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The King's Speech

He's won almost all of the Best Actor awards this year.

A movie junkie as I am should watch the foremost contender in the Oscars and already-winner in the Globes and others. And so I have.

The King's Speech is about how King George VI (Colin Firth)—the now Queen Elizabeth II's father—overcame his stammer in time for his first war time speech. War time meaning World War II against Germany's Hitler. And he wouldn't be able to do it without the help of his speech therapist Lionel Logue (Geoffrey Rush) and also his loving wife and partner Elizabeth (Helena Bonham Carter).

Their exchanges make British humor actually funny.

That's as simple as any good story but it gets a bit of an overall treatment. A solid story is always a chunk of how good a movie is. Plus the artistic depiction of the era when the real King George VI ascended the throne, and the scenes feels legit. And then you see the three very distinguished actors do their thing, and it's a marvel to watch in an instant. Firth, I think, portrayed a stammering grownup man with real charm that you would hold your breath every time he speaks hoping he wouldn't stammer. And you can only admire Rush's portrayal of a brave man unwilling to totally give in to his monarch's whims. A toned down Bonham Carter, too, did a royal take on a soon-to-be-queen, sheepishly powerful in her own right and very lady-like.

Love her more with eyeliner, but she's still a gem without it.

It was always a thrill to appreciate British humor, kinda intelligent at some points. But I think the real edge of this movie is capturing the hearts of its audience to feel for King George VI, although there were some articles that claim the movie wasn't truthful to the real King George VI's political stance during that time. Well, The Social Network isn't completely accurate, is it?

The King's Speech gets an eight out of ten, for a total ensemble of simply brilliant acting, filmmaking, and storytelling.

*photos from 1.bp.blogspot.com, circlecinema.com, and teawithmarykate.wordpresscom


Not-So-Creative Storytelling #001

When you got a bad story to tell, you got to tell it right!
That's why we picked up untold stories so intriguing and stuffed it some more just
to make it sound right. That's what no-so-creative storytelling means!

When Kara was being groomed as a proper earth girl, they stumbled upon his brother’s monument...

Superman's monument at Metropolis park

...which no sooner stood in ruins, as warriors from Themscira tried to take her with them, and succeeded.

In Themscira was her training which no sooner again ended in another abduction, after being lectured at and exposed to a rebelling temperament.

This is where our story begins.

In the company of Darkseid, Kara was subjected to control and manipulation by scientists and sadists. They employed various techniques, mostly thru mainstream media, women empowerment, a green/Gaian agenda AND nursery rhymes (yes! yes!).

Being a highly-evolved Kryptonian, this was the first she has listened to nursery rhymes

Humpty Dumpty sat on a wall
Humpty Dumpty had a great fall
All the King's horses, and all the King's men
Couldn't put Humpty together again!

Three blind mice. Three blind mice.
See how they run. See how they run.
They all ran after the farmer's wife
Who cut off their tails with a carving knife
Did you ever see such a sight in your life
As three blind mice?

Jack and Jill went up the hill to fetch a pail of water
Jack fell down and broke his crown
And Jill came tumbling after.
(Up got Jack, and home did trot
As fast as he could caper
He went to bed and bound his head
With vinegar and brown paper.)

Now somehow, these lovely tunes broke her spirit, but brought her closer to being earthly, which was good, because everyone on Earth is either brake, broke, or broken.

Mending a broken spirit is equally important. So they supplied her with Oprah, and rabid women empowerment with straight lesbians, thunderbirds, women intellectuals and politicians, Sarah Palin, Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo, Lara Croft, Kris Aquino, Annabelle Rama, and even homosexual men. It’s disgusting.

I mean, this dude looks more male
than I am! I'm insulted.

Women’s lib and empowerment used to be good. But when they did crack, there was no stopping or silencing them.

Kara has been maturing quite fast. Thanks in part to Disney movies and princesses, and Miley Cyrus and dad.

Disney's Fantasia
Is señor Cyrus scared now? or excited? or...
Miley and sis. Click photo for more schooling
Which opened her, ready for more. Britney Spears, Rihanna, Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, etc., were all programmed to her as she got ready to join Darkseid for more direction.

"Feminizing war"
Jay-Z, Rihanna, Charice, and poor kids

Now if they got her confused, Darkseid made sure he’d play interspersed clips of porn with the first time Kal-El treated Kara with some ‘Dogs...

"Her" again? Mighty!

...every night when Kara slept on her TV. Brilliant eh?

Frequent trips to MK-ULTRA and Monarch Mind-Control solidified her conformity, at the same time drilled deep into her an equally competent manipulator herself. Only time will tell when this is going to be triggered ON. At the sound of Robert Frost’s, we might just find out
The woods are lovely, dark, and deep,
But I have promises to keep,
And miles to go before I sleep,
And miles to go before I sleep.


Two roads diverged in a wood, and I,
I took the one less traveled by,
And that has made all the difference.

Until then, we can only lavish to a now mature and empowered Kara as she defines sexier pillowfights. Ciao, Tiger.


From Hell

Now I remember how I had seen this. That is, with DXM. Because it retained the "grit"─"cutting through flesh" or "wounding" feeling, which the film can account for itself. When these two get together, the perceived or felt pain seems to be more bearable... experienciable.

Mind you, we are no longer talking about "T/true G/grit". But, should you ever wanna experience real grit, I suggest that you also gobble in DXM (next time in small-er caps).

OK! enough of them dissociatives!


Blue Valentine

This review does not contain lust.
This film got an NC17 rating at first in the U.S., which is like porn. But it is not.

Blue Valentine is about a marriage, a relationship... of love between Dean (Ryan Gosling) and Cindy (Michelle Williams). That statement may be as abstract as it is, but it's really what the film is about. And I wouldn't say it chronicled the failure of a marriage, or falling out of love. I think the film until the very last frame was about love and relationships.

I can't put my finger on it, but there is something in the movie that made it feel so real. There's equal parts romance and reality that makes an effective medium of storytelling. I have to give special mention to the scene where Gosling played the ukulele and sang in a stupid goofy voice but actually turned out really good. The song was the background of this movie's trailer, and it got me wanting to see it ASAP. I think he is the voice of this film. But that is not to say Williams is just a close second. Both gave great lengths in their performances, each on its own merit as character actors and as dance partners with the story as their song.

Playing a guitar (or guitar-like instrument) is a plus on my book.

It was a long shot for a movie like this to land on our shores. Even if they appealed and got an R rating in the U.S.—without having to cut and re-edit the film—it's not likely that we'd see it here as raw as that. A lot of films brought here only to be cut and edited differently from what the directors originally intended is not worth seeing. So I give a shout-out to the people behind the film who fought for this story to be told the way it is.

Blue Valentine gets a seven out of ten, for its bravery and truthfulness to their story of love all the way till the end.

P.S. Watch for the end credits sequence. It's a firework of visual orgasms.

*photos from allmoviephotos.com


Women Protagonists

From all around, you might scrub upon "the return of the divine feminine". But that's not the reason I am writing in interest about women. I'm just seriously filling-in the void of the limited, non sexual encounters with them, including in the movies.

First stop is Famke Janssen... I can still remember the first time I saw her on the first of modern James Bond movies (with Pierce Brosnan) as an anti-Bond.


Flash-forward to─

100 Feet (2008)

Juicier still.

Down boy! Famke is just a tasty tip of the iceberg, but nonetheless appreciated. 100 Feet is about how ghosts of the past haunt and interfere with the living. You see, inanimate objects can record past experiences of the dead, and our attachment with both the object and subject will determine the intensity of such ghostly encounters. Famke's just take on a formidable turn , and I liked it how whoever chose which object to "rule them all"─other objects, so that I can say that if I do get married, I'll tie a little string around wife's...

Ain't that an easy puzzle, mate?!

Superman and Batman: Apocalypse (2010)

Although more of a Superman movie, this features Supergirl, Superman's cousin. Now, you might think we (or I) may be fiddling on childishness or too much fantasy. You might want to think again why we, as kids, did like comics in the first place.

Even then we can almost say, "This isn't for kids!" But we still read on.

And this movie isn't that different. It takes one to exactly why superheroes wear the suit, or the mask, or the alter ego. Or what entails when possessing tremendous power.

Here, Supergirl is fitted into the Justice League (JL) group. This is like, "disclosure" to Supergirl, or "Why even, ever, Supergirl?!?" Especially when viewed as Superman's only living, younger next-of-kin, like a younger sister; or like having Superman as your older, protective brother. Both are easily the most powerful team-up in the DC Universe. That is why Wonder Woman and Batman figure in this story, and further establishing the guild of JL.

I found this review, and when I saw that he got it right, I searched no further. He even suggested complementary titles :)

Supergirl thighs...

True Grit (2010)

I am just glad we watched both Superman and Batman and True Grit on DXM. Movies acquire a kind of "depth" and "meaning"... and that "felt experience", with DXM─"sacred-ness"; without which would have otherwise felt like just merely passing time.

But that does not mean these films won't stand out without the aid of such enhancers. The mark of a truly great film is that it cuts across boundaries, whether in normal or special types of awareness.

Movies exhibiting some grit, genuinely felt (lol):

In this film, we see how the Law of the Land may be executed by the parties concerned, and how it is met with force and resistance.

We can also see a filmic tradition that amounts to notable results (repeat partnerships) in the guise of actor Josh Brolin and directors the Coen brothers. Much like what we see with Michael Caine, Christian Bale, and director Christopher Nolan; or with Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and director Tim Burton; or Hugo Weaving and the Wachowskis; or Russel Crowe and Ridley Scott─all of which achieved archival notoriety.


Lastly, we see a young actress in character and wearing the mantle of "true grit", placing the stereotypical alpha male suit(s) in the periphery as (merely?) guardians of fair justice.

If your sons, or daughters, are confused tweens, or budding, fashionable metrosexuals, or (caution: grit ON) fatherless emos, then this film might just set them, or you, right on track.

100 Feet─6.5 of 10
Superman and Batman: Apocalypse─8/10
True Grit─9/10



True Grit

By herd commander
Sun, 23 Jan 2011, 12:07

I am just glad we watched both Superman and Batman and True Grit on DXM. Movies acquire a kind of "depth" and "meaning"... and that "felt experience", with DXM─"sacred-ness"; without which would have otherwise felt like just merely passing time.

But that does not mean these films won't stand out without the aid of such enhancers. The mark of a truly great film is that it cuts across boundaries, whether in normal or special types of awareness.

Movies exhibiting some grit, genuinely felt (lol):

In this film, we see how the Law of the Land may be executed by the parties concerned, and how it is met with force and resistance.

We can also see a filmic tradition that amounts to notable results (repeat partnerships) in the guise of actor Josh Brolin and directors the Coen brothers. Much like what we see with Michael Caine, Christian Bale, and director Christopher Nolan; or with Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Carter, and director Tim Burton; or Hugo Weaving and the Wachowskis; or Russel Crowe and Ridley Scott─all of which achieve archival notoriety.


Lastly, we see a young actress in character and wearing the mantle of "true grit", placing the stereotypical alpha male suit(s) in the periphery as (merely?) guardians of fair justice.

If your sons, or daughters, are confused tweens, or budding, fashionable metrosexuals, or (caution: grit ON) fatherless emos, then this film might just set them, or you, right on track.



Nice Work, Baron Geisler!

"Back to rehab, bitches!"

Read this off a tabloid last Monday:

Baron Dinakma ang Suso ni Cherry Pie.

Now there's only one Cherry Pie in showbiz, and that's Cherry Pie Picache. And she's old. Well, not that old. But certainly not that young.

Well I guess her breasts are still firm though, because Baron wouldn't make a grab at them if they weren't.

Wait, no scratch that. It's Baron Geisler. He makes a grab at anything.

Good job, Baron. What would Philippine showbiz be without you?

Read the story here

*pic from ABS-CBN.


The Green Hornet

"Losing thirty pounds sure has its benefits!"

If you artsy-fartsy freaks don't want to watch this because it's a senseless Hollywood action movie, the fact that it was directed by Michel Gondry might change your mind.

I do have some memories of the old reruns which starred Bruce Lee, but I don't remember it having a comedic feel to it. The old TV series had the same feel as Adam West's Batman. This had the feel of, let me think, Charlie's Angels probably? Half parts action and comedy. But this film had no shortage of laughs.

And we can thank Seth Rogen for that. This was the first time I've noticed Seth Rogen's unique style of comedy. Rogen's comedy is intelligent, but on the outside it seems crass and shallow─perfect for moviegoers of average intelligence. Most of the time, Rogen seems to just be mouthing off random strings of thought until he nails something funny, and from there proceeds to develop his other jokes, which actually turn out to be humorously smart. And surprisingly, there are no weed jokes or references. Except maybe when he exhaled the fart gas smoke through his nose.

But everyone knows he smokes that shit.

Great cameo from James Franco, by the way. Too bad he didn't last ten minutes into the film. But every second of his screen time was priceless.

Cameron Diaz still looks hot despite her pretty obvious aging. She's growing old, but so does everyone else on this planet. Let us now enjoy her while she still looks scrumptious, and it will only take a little imagination on our part to fantasize about her looking as young as she did in The Mask.

Just try not to imagine Jim Carrey in a green mask.

Edward James Olmos is old. But still good. Although his face looks really... old. Tom Wilkinson, on the other hand, can play old roles, but his face doesn't look that old. And I love hearing Wilkinson talk in an American accent.

Oh, and one last thing: the guy who plays Kato is NOT Harold from Harold and Kumar. Kato is played by Jay Chou, who is actually an Asian pop star. This gives new meaning to the words of Chris Tucker regarding Asian guys: "Y'all look alike!"

Above: Not Kato.

*some info from IMDb
pic from Pinoy Tutorial, Sensi Seeds, Obama Pacman, and Ace Showbiz

The Green Hornet. USA. 2011.

Rating: Seven out of ten.


Golden Globe Winners 2010

Cecil B. DeMille Award
Robert De Niro

Best Motion Picture - Drama
The Social Network
Black Swan
The Fighter
The King's Speech


UFC 125 Resolution

Aptly named Resolution, this UFC event couldn't be more suitable to start the new year. Fireworks took place and blood was spilled, just like the blood drippin' from the fingers of a stupid fool playin' with firecrackers. I thought I should write about this because the PPV replay didn't cease to amaze me. Well, off to the (replayed) festivities!

Takanori "The Fireball Kid" Gomi VS Clay "The Carpenter" Guida

Clay already had this in the bag even before the fighters were introduced. Even if I'm Asian, my confidence in Gomi in this one is really next to none for I know that he would never be able to keep up with Clay's relentless pace. Add to that the fact that Clay has been on a tear lately, plus the fact that Gomi's career is on the downside (even at a relatively young fighting age of 31), and you'll know WTF I am talkin' about.

Guida's footwork and head movement really looked crazy ridiculous! He looked like an epileptic on steroids or somethin'. In fact, Guida's prancing around looked so crazy that Gomi didn't even know what to do with the fucker. I mean, he couldn't tag him cleanly. Guida's dancin' literally took Gomi off his timing and rhythm.

I guess Gomi was so confused with all the shit that was happenin' in the octagon that he got caught in a Joe Daddy guillotine while they were transitioning and shit. This clearly showed that Guida had better transitions on the ground. But for me, Guida will never be a true contender. He's just a solid gatekeeper for the UFC's lightweight division.


Star Wars: The Clone Wars. Episode 21: "Liberty of Ryloth"

"Compromise is a virtue to be cultivated, not a weakness to be despised."

See that pic? That's a little chicken walker, which was the predecessor of the huge ones the Empire used in Return of the Jedi. And the only thing I love about the prequels is when they show the origins of the famous weapons and vehicles.



Tangled is Disney's reboot of the Rapunzel story. In it, bandit extraodinaire Flynn Rider becomes Rapunzel's ticket out of the tower she's been imprisoned in for the past 18 years because she has magic hair that heals and restores youth.

I will always, always be skeptic of CG animation and re-tellings, (Why? Because I'm an old fashioned kinda gal that way.) but Tangled is a wonderful, animated gem.

The characters are lovable. All of them. There is no token irritating character. What is it with Disney and their endearing villains? You have Maleficent, Ursula and now Mother Gothel, who says things like, "Look in that mirror. I see a strong confident young lady. Oh and look, you're here too!"

Maximus the Horse and Pascal the Chameleon. Your argument is invalid.

I was afraid they were going to modernize this too much, so I was thrilled when people still randomly burst into song and dance (Watch out for the pub scene. So awesome. All the characters in the pub stole the show for me.)

On that note, the music was a little on the mediocre side. (with the exception of the score in the dancing-in-the-town-square bit. It gave me goosebumps.) When the credits rolled, I could not recall a single song. They need to bring back whoever did, "I'll Make A Man Out Of You" 'cause that shit is catchy.

Also, frying pans! Who knew, right?

8.5/10 - Minus points for the soundtrack.



When I first saw the trailer of this film, I was immediately anxious. Sure, the cinematography and the production all seemed beyond lovely. But, when the trailer zoomed in on this being about a woman defying convention (and I know others even promoting it as a story about a woman ahead of her time), I knew something was going to be fucked up.

But I was so excited to watch it. One, the historical clothes and setting are so cute! Two, Dennis Trillo in suspenders! Three, I just didn't know how fucked up the story would be.

I mean really, "a story that must be told"? Why? Why do I have to listen to Hesus (Dolphy), son of Rosario, talk about her immoral mother? Dear Hesus, how does telling a story that focuses on the immorality of your mother cleanse her sins?

Here's the gist: American colonization period. Cigarette smoking, New York-schooled, and piano-playing Rosario takes a vacation in her father's hacienda. Then she falls poor-little-rich-girl in love with her father's worker, administrator of the hacienda. They flirt. They have sex. Father finds out and has the worker Vicente beaten almost to death.

Rosario's family moves out of the hacienda and sends Rosario to a nunnery (where the nuns are really stoically funny, I might add) to hide face from the *gasp* scandal. She was pregnant, of course.

But surely, love will find a way, right? So Vicente finds a way to send a letter to Rosario. They elope. And they raised a family and stuff.

Somewhere along the way, Vicente catches tuberculosis and the inevitable patriarchal disease of being an asshole. First, he gets mad at Rosario for wanting to have a job. Next, he gets mad at Rosario for having sexual needs.

Rosario, with the so boring life she has, gets seduced by Alberto (Dennis Trillo? Who wouldn't?) and cheats on her husband. Dear Vicente, it's okay not to have sex with your wife since you are sick and all, but to brush her off like that? Like it's sinful to want sex from her husband? After she takes care of every little basic need you have? God, it wasn't an age of "beauty and innocence." It was an age of really self-righteous people (men?).

Rosario and Alberto get caught, of course. Vicente takes it to court. The immoral Rosario and Alberto get exiled from the country. Wow, I really hope Philippine laws improved even just an iota.

So I don't know how getting exiled works, because the film didn't inform me too, but time cut comes in and Rosario and Alberto comes back to the Philippines with their son Hesus. They rent a place, Alberto leaves Rosario and Hesus, another guy gets attracted to Rosario, and it was about this time that I just really gave up on the film. (It took me this long, I'm patient, I guess.)

Other things happen. Rosario suffers from missing her children with Vicente, but we all know she deserves it, that HALIPAROT. She's forced to pay rent with sex. The landlord gets beaten almost to death because of this other guy in love with Rosario. And then stuff. And then Hesus tells us that he has now told the story of his mother and hopes that it cleanses her sins. Actually, all throughout the film, he keeps telling us that his mother sinned. Even the legit one with falling in love with Vicente.

And then there's this dream-like scene where Rosario was playing the piano with her children. And I'm like, what the fuck? The whole film focuses on her "sinning," on her having sex, and aside from this last bit, the children only had three or four scenes. Some of which only existed in a montage. The movie expects me to feel for her? How can I? With Hesus telling me how sinful his mother was? When the movie lay heavy on everything that Rosario supposedly did wrong?

First of all, I have this nagging notion inside me that all of our ancestors weren't as "prim and proper" as we make them out to be. I don't think Rosario was the only one who had sexual needs and did something about it.

Two, a woman defying convention? A woman ahead of our time? Because of, huh, sex? How about the ones not because of sex, can we make a film about them? Like those who joined the war against the colonizers. Yes, people. We know this. There are women fighting for our country's freedom. From the Spaniards, to the Americans, to the Japanese, and to this present day.

Three, okay. We don't want to make a film about class conflicts and wars. We want to focus on how bourgeois stuff were like back in that historical backdrop. Okay then. But if you tell me that she defies convention and she's ahead of her time, why is the movie so keen on emphasizing how she has "sinned"? Is that how to be ahead of my time? I should "sin"? What will this do for me, as a woman in this period? Prevent me from having sex and supporting the RH Bill? Because well, according to this movie, sex is baaaaaaaaaad.

Fourth, she's not even ahead of her time at all. She, like other women then and even today, is as domestic and as caged in patriarchal ideologies.

Fifth, this would all have been solved if they took out Hesus' narrating and preaching. Or if they had the guts to take it further, they could have also focused on everything that this woman lost when she was under each man's wings, and focused on everything she gained when she wasn't. It could then have had the same tragic ending, without the stupid moral lesson. Only the lack of redemption─in a sense that a really unconventional angle (unconventional because it looks like in matters of women, we simultaneously progress and regress) would be to present her not as a sinner, but as a woman wronged by her milieu.

For Dennis Trillo and the lovely production.


The Fighter

We've all heard how Mark Wahlberg watched Manny Pacquiao to prepare for this role. But you won't see any of Pacquiao's moves or punches here. Wahlberg didn't turn into a Manny clone. I think he just looked to Pacquiao for inspiration, nothing more.

"Thanks a lot, Manny!"
This isn't just another boxing movie. This one could actually get Christian Bale nominated for an Oscar. He might even win it.

"This goofy face will get me an Oscar."
Yeah, okay, Mark Wahlberg gets top billing. But apart from a decent Boston accent, Marky Mark's just got nothing on Bale.

"Wait, did you shave your crown?"
 And the thing is, Bale seeems to do it so effortlessly. Well actually, he did exert some effort. Method acting requires effort, and he lost a lot of weight for this role (again).

An anorexic Bruce Wayne.
My least favorite character in the movie: actually, there's more than one. But they can be clumped together under a single group, which we call "The Hags".

See? The Hags.
 Also, hooray for Amy Adams. Dirty roles suit you better than the prim and proper ones.

Also hearing Amy Adams say "Fuck" and "Bitch" is quite jarring.
And before I forget, this film was co-produced by Darren Aronofsky, so like Black Swan, this also has some girl-on-girl action. Not as great, of course. But still...

See? Girl-on-girl action.

*some info from IMDb
pics from VLC and Online Bag Market and Parcbench

The Fighter. USA. 2010.

Rating: Seven and a half out of ten.
Amy Adams' new slutty look: Eight out of ten.
Christian Bale's acting: Eight point nine out of ten.


Black Swan

Too bad I didn't watch this last year. It'd have made the Top 12.

Anyway, Natalie Portman, you are so beautiful. And I now forgive your crappy acting in Star Wars.

No, not that Star Wars.

Yep, that one.

Now although this film is about ballet, which a lot of people regard as "dancing for sissies", this film is definitely NOT for sissies. It comes off as a horror or suspense film, with some blood and no killers, all done in Darren Aronofsky's trademark "hallucinate-like-you-haven't-slept-in-days" style.

Which was also the style used by Winona Ryder's make-up artist.

Wait a minute... is that the guy from La haine? Yup, that's Vincent Cassell. Thanks, IMDb.

La haine: The film which taught us that hashish can be cut with a hot knife.

If you're a wuss (like me), then be prepared to cringe at some really disturbing images. Also be prepared to get turned on by images of Natalie Portman touching herself, and some Natalie Portman-Mila Kunis girl-on-girl action.

If this doesn't turn you on...

...then this should.

Once you get past all those graphically sexual images, this film is a great work of art. But watching it will make you ask a lot of questions, like these:

  • Can she see ghosts? 
  • Is her mom a ghost?
  • Is she on drugs? 
  • Is she crazy? Like Russell Crowe-crazy in A Beautiful Mind?
  • Is this like Fight Club?
  • Where did those wounds come from? 
  • Did she really touch herself while filming?
  • Is her dancing computer-generated?

After watching, some questions may have been answered. But a lot of them will remain unanswered. Damn you, Aronofsky!

*some info from IMDb
pics from Sodahead, Millionaire Playboy, demeter clarc, The Movie Db, Busy Buzz Blogging, and The Buzz Media

Black Swan. USA. 2010.

Rating: Eight point five out of ten.
Natalie Portman-Mila Kunis girl-on-girl action: Perfect ten.

If you liked this review, you may also want to read herd commander's review of Black Swan.


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