In the jungles of Peru, a young bear learns about and becomes obsessed with Great Britain and sets off on an adventure to visit the county. After an arduous journey, he finally arrives in London's Paddington Station, but realises quite soon that he is both lost and lonely. That is, until the Brown family discover him and adopt him, naming him Paddington, after the place they found him. Paddington (Ben Whishaw) is a great addition to the household, as his antics entertain the children. But said antics often end in destruction within the household, leaving the Brown family in a difficult position. Things become even more difficult when Millicent (Nicole Kidman) sets about trying to capture and stuff Paddington, in order to add him to her exhibition.
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Paddington is a young Peruvian bear who has always held a curiosity for the city of London. After his equally adventurous Aunt Lucy's home is destroyed, she decides to send him off to England after teaching him all about a famous explorer she once knew who lives there. Unfortunately, when Paddington gets to Paddington Station, he has no idea where he is or how to even exit the place. After struggling with the various signs for a long while, he is eventually spotted by the kindly Brown family, who agree to take him in until he can find out the whereabouts Aunt Lucy's explorer friend. However, Paddington's life skills aren't up to scratch and he's about to learn that there's a lot more to life in London than he initially thought. Meanwhile, he is forced to defend his life when his presence is acknowledged by an evil bear taxidermist.
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Ashok and Kuma are two best friends who have been mistaken for lunatics and taken to an asylum, despite the pair insisting that it is actually their doppelgangers who are the crazy ones. In a cunning plan by Ashok's comatose father's aide Mamaji (who also has a set of lookalikes), they are discredited as heirs to the profitable company and instead, Mamaji has the real lunatics freed in a bid to use them to sign the company over to him. Meanwhile, he also has a third pair of lookalikes (a rather dramatic duo who undergo plastic surgery) to help him with his evil deeds. When Ashok and Kumar find out what's happening, they must make their escape and stop his criminal ways. But with 'humshakals' literally left, right and centre, how will anyone know who they can trust?
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Asha is a young Indian woman living in London, whose family are deeply proud of their Punjabi culture. She has a handsome boyfriend named Aman who is desperate to marry her, but first he must meet her family and earn their respect before he has any hope of receiving their blessing. Initially getting gently teased by Asha's mother for not being from the Punjab region of India, the playful banter soon turns to abuse when Asha admits that Aman is actually from Pakistan. He wants to leave a good impression on the family (who have their own hidden problems), but with such aggressively prejudice attitudes from his would-be in-laws, will he manage to cope with the difficult situation and earn their trust? Or will his marriage proposal to Asha be ultimately refused?
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Alan Partridge is a fatuous, egocentric radio host that has been one of telly's most famous fictitious comedy icons for several years. He now makes a return to screen as his employers, North Norfolk Digital based in Norwich, are about to be taken over by rival media company, Gordale Media, and branded the new name, 'Shape'. People's jobs are now on the line but Alan and his sidekick Simon look like they'll be able to save their shows; one thing's for sure, he's certainly trying to get on the good side of new top boss Jason Tresswell. However, when one DJ is sacked, there's more conflict in the company than they could ever have imagined when they are thrown under siege and brutally held hostage.
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In the jungles of Peru, a young bear learns about and becomes obsessed with Great...
Paddington is a young Peruvian bear who has always held a curiosity for the city...
Ashok and Kuma are two best friends who have been mistaken for lunatics and taken...
Asha is a young Indian woman living in London, whose family are deeply proud of...
Alan Partridge is a fatuous, egocentric radio host that has been one of telly's most...