• Welcome to the Angry Joe Show Army!

    Join our community of gamers passionate about our community and our hobby! Whether it's playing, discussing, or watching games, regardless of platform, genre, or location, we have a place for you, always!

  • PS4 Forum

    The AJSA Playstation 4 Division: Game Nights and More!

    The AJSA is on Playstation 4! Join us for weekly Game Nights with a selection of the best games the PS4 has to offer!

  • XBO Forum

    The AJSA Xbox One Division: We Got You Covered!

    The AJSA Xbox One Division is ready to connect with you on XBox Live with a ton of events for the best Xbox games!

  • News Archive

    The Best News from the Best Sites, Every Week.

    The AJSA News Collection Team is hard at work condensing a week's worth of news into one giant-sze digest for you to chew on and discuss! Links to source articles are always provided!

  • More Info

    The AJSA Expeditionary Force: Deploying to Play the Best PC Games!

    The elite vanguard of the AJSA, the Expeditionary Force (EF) chooses a new PC game every week! Join us for weekly events and help decide if the game has a future in the AJSA.

  • The Team

    Streaming Now: The AJSA Stream Team

    Joe can't stream every game, but our talented AJSA Stream Team covers a wide variety of games and personalities! Check them out, and show them some AJSA Love!

  • The Tube

    The AJSA Community YouTube Channel

    Featuring news, gameplay clips, and more from the community! The Community is a chance to showcase the best moments in AJSA Gaming!

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'paddington'.

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


  • AJSA Community Central
    • AJSA Rules & Policies
    • Introduce Yourself
    • This Week In Gaming
    • General Discussion
    • Community Content
    • Official/Unofficial Game Support
    • Crowdfunding Campaigns
  • Platform Gaming Central
    • PC Gaming
    • PlayStation 4 & Vita
    • Xbox One
    • Nintendo
    • Last Gens
  • Genre Gaming Central
    • First Person Shooter Games
    • Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games
    • Multiplayer Online Battle Arena Games
    • Role Playing Games
    • Strategy Games
    • Other Games
  • Board & Role-Playing Games Central
    • Board/Card/Miniature Gaming
    • Role-Playing Games Corner
  • Donations
    • Donations
  • Archive
    • Archives


  • Articles
    • Forum Integration
    • Frontpage
  • Pages
  • Miscellaneous
    • Databases
    • Templates
    • Media


  • Community Calendar

Found 1 result

  1. I just saw Paddington 2. Such a shame that I missed this film in 2017, because this film is the best film of that year. Well, Logan comes close though! This film is the sequel to the first Paddington film which is based on a popular kids book. The first film from 2014 is also surprisingly good with Nicole Kidman playing a hilariously over the top taxidermist, the 12th Doctor from Doctor Who playing an annoying neighbour that doesn't like Paddington, and the lady from Shape of Water playing the mother in the Brown family. Then she makes love with a fishman....... quite the acting range there! The second film takes place sometime after the first. Now that Paddington has settled in London, with a stronger bond with his new family & neighbors except the twelfth doctor who's still an ass, Paddington wants to buy something for his aunt for her 100th birthday. Goddamn. The normal lifespan of a bear is usually 25 - 40 years, so his aunt is one tough bear! But what should he buy her? Why a one of a kind flipbook of London of course, since Paddington's aunt REALLY wants to see what London is all about. So begins Paddington's new quest to get her that book. And even more funny stuff + adorable things ensue. This is probably one of the very rare best happy films that I have seen. No jaded or messed up dark storyline, just a straightforward whimsical adventure of a kind socially awkward young bear changing the lives of everyone he meets with kindness, well manners, and optimism. Best part? None of it is cringeworthy. So many kids films + Disney esque films try to appeal to kids with their kids' friendly stuff and jokes that are hit and miss, even with some adult references thrown in which is quite naughty from time to time. Paddington 2's humor and charm somehow appeal to everyone, and it feels genuinely charming instead of "we're trying hard to make you care". There's a lot of scenes taking place in this prison, and the things that happen there are really damn funny, and even though NONE of it makes any sense, I don't care because it's so damn adorable & whimsical. THIS FILM MAKES PRISON LIFE ENJOYABLE FOR GOD'S SAKES! If prisoners actually live in a place this good, there's no point in leaving! The prison is allowed to have music played & the food menu looks so good, that it's better than a lot of cake shops + bakeries! Watch the film and find out what I mean for yourself. This film also has a surprisingly well done animation + seamless screen transition sequences. There's an imaginary sequence with Paddington taking his aunt around a paper cutout London which is so good, that I'm surprised Kingdom Hearts hasn't done this kind of sequence yet. And a lot of scenes where you follow Paddington and the whole scenery around him change seamlessly from one spot to the next. I can't show what I mean because it's spoilers, but you'll see what I mean in the film. All the acting are great, with a surprisingly hilarious part by Hugh Grant who plays the villain in this film. I didn't know Hugh Grant can be this damn funny! Usually, in the films he played, he's just a serious dude that's in love with the girl like in the Bridget Jones films. Here? He's an over the top master of disguise that talks to himself a lot and wants to be famous. And he plays a dog in a dog food commercial............ you can't make this shit up! As for the negative of this film.... there is none. And that is what surprises me. Usually I feel a cringe watching a kid's film, or groan a bit when a serious moment happen which is forced. But in this film? None of the bad things I expected from a kids film happen. This is a freaking excellent film that is fun for the whole family and watching it makes you feel warm and fuzzy inside, and can even make you want to phone your loved ones you haven't had the chance to call and say "I love you very much" to them. That..... That is what the world needs nowadays, just a simple but perfectly well done film that everyone can enjoy, and reminds them that happiness, kindness, and optimism is indeed the best thing in the world. And so I give this film the rating of "watch it, and have a big smile on your face afterward". 10 out of 10 with a badass seal of approval This is now one of my favorite family films to watch, right alongside Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Emperor's New Groove & Ratatouille. If you haven't watched this film, WATCH IT. You will feel like a kid again & maybe feel warm and fuzzy inside like me!