Since it's a flu strain, I don't know if a vaccine is possible? I think the best we can hope for is a proven treatment, but some of those recovery stories are horrors of their own. :SI think it’s going to take a proven vaccine to get me back to a theater or a restaurant.
Actually SARS-Cov-2 is similar to the common cold coronavirus, for which no vaccine has been developed. But IIRC that's because the cold virus mutates quickly. I get a flu shot every year and they appear to be effective.Since it's a flu strain, I don't know if a vaccine is possible? I think the best we can hope for is a proven treatment, but some of those recovery stories are horrors of their own. :S
Season two of True Detective was something of a drop off from season one, but I didn't hate it and enjoyed Colin Farrell's performance in the lead role. Stephen Dorff is an actor that I've always enjoyed in roles such his scenery-chewing Frost in Blade or his role as Skip in the under appreciated City of Industry. Of course, those are fairly early roles in his career and I sort of lost touch with his work. He was excellent as was Mahershala Ali in season three of True Detective.Django Unchained would be my go to haha. I've been bored by GWTW every time I've seen it. I can appreciate the technical aspects of it, but boy, that melodrama is hard to sit through and the burning of Atlanta isn't worth the 100 hour running time.
You know what I watched recently and really liked? True Detective Season 3. Pop culture seemed to bag on the series after celebrating season 1, but three was really good. It might have a career best performance from Stephen Dorff, another guy that seemed to be getting a big push but never really landed. Season 3 also had a pretty good story telling gimmick. I'd recommend it.
Other series I really liked was THE LAST DANCE on the Chicago bulls. I've never watched a basketball game in my life. What a world!