This session with the crew, talks about the new corona virus effect in the south and how it is exploding while the North east has leveled their cases. The question is, is it the density, the culture or life style of people that aren’t taking it seriously. Whats your opinion
So Alicia and I finally get around to watching the 3rd season of Ozark on Netflix. What a very creative writing crew to continue to make this show fresh and some what unique to continue to watch. a cross between breaking bad and Justified. Really an entertaining show.
After a few months Hiatus, the team gets together to discuss the Covd19 pandemic. We talk education, awareness and information. We also speak to how it affects us personally. With the dangers being put out there. We debate what our thoughts are during this crises.
So, being Guy Ritchie fans, we were dying to see what he was going to do with this new movie with an all star cast of characters, British and American. We see that he has matured with his technique as well as getting a lot more money for his movies than before.
So we get to see another Chadwick Boseman movie hoping we would see his talent or another action movie he can show off his Black panther power lol. Anyway we goy none of that, just a retool cop drama about crooked cops and drug deals gone wrong and the one good cop in New York to save the day.. Yeah right. But if you want action, you will get it. Acting and story? scroll through Netflix
Since it’s summer there are a few comedies that are being released that usually standout for the year. This one we thought would be one of them so went went out to see this new buddy film (cop/ civilian) trying to catch some bad guys in California. When a Uber driver Stu (Kumail Nanjiani) picks up a angry half blind detective (Dave Bautista). Stu becomes the eyes of the detective to find a notorious gang leader that killed his partner.
Alicia and I take a quick binge trip with this very interesting Amazon series converted from the podcast series of the same name. Beautifully done directed by Sam Ismail better known for his work with the Mr. Robot series. This conspiracy military, rehab center, DOD suspense thriller takes you on a slow burn with corporate corruption, deception and pharmaceutical poisoning to a very real story line for profit
Heidi Bergman is a caseworker at Homecoming, a facility that helps soldiers transition back to civilian life. She leaves Homecoming to start a new life living with her mother and working as a small-town waitress. Years later, the Department of Defense questions why she left, which makes Heidi realize that there's a whole other story behind the one that she's been telling herself. Oscar winner Julia Roberts stars as Heidi in the first regular TV series role of her career. "Homecoming" is based a podcast of the same name.
This week we continue with our second half of our trap music review from Quavo to the new collaboration with the OG Future with his new collaboration release with the Chi town rapper Juice WRLD. What a different perspective we share with this release by Future. We also relive his previous releases that got us here.