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A Street Cat Named Bob

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A young man named James Bowen lives in London. James is a controversial drug addict, but he has recovered completely from drugs in circumstances he did not fully expect after severe suffering. After that, James begins a different life when he meets the ginger cat in the streets of London, wounded and suffering. It seems that life will be quite different for James in dealing with the cat, which will change James' life for the better.
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Leigh Paatsch
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February 08, 2017

This is one of those unfailingly nice, middle-of-the-road movies that always has its heart in the right place, even if its head is sometimes elsewhere.
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CJ Johnson
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February 16, 2017

Spottiswoode keeps the vibe gritty and authentic, which is in itself remarkable for a film about a young man and a cat. Tough and tender, and a massive, welcome February surprise.
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Devan Coggan
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November 18, 2016

Treadaway may be sympathetic and charming as the struggling musician, but this is Bob's show, all the way.
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Michael Rechtshaffen
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November 17, 2016

A rewardingly unassuming, tough and tender portrait of a drug-addicted London busker whose ill-fated life takes a surprising turn after a ginger tabby turns up in his kitchen.
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Sarah Ward
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March 13, 2017

Bob was a beacon of hope off-screen, and remains the same in the predictable but pleasantly palatable adaptation of his story.
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J. R. Jones
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January 19, 2017

This dramatization... plays like a Hallmark Hall of Fame TV movie, touching lightly on serious social issues before turning into a Cinderella story.
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David Stratton
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February 10, 2017

Veteran director Roger Spottiswoode makes the most of this appealing yarn and has fun showing us a Bob's-eye view of the streets of London.
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Andy Webster
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November 17, 2016

A savvy exercise in inspirational feel-good cinema lightly seasoned with grit.
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Vicky Roach
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February 10, 2017

The filmmakers do a good job of capturing the precarious reality of life on the streets within the parameters of a PG rating.
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Cath Clarke
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November 30, 2016

There's a telly-ish feel to much of A Street Cat Named Bob, an attempt to sanitise life on the streets... But it's impossible to watch a film about a happy-ending story like James and Bob's without a warm glow.
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G. Allen Johnson
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November 16, 2016

Cute little fellow, but unfortunately, the film in which he stars is little more than catnip.
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