I don't know if they have any BIG LOTS, OLLIES, or SHEETZ where you are, but I've had good luck getting water from them. Worst part for me, has been finding distilled water for my mom's medical equipment (did find smaller bottles at a craft store!!!).
Does anyone know if people with dial up speed internet, who also lacks any apple products, will be able to watch DEFENDING JACOB on some other platform? Say good old fashioned DVD or such?
You don't need an Apple product to watch - you can do that on your PC with an app. Sorry but no other platform as of now will be playing it. Once in a very rare while Netflix puts a film on DVD/Blu ray and I assume Apple could be the same - but maybe even less b/c they have so little comparative content that they need to keep it exclusive,
Thanks! Yeah, I had noticed I couldn't purchase hard copies of Netflix movies. I can watch Netflix on my phone, at the library (get enough signal there), so maybe I'll see if there's a way to download an apple app to my droid.
‘Defending Jacob’ First Trailer: Apple TV+ Unveils Chris Evans’ New Legal Series The show reunites Evans with his "Knives Out" co-star Jaeden Martell.
Earlier in the year, the Chris Evans legal drama “Defending Jacob” announced a prime Emmy qualifying release date of April 24. And in spite of the current public health crisis that has seen television production shut down and the Emmy FYC schedule go out the window, the splashy Apple TV+ series is dropped its first trailer today.
Based on the 2012 bestselling crime novel of the same name by William Landay, “Defending Jacob” tells the story of Massachusetts assistant district attorney Andy Barber (Evans) and what his family undergoes when his son, Jacob (Jaeden Martell) is accused of murdering a classmate. Michelle Dockery plays Evans’ wife, Laurie, who endures her own isolation and trauma in the wake of Jacob’s accusation.
The first trailer doesn’t give much away but does introduce the initial story that will pan out over eight episodes and the intense feelings within. Filmed in a muted, almost black-and-white color stock (particularly during the courtroom scenes) there’s a heavy emphasis on the emotions from all the characters. The various storylines are touched on, from Laurie’s fear and growing distance from her husband as their new normal treats them like prisoners; “Get Out” scene stealer Betty Gabriel is highlighted in a few sequences as a cop investigating the murder — and possibly aiding Evans’ Andy. There are also glimpses at co-stars Pablo Schreiber and J.K. Simmons.
But it’s not surprising that the one who dominates the trailer is Captain America himself, Chris Evans. As he tries to figure out what makes a good man versus a good father, his own personal boundaries and code of ethics appears to get blurry — and no doubt the Emmy campaign will be focusing on him a lot.
The series comes from showrunner Mark Bomback with “Imitation Game” director Morton Tyldum directing the series and “Harry Potter” scribe Steve Kloves working on the script.
It’ll be interesting to see how the series shakes out from the initial trailer. Apple TV+ is holding the series close to the chest, only screening the first three episodes for press. The original novel takes some dark paths, most of which are just hinted at within the trailer itself.