A Hard Stare at Paddington 3

Studiocanal representatives have confirmed that a new Paddington film is in the works (”active development” is the term, as reported by Variety). To say we’re tickled the brightest shade of shrimp is an understatement. Michael Bond’s bear has a firm place in Letterboxd hearts: Paddington 2 was the second highest rated action/adventure film and third highest rated comedy of the 2010s.

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Little Fish is truly special, winning me over from its very first sequence and leaving me on the edge of my seat till its last gut punch. There's no doubt this film would have left a lingering feeling under ordinary circumstances. However, debuting during a pandemic adds a layer of poignancy to this story of a worldwide virus that causes memory loss, creating loneliness and isolation for both its victims and their loved ones, that it’s hard not to link…

Siri, show me some images I haven't seen before.

at the forty-six minute mark of this film, zendaya asks weakly, "are you done?" and john david washington sighs and replies, "not even fucking close." i looked at the run time and saw that i had an entire hour left of this film and i thought to myself... wow. art does imitate life.

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To hell with the patriarchy and the machismo!

We support the sisterhood!
We support the feminists!
We are all for equity!

Phenomenal story, made me gasp, made me shed a tear, made me proud. Well deserving of all the Sundance prizes it took home. ❤️

I was folding laundry when I started this movie… As it would turn out this is not the type of movie you fold laundry to. If I had truly wanted to get some chores done I perhaps should have turned on another film. Sonic The Hedgehog, maybe. Or the Tomb Raider remake from a couple of years ago. I have yet to see Galaxy Quest but that strikes me a perfectly capable film to have on in the background while…