Category: Netflix Recommendations

Netflix Recommendation: Whose Vote Counts, Explained (2020)

This three-part docuseries covers origins of voting in America, cost factors in running for any office, and gerrymandering that occurs for whoever is in control of the senate.  This year people seem more motivated on how the election in the U.S. will turn out. … Continue Reading “Netflix Recommendation: Whose Vote Counts, Explained (2020)”

Netflix TV Docuseries Recommendation: Challenger: The Final Flight (2020)

Time has a way of making things seem distant in some ways, but in other ways there isn’t that much change.  When the Challenger exploded in 1986, I had no idea I’d see a space shuttle much later in life when the Endeavour was… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Docuseries Recommendation: Challenger: The Final Flight (2020)”

Netflix Recommendation: The Speed Cubers (2020)

These kinds of documentaries can either be a hit or a miss, but this one is a complete hit. It deals with the competition of putting together Rubix cubes at record speeds. In 2019 the World Cube Association was held in Melbourne, Australia. The… Continue Reading “Netflix Recommendation: The Speed Cubers (2020)”

Netflix TV Recommendation: Cobra Kai (2018-)

The key to this move is making your enemy think you are retreating. But just as they let their guard down, that’s when you strike the hardest. -john kreese- This has everything a person growing up in the 80s could ask for and complete… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Recommendation: Cobra Kai (2018-)”

TV show Recommendation: In the Dark (2019-)

Since the beginning of time, women have healed themselves. -Murphy- This CW show is about a blind woman who has a drinking and commitment problem.  She’s not a very likable character and as a viewer you don’t have much in common with her unless… Continue Reading “TV show Recommendation: In the Dark (2019-)”

Netflix Docuseries Recommendation: Fear City New York vs. The Mafia (2020)

This life of ours, this is a wonderful life. If you can get through life like this, hey, that’s great. But it’s very, very unpredictable. There are so many ways you can screw it up. -Paul castellano- This three-part docuseries is pretty self-explanatory.  It… Continue Reading “Netflix Docuseries Recommendation: Fear City New York vs. The Mafia (2020)”

TV Mini-Series Recommendation: Waco (2018)

No matter what you think of David Koresh or the people that died in there, they died for what they believed in. And that’s more than I can say for a lot of people. -David thibodeau- Most everyone knows the story of David Koresh… Continue Reading “TV Mini-Series Recommendation: Waco (2018)”

Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Athlete A (2020)

This is a documentary that makes you think about the behind the closed door happenings you don’t know until it opens and all kinds of skeletons come out.  This is about the USA Gymnastics organization and how they punished one gymnast in the running… Continue Reading “Netflix Documentary Recommendation: Athlete A (2020)”

Netflix TV Recommendation: Dead to Me (2019-)

I blazed through the first two seasons and only one season left before the producer calls it quits. I think some TV shows could learn from this. Go out on a high note. Dead to Me is a drama drenched in the right combination… Continue Reading “Netflix TV Recommendation: Dead to Me (2019-)”

Journal Entry Type #44: How Different Are We? Very, I Hope!

I’ve been watching more shows than I probably should since getting Amazon and the first streaming service I watched, Netflix.  I’ve watched a documentary about Darrell Hammond, powerfully explosive and recommend it to anyone who wants to see the effects of child abuse.  You… Continue Reading “Journal Entry Type #44: How Different Are We? Very, I Hope!”

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