Paddington 2 Loses 100% Rotten Tomatoes Rating Thanks to Late Review To

Paddington is about to give someone a hard look.

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Paddington 2 lost its 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes as The Hollywood Reporter says the movie is like Citizen Kane, lost its perfect rating after receiving another bad rating years later. He’s just a good bear trying to find a nice present for his aunt and then he ends up in jail. It’s a perfect movie in our hearts.

The negative review that Paddington 2 lost its perfect Rotten Tomatoes score came from a critic for the Film Authority Authority Eddie Harrison. In his recent review, Harrison said, “I gave Paddington 2 negative reviews on BBC Radio when it was released in 2017 and thereafter, and I stand by every word of my criticism.” Harrison also called Paddington 2 “artificial and ridiculous”. . ”

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Image via Warner Bros.

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But who couldn’t love Paddington 2, a movie that deserves a 100% rating? Paddington 2 somehow has some of the best comments on the prison industry system in recent times! Paddington is charming to everyone and even wins the rugged Knuckles McGinty! And which of us didn’t cry when Aunt Lucy finally saw London?

Unfortunately, this is the end of our beloved bear’s reign and now Toy story 2 has taken the top spot. Cant wait for someone to verify that Jessie was a terrible addition to the franchise, ruining the time of another popular movie in the spotlight. At least Paddington 3 is currently in development Paul King will not come back, but at the Timothée Chalamet– with Willy Wonka prequel. But Paddington 3 is sure to prove that Paddington is a perfect jam-loving bear indeed.

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