What makes a man
“Young Mr. Lincoln,” starring Henry Fonda, was released 74 years after the president’s death. In the case of Barack Obama, Hollywood couldn’t wait that long. “Southside With You,” a feature film that gives the Obamas’ courtship a “Before Sunrise” glean, opened in August to glowing reviews. Now comes “Barry,” in which Australian actor Devon Terrell captures the future prez in his college years. An animated feature focusing on his kindergarten exploits can’t be far behind.
Now streaming on Netflix
“Eric Clapton Live in San Diego,” a 2007 concert film that was only released this year, includes many of your favorites, including “Layla,” “Motherless Children” and “Little Wing,” but the true flourish comes when Slowhand introduces special guest J.J. Cale, who penned some of his buddy’s biggest hits, including “After Midnight” and “Cocaine.” It was only the third time since 1975 that the two had jammed together. Sadly, there won’t be another session. Cale passed away three years ago.
8 p.m. Saturday, AXS
Bringing up baby
Another Kardashian crawls among us. “Rob & Chyna Baby Special” finds Rob Kardashian and Blac Chyna introducing newborn daughter Dream to the family business: exposing one’s private lives for the cameras. Why, yes, we said Dream. All names of fruits and street signs had previously been taken.
7 p.m. Sunday, E! Neal Justin