“Paddington” movie quotes bring the beloved children’s book character to life in a feature film. The family movie was directed by Paul King using a screenplay he and Hamish McColl adapted from the character created by Michael Bond. “Paddington” opened in theaters in the United Kingdom on November 29, 2014, then in the United States on January 16, 2015.
In “Paddington,” the young talking bear title character (voiced by Ben Whishaw) meets the Brown family in a London train station. Mother Mary (Sally Hawkins) sees a bear in need and invites him into their home for the night. While Paddington bonds with daughter Judy (Madeline Harris) and son Jonathan (Samuel Joslin), father Henry (Hugh Bonneville) is not keen on allowing a marmalade-loving live bear, talking or not, to stay in their home.
Paddington also attracts the eye of taxidermy enthusiast Millicent (Nicole Kidman) who thinks a cute little talking bear would make an excellent addition to her collection. Millicent, who later learns that she and Paddington have met before, tries to capture Paddington to stuff him, leaving Paddington with few options to remain safe. If only the Brown family, realizing how much they love him, would show up and rescue him before it’s too late.“Paddington” brings some family fun into theaters already packed with other films such as ”Into the Woods,” ”The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” ”Annie,” ”Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb."
What's the Worst That Could Happen?
Judy Brown: “You’ve literally just brought home a random bear.”
Mary Brown: “He’s much more similar than you think, besides, what’s the worst that could happen?”
Henry Brown: “Oh no!”
A Young Bear Who Needs Our Help
Henry Brown: “Stranger danger! Keep your eyes down. There’s some sort of bear.”
Mary Brown: “Hello there”
Henry Brown: “Mary!”
Mary Brown: “He’s a young bear who needs our help, Henry… It’s just one night.”
Hand Over the Bear
Millicent: “Hand over the bear!”
Mary Brown: “No”
Do Bears Even Have Names?
Henry Brown: “Do bears even have names?”
Paddington: “My name is…”
Mary Brown: “Perhaps you’d like an English name.”
Paddington: “An English name?”
Mary Brown: “Paddington!”
Jonathan Brown: “Paddington”