This is about the adventure of Rex (Jack Whitehall), the British monarch's (Dame Julie Walters') most beloved dog, who loses track of his mistress and stumbles across a clan with dogs of all kinds confronting and fighting each other. During his epic journey to return to the Queen, Rex falls in love and discovers his true self.
When the Queen's servants are preparing Buckingham Palace for Donald Trump's visit, they place a bottle of Coca-Cola on the table. If you read the label carefully, it actually says "Cov-Fefe" stylized in the Coca-Cola font. This is in reference to a humorous spelling mistake the real President Trump made in one of his Twitter postings. See more »
Donald Trump doesn't have a dog in real life. See more »
Shall I call the guards to get rid of all these dogs?
That won't be necessary. It's high time we had some new blood in the palace.
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The first closing credits are shown next to royal paintings of the royal couple, Buckingham Palace, the dogs etc. See more »
Ready to Go (Get Me Out of My Mind)
Written by Brendon Urie
Performed by Panic! at the Disco
Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp./Fueled by Ramen
By arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing See more »
Do not bother! This movie is not for children
We were more than excited to watch this movie. The trailer seemed very promising. What a disappointment it was. The beginning was ok but the rest was just dreadful. This is not children's movie. Many inappropriate jokes your child should not hear.
All in all what a waste of potential and money. They spent 20 mln to create this? Not worth it. Do not bother. If you enjoyed the Paddington movie then this is not for you. This movie is definitely not for 6-7-8 years old children.
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