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Family/Animated Week: Paddington (2014) **REVIEW**

I always wanted to see this film so when it got released on DVD I just couldn’t resist.

Paddington is a little bear from Peru and one day a huge earthquake ruins his and his aunts and uncles home and his uncle didn’t survive the earthquake. So Paddingtons aunt takes him to a boat and tells him to go to London. 40 years ago an explorer came to Peru and told the bears about London and told them they are welcome at anytime. Bare in mind – these bears aren’t like any other bears. They can speak and acts very much like humans.

When Paddington arrives to London a family of four sees him, the father thinks he’s a salesman but the mother and the children take liking to him. And it’s here where the adventure starts. They help him to find the explorer while he stays and their place. And of course, the father is not liking that idea very much and thinks everything is a risk and you have to be careful.

The film is absolutely the cutest thing ever coming out of British Films. You see big starts in the film as Nicole Kidman, Hugh Bonneville and Julie Walters. Totally recommended to watch on a rainy day and any person in your family, at any age will LOVE this film.

You see actors like Hugh Bonneville, Nicole Kidman, Julie Walters, Samuel Joslin, Ben Whishaw, Imelda Staunton, Michael Gambon and Sally Hawkins.



Brave **REVIEW**

I know I been away – been taking a little PC break but I been watching movies so I’ll be updating and my first one after a while will be the movie “Brave”

It takes place in Scotland, with genuineĀ  accent too which I LOVED. Gave the movie an extra edge. Brave is an animated movie from Pixar and it’s so sweet. Princess Merida isn’t like any other princesses, she’s more of a tomboy. It takes place around dark ages era – maybe earlier. She likes to climb, ride horse like a man and shoot bow & arrow and she’s pretty good. But her mother wants Merida to be more of a princess and learn how to act like one and preparing her to become a queen. Because suitors are coming to the castle to ask for her hand in marriage. Which Merida doesn’t want and she does anything, and I mean anything, to stop it. Even accidentally walk into a witch’s house and wants a potion to change her mother.. Now, what Merida doesn’t know is you have to be careful what you wish for.. And Merida does something that will change her mother – literally.

The movie itself is really fun and something to enjoy for the entire family. Yes, it animated BUT due to the story I would say children from age 5/6/7 and up.

Voice actors: Kelly Macdonald, Billy Connolly, Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Robbie Coltrane, Craig Ferguson and many more.


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