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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of December 16, 2018) 225 226 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.


* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of December 16, 2018) 214 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.

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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of December 16, 2018) 214 225 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.

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* If the Epilogue is any indication, the fact that Johnathan garnered so much fame before [[spoiler: he changed his name back from "J-Dog".]]


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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of October 19, December 16, 2018) 205 214 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.


* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of March 23, 2018) 192 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.

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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Website/RottenTomatoes, with (as of March 23, October 19, 2018) 192 205 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.


* The climax, where [[spoiler: each of the Browns come together to save Paddington. Jonathan sacrificing his popularity as "J-dog" to drive a train, Judy's photography catching Phoenix red-handed with the pop-up book, Mr. Brown's throwing skills knocking out Phoenix, and Mrs. Brown swimming into the river to rescue Paddington from drowning. Even Mrs. Bird plays a small part in standing up to Phoenix's sword with a gun (even though it turns out it only shoots out rubber darts).]]

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* The climax, where [[spoiler: each of the Browns come together to save Paddington. Jonathan sacrificing his popularity as "J-dog" to drive a train, Judy's photography catching Phoenix red-handed with the pop-up book, Mr. Brown's throwing skills knocking out Phoenix, and Mrs. Brown swimming into the river to rescue Paddington from drowning. Even Mrs. Bird plays a small part in standing up to Phoenix's sword with a gun (even though it turns out it only shoots out rubber darts).darts - her real contribution is picking the locks on the handcuffs).]]

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* Paddington giving Knuckles a [[DeathGlare Hard Stare]] for insulting Aunt Lucy.


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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Creator/RottenTomatoes, with (as of February 13, 2018) 186 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.

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* Meta example: The movie has become the best reviewed film on Creator/RottenTomatoes, with (as of February 13, March 23, 2018) 186 192 positive reviews, and not a single negative review in sight.

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* The prologue, where Uncle Pastuzo and Aunt Lucy successfully rescue little Paddington from drowning.
* Paddington earning so much money for Aunt Lucy's birthday present in just a few days.

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* Paddington riding atop Wolfy to track down the thief that stole Mr. Gruber's pop-up book.
* Mr. Brown finally [[ShutUpHannibal telling off]] Mr. Curry for the latter's biased, paranoid intolerance towards Paddington. Given he himself used to be a bit reluctant at taking in Paddington, it also counts as Mr. Brown telling off his ShadowArchetype, reflecting an impressive amount of CharacterDevelopment.
* A villainous one, but Phoenix successfully completing his tour through the pop-up book.
** What's more, he figures out that [[spoiler: the clues from the pop-up books are actually musical notes meant to unlock the pipe organ.]]
* The climax, where [[spoiler: each of the Browns come together to save Paddington. Jonathan sacrificing his popularity as "J-dog" to drive a train, Judy's photography catching Phoenix red-handed with the pop-up book, Mr. Brown's throwing skills knocking out Phoenix, and Mrs. Brown swimming into the river to rescue Paddington from drowning. Even Mrs. Bird plays a small part in standing up to Phoenix's sword with a gun (even though it turns out it only shoots out rubber darts).]]
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