Coffee and Kareem

In the fast-paced buddy comedy, a policeman tries to make friends with his partner’s son and directly uncover a plot with him.
Police officer James Coffee (Ed Helms) is currently in seventh heaven with his new partner Vanessa (Taraji P. Henson). Only her son Kareem (Terrence Little Gardenhigh) cannot quite make friends with his mother’s new lover and is already making a plan to separate the two.
Every means is right for him! So the twelve-year-old hires a few fleeting gangsters to turn coffee off. However, further criminal activities are revealed and the teenager and his mother fall into the line of fire themselves. Now he has to team up with coffee, which he wanted to get rid of in the world, and save his family.
From the beginning of April, Netflix will be offering its customers a new action comedy that will stimulate the laughing muscles of viewers. This is ensured not only by the “Goon – No Film for Pussies” and “Stuber – 5 Stars Undercover” director Michael Dowse, but also by author Shane Mack, who contributed the screenplay for a feature film for the first time.
In front of the camera, we see comedy-proven Golden Globe winners Taraji P. Henson (“Empire”, “Hidden Figures”), alongside “Hangover” star Ed Helms as a chaotic cop with a 70s mustache, and also Betty Gilpin (“GLOW”, “The Grudge”), Jesse Hutch, Andrew Bachelor (“Rim of the World”, “To all the boys I’ve loved before”) and newcomer Terrence Little Gardenhigh as a teenager Kareem.
The shooting started in spring 2019, a year later, Netflix customers can now look forward to the finished result. The fast-paced and action-packed buddy comedy “Coffee & Kareem” will be available from April 3, 2020. Netflix rated the film with an age rating of 16 and over.

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