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Maybe it's the addition of Hugh Grant as a lunatic faded star desperate for some cash to get his one-man show going, Brendan Gleeson as a moody prison chef named Knuckles McGinty, a totally random dance routine during the credits, or just the sheer earnestness of it all, but "Paddington 2" is a total delight.In a film that feels so effortless, this is a rare snag that's a little forced and chaotic. Thankfully it's all building to something better, which is not coincidentally related to the arrival of Hugh Grant.At a fair, Paddington meets the actor Phoenix Buchanan (Grant), who was once a star and has now been reduced to doing dog food commercials and takes an unusual interest in the pop-up book Paddington mentions he's saving up for.
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