December 4th, 2017By Preston Wilder
Consider the many tightropes Paddington 2 has to walk. It has to please kids (of course) but also, like its much-liked predecessor from 2014, it wants to be a film that adults can enjoy unironically. It needs to appeal to a global audience but must also be as pointedly British as possible, given the iconic status of...
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