Another list! But this list is sharing what I considered to be my favorite movies of the decade. They may not necessarily be “the best” but they are the ones that I still think about years later, or maybe they were “the best” lol. I decided to go by year. I’m not going to go through each movie, but I will choose my favorite from that year (if applicable) and give a quick reason why.
I friggin love this movie. I don’t think it’s the “best” movie of the year but it’s my favorite. The use of music, the comedy, the acting is all so much fun that I watch this movie whenever it came on television. I’ve read the graphic novel series (the film is a great adaptation of that by the way). This movie is a gem. If you’ve never seen it then you should watch it. If I come across it and I don’t have something in mind I’m about to watch, I’ll watch this lol.
Black Swan, Kick Ass, The Social Network, Toy Story 3, How to Train Your Dragon, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time, The Karate Kid, Easy A
Top Film: We Need to Talk About Kevin
If you haven’t seen this film, just know it’s a very strange film lol. But I remember watching it and being like WTF is this movie and it’s amazingly good. The acting is fantastic, particularly from Ezra Miller as Kevin. Each version of this kid is literally evil lol. I just… it’s dark but it’s so good.
Bridesmaids, Chronicle, Drive, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows part 2, X-men: First Class, We Need to Talk About Kevin, Crazy, Stupid, Love, Captain America: The First Avenger, Rise of the Planet of the Apes, Mission Impossible: Ghost Protocol
Top Films: Avengers & Perks of Being a Wallflower
Avengers is such a monumental film for superhero movies in general. It brought together characters we watched come to life and grow in other films and now we have them working together! It was great! It was so much fun, and it was clear that the MCU had a hit on their hands and it made me excited for what they were going to do next.
Perks of Being a Wallflower is a movie I wanted to see when it first came out, I ended up seeing it much later, but I loved it. The book is also phenomenal. It’s a coming of age story, set in the 90s and it’s beautifully acted by Logan Lerman, Emma Watson and Ezra Miller (the movie I fell in love with him). The musical choices were great and to take a book written in letters and create a film that feels so raw and real, was so good. I really do love this movie. It’s emotional and I think anyone can find something in common with one of the main characters.
Beasts of the Southern Wild, ParaNorman, Rise of the Guardians, Django Unchained
Top Film: Fruitvale Station
I saw this movie years after it came out. It had such a heavy topic and I wasn’t sure if I was ready for it and I wasn’t but it’s amazing. It was ignored during Awards season which is ridiculous. Michael B. Jordan was amazing as Oscar Grant, even if the movie takes liberties with the story, the heart of what was happening was there. This young man was taken from his family and this is still relevant to this day. Ryan Coogler created a beautiful film and it also launched the friendship/movie partnership between Coogler and Jordan, which I’m excited to see what else they do.
12 Years a Slave, Frozen, Inside Llewyn Davis, The Croods, Mud, The Spectacular Now, Short Term 12, Dallas Buyers Club, The Wolf of Wall Street
2014 was a great year for movies!
Top Film: Captain America: Winter Soldier
Anyone who knows me knows that I love this movie and it’s my favorite and, in my opinion, the best MCU movie. It feels so different from the films that came before it. It was a spy movie wrapped in a super hero movie. There were major stakes. I always enjoyed Cap from the previous movies, but this movie is when I decided he was my favorite Avenger. His arc over the course of the movies really take a turn here even if his morals were never shaken. The action was amazing. Sebastian Stan as Bucky/Winter Soldier was delightfully tragic (also made me love Bucky to pieces, he’s not a villain and I understand Steve’s reasons in Civil War) I haven’t reviewed this movie but when I do my MCU marathon, I shall.
Birdman, Dawn of the Planet of the Apes, Guardians of the Galaxy, John Wick, Nightcrawler, Whiplash, Selma, How to Train Your Dragon 2, Edge of Tomorrow, Snowpiercer, Kingsman: The Secret Service
Top Film: Creed
This was hard because there wasn’t a lot of movies I loved, or that stuck with me this year. It came down to Room and Creed, but I chose Creed because I remember all the work, I put in just to watch it. I did a Rocky marathon, I managed to get pre-screening tickets to see it, I did some magazine contest or something. Then I saw it in the movies like three more times lol. I love this movie. I love Michael B. Jordan, I still feel like this movie got ignored a lot during awards season. Annoying. But I liked the journey that both Rocky and Donny go on in this film. I root for the relationship blooming with Donny and Bianca. I like the music choices. The fight scenes were both fantastic and I loved that Donny didn’t win at the end. Yes, I know it’s very much like Rocky in that it’s formulaic but when I watch it, I’m not thinking of the similarities, I’m thinking of the possibilities of what they could continue to do.
I believe my favorite film of this year at the time was La La Land and I don’t care, I loved it. But now that it’s been a little while, I recognize that I would much rather watch Zootopia (which was my number two film) and that Moonlight holds so much more weight.
Moonlight is a beautifully subtle film that goes through the life of this one young man. As a child, a teenager and a young man and we see him go through different things that help shape who he might choose to be later. Not to mention, there is a love story that stretches over two parts of his life and that’s handled without feeling to “try hard”. It’s beautiful. My favorite section is the “Chiron” part when he’s a teenager.
Zootopia is one of Disney’s best. It’s a cute animated, mystery adventure but at its center is a lot of reference to social issues. I’ve seen it many times and every time I watch it, I manage to catch something different each time. The voice cast is great, it’s funny, it’s colorful, kids can enjoy it and so can adults.
This was my favorite movie of the year even when I did my Top Movies list. I really loved this movie. I really felt like I was watching someone’s life instead of a movie. As always, Saoirse Ronan was great and her tumultuous relationship with her mother was hilarious and tragic at the same time. For a debut film, Greta Gerwig had a gem.
Call Me by Your Name, Baby Driver, Coco, Get Out, IT, Thor: Ragnarök, Logan, Split, Spider-Man: Homecoming, Wonder Woman, Your Name, John Wick: Chapter 2, Beauty and the Beast, Sleight, Girl’s Trip, My Friend Dahmer
Top Films: Black Panther & Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Black Panther- I mean, what can I say? It was amazing. It was my number 2 for 2018 but it’s still a monumental film. I mean, I felt every bit of this movie. The acting is amazing with the standout being Michael B. Jordan’s villainous Killmonger and Dain Gurira’s Okoye. The music, the costumes, the emotional story… this movie is amazing and for the ages!
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse- This is THE best Spider-Man film. The animation was unique and amazing. The characters were well written, well-acted and the message behind the story can touch anyone. It’s a bit of a coming of age story as well because Miles must really come into his own as a superhero, as someone who can trust himself be confident enough to embrace his new role. Not to mention, little kids can see themselves in Miles but especially little black and brown boys.
A Quiet Place, Avengers: Infinity War, Sorry to Bother You, The Hate U Give, Love Simon, Incredibles 2, Mission Impossible Fallout, Bumblebee,
Top Film: Aladdin
Obviously, this wasn’t my “best of the year” but it’s probably my favorite. I saw it fives time in the theaters, no shame, and I love it. I don’t care about any negative things about. I loved it lol. It’s a remake but I thought it had a lot of heart, the costumes were great, I loved the music, even the changes to some of the classic songs and Jasmine’s new song. I think it’s an easy movie to watch and have a good time.
Knives Out, Booksmart, Aladdin, Queen & Slim, Little Women, Shazam! Spider-Man: Far from Home
So! That’s my movie decade in review! Of course, these are my opinions and I just had to share the movies that made an impression in the last decade.
Please share your favorite movies from the decade in the comments below! I would love to read your choices!
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So the 2017 Academy Awards! Just like last year, my friend and I tried to watch as many as we could. A lot of them, I saw before the nominations were announced so there some headway regardless. So this piece, is just for me to recap what happened Sunday night, or at least some of the more memorable things. I will also put the winners here as well.
Also, I tried to get all of my reviews up before the Oscars, but between work, school and me being tired, it didn’t work out the way I wanted it to, so I have some movie reviews coming up in the next few days. Hopefully they will go in this order, but we’ll see. There are also some book reviews in there.
Captain Fantastic, Collateral Beauty, John Wick: Chapter 2, Get Out, Moonlight, and Rock Dog.
Kong: Skull Island should be coming some time this week as well.
Oscars 2017 Winners!
Actor in a Leading Role: Casey Affleck- Manchester by the Sea
Actress in a Leading Role: Emma Stone- La La Land
Actor in a Supporting Role: Mahershala Ali- Moonlight
Actress in a Supporting Role: Viola Davis- Fences
Animated Feature Film:Zootopia
Cinematography:La La Land
Costume Design:Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
Directing:La La Land
Documentary (Feature):O.J. Made in America
Documentary (Short Subject):The White Helmets
Film Editing:Hacksaw Ridge
Foreign Language Film:The Salesman
Makeup and Hairstyling:Suicide Squad
Music (Original Score):La La Land
Music (Original Song): “City of Stars” from La La Land
Production Design:La La Land
Short Film (Animated):Piper
Short Film (Live Action):Sing
Sound Mixing:Hacksaw Ridge
Visual Effects:The Jungle Book
Writing (Adapted Screenplay):Moonlight
Writing (Original Screenplay):Manchester by the Sea
The Red Carpet is always amazing. It’s so fun to see what people decide to wear. I know people don’t always pay attention to the guys, but there was some dapper men dressed up last night. Some of my favorite looks.
Viola Davis Hailee Steinfeld Brie Larson
Emma Stone Taraji P. Henson Dev Patel
Janelle Monae Kirsten Dunst Octavia Spencer
Mahershala Ali Riz Ahmed John Legend & Chrissy Teigan
I mean, I think there were others I liked, but off the top of my head, these are the ones I remembered. Now here are the ones I was like… meh.
Dakota Johnson Jessica Biel
This next picture… I liked her dress… but the winner of the night was her hair. I think Halle Berry usually looks great on the red carpet. I’m not a fan of her acting most times but she can show up on the carpet. However, I don’t know what happened with her hair here. It looked like it was going to take flight. Twitter was ablaze with comments, it was hilarious.
Jimmy Kimmel. I don’t know. I mean, there were definitely times where I enjoyed him. The Hunger Games like tribute air drop things were cute. There was a joke he made about Moonlight in the beginning “All of the movies are sad this year, a lot of them have no happy endings unless you count the middle of Moonlight” or something like that, that made me cackle. But he was inconsistent, at least in his humor (but humor is subjective ya know).
I didn’t particularly like the Tour Bus thing. I mean, it was cute, I enjoyed how some of the people were reacting, but after a while, it started to be a bit too long. I know I would have been embarrassed after being walking around a movie lot, or being on a tour bus for a while. I mean, I would want to meet people whose work I admire while looking nice.
Lin Manuel Miranda and Auli’i Cravalho perform “How Far I’ll Go” from Moana.
So I loved this performance. It was so great. The video is below for your viewing pleasure. I did want Lin-Manuel Miranda to win and get his EGOT, I love the movie, I love the song. I wish he would have won but at least we got to see this performance because Auli’i Cravalho is a professional and I think she has a bright future ahead of her.
The Best Picture Flub
You can watch the awkwardness below. So, it’s no surprise that I quite enjoyed La La Land. It was my favorite of the year last year, at least I kept going back and forth with that and Zootopia. I even gave it a 5/5 which I still stand by, going over it again, I would recognize a couple more “cons” but I wouldn’t change my score. With that said, I don’t think it’s Best Picture worthy. I wouldn’t have voted for it, especially after I saw Moonlight. So, I was rooting for Moonlight to win most of the awards it was nominated for: Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Directing, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture.
I thought it was strange how Warren Beatty kept pausing and looking around when he was supposed to be calling the winner. Faye Dunaway laughed and was urging him to say the winner. I thought “what is he doing?”, then he showed her the card and she shouted “La La Land!” and I went “NO! BOOO!” and of course Twitter exploded, as did some of my friends on Facebook. Someone immediately said “F*** right off” (that cracked me up). I was already looking for the gif from Get Out where the “maid” said “no, no, no”. I wasn’t listening to the speeches until Jordan Horowitz (Producer from La La Land) interrupted and said it was a mistake. I sat up so quickly “Are they serious?” “What’s going on?” “This isn’t funny.” I watched as Horowitz said it was a mistake, snatched the card away from Warren Beatty (I mean, chill out lol), and showed us the card. It sure enough said Moonlight. I was so shocked that I couldn’t even react the way I wanted to initially. Mr. Beatty explained what happened and I feel bad for him, but I think he also should have said something when he was confused, instead after Faye Dunaway read the card (which she also should have looked more closely), he just let the crew of La La Land come up. It was strange. I do feel bad for everyone involved. That’s harsh but YAY FOR MOONLIGHT! Much more deserving.
My thoughts on Awards Given
I didn’t get the chance to see everything that won but I saw a nice majority and a lot of the awards I agree with.
I do think La La Land was deserving in their Cinematography and Music (Original Score) wins. I don’t think they should have won Best Director or Production Design (I think I missed something but I’m not sure what it is). I’m still salty about that Original Song though.
Moonlight won for Actor in a Supporting Role, Best Picture, Writing (Adapted Screenplay) and it also should have won for Best Directing (I will definitely go into that when I post my review).
Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them rightfully won for Costume Design and should have also won for Production Design. Yay for a Harry Potter film to win an Oscar, it was a long time coming.
Suicide Squad won for Makeup and Hairstyling. I’m legit cackling and rolling my eyes because now that film can call it self an Oscar winner but I mean, one of the things it did right was the look of the characters. So, I guess it can have that.
Zootopia rightfully won for Best Animated Feature Film because it’s amazing. I would have been okay if any of the nominees won because I liked them all, but Zootopia is the better film out of the options (though I think Kubo and the Two Strings was the biggest contender).
I saw someone say on Twitter that Zootopia was the Crash of Animated Films and that actually made me upset. I don’t agree. I saw Crash once, a long time ago and I thought it was preachy and tried to do too much, there was some good stuff in it but it felt forceful (not to mention, no one really wanted it to win). However, Zootopia was very clever in how they handled the topics presented, it’s a very two tones film, very layered. It can be watched as a kid’s movie, no worries in the world, it’s cute, it’s colorful, fun and the characters are all likable. Crash was not like that. On the other hand, it also had a lot of deep undertones, talking about racial and gender equality among other things. I remember seeing it for the first time and going “okay cute movie” then it turned into “wow… Disney, that’s deep.” So I disagree with that statement so much.
Casey Affleck vs Denzel Washington for Actor in a Leading Role.
So I saw both films, I think Manchester by the Sea was a great movie as was Fences. I thought both actors did great jobs in their roles, and I think it’s easy to see why Denzel wanted that award so much, August Wilson is important to him, that play is important to him and I personally think he should have won. It seemed to me that Casey Affleck thought the same thing due to his reaction to winning. I’m sure he was grateful for the win, but he seemed so flustered that his head was down almost the entire time. Both films are a lot to take in and both performances were nuanced in their own way but I thought Denzel Washington was stronger. I knew it was going to be between the two of them but it was interesting to see what happened.
Emma Stone for Actress in a Leading Role.
I don’t really have a problem with this only because La La Land was the only film I saw in the Actress in a Leading Role category. I wanted to see the others, but I didn’t get the chance unfortunately. I thought Ruth Negga had a chance from what I heard of her performance (plus, it would have been nice to see all Actor awards held by black people but ya know), but I wasn’t upset by this because of that fact. I may feel differently once I see the other films (like how I was upset at Jennifer Lawrence beating out Quvenzhané Wallis that one year) but can’t say about it for now. Besides, I thought Emma Stone did very well in La La Land, she was the star of that film. Just make smart after Oscar choices Emma. I’ll still like you though regardless.
Actor and Actress in Supporting Roles.
Viola Davis in Fences
Oh my goodness, so deserving. I still feel like she should have been nominated for Actress in a Leading Role and I think she should win for that but who knows if they would have picked her over Emma Stone in that category. Her speech was amazing. She is amazing. That dress was amazing. VIOLA!!! She is the only black woman to have an Emmy, Oscar and Tony all for acting. A coworker said that now Beyonce just needs to sample Viola’s speech in a song so Viola can get her Grammy and have her EGOT lol. I agree! She can do no wrong to me, she is amazing. I also know she had me all the way stressed out on that “How To Get Away with Murder” finale though. I need answers Viola.
Mahershala Ali in Moonlight.
I don’t want to talk about this much here as I’m going to do a review for the film, but this dude is amazing. First thing I saw him in was The Hunger Games: Mockingjay 1 and 2 (unfortunately) which I didn’t realize he was in those. He was a standout in Free State of Jones and then of course “Luke Cage” where he was also a standout (scary dude), he was in Kicks (which was one of my favorite movies last year) and then this film. He deserves all the awards. His speech was also very well done. He seems so likable, and he is fine. I can’t wait to see what else he’s going to do.
So that’s my Oscars 2017 Recap. Stay tuned for my Captain Fantastic movie review!
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*Summary: From the largest elephant to the smallest shrew, the city of Zootopia is a mammal metropolis where various animals live and thrive. When Judy Hopps becomes the first rabbit to join the police force, she quickly learns how tough it is to enforce the law. Determined to prove herself, Judy jumps at the opportunity to solve a mysterious case. Unfortunately, that means working with Nick Wilde, a wily fox who makes her job even harder.
Cast & Characters. All of the characters are different, colorful and memorable. Of course the two leads are the best things ever but those who are “important” are for the film.
Ginnifer Goodwin as Judy Hopps. I love Ginnifer Goodwin, she’s so cute and her voice is always light so it matches right with the physicality and personality of her character: headstrong, stubborn, determined, over-achiever etc. Judy Hopps is a bunny who has big dreams of being a police officer in Zootopia, she wants to change the world. She becomes the first bunny officer and is determined to make her mark on the world. Goodwin voices Judy with such youth that I cannot imagine her being by another person. She also does emotion very well (I mean she should, she is Snow White in Once Upon a Time).
Jason Bateman as Nick Wilde. He is my favorite character as Nick is a fox, who is a street smart hustler, he had a hard experience that’s made him cynical and while he lives in this world, he’s not interested in living in it with anyone else as he knows how the world views him. He is the perfect foil to Judy’s optimism. Bateman’s voice is pretty prefect here, especially with how Nick is drawn, he can do cynical and sarcastic very well and it fits next to Goodwin’s light portrayal. But he does do excitement so well too “Ooooo it’s so fluffy! Lamb’s never let me get this close” lol.
The other characters. I didn’t want to sit here and go through everyone, as per usual so I’ll just mention them. Idris Elba as Chief Bogo was great, he was hilarious and with him using his real accent helped the intimidation factor and the condescending tones he used. Jenny Slate as Bellwether, her voice is amazing. I love raspy voices, especially in animation and with her being a lamb, it was such perfect casting as she’s kind of pitiful and with this gentle raspy voice it’s best it’s coming out of a lamb’s mouth. Nate Torrence as Clawhauser was adorable and a great “sidekick” type character. J. Johan Jameson as Mayor Lionheart was also great, his booming voice coming out of a slightly vain and rude lion was a great addition.
The Story. Now, this story isn’t anything new, at least at it’s basis. Young hero meets cynical rogue character and they embark on a journey the rogue doesn’t want to go on but they end up working very well together (sometimes there’s romance) and become close along the way. However, the addition to the characters all being predators and prey who live together allows for some interesting story telling. The fact that everyone lives in harmony is both cool and nerve wracking for the animals living in this world, but now the predators are going savage and the ZPD is on the case. Judy gets involved because she wants to be a real cop and do what’s she always set out to do. It’s a story of self discovery as well as breaking these mysterious cases. There’s also a lot of real world parallels here that I will touch on later.
The Sloth Scene. I don’t think I’ve ever laughed so hard at a scene every time I see as much as I do with this scene. I’ve seen the movie four times now, the first time in the theaters and I crack up every time. “Ahahahahaha omg omg omg omg hahahahahaha *chuckle chuckle* ahahahaha ohhhh”. Whoever came up with the bright idea to have sloths represent the workers at a DMV was genius and deserves a medal because that was absolutely amazing.
The Real World Parallels. When I first watched this, it was all clear. I don’t know if this was intentional or not but I got it. This comparison may contain spoilers but I’m trying not to do that and hopefully you’ve seen this movie by now. Onwards! Now, Judy represents the small town girl, with big blue eyes who dreams of changing the world, she works hard, she is determined and she’s going to make her mark no matter what anyone says. She also believes she is the most “progressive” in her family and town as she is not “afraid” of predators as they should all be living in harmony, especially in Zootopia which promotes that.
Nick represents the black guy who when he was younger, also had big dreams but after being treated wrongly but others due to him a fox/predator/black his world view darkens. He grows up upset at the world for not seeing anything past his skin color (him being a “sly fox”), so he hustles because he’s smart. He doesn’t have any hope that things will change no matter how much they promote “love peace and happiness” and he just does what he has to do. When they meet, he’s hustling her but of course she (along with some of the audience but game recognizes game amirite?) buys it after being naturally suspicious and scared of him. She even has fox repellant. After seeing how he’s treated in a public place she steps in because you know she’s so progressive but then tells him “he’s a real articulate fella”. There is another great scene where Nick easily points her closest racism. Now Judy also experiences this as she is a bunny and wants to be a cop but that just makes her work harder to prove it all wrong.
Without telling the entire movie, which I’m sorry if you haven’t seen it and you read those last few paragraphs, but I really liked how this movie pulls from those things and uses them as basic characteristics. People are people and there will always be obstacles, whether it that you’re the first woman to enter a field, or the first person of color to do so… it’s what you decide to do in spite of those obstacles, in spite of people telling you “you can’t” that makes the messages in this movie great.
Judy and Nick’s Friendship/Chemistry. lol yes two animated characters who are different species had great chemistry. Among other things, this film is also a “buddy cop comedy” and though Nick and Judy don’t start off on a great foot, they turn into a strong friendship even if Nick doesn’t want to be friends and while Judy is still maybe a little scared of him, she forces the friendship. But it naturally evolves, especially when they’re in Tundratown and Nick stands up for Judy. That was a good turning point for their friendship.
The World of Zootopia. It’s a very unique world, with the different types of sub worlds: Tundratown, Sahara Square, Rainforest District and Zootopia which is like the city center. The many doors for the different sized animals on the train, how the hamsters have their own little tubes to get around… among other things, wow, it was so creative. I love it.
The Villain. Disney has a good track record with their villains and without spoiling it, I think this one isn’t any different. Who knows, it might be easy to figure out and it may not, but either way, their motives and actions are actually pretty smart.
Not a Kid’s Movie. A lot of animated movies are directed towards young kids and while this is an animated and Disney film, it’s very much mature with adult themes. I’m sure kids will get it because they’re not all ignorant to what’s going on but it isn’t straight up aimed at them that adults can’t enjoy it, especially with the characterizations and parallels.
The Animation. Such a beautiful movie, owning the blu-ray makes it even better, but the attention to detail with the animals, and the twitching bunny noses, or the fluffy fox tails (let’s be real, someone was watching Disney’s Robin Hood when they were designing Nick’s character), the way otters move when they’re not walking on two legs, the twitch of wolves’ ears. It’s just so bright and clean. I love it.
Hmmmm, I can’t think of one. lol. So yeah. If I do, maybe I’ll edit lol.
Overall, I adore Zootopia. I think this movie contains great leading characters, represents a lot of different tropes that parallel real life, as well as containing mature, adult themes that are easily relatable. It is so layered that it’s definitely something adults would enjoy. It touches on racism, gender roles, drug abuse, relationships both friendships and familial. It’s more than just a fun animated film.
Zootopia itself is a well animated place, as well as the animals that inhabit that world. Judy and Nick carry the film with their chemistry and friendship, as well as the emotional scenes that come with their characters. The supporting characters are lovable and memorable, the music (including the main song) fits in so well with the film and it’s so beautiful to look at.
It’s so hard to talk about this film without gushing because I loved it to pieces. I think this film is one of the best Disney films since The Lion King and is part of the possible four movies that could be another “Renaissance” for Disney. It started with Frozen (no matter what you think), Big Hero 6, Zootopia and if Moana hits the way I really want it to, then we’ll have another four Disney films that were amazing (The Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Aladdin, The Lion King). Zootopia is a universal movie, it’s one of those films that will not be easily forgotten, unless you have a really bad memory. It had the possibility and chance to be dark and there’s a part of of me that wants to see that version, because it almost existed but I’m also extremely happy with what we got here.
Rating: 5 out of 5 stars. *sings gloriously*
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