Good Watch: How It Ends @ForestWhitaker @netflix #GoodWatch #QuarantineLife

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There’s an apocalypse. A man has to travel from Chicago to Seattle to get to his fiance. His companion is his disappointing father-in-law played by Forrest Whitaker. The movie isn’t science fiction, because it’s not actually about the apocalypse. It’s about how humans react to it, and it isn’t pretty. Sadly, I think it’s accurate. In times of stress, people will turn on each other, even though cooperation would maximize everyone’s position. It’s yet another example of the prisoner’s dilemma.

It was worth my two hours, but as always, YMMV.

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