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FILM STARTS AT 7:45PM. DOORS AND BAR OPEN 7:00PM.
Runtime: 1hr 43min || Cert: PG
Family, Animation, Adventure, Comedy
Wonderfully British in all its charm and wit. Easily the best comedy of 2017 (in our opinion). In fact if you go by ‘Rotten Tomatoes’, Paddington 2 is the best reviewed film ever, with the most positive movie critic reviews and not one single bad review.
This is the kind of film that kids (and adults) deserve more of, it’s joyous, charming, clever, funny, bursting with energy and utterly heart-warming. This Christmas get everyone together, bring your favourite bears and join us to celebrate the festive season with the famous furry little fella for more laughs, mayhem and… marmalade.
“This bearish sequel will leave you with a heart so warmed, you could trek across the Antarctic in shorts.” – Helen O’Hara, Time Out
“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.” – Olly Richards, Empire
“It’s beyond playful. Wonderful and whimsical, for that matter. Fun to look at and completely immersive. It’s hilarious, heartfelt, and humane, as well.” – Blake Goble, Consequence of Sound
“Paddington’s ability to positively impact people is so profound that it can’t help but stretch out towards the audience, too. We may know that being kind and polite doesn’t always set the world right, but damn if that little bear doesn’t make you want to try.” – Kate Erbland, IndieWire
Directed by: Paul King
Produced by: David Heyman
Written by: Paul King, Simon Farnaby
Starring: Hugh Bonneville, Sally Hawkins, Brendan Gleeson, Julie Walters, Jim Broadbent, Peter Capaldi, Hugh Grant, Ben Whishaw
Music by: Dario Marianelli
Cinematography: Erik Wilson
Edited by: Jonathan Amos, Mark Everson
Country: UK, France
Tickets available online (http://bit.ly/fip-booknow), or from Celtic Gold (Peel), Shakti Man (Ramsey) and Thompson Travel (Port Erin) or on the door (unless sold out).
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