun that it might well be a staple of festive television for years to come.


Variety by Guy Lodge

Paddington 2 is another near-pawfect family entertainment, honoring the cozy, can-do spirit of Bond’s stories while bringing them smoothly into a bustling, diverse 21st-century London — with space for some light anti-Brexit subtext to boot.


CineVue by Joe Walsh

The first Paddington was a joyful and somewhat unexpected treat, and the sequel is no different.


Empire by Olly Richards

Paddington 2 is every bit as enchanting as the first, perhaps even more so, but it feels arbitrary to pick a winner. The film is a pure delight, as sweet and sharp as, well, marmalade, really.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

The film is pitched with insouciant ease and a lightness of touch at both children and adults without any self-conscious shifts in irony or tone: it’s humour with the citrus tang of top-quality thick-cut marmalade.


Screen International by Wendy Ide

An exemplary sequel, the film retains the innocence and beguiling lack of cynicism of the first film, but moves on to explore other motifs

Users who liked this film also liked