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(trailer review) - Defending Jacob


We are currently living in a time where cinema's are closed and there is a global pandemic called CoVid19 (Corona Virus) that attacks the respiratory systems and kills you.  We are encouraged to stay in and either work from home or effectively you have lost your job until the world is free from the pandemic.  You are encouraged to go outside for small essential grocery shopping or an exercise and to keep 6 feet apart from another person, but that is it.  Gyms, restaurants, anything that can congregate more than 2 people is closed due to high risk and this pandemic is taking lives and livelihoods.  So in this bleak time, all we have is our mobile phones, internet and streaming services.

I say that, to say this, I am most likely going to get more streaming reviews on here as the days go on and I will be getting increasingly more intrigued and/or excited with what is to come.  I hope you all stay safe out there and be responsible.

For perfect example of responsibility, Chris Evans, ol' Captain America has a son who had been accused of first degree murder and CapCap is trying to do whatever it takes to save his son in defending Jacob.
This looks really good! A riveting mini-series and something that looks like it is going to go in the way of Prisoners (I think it's called, with Hugh Jackman).
I last saw Chris Evans in Knives Out and he was superb.  It would be even better to see him in more roles than just seeing him as Captain America as he IS a very good actor, try Snowpiercer.  It's also good to see young actor Jaeden Martell as he is also pretty decent an actor.  I'd be invested in watching this!

Directed by Morten Tyldum and starring Chris Evans, Michelle Dockery, Jaeden Martell, Cherry Jones, Jake Picking, Paul Wesley, Pablo Schreiber, Betty Gabriel, Matt Lanter, Sakina Jaffrey, Poorna Jagannathan, Defending Jacob,

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