The Oscar-winning special effects team behind Gravity and Harry Potter created absolute magic on screen. While Paddington and family may take some getting used to—they're legit talking bears, not the teddy variety—that novelty soon wears off. It's the little things, like the dollhouse that opens to show the Brown family going about their lives. The elaborate filing system at The Geographer's Guild is absolutely mesmerizing. The tiny train that delivers tea and biscuits to visitors of Mr. Gruber's antique shop before coming to life as a refugee train during WWII is not just clever, it's touching. And that's part of the charm of this lovely little film. The previews don't do it justice; under its fast and furry-ous exterior, Paddington has a lot of heart.