In the age of IP revamps, remakes and revivals; Netflix’s Cuban-American remake of One Day at a Time shines bright on the sitcom front. Now following a newly-divorced mother of two, her mother, and their busybody landlord.
All grown-up, with a family of his own and with the worries of work, Christopher Robin, believes he’s had a mental breakdown when he gets a visit from Winnie the Pooh, who has lost all his friends from the Hundred Acre Wood.
A boy dealing with the possible loss of his mother, his stormy relationship with his grandmother and his absent father, gets a visit from a monster who tells him stories at seven minutes past midnight.
We refocus our attention on the Huangs to let them all grow— we find out more about Jessica and Louis, Eddie gets his first girlfriend, Emery discovers the romantic gestures can be small, and Evan has a face-to-face meeting with Chinese Santa.
Hany Abu-Assad is back with the most feel-good film in his career; following the real life of Arab Idol winner Mohammed Assaf, who shot to fame back in 2013 with his incredible journey from Gaza wedding singer to the stages of Arab Idol.