July 2017

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While not as amusing as the time-loop episode from earlier this season, “Isn’t That a Paradox?” is a goofy episode. The (often malfunctioning) Blink Drive has proved to be an intriguing plot element used to allow the show to do some more unusual stories. This time the malfunctioning device sends the crew of the Raza back in time to 2017 where they attempt to fit into suburban life while seeking out a second Blink Drive whose connection to theirs caused their unexpected journey in time. It’s an interesting idea that feels a little rushed (think of how much fun it would have been for them to be stranded in the past for multiple episodes).

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5 Reasons Rogue One Ruined Star Wars – Reckless Disagreement (Tarkin, Princess Leia)

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Here’s the Lucifer panel from this year’s San Diego Comic-Con.

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Film Theory: Why Morty WILL KILL Rick! (Rick and Morty)

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The third episode of Hooten & the Lady is a little more Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade as Lady Alex Lindo-Parker (Ophelia Lovibond) and Ulysses Hooten (Michael Landes) work together in Egypt to find the long-lost tomb of Alexander the Great. Opposing them is a secret sect of Greek warriors with their own plans for the remains of Alexander. There’s tombs to be unearthed, centuries-old puzzles to solve, and once again a choice for Hooten and Alex about whether or not to allow such potentially-dangerous artifacts into the world.

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One Way To Deconstruct There Will Be Blood — Or Any Movie

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Here’s Kendrick Lamar with the official video for “Loyalty” featuring Rihanna.

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Atomic Blonde

by Cap'n Carrot on July 28, 2017

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It’s easy to compare Atomic Blonde to John Wick. Charlize Theron stars as a talented killer who will leave a wide swath of bodies in her wake through a series of well-executed stunt sequences. Director David Leitch (who was un-credited for directing some scenes in the previously-mentioned Keanu Reeves action flick) takes the helm and brings the same energy and feel to this project. However, the comparison only goes so far.

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This Thor: Ranarok Gladiator Hulk Sixth-Scale Figure complete with interchangeable heads and hands, war hammer, and battle axe can be yours for the low, low price of $355.

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This Week in Unnecessary Censorship

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