Joaquin Phoenix crushes it. This is a very dark movie that touches on how the US struggles to provide resources and help to those who are stricken by poverty, mental health issues, and abandoned by society.
Amazing book, highly recommend. Stevenson is a trailblazing lawyer who tells stories of his work fighting against unjust imprisonment, racial bias, wrongful sentencing, and to abolish capital punishment in the US. There’s also a m...Read More
This is a shocking documentary on Jeffrey Epstein. I appreciated how much of the story is told by victims and hearing their accounts of his crimes. Too many of them were shunned and ignored for too long. Where I think the series m...Read More
I enjoyed this book, but struggled through it. I was waiting for more action, for a plot to develop, for detail on why/how this apocalyptic world came about. The setting of this world is beautifully described, but after awhile it ...Read More
One of my favorite reads on international affairs. The US is a case study of a country that accumulated soft power and then squandered it through military misadventures and Trumpian “America first” policies
Great book on the Washington U rowing team and their journey to the 1936 gold medal. I was amazed by the adversity Joe Rantz went through growing up and how he persevered. I also learned a lot about rowing and how challenging of a...Read More
One of my favorite shows I’ve seen in awhile. I was so frustrated seeing the ups and downs in Connell and Marianne’s relationship, believing they were perfect for each other. Also, I think many can identify with the challenges of ...Read More