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But that preamble has nothing on what awaits viewers of “Goliath,” an original series now available for streaming on Amazon Prime.
Four shots ripped into my groin, and I was off on the biggest adventure of my life …” So begins Max Shulman’s 1950 novel “Sleep till Noon,” a satirical tale about corrupt attorney Harry Riddle.
Here again, Hollywood trots out a familiar trope: the evil corporation, made especially menacing by its contribution to America’s arsenal of democracy, a.k.a., the military industrial complex. When are we going to send a message to them to quit telling us what to think, what we need to be protected from.
Spoiler alert The essence of Amazon’s “Goliath” is encapsulated in the closing arguments of the opposing attorneys: “’People sue deep-pocket corporations all the time, and for some attorneys it’s a business model,’ says the corporate attorney. We are in the business of making the tools our troops need to win the war on terror. You can use your voice to say that they have done something wrong.