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‘Inside Out 2’ review: Pixar sequel is nice, but not as good as the original

Inside Out,” with a voice cast led by Amy Poehler, which returned it to the inventive glory days of “Toy Story” and “Ratatouille.” Almost a decade later, Pixar’s crisis is now existential. Its fortunes at the box office have plummeted, the movies often stink, it’s been forced to lay off staffers and is quickly losing its once-dictatorial grip on American childhoods.
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Here’s when ‘Only Murders In The Building’ season 4 is coming to Disney+
Only Murders In The Building is due to return soon – here’s when it’ll come to Disney+.Last weekend, Hulu revealed its first teaser trailer for the highly anticipated upcoming fourth season of Only Murders In The Building. This time, the gang of Mabel Mora (played by Selena Gomez), former Broadway director Oliver Putnam (Martin Short) and washed-up TV actor Charles-Haden Savage (Steve Martin) are heading to Hollywood as they’re being offered the chance to turn their adventures into a Hollywood film – before yet another murder case requires their attention.Watch the teaser trailer below.The trailer also promises that season four will be the show’s most star-studded yet, featuring the return of Meryl Streep, as well as new cast members Eugene Levy, Eva Longoria, Zach Galifianakis, Melissa McCarthy, Molly Shannon, Kumail Najiani, Jane Lynch and more.All three previous seasons of Only Murders In The Building are now available for streaming on Disney+, while season four will premiere on August 27.The trio of Martin, Short and Gomez are united by the murders that take place in their luxurious Manhattan apartment building, the Arconia, and start a podcast investigating the suspicious deaths.
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Worth the wait? The Beatles’ farewell film ‘Let It Be’ hits streaming 54 years later: review
finally available to stream on Disney+ this week.Was it worth the 54-year wait?Well, yes — and no.Some context is needed here first: If you watched “The Beatles: Get Back” — the three-part, eight-hour docuseries directed by none other than Oscar-winning “Lord of the Rings” director Peter Jackson that also premiered on Disney+ in 2021 — you’ve already seen a lot of this.And seen it in the kind of exhaustive detail — from the same footage that Jackson used from “Let It Be” director Michael Lindsay-Hogg — that you can probably break down the level of scruffiness in Paul McCartney’s faux-badass beard.But thankfully — whether or not you’ve already watched the tedious-at-times “Get Back” — this is only 80 minutes versus eight hours of your time.For anyone but the biggest of Beatlemaniacs, that math is math-ing.But here’s the real difference: Whereas “Get Back” captured every bit of Liverpudlian shade, side-eye and Yoko Ono rock-blocking, this “Let It Be” is all about the music that was made in the slow fade of the Fab Four.For most of this film — which documents The Beatles working out songs for what would turn out to be their final album, 1970’s “Let It Be,” in January 1969 — it’s just like being a little four-winged insect on the wall of those sessions at their Apple Corps headquarters in London.Rehearsing, working out songs and just jamming — even with all the mounting tension which is actually more between McCartney and George Harrison than Sir Paul and John Lennon (for all those who still blame Ono for the Beatles’ breakup) — it’s a magical mystery tour behind the scenes of what many consider to be the greatest band of all time.When McCartney and Lennon are in such easy harmony and camaraderie on “Two Of Us” — with the
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