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  • Title: LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars – From Trenches to Wrenches
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LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars - From Trenches to Wrenches television review

The new LEGO Star Wars offers a more open-ended universe for characters across all eras. The show’s first episode ties together several shorts previously released online with the premise of R0-GR (Matthew Wood) sharing adventures from his new autobiography to various characters. The stories range from his inglorious days as part of the Droid Army and adventures on various worlds over the years including Endor, Naboo, Jakku, Takodana, and Tatooine. Various characters show up both in the flashbacks and as R0-GR’s captive audience in the present including Han Solo, Chewbacca, R2-D2, Cassian, the Freemakers, Maz, Rose, and Admiral Ackbar. While lightweight, and mostly forgettable, the first episode of LEGO Star Wars: All-Stars still proves to be more fun that the mostly disappointing Star Wars Resistance.

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Ariana Grande – breathin

by Alan Rapp on November 12, 2018

in Music News & Reviews

Here’s Ariana Grande with the official video for “breathin.”

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  • Title: The Good Cop – What is the Supermodel’s Secret?
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The Good Cop - What is the Supermodel's Secret? TV review

While Tony Jr. (Josh Groban) investigates a murder for hire, he (and everyone else) is confused by the sudden interest a supermodel (Emma Ishta) has shown in Tony Sr. (Tony Danza). As the model pushes the elder Tony Caruso to find his missing phone it becomes obvious to the audience, if not a single character on the show, what she is truly after. The reveal of incriminating evidence that ties the model to the murder Junior is investigating is hardly surprising once the phone is discovered. Although the shock that Tony and the supermodel together creates in the rest of the cast is good for a couple of chuckles, the mystery is rather bland. The only big change in the show’s second episode is to promote Cora (Monica Barbaro) from Tony’s parole officer to a detective on the force with his son.

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Comic Rack

by Alan Rapp on November 12, 2018

in Comics

Comic RackIt’s a new week so it must be time to talk about comics! Welcome back to the RazorFine Comic Rack boys and girls. Pull up a bean bag and take a seat at feet of the master as we offer you this quick list of all kinds of comic book goodness set to hit comic shops and bookstores this month from all your favorite publishers including DC, Marvel, Dark Horse, Archie, Dynamite, IDW, Image Comics, and others.

This week includes Beauty, Coyotes, Darth Vader, Detective Comics, Domino, Flash, G.I. JOE: A Real American Hero, Hit-Girl, The Lone Ranger, Mage: The Hero Denied, Quantum Age, Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Robotech, Rose, Supergirl, Thor, Voltron: Legendary Defender, Wonder Woman, the first issues of Bitter Root, Black Order, Bloodshot: Rising Spirit, Electric Warriors, Firefly, God of War, Life is Strange, Minions: Viva Le Boss, Uncanny X-Men, and the final issues of Cosmic Ghost Rider, Mister Miracle, Plastic Man, Proxima Centauri, RuinWorld, and Transformers: Unicron.

Enjoy issue #239

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  • Title: The Good Place – Chapter 34: The Worst Possible Use of Free Will
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The Good Place - The Worst Possible Use of Free Will TV review

“The Worst Possible Use of Free Will” takes us back to the Neighborhood as Michael (Ted Danson) restores some of Eleanor (Kristen Bell) memories in an attempt to convince his friend that she can indeed love. The result is the best episode of the show’s Third Season so far with revelations (Sam the Eagle, Elanor? Really?) as the show takes the characters back to the show’s original set-up. There’s certainly some character development for both Michael and Eleanor as well as the process helps her come to grip with her insecurities while showcasing just how far Michael has come as well. Great moments include Eleanor getting her head fried, Mirror Centaur, the return of the more philosophical Eleanor, the coolest thing Michael has ever done, and the purple space bubble of pain.

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