No Safe Spaces (2019) Review

No Safe Spaces is a documentary that shows what life on campus is like in society and what it means to have freedom of speech. The movie stars Adam Carolla and Dennis Prager who run a podcast and come up with questions of what it’s like to attend universities and be a part of society as a whole. You have people who come out to voice their side of the issues and when people on the other side of the issues don’t like it, they show up and voice their opinion. You then have conflicts, fighting and of course you need police protection to save you from that. I thought it was a really good movie if you want to see what’s happening in the world and how you have to be so politically correct on everything you say to watch that you don’t offend somebody no matter what side of the issue you’re on. This is a very true story you have people that have their opinion and you have other people that don’t want to hear what you have to say or like what you have to say and then they very strongly voice their side of whatever the issue is. This is so true in society that people react very forcefully no matter what side of the issue there on. Again I liked what the documentary had to say. I thought it was worth watching so you get to see what’s happening on university and campuses in today’s society. Pretty well done documentary. I’ll give it two and a half stars. If you like what you’re reading, this is a must-see movie with a 95 minutes running time.