The team returns to catch up on the hot topics over the last few weeks starting with the Corona virus and opinions on the vaccine and looking after more than just yourself. The gun violence narrative and defund the police raises its ugly head and then we swing it to unemployment, available employment and how the child care and child credit act will effect our society in the future.
This segment Of REPO, we discuss prior to the George Floyd verdict that there is way too many shootings again and the conditions post COVID restrictions may be an additional cause of police engagement.
An assassin becomes marked for death by her own black ops organization after questioning orders and breaking protocol.
We were pretty stoked to sit down and see this beloved legal detective drama we use to watch staring Raymond Burr. Now that HBO took a stab at it. We wanted to see if it was worth the watch.
Legal drama set in 1932 Los Angeles and based on novels and short stories penned by Erle Stanley Gardner
Being a huge Christopher Nolan Fan I was not going to let the Corona Virus stop me from seeing his new movie spectacular with his Black lead star. This mind bending action thriller puts you back into the "inception" mind set of where things are going. Not really sure where this one is going but we went to the movies just to see it
As one of the top watched shoes on Netflix for awhile. I decided to watch this action movie with Charlize Theron. The fact that she is being deleted from the new Mad max reboot, I wanted to see what she she still had in the tank. This popular concept of immortal heroes fighting the wrongs in the world is not new but a bit different based on the secret society and finding a new recruit in the present day. This was also a
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.
The team talks about the resurgence of racial violence and harassment that we didn’t think would be occurring during a global pandemic. Also is this isolation affecting people mentally to react in violent ways. Domestic violence, divorce, etc.
A fatal accident at a remote survivalist training camp sends participants into a panic - and sets the stage for a chilling showdown. Sounds good don’t it. Or does it. Well It starts off like a bunch of regular anarchist learning to survive out in the wilderness until some real f’ed up stuff happens and the main protagonist freakin dies. So how does this end? Its in French so the intensity of watching this closer is recommended. A Canadian movie as well
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.