Star Wars and Paddington - two films that smack of adult nostalgia for their childhoods, now re-marketed to children today.
Paddington 2, directed by Paul King, conjures up a sense of Englishness that is at once classic, but also modern.
It's a charming film that is well worth your time.
The latest Star Wars - which Stevie has not seen, so Emmet is left to be interrogated on its merits - is brought to the screen by Rian Johnson.
Instead of heavily relying on the established Star Wars formula, Johnson chooses to highlight the use of those repeated plot threads - temptation by the dark side, a Jedi mentor crippled by failure, a resistance army forced to continually retreat from an evil empire in pursuit - then flips these narratives in interesting ways.
This is a spoiler free discussion that treats of The Last Jedi's position in relation to the original films - and the whole Star Wars marketing phenomenon.