Last year, Rotten Tomatoes released their review brief to preserve and relive authentic reviews from decades past that had been lost in time or just didn’t have high visibility on the internet.
As a result, there was a twist that turned “The Adventures of Paddington 2” into the highest rated film of all time among critics, surpassing the classic “Citizen Kane”.
After a negative review of Orson Welles’ film resurfaced after 80 years, its rating went from 100% to 99% approval.
“The Adventures of Paddington 2” remained at 100%, in addition to registering 244 positive reviews and no negative ones.
However, not everyone seemed to like the teddy’s second feature film.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times, Hugh Grant, who played antagonist Felix Buchanan, commented that he made a special exhibition for his family.
But the result was completely different from what he expected: his kids said they didn’t like the production.
“I managed to do a special exhibit and took several of my kids and they hated it. One of them turned to me after a while and asked me, “Why do you like the movie so much?”, Which was very painful. But I have to say that, some time later, they started to like it ”.
Despite the “reviews,” Grant considers the second film the best film of his career.
During an interview with Vanity Fair, the veteran reflected on the success of the film, reflecting on a somewhat uncomfortable situation he experienced behind the scenes at the Golden Globes.
When viewed by netizens as an actor reduced to a single children’s film, he went against the expectations of fans, claiming how much he enjoys being associated with the feature film.
Grant went even further, pointing out that perhaps “The Adventures of Paddington 2” is the best film of his professional career.
“I was presenting the Golden Globe, I think, and they do that thing when you take the stage, where they say ‘from the upcoming The Adventures of Paddington 2 release, Hugh Grant.’ And someone later showed me Twitter and people were laughing at me, saying things like, “Christ, he’s come to this point. Poor Hugh. Paddington 2. Sequence for children ”. And in this case, it is particularly boring, because I sincerely believe that it is perhaps the best that I have ever participated ”.
And you, what do you think of the film?
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Directed by Paul King (‘Space Force’) in 2017, the film raised $ 228 million worldwide, on a budget of $ 40 million.
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