It's times we're living only seen in movies, forewarned in movies. The Husband and Wife Team look at the latest info uncovered within the investigation of the Covid-19 Pandemic, including a certain doctor didn't think Coronavirus was a threat to the United States.
The Saudis and the Russians are at war over oil production. Saudi Arabia wanted to slow oil production, due to slowed demand. due to the global virus, Russia didn't-- Saudi began producing more oil, Russia said F-you, we're not dependent on our oil like you, we have rainy-day funds. The Saudis began flooding the market with oil, and the war is on.
Crazy Dee and Tracey look at the Original Mad Max and Mad Max 2: Road Warrior, and ask-- isn't a war between 2-Super Powers, and the resulting breakdown of society, lead to a shortage of oil/gas/petroleum, and isn't this the dystopian world created, over greed, Max finds himself in? A world where anything and everything goes to survive oil and food storage.
Then the team interviews PJ Barnes, the writer director actor-in 'The Players'; a movie about 2-brothers who plan some-get back at the person abusing their mother. The Interview and Review the 1st in a new segment called 'Coronavirus Shut Down: The New Normal Independent Filmmaker Interview and Movie Review Segment.
The Husband and Wife Team discuss the latest news, in the blurbs, concerning Covid-19, and the topic: 'Why People, just like in the movies, Don't Heed Warnings?' While they're escaping from New York, they are spreading the virus to Long Island and Florida. Which brings Crazy Dee and Tracey to the film review: 'John Carpenter's Escape from New York', starring Kurt Russell Isaac Hayes Lee Van Cleef Ernest Borgnine, and a star cast. You could imagine that something cataclysmic happened, to the world as we know it, and much like TFR discussed last week, with the Nazi's wanting to dis-stabilize the society, they succeed, and the United States turns criminal, but the re-established government uses Covid-19 exposed New York City as a Maximum Security Prison, and this is where the story picks up with 'Snake' (Russell), going in to save the President. The Film Review: Movies Music Culture Politics Society Podcast Live Streams Sundays @ 5:30pm pacific / 8:30pm eastern on The Film Review Life Channel on #youtube - Subscribe. | Chime-in Line: 213.943.3358.
The Husband and Wife Team discuss movies which lend to knowledge of pandemics, and the aftermath, as well as prior-to disaster. No film provides the story of life before and after a bio warfare attack-than the classic movie 12-Monkeys. Starring Bruce Willis, Madeleine Stowe and Brad Pitt. All of this, and Crazy Dee and Tracey take a look at new music trends! The Film Review: Movies Music Culture Politics Society Podcast Live Streams Sundays @ 5:30pm pacific / 8:30pm eastern on The Film Review Life Channel on #youtube - Subscribe. | Chime-in Line: 213.943.3358.
One of the most important shows of #TFRPodcastLive We breakdown what's happening with certain groups intentionally spreading covid-19 from FBI reports, we show video, and question: is that why the various state governments are shutting-down states and cities? (The views and opinions expressed during Ep105 of The Film Review Podcast Live are those of the guests and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of The Film Review Podcast Live. Any content provided by our guests are of their opinion and are not intended to malign any religion, ethnic group, club, organization, company, individual or anyone or anything.) We talk to movers and shakers of industry. What's happening in their cities, where do American Blacks find themselves, are American Black prepared, and with or without preparedness-- our guests provide solutions to how to be ready in the future/now. Plus, we review 12-monkeys a classic movie about Pandemic, what can be learned from this movie, and we give a brief review on 'Self Made' the limited series on Netflix. Is it worth only a quick review? Tune-in to watch and hear the review.