We sit down this week to look at a show that I really didn’t think would be worth my while. I’m not a big fan of Nazi and Jewish history unless its a bit unique and interesting. So when I saw some of the reviews and being a big fan of Al Pacino. I decided to sit down to see this Nazi hunter show to see if I would be able to sit through the whole 10 episodes.
The team starts off with traveling and seeing and experiencing the differences in a certain region as well as their different ideologies. Politics is center stage where you are from and do we favor the familiar or are people looking for the best candidates. and the Democratic debate.
We break off into the controversy of Trumps Tweets about the Freshmen democrats. We discuss why the GOP and certain people will support traditions, schools and what ever they feel makes them feel like they belong or part of sometime of group. Back to the R.Kelly, Michael Jackson condemnation. Did Mueller do the right thing?
The Team gets together to discuss the so called Constitutional crises going on based on the Executive branch is using their power to usurp the authority of Congress or really the Democratic majority in the House of representatives. If Trump gets away with this, can this change the way we will govern from now on? Also the Abortion laws springing up around the country from numerous states
We start off with our take on the foreign policy issues with the following scenarios. Iran, Venezuela, North Korea and China. We talk about the impact, the consequences and threats with taking on all these foreign policy issues all at the same time with the intent to distract everyone from the issues going on with the Mueller controversy. Also Chaz takes us into left field with the idea of what would the USA look like if we break us up like Europe. And states creating laws about abortions. Whats your thoughts?
The team finishes up our discussion with immigration and how institutions have been hiding undertake guise of religion to take advantage of women as well as keep women in subordinate positions based on religious doctrine. We go back historically with immigration to bring in perspective of what our country has done in the past as well as what our needs are for today.
Alicia and I take a late night showing of an independent horror movie by the interesting production studio A24. The critically acclaimed hit Hereditary. A suspenseful Rosemary baby type horror drama that makes you keep up with so many details that you might just miss what was coming. Amazing movie
So I sit down and watch this controversial movie on my own. Because of the visceral reviews and back and forward opinions. I knew Alicia would fall asleep on this one. What I find is one of the most creative movies interpreted in a long time.
A couple's relationship is tested when uninvited guests arrive at their home, disrupting their tranquil existence. From filmmaker Darren Aronofsky (Black Swan, Requiem for a Dream), mother! psychological thriller about love, devotion and sacrifice.