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Paddington 2: A Story about Kindness and Friendship

We attended a screening as a guest of the studio

From the first moment I watched Paddington, I fell in love with the tiny little bear cub. I absolutely love cute animals (who doesn’t?!?), and Paddington was that, plus he has a great story to tell. From the story to the characters there was nothing you couldn’t love about the cute, kind, and not to mention fluffy bear. When I saw the first commercial for Paddington 2, I was beyond excited to see the film.

The first Paddington has my heart, and I didn’t think it could get much better, but it did. The heartwarming story of Paddington and all of the crazy adventures he goes on could keep me entertained for days on end. Paddington has now become my new role model because he always looks for the good in others no matter what and that is a fantastic quality to have.

One of my favorite things about Paddington 2 is all of the friends Paddington makes on his journey. He meets some people who others didn’t think were very nice, but he brings out the kindness in everybody, and that is my favorite message of the film. He makes friends with nearly everyone he meets, and that is an excellent trait that some people in this world need to look upon more often.

Paddington endures some rough times throughout the movie, but he gets through it with the help of family and friends, and that is why this film is so important to see. I walked away with more than just a cute story from watching this movie, and I think every family in the world needs to see this film to remind them that kindness is always the way to go.

Paddington 2 will be in theaters on January 12th so don’t miss taking your family, friends, or children to see this excellent movie!

Ella is the OC Mom Blog teen blogger. She is an integrated arts student at the Orange County School of the Arts by day, and a fashionista by night. She loves baking, teddy bears and nice people. Read her column here
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