Tag Archives: Hugh Bonneville

Downton Abbey (2019) Review

A LAVISHING CINEMATIC ENDEAVOR For the first half of the 2010s, the television show Downton Abbey served as a hallmark achievement in dramatic TV series that gain popularity and acclaim from both critics and viewers. Created by Julian Fellowes, the series, set in the fictional Yorkshire country estate of Downtown Abbey between 1912 to 1926, depicts the lives of the

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Paddington 2 (2018) Review

IF WE’RE KIND AND POLITE, THE WORLD WILL BE RIGHT   Back at the beginning of 2015, during the same January opening weekend that Kevin Hart’s comedy film Wedding Ringer and Bradley Cooper’s bio-pic drama American Sniper were released, a little and polite bear made his first big-screen debut with the movie Paddington. First released in November of 2014 in

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Paddington Review

A DELIGHTFUL BEAR OF A TALE Paddington Bear. First appearing in 1958 and written Michael Bond, the world has fallen in love with this classic piece of children’s literature, following the misadventures of a polite and loveable anthropomorphized bear in the human world. The books themselves (more than twenty books written by Bond) have sold over thirty million copies worldwide

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