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'No Bammer Weed' is the only thing to truly make be bounce here. Labelled as a 'Snoop Dogg Presents' release, this features many songs without Snoop with many being R&B tunes. Nothing much stands out. The west coast legends on 'Big Subwoofer' make it worth a play but some of the bars leave something to be desired for me. They aren't saying anything interesting. Overall, it's another long album from Snoop (and his friends) that doesn't have the quality or the quality control it needs. Best Tracks: Alright, No Bammer Weed, Murder Music, Steady
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A fun enough comedy/action/adventure/heist film when you just want something on to pass the time without wanting to get emotionally invested, but it's nothing more. Ryan Reynolds is Ryan Reynolds, with wise crack after wise crack that aren't often funny, and that don't make him believable as the world's greatest art thief at all. The prison breakout is one of the worst and most predictable I've seen in a film. Everyone is conveniently in the perfect spot at the perfect time a number of times throughout the flick. Like some of Netflix's other big action movies such as 6 Underground, it features some picturesque environments and some eye catching action scenes but the writing is weak.
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This made me laugh a couple of times including Moe's 'he's choking' line, but as others say, it felt like an advertisement, mainly due to Lisa's song. After watching it I thought it would've been something Disney asked The Simpson's production team to do, but apparently it was the other way around. Disappointing after the engaging few minutes of opening where Homer and Goofy seemed like they'd make a good comedy pairing for a longer film/episode.
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A better episode than the last one as the subplots felt less forced. The best scene here is seeing how angry Larry gets when his ideas for the mini bar aren't accepted. It reminded me of the great scene when Ted Danson doesn't swap sandwiches with him back in season 7. Larry poking fun at the stupidity of using 'they' to address one person is a highlight as well. Still not the laugh a minute show it used to be but a worthy episode.
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First two songs are crap. 'Break Stuff' and 'Re-Arranged' are much more likeable . 'I'm Broke' is weak and there is nothing again decent until the Premier produced and Method Man featured 'N 2 Gether Now'. Nothing amazing with too many songs that sound the same. The general consensus is that they got worse from here, but 'Results May Vary' has a number of tracks with more variety that I enjoy a lot more than anything here.
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