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Thursday, April 17, 2014

Disney's Bears Review: Pretty Pictures Don't Tell Whole Story

Momma Bear tries to protect her young in this decent docu-drama.

Review by: Matt Cummings

Of all the divisions of Disney, one might forget to mention their documentary arm called DisneyNature. Producers and distributors of African Cats, Chimpanzees and Oceans, the company has put together an uneven library aimed mostly at the young ones. Their newest release Bears doesn't get it quite right, but the photography and its lighthearted nature might eventually win you over.

Shot over a year, we are introduced to the momma brown bear Sky, who's given birth to Amber and Scout (all names here are imagined by the film's producers). Amber sticks close to momma, while Scout becomes the center of troubles throughout the picture. From being chased by superior male bears hoping for a snack to a hungry wolf who won't say no, Sky's search for food leads to her ever-thinning frame, while Scout and Amber try not to get killed.

Narrated by John C. Reily, the film tries to mix lighthearted scenes of bears accidentally dropping rocks on each other and being bitch-slapped by salmon, while telling the more interesting story of nature and its various complexities. Giant male bears Chinook and Magnus throw down several times, while the salmon's story of moving upstream provides for a great balance. But it does feel that Directors Alastair Fothergill and Keith Scholey add a little too much drama into things, especially as the film heads into the second act. Bears is at its best when it simply allows these massive beasts to be...bears, rather than stitching disconnected scenes into a fake narrative. The story of nature doesn't need such a crutch, and this imagined storytelling somewhat reduces the stellar photography.

Even with these issues, Bears eventually wins us over. Its goofy antics and light-hearted nature might be DisneyNature's best yet. For every cute and cuddly moment of Amber clinging to Sky, we get the ugly slobbering bear, the hunting bear, and the constant challenges nature throws at them. Its message is powerful without standing on a soapbox to do so, which should keep kids returning to it over the years.

Disney's Bears doesn't quite make it as a documentary for adults, filling it with imagined threats to keep us awake. This is a film for the youngest in your family, who will probably find themselves ensconced in familiar themes of love and devotion to mom (sorry guys, there's no dad here), while dramatic avalanches occur right next to Sky. That's the value behind Bears, capturing nature in its rawest form, and one that eventually wins us over. See this on the biggest screen you can to take advantage of the gorgeous vistas, but be prepared for a little docu-drama along the way.

Disney's Bears is rated G and has a runtime of 78 minutes.

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TV Recap: Supernatural "Meta Fiction" By: Sue

TV Recap: Supernatural  "Meta Fiction"
By: Sue

A record plays, and there is typing, another Supernatural book is being written, this time at the hands of Metatron. He ponders what makes a good story, the concept, the writer, or the reader. He plans to tell a little story and let the viewer decide, and well opening up with Dean in the shower isn’t exactly a bad way to start. Dean looks at his reflection, eyes haunted, his attention turns to the mark of Cain. Dressed, Dean goes to see what Sam has found. He has leads, but no Abaddon. The boys prepare to get to work.

Castiel looks for something, and his trust coat rips. They just don’t make trenchcoats like they use to. There are bloody hand prints on the wall, and Castiel finds slain bodies all around. On the wall is a odd glowing symbol, which fades to blood red. Castiel takes a picture of it. A girl tries to stab Castiel in the back with an angel blade. The half mutilated Hannah tells Castiel that she heard a tone that sounded like Heaven, it felt safe, there were others. An Angel came, told them to fight for Metatron and they could return to heaven. Some angels joined, she and her friends refused, and were destroyed. Cas is sorry for their loss, and he heals her. She recognizes him, the one who took a stand against Bartholomew. She asks if he will lead them against Metatron, but he is no leader, he will make Metatron pay though. She wishes to help him, but he refuses, knowing she’s safer away from him.

Castiel tells the boys that Gadriel is the angel that slaughtered the rest, he was told by Metatron to kill angel, of changing prophecies. Dean questions the Heaven enticement. The spell was suppose to close the doors of heaven permanently, but that is just what Crowley told them. Sam wants to find Gadriel and beat the info out of him, someone is still harboring a grudge. Castiel shares the odd symbol, the angel magnet, which had some odd ingredients including griffon feathers and fairy bones. Castiel asks how Dean is, Castiel misses his wings. Sam has come up with a hit on the symbol in police files, it has been at the scene of several multiple homicide locations. Crimescenes in industial cities of Utah, headed North. The trio chose the two most likely candidates and divide and conquer. Dean and Sam remember another Utah case, and plan to check out a source.

Someone goes into a shop looking for Griffon feathers, its Gadriel. The shop keeper laughs it off as Harry Potter wares, but with a hunters symbol on the door, he gets the shop keeper to show him a secret stash. He asks about fairy bones next, more laughs. He asks what Gadriel is hunting, and he merely tells him he’s hunting family.

Castiel prepares to leave his hotel with Casa Erotica 14 comes on the screen. Is that Uncle Richard? Castiel cannot turn off the TV, and so he watches the inappropriate fare. It is Gabriel! And of course Castiel remembers him. With a snap Gabriel is back! And he needs Castiel’s help. Castiel thought he was dead, but of course he was not. He faked his own death, and was in hiding in Heaven, up until Castiel and the others slammed the gates shut. He dropped and hid until Metatron sent his men after him. As an Archangel, Metatron thought that Gabriel has extra juice. He spent his time in porn, until someone started playing his song, with the Horn of Gabriel. It was a party favor that he never got around to messing with. Metatron started blowing it, and so Gabriel came out of hiding, safety in numbers and all. Metatron isn’t blowing the horn, Castiel tells him, its Gadriel. Gabriel plans to get the band back together to hunt down Metatron, and Castiel is being recruited.

Dean and Sam make it to the shop, but its closed up tight. Dean finds an open box of feathers, and Sam finds the slain shop keeper. They need to find Gadriel before he lights up the bat signal.

Cas makes a call into Dean, and Gabriel pilfers the cell, in the name of safe driving and all. Gabriel leaves a saucy little message, and tells them that they’re headed to their home. Gabriel tells him that after the whole falling angels, he saw Crowley and Abaddon duking it out, and their brethren scattered to the wind. Most angels are not like them, they cannot handle the whole free will thing, which makes them different, rebels. Castiel is still on the whole I’m just a soldier thing, but Gabriel doesn’t believe it for a second. Gabriel is finally ready to step up, and take control, and Castiel is more than happy to follow. Castiel heads to a gas station, which looks surprisingly familiar from that time that Castiel worked in a gas station. The minions of Metatron just happen to show ip at the same gas station.

Gadriel is slow to make his getaway after the whole killing of the store keeper, and Sam spies the angel. He puts a call into Castiel telling him that they need help as Gadriel lurks in the shadows, looking to take Sam by surprise, but its him that gets surprised. Dean drops a flame from above, lighting his containment circle, someone just got played.

Gabriel knows there is no way to keep the minions out, and Castiel is prepared to fight. Gabriel is ready to be a one man army. He confesses he didn’t watch Downton Abbey, and he’s got some Archangel juice left, enough to hold them off, long enough for Castiel to get out. Gabriel wants to make a hole, so Castiel can be a leader. Castiel doesn’t want to be a leader, but Gabriel can’t fail in this. He goes to sheath his blade and notices that his pocket isn’t ripped. Oops someone has a continuity error. Castiel knows that it can’t be real. Gabriel urges him out, as the blonde minion busts down the door, but Castiel knows that Gabriel is already dead. He slides the blade into him, nothing happens. Gabriel snaps his fingers, asking what gave it away. The torn coat. Castiel realizes that none of it was real, but all true. Gabriel tells him to hear out Metatron, that he’s trying to help out, he just doesn’t know how since he didn’t actually read the whole script. It was a great visit, and before he can leave, Castiel asks if he’s dead. He gives a very Trickster look, and snaps his fingers. So there is still hope of Uncle Richard returning later, right? Right! Castiel wakes, bound and gagged in Metatron’s study. Metatron types. He asks the beginning question, what makes a story work.

Gadriel taunts Sam, as he asks how long he’s been working for Metatron. Gadriel refuses to talk, and Sam is close to losing control. Dean reigns him back in.

Metatron wanted to tell Castiel a story, but his story failed. He alludes to Sherlock Holmes, but Cas knows nothing of it. He’s been around forever, but has yet to read the classics, Metatron angel blasts his brain with every movie and book he’s seen in the last millennium. The universe is made up of stories not atoms. Castiel recognizes the quote. Metatron goes on about writers club, and its rules. Every hero needs a villain. He set everything up, Hannah and her fellow angels getting slaughtered. He told Gadriel to slaughter them all,but let one live to tell the tale. Cas asks if it’s true, can he bring the angels back to heaven. Metatron laughs, that was never the point. He wants Castiel to lead the angels, but Castiel is no leader. Metatron studied the Winchester gospels, and burns them now. They gave him an idea, Castiel needed a lesson, and no one gives better lessons than Gabriel, so he started typing. He didn’t do it to make Cas a better hero, he’s no hero at all. Metatron thinks he’s the hero, and Castiel the villain.

They knows that Gadriel isn’t going to crack that fast, but Sam thinks that they can hack the angel, like Crowley hacked him. Crowley is the only one that can do the hack though, and Dean won’t call him, they need Cas, but the GPS on Cas’ phone shows that he hasn’t left the town he was in the last time they talked to him, or his phone hasn’t. Dean tells him that he has to go find him. Sam is too close to it, and Dean has it. Sam goes, and Dean gets to play good cop or so Gadriel thinks. Dean doesn’t really care if Gadriel talks, he wants payback for Sam and Kevin.

Metatron asks if Castiel knows why he didn’t kill him after he stole his grace, because he genuinely likes him. He left him human, hoping Castiel would find his happily ever after, but now, its death or fall back in line. Metatron wants him to lead the rebel angels against him so he can slaughter them, and he promises to save Castiel a nice warm seat up top for him. Castiel refuses. Metatron didn’t want to do the hard pitch, but he will. He asks about the stolen grace, tells him that it’s burning out, will burn him out. He offers an endless supply of rechargeable batteries. Metatron’s secretary interrupts with Gadriel trouble.

Gadriel meanwhile is getting sliced and diced by Dean. Dean offers him a deal, tell him about getting into heaven, and he’ll make it a quick death. Gadriel taunts him, tells him that Sam would not trade his life for his. Sam has told him that and worse. He asks if Sam told him how he pities him because of his daddy issues, that he’s a sad coward. Dean punches him, Gadriel continues his ranting trying to get dean to kill him. Dean lunges, but stops short. Gadriel begs for death, but Dean won’t deliver it. Gadriel isn’t afraid to die, but to rot in chains forever.

Sam heads to Castiel’s hotel room. Dean to a dirty bathroom. Inside Sam finds a bunch of pictures crossed out. Dean tries to clean up. Sam finds Castiel’s cell phone, when he gets a visit from Metatron, he wants to trade. The mark of Cain is bothering Dean. Metraton wants an even trade, otherwise Castiel isn’t coming back this time. Dean has a bad bad look on his face, and he leaves behind his phone. Sam heads back and finds Gadriel out of his chair. Dean is sitting against the wall. Gadriel looks bad. Dean didn’t kill him, he managed to reign himself in at the last moment. The boys don’t trust Metatron, but they do want to use this opportunity to trap him.

Metatron is late, well not really late, he was waiting for the boys to set up their trap. He makes sure that he’s in the right position, and Dean reluctantly lights the fire. Metatron makes a big show of being hurt by the holy fire, but it’s nothing to him. He blows it out. The boys pull out their blades, but Metatron pushes them back. He opens Dean’s trunk blowing away his Angel trap. Metatron releases Gadriel, as his angels arrive with Castiel. He’s confident that there is nothing that Dean, Sam, and Castiel can do to stop him, but he’ll enjoy watching them try. He reminds Castiel that he gave him a chance.

At the Cedar Lodge, Dean wants answers. Castiel tells him that Metatron wants to play God. Sam remarks that he is God. He erased Angel warding, and blew out holy fire. He’s powering up with the angel tablet. Dean tries to regroup, think of how to find the stairway to heaven. Sam makes a Star Wars reference, and Castiel gets it. Dean is surprised, and asks if Castiel is all right. They both are. Dean tries to pat Castiel, but Castiel stops him, sees his mark, and taps Dean out of the game. Dean bows out, leaving the offer of help on the table. Cas tells Sam to keep an eye on him. The boys leave Castiel in the parking lot.

Gadriel is brought to see Metatron. He thinks that the way home is safe. He asks Metatron how his play turned out, it didn’t turn out as he had expected, but he plans to make revisions before publishing them. Gadriel asks if the Winchesters grabbing him was part of the plan, that was a surprise, a happy little twist. He tells him that his job is to set up interesting characters to see where they lead him, the byproduct of interesting characters is the twists they cause, but none of that matters as long as they play their part since he’s the only one that knows the ending.

Sam worries over Dean. Castiel goes back to his room and tears down his angel trackings, as Metatron continues tapping away at his keys. Castiel makes an angel horn and calls angels forth, as he was suppose to. Among those that arrive is Hannah. Metatron continues his work calling himself God. For now this story is to be continued.

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Wednesday, April 16, 2014

X-Men To Appear In The Amazing Spider-Man 2

It's not exactly unusual for superheroes to team up. Spider-Man and the X-Men have done so on numerous occasions in the comics, so it should come as no surprise that they are doing so again - sort of - on the big screen. But surprise! There is an X-Men: Days Of Future Past clip in the credits of The Amazing Spider-Man 2, which marks a possible new era of collaboration between competing studios with Fox and Sony working together.

Now this isn't a post-credits sting as we've seen before in the Marvel universe, setting up some sort of crossover between the two worlds. Rather, it's a clip from the X-film that gives us a taste of the action we're in for. We've been told by Sony that the clip will be attached to the film in the UK.

The scene featured sees Jennifer Lawrence's Mystique, Lucas Till's Havok and Evan Jonigkeit's Toad taking on William Stryker (Josh Helman) and his military men. Without wishing to spoil anything, let's just say that Mystique once again demonstrates her formidable fighting skills in the brief segment.

Presumably there have been significant negotiations leading to this point, and the comic nerd in all of us hopes that someone said, over coffee during a break in the meeting, "Hey, how about we get these crazy kids together properly?" At the very least, this could lead to, next time, content being filmed expressly for this sort of crossover activity.

Neither is this the first attempt at co-operation between studios sharing the Marvel universe: there were early talks to have the Oscorp building appear in the New York skyline of Avengers, perhaps envisioning an exchange where Stark Tower would show up behind Spidey. However, this clip is still a step towards a unified Marvel theory universe, which would be unspeakably cool - even if it is unlikely to happen anytime soon.

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"If I Stay" Trailer Has Arrived

Though we’ve gotten used to novel adaptations based around teens leaning towards dystopian futures or romances with supernatural creatures, the tearjerkers are coming back in force with the grounded likes of The Fault In Our Stars. If I Stay, however, treads both a fantastical and a romantic line, and the first trailer has arrived.

Adapted from Gayle Forman’s 2009 bestseller, the film stars Chloe Moretz as Mia Hall, a young music prodigy who is experiencing her first taste of love with rocker Adam (Jamie Blackley). Wavering between her Julliard ambitions and her blossoming personal life, Mia is cast into an even more difficult situation when a devastating car crash kills her parents (Mireille Enos and Joshua Leonard) and leaves her in a coma.

Caught between life and death in a limbo state, Mia must choose between fighting to live in a world where she’ll face tragedy and passing on to a presumably peaceful death. The film itself has survived a period in limbo, originally set up back in 2009 with Dakota Fanning attached, it was moved to MGM after a period in turnaround and is finally ready to hit the screen.

With a script by Whip It’s Shauna Cross and R.J. Cutler calling the shots, If I Stay also features Lauren Lee Smith, Jakob Davies and Liana Liberato

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Feast your eyes on the brand new teaser trailer for THE GREEN INFERNO, the much anticipated new film from the twisted mind of horror master Eli Roth, via Moviefone


Directed, co-written, and produced by Roth (Cabin Fever, Hostel franchise), THE GREEN INFERNO follows a group of student activists who travel from New York City to the Amazon to save a tribe from extinction. In an unfortunate twist of fate, when the group arrives, they are taken hostage by the very tribe they sought to protect.

Starring Lorenza Izzo, Ariel Levy, Daryl Sabara, THE GREEN INFERNO will be in theaters everywhere September 5th.

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VIKINGS: Season 2 Episode 8 “Boneless” Clips & Photos

Hopefully you’ve recovered from last weeks’ epic Blood Eagle because it’s time to set sail for episode eight on season two of HISTORY’s Vikings!

Boneless”- April 17th at 10 p.m.
Princess Aslaug’s latest prophecy comes to fruition as she readies to give birth once more. Ragnar, Horik and their new ally Lagertha set sail for Wessex - Ragnar and Horik have very different ideas about the true purpose of this trip.



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Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 In Oakland

Win Tickets To An Advance Screening For A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 on Thursday, April 17 at 7:00PM in Oakland.

A HAUNTED HOUSE 2 is an upcoming 2014 American comedy horror film directed by Michael Tiddes and starring Marlon Wayans. The film is the sequel to the 2013 film A Haunted House.

After losing his possessed girlfriend Kisha (Essence Atkins) in a car crash, Malcolm (Marlon Wayans) meets and falls for Megan, a single white mother of two. As he moves into a new home with the family, Malcolm discovers bizarre paranormal events surrounding the children and the property. To complicate matters, a back-from-the-dead Kisha moves in across the street, and there’s nothing worse than the scorn of a demonic ex-girlfriend

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TV Review: From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series “Place of Dead Roads”

TV Review: From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series “Place of Dead Roads”
By:  Brandon Wolfe

From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series’ hits a stride of sorts in its sixth episode. This is the first episode of the series thus far that truly distinguishes itself from the film that spawned it. Apart from the simple act of placing the characters inside the Titty Twister, there is very little in “Place of Dead Roads” that feels like merely an inflated retread of what we’ve seen before.

We begin with a flashback to Richie living in the wilderness, bearded, crazed and hunting for food. Unable to snare any big game, he settles for a nearby snake as his dinner. It is strongly implied that eating this snake is what gives him his psychic abilities, and the fact that the series opened on another flashback, to the woman who would become Santanico Pandemonium being thrown into a snake pit in the woods as part of a sacrifice, is probably not a coincidence. And if this does play out in this way, then it’s pretty funny that Richie’s psychic powers hinge entirely on the fact that he ate a random snake. The WRONG snake.

Entering the Titty Twister in the present day (and it should be noted that this version of the bar seems a bit less seedy of a dive than the previous one), the Geckos and the Fullers encounter the PG-13 equivalent of the hilarious barker played by Cheech Marin in the film (the nastiest he gets is when he alludes to an “all you can lick” buffet), whom Seth punches in the face. As in the film, Seth will not allow the Fullers to leave until after the deal with Carlos is completed. However, once inside and over drinks, the partnership between the brothers and the family is much more hostile than it was before. Jacob and Seth reached a tense sort of peace, even begrudging respect, over shots in the film, where here, Seth remains aggressive, needling Jacob, picking at familial wounds and making the wedge already existing between the two parties even greater.

But Seth has his own troubles. Where the George Clooney version of the character felt right at home amid the bar’s rowdiness, this Seth doesn’t get a good feeling from the place at all. Richie seems to enjoy himself, keeping entertained by knife-throwing for money, but Seth can’t get Carlos on the phone and starts to worry. He decides to stash the money outside, and while out there, he is jumped by the barker and his friends, and finds himself chained between two motorcycles and almost ripped apart. He is saved by a mystery man who calls himself Narciso, who also informs Seth that Carlos’ promise to take the Geckos to the promised land of El Rey is a lie.

Ranger Gonzalez arrives in Mexico and finds three severed heads mounted on pikes. One head speaks to him, pointing him in the direction of where to go, and Gonzalez doesn’t know whether or not he’s going insane. Gonzalez then stops into a diner that coincidentally has an altar in the backroom that Carlos uses as a lair. He is then apprehended by Carlos and his men, who take the mysterious knife, once owned by Richie, from him. Gonzalez tells Carlos that a war is coming, and names Narciso as someone Carlos should worry about, but Carlos is unfazed and orders the ranger to be tortured. But Gonzalez is able to free himself and kill Carlos’ vampiric henchmen before setting out for the Titty Twister.

The Fullers spend the episode attempting to figure out how to extricate themselves from their situation. Unable to reason with Seth, Kate attempts to sway Richie to let them go, even going so far as to kiss him. Jacob, meanwhile, attempts to bribe another patron to drive the family out of there, only to learn the man is a pedophile with designs on Scott. Finding no success, the family joins the brothers as they all settle in to watch as Santanico Pandemonium finally takes the stage.

As I said, “Place of Dead Roads” is where the show finally goes its own way. Technically we’re still watching the basic framework of ‘From Dusk Till Dawn’ play out, but there’s very little onscreen that directly calls attention to the parallel this week. The events and circumstances are starting to bend in their own unique directions, something that should have happened sooner than this, but is still gratifying to have happen now. Even when “Place of Dead Roads” does bring in a familiar touch, as it does with the introduction of the Sex Machine character from the film, he’s now played by Jake Busey and looks very different from the version played by Tom Savini (though he still has that same Crotch Rocket gun, but that thing pops up in everything Rodriguez does, so no big surprise). Busey has already played a character on the series, Professor Tanner from the episode ‘Mistress’, so it’s not immediately clear if Sex Machine is an alias of Tanner’s or if Busey is pulling double duty, much like how Cheech Marin played three separate characters in the film.

The ‘Dusk’ series still is far from perfect. It’s schlocky and frequently leaden in its dialogue. Also, Rodriguez could stand to cool it a bit with his characters constantly making movie references. Even the music goes a bit too reference-heavy, as when an entire scene plays out with “Malagueña Salerosa”, the song that famously played over the end credits of ‘Kill Bill: Volume 2’, playing in the background. But as it parts company more dramatically with the film, it’s becoming less tedious of an exercise and more assured in its own skin.

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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

THE FINAL Trailer For X-Men: Days Of Future Past

THE FINAL Trailer for X-Men: Days of Future Past.

X-Men: Days of Future Past is an upcoming 2014 American superhero film, based on the fictional X-Men characters appearing in Marvel Comics and on the 1981 Uncanny X-Men storyline "Days of Future Past" by Chris Claremont and John Byrne. Directed by Bryan Singer, it is the seventh film in the X-Men film series and the third X-Men film directed by Singer after 2000's X-Men and 2003's X2. It stars an ensemble cast including Hugh Jackman, James McAvoy, Michael Fassbender, Halle Berry, Anna Paquin, Jennifer Lawrence, Ellen Page, Peter Dinklage, Patrick Stewart, Ian McKellen, Shawn Ashmore, Daniel Cudmore, Nicholas Hoult, Omar Sy, Booboo Stewart, Fan Bingbing, Adan Canto, Evan Peters, Josh Helman, Evan Joingket and Lucas Till. The story is written by Simon Kinberg, Matthew Vaughn and Jane Goldman, with Kinberg writing the screenplay

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New Teaser Trailer & Poster For GONE GIRL

You Don't Know What You've Got 'Til It's...

20th Century Fox has released a NEW Teaser Trailer AND Poster of their highly anticipated thriller, GONE GIRL!

GONE GIRL – directed by David Fincher and based upon the global bestseller by Gillian Flynn – unearths the secrets at the heart of a modern marriage. On the occasion of his fifth wedding anniversary, Nick Dunne (Ben Affleck) reports that his beautiful wife, Amy (Rosamund Pike), has gone missing. Under pressure from the police and a growing media frenzy, Nick’s portrait of a blissful union begins to crumble. Soon his lies, deceits and strange behavior have everyone asking the same dark question: Did Nick Dunne kill his wife?

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