"watched <em>'A Street Cat Named Bob'</em> back when it was released at the cinema (remember them?) and thoroughly enjoyed it; something that hasn't changed just over four years on. It's a very touching story, crafted together very nicely. I also love cats, so I felt all the cuteness that this offers in that area.
The cat(s) steals the show, but big credit also to Luke Treadaway who plays lead character James. He is superb in this. Ruta Gedmintas, Serafina herself, and Joanne Froggatt play the"
"Animal Academy Award-winning Bob the Cat's greatest purrrrformance to date. After an unfeline-like fall from grace due to a crippling catnip addiction, he clawed his way back from the kitty litterbox to the box-office lion we know him as today. However, Luke Treadaway falls flat as the titular street cat named bob. Bold casting choices all around. "
"**In the tough time, they have found one another.**
After taking a week off from the films, now I'm back with this one. It is a British film based on the book of the same name, which is inspired by a real person and his cat. Well, it might be wrong to say 'his cat', because according to this film, I learnt that they have found one another. So nobody belongs to no one, except in human perception its 'his cat' and that's how this story goes.
The title reminded me a classic film, but this is "