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Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide Part 11 | A Christmas Gift From Bob

Christmas Day is almost upon us and the world is still caught up in the Covid-19 pandemic. So we here at The Movie Moustache decided to continue with a Christmas theme for our Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide. This time we're looking at the sequel to the much beloved 'A Street Cat Named Bob'. As always you can check out our Moustache Lockdown Streaming Survival Guide in its entirety by clicking here . After leaving his publisher's Christmas party, James Bowen (Luke Treadaway) witnesses an event that causes him to look back on his and Bob's last Christmas busking on the streets of London. One that proved to be the most challenging, as James had to fight to stop animal welfare officers from taking Bob away from him. There's nothing quite like watching a heart-warming animal story, especially at Christmas. Luke Treadaway returns to his beloved role as James Bowen, the man struggling with his own demons who rescued a cat and was himself rescued. Seeing him reunited

A Street Cat Named Bob: Average Guy Movie Review

A Street Cat Named Bob is the story of James Bowen, a man trying to get over an addiction to heroin, who rescued an injured cat. When Bowen's attempts to reunite the cat with his owners failed, said cat adopted him. The newly named Bob would follow Bowen to Covent Garden where he played music to the crowds. The self appointed feline companion helped Bowen to turn his life around, becoming a best selling author writing about their experiences. The movie is directed by Roger Spottiswoode, a man used to working with animals having directed the Tom Hanks classic, Turner and Hooch. This is a touching story about the bond between animals and humans, and the incredible effect an animal can have on our lives. The performances are great all round, Luke Treadaway does a brilliant job playing a struggling addict who wants desperately to get clean. Despite being a very human story, it is Bob who steals the show. It's fun to watch him follow Bowen around, usually riding on Bowen&#