Despite some narrative “fat” and a somewhat muddled sense of cohesion regarding its many setpieces, 'Toy Story 4' manages to justify its existence alongside one of the greatest trilogies of all time by crafting a story close in tone to the one that started it all.
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Between the adaptation of a much-beloved scene and the appearance of a fan-favorite character, ‘Green Day and Oasis, Part 2’ continues the arc’s momentum by delivering an incredibly action-packed episode.
With 'Morbid Stuff,' PUP hit listeners with a collection of strong songs, engaging lyrics, and a great sound.
‘Realms’ is a very strong start for Four Fates with its original sound and incredible performances.
As 'Queer Eye' reaches its third season, the reality TV show has reached a satisfying consistency through a tried and true formula. But even if this new season isn’t subverting any expectations, the show’s incredibly strong Fab Five and their determination to help in ways deeper than simply a new living room, a new suit, and a salad recipe make up for it.