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Though my teenage boys refused to join us, my wife wanted to go see Paddington Bear II. What I saw was cute, but I slept through most of it. The things we do for love. <shrug>




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My Mom wants to see this.



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Taking the daughter tomorrow. Should I sit in the balcony, or the floor (with beer)?

Eh, it’ll be no beer either way.

ETA: we enjoyed Peter Rabbit.
 
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Now on the list with Death Wish, Darkest Hour, and 12 Strong.

Here is PB dancing to Gene Kelly's Singing in the Rain.

https://youtu.be/kHg6QjhvsCM

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I enjoyed it, as did the daughter. They really did well with animating the bear (FX-wise).

And I had pizza, she had root beer, and we both had popcorn.

I liked it enough that I will find Paddington 1 on Amazon, Netflix, or On-Demand. For me.
 
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