DVDizzy.com: April 1-15, 2011 NEWS ARCHIVES
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April 15, 2011 - Our newest review looks at "H.R. Pufnstuf": The Complete Series. This 1969-70 children's series was the first produced by Saturday morning live-action legends Sid and Marty Krofft. It follows a boy (Jack Wild, the Oscar-nominated Artful Dodger of Oliver!) into the magic world of Living Island, where he is pursued by the wicked Witchiepoo (Billie Hayes) and befriended by the friendly titular dragon mayor. Now available, Vivendi's 3-disc DVD holds all 17 half-hour episodes plus a rare "Horror Hotel" installment from a later Krofft variety series, a digital coloring/photo/music book, and -- exclusive to the Collector's Edition reviewed here -- a Pufnstuf bobblehead. Read our full review.
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 1, the penultimate chapter in the unprecedented Warner fantasy film series adapted from J.K. Rowling's bestselling books, is released to DVD and Blu-ray today. We're working to bring you a review of the combo pack as soon as we can. Check out your Deathly Hallows ownership options at Amazon.com.
April 14, 2011 - This year's Oscar winner for Best Picture, The King's Speech tells the story of England's King George VI (Best Actor winner Colin Firth), who undergoes speech therapy with an eccentric Australian (Geoffrey Rush) in an effort to manage his debilitating stammer. Also winning first Oscars for director Tom Hooper and writer David Seidler, this historical drama co-stars Helena Bonham Carter, Guy Pearce, and Michael Gambon. It comes to disc next week as the first movie from The Weinstein Company distributed by new partner Anchor Bay Entertainment. The DVD includes a Hooper commentary, a Hooper and cast Q & A session, a making-of featurette, two speeches from the real King George, and an interview with speech therapist Lionel Logue's grandson. And the winner is you if you read this review.
April 12, 2011 - Today's new DVD releases include "The LXD": Seasons 1 & 2, the web dance series from Step Up sequels director Jon Chu. Paramount's 3-hour DVD includes "The Uprising Begins" and "Secrets of the RA" from this League of Extraordinary Dancers plus the featurette "The LXD: Building the Legion" and is currently selling for under $15 on Amazon.com.
Dropped by Disney, The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader continues Walden Media's big-budget adaptations of C.S. Lewis' fantasy novels with 20th Century Fox distributing. Three years after the events of Prince Caspian, Lucy (Georgie Henley) and Edmund (Skandar Keynes) return to Narnia along with their bratty cousin Eustace Scrubb (Will Poulter), where they board the titular ship of Caspian (Ben Barnes). Braving tempest in search of missing lords and their swords, the group encounters invisible giants, a dragon, and a sea serpent. Fox's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo pack modifies the film from its theatrical aspect ratio and includes deleted scenes, an audio commentary by director Michael Apted and Mark Johnson, a memory game, four Fox Movie Channel shorts, making-of featurettes, a VFX progression reel, and a book of photo postcards. Our review includes a look at the flagship Manhattan Macy's Narnia-themed flower show displayed over the weekend. More...
Sony has announced a June 7th video debut for Just Go With It, Adam Sandler's twelfth comedy in the past thirteen years to gross over $100 million domestically. Co-starring Jennifer Aniston, Brooklyn Decker, and Nicole Kidman, this romcom about a man pretending to be married will be released in a single-disc DVD ($28.95 SRP), a single-disc Blu-ray ($34.95 SRP), and a 2-disc Blu-ray + DVD combo pack ($38.95 SRP). Extras will include two audio commentaries, deleted scenes, a blooper reel, and several featurettes. Cover art has been posted here.
April 10, 2011 - Dinoshark, one of last year's Roger Corman-produced aquatic killer movies, unleashes a prehistoric creature on Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. A tourism boat captain (Eric Balfour) and science teacher/water polo coach (Iva Hasperger) lead the charge to find and stop Dinoshark before it kills more of their friends and neighbors. Available April 26th on DVD and Blu-ray, this Syfy movie is joined by trailers and an audio commentary by Corman, co-producer wife Julie, and director/visual effects supervisor Kevin O'Neill. Take a bite of this review.
April 9, 2011 - Our newest review offers a comprehensive look at this week's Tron & Tron: Legacy 2-Movie Collection. Disney's innovative 1982 sci-fi film journeys with programmer Kevin Flynn (Jeff Bridges) inside the world of a computer, where programs are enslaved by the powers that be. The high-budgeted 2010 sequel centers on Flynn's adult son (Garrett Hedlund) who in his search for his long-missing father finds himself transported to a dark alternate reality with comparable games and races. The former makes its Blu-ray debut in a loaded set adding two new featurettes to its robust slate of retained 2002 DVD extras (including a 90-minute making-of documentary). The sequel is presented in Blu-ray 3D, Blu-ray 2D, DVD, and digital copy, with the 2D Blu-ray offering the mockumentary "Flynn Lives Revealed" with fun spin-off videos, making-of featurettes, a Daft Punk music video, and Disney Second Screen. Don't miss our 2-page review of this available 5-disc set.
April 8, 2011 - Today brings the DVD and Blu-ray release of The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader, the third installment of Walden Media's C.S. Lewis fantasy film series. We'll be reviewing Fox's 3-disc Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo shortly. Until then, check out the press release.
April 5, 2011 - We wrap up our coverage of Disney's Tangled in an interview with Glen Keane. A traditional Disney animator for over thirty years responsible for characters including Aladdin, Tarzan, the Beast, and The Little Mermaid's Ariel, Keane began Tangled as director and remained executive producer and animation supervisor on this hit computer-animated musical fairy tale. In a recent virtual roundtable following a live webcam presentation, Keane shared with us and others his thoughts on animation mediums, finding characters, his future, and the challenges and triumphs of his latest film. Full article.
In our latest review, we take an in-depth look at Teen Wolf, the 1985 Michael J. Fox comedy shot immediately before and released immediately after Back to the Future. Fox plays Scott Howard, a basketball-playing high school student going through some changes. Discovering that he's a werewolf has instant consequences for him and his team. We cover MGM's recent Blu-ray Disc, which includes the film's original trailer and a sneak peek at MTV's upcoming "Teen Wolf" TV series. Read the full review.
It's Tuesday! This week's new releases include Jim Carrey's gay con man comedy I Love You Phillip Morris, the Blu-ray debut of Martin Scorsese's Taxi Driver, and, to be covered soon, the various combinations of Disney's visual-driven sci-fi action flicks Tron and Tron: Legacy. Click here for more on these and today's other new discs.
April 4, 2011 - Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor star as prison inmates who fall for each other in the bizarrely true-life comedy I Love You Phillip Morris. After many delays, this R-rated indie directed by the writers of Bad Santa received limited theatrical release last December. It comes to DVD and Blu-ray tomorrow from Lionsgate, with an audio commentary, deleted scenes, a making-of featurette, and 3 trailers. Read on...
April 3, 2011 - Our newest review looks at this week's Blu-ray debut of Taxi Driver. Martin Scorsese's esteemed 1976 film stars Robert De Niro as Travis Bickle, a lonesome and unstable Vietnam vet turned New York City cabbie. Co-starring Cybill Shepherd, Albert Brooks, Peter Boyle, Harvey Keitel, and an Oscar-nominated pre-teen Jodie Foster, this gritty drama is rarely forgotten in any cinematic retrospective. Sony's single-disc Blu-ray retains all the bonus features from the movie's in-print 2-Disc Collector's Edition DVD and adds Scorsese and screenwriter Paul Schrader's Criterion Collection laserdisc commentary. Other extras include a 70-minute making-of documentary, stories from 1970s New York cab drivers, storyboards, photo galleries, and an assortment of featurettes. Don't miss our full review.
April 2, 2011 - Warner Home Video has announced The Superman Motion Picture Anthology, one whopper of a collection in which Christopher Reeve's four Superman movies will make their Blu-ray debut on June 7th. The 8-disc set will include the theatrical and expanded cuts of 1978's Superman, the theatrical and Richard Donner cuts of Superman II, Superman III, Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, and Bryan Singer's 2006 reboot Superman Returns. Bonus features will include six audio commentaries, an assortment of animated Fleischer Studios and Famous Studios Superman shorts, trailers, screen tests, documentaries, TV specials, deleted scenes, featurettes, introductions, and movie cash redeemable to see Green Lantern in theaters. Watch the trailer and see the full list of contents as part of the official press release.
April 1, 2011 - Paramount Home Entertainment will make an upcoming spring weekend a little more special for tween girls with the Friday, May 13th DVD and Blu-ray combo pack debut of Justin Bieber: Never Say Never, the record-setting documentary on the teenaged singer's rise to fame. On both DVD and Blu-ray, the original theatrical cut will be joined by a concert dance-off, a live Madison Square Garden performance of "Favorite Girl" (seen in the excluded director's fan cut), "Giving Back", and the tender haircut featurette "R.I.P. Hair Flip." Read the full announcement.
This is no April Fool: Gnomeo & Juliet, the Touchstone-branded, G-rated, computer-animated comedy will come to video on May 24th. Fusing Shakespeare's play with new and classic Elton John music, this unexpected hit will be made available in a 1-Disc DVD ($29.99 SRP), 2-Disc Blu-ray + DVD ($39.99 SRP), and a 3-Disc Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray 2D + DVD + Digital Copy ($49.99 SRP). Read the press release for full details and a trailer.
March 31, 2011 - Sony's press release for The Green Hornet lays out the contents of the three editions in which this recent superhero film will come to home video on May 3rd. Seth Rogen stars as a self-made crime fighter and Jay Chou is his intelligent sidekick in an action-comedy co-starring Cameron Diaz and Inglourious Basterds' Chistoph Waltz. Written by Rogen and his Pineapple Express, Superbad collaborator Evan Goldberg, this long-developed is directed by Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind's Michel Gondry. Read all about its forthcoming DVD, Blu-ray, and Blu-ray 3D + Blu-ray + DVD combo pack debuts right here.
With an Oscar win, her first child, and five new movies, 2011 looks like the year of Natalie Portman. In a project much different from our latest review subject, Portman plays Ashton Kutcher's casual partner in the romantic comedy No Strings Attached. Directed by Ghostbusters' Ivan Reitman and co-starring Lake Bell, Greta Gerwig, Mindy Kaling, Ludacris, Kevin Kline, and Cary Elwes, this $70 million-grossing film will come to DVD and Blu-ray combo pack on May 10th. Read the complete announcement.
True Grit, the Coen Brothers western nominated for Best Picture and nine other Academy Awards, will come to DVD and a Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo pack from Paramount Home Entertainment on June 7th. Starring Jeff Bridges and Hailee Steinfeld and featuring Matt Damon and Josh Brolin, this new take on John Wayne's Oscar winner will be joined a variety of topical featurettes. We've posted the full press release and cover art.
We cover another one of this year's Best Picture Oscar nominees with a review of Black Swan. Directed by The Wrestler's Darren Aronofsky, this psychological drama takes us along on the harrowing journey of a disciplined New York City ballet dancer (Natalie Portman) cast to portray both sides of Swan Lake's Queen. Vincent Cassel, Mila Kunis, Barbara Hershey, and Winona Ryder co-star in this acclaimed film which won Portman the Best Actress Academy Award and earned an additional four nominations. Now available, Fox's DVD includes the 3-part making-of documentary "Metamorphosis." Our review includes video of the life-sized music box at last weekend's Black Swan Experience in Los Angeles.
March 30, 2011 - Our newest review looks at The Ten Commandments. Cecil B. DeMille's Biblical epic was the highest-grossing film of its decade, earning the modern-day equivalent of over $1 billion domestically. In the role that established him as one of Hollywood's most authoritative leading men, Charlton Heston plays Moses, prince of Egypt and leader of Israel. In his mission to free Hebrew slaves, the prophet unleashes the power of God before unmoved Pharaoh Rameses (Yul Brynner), resulting in plagues, the parting of the Red Sea, and the creation of titular tablets. Paramount's new 2-disc DVD boasts a stunning new restoration, while retaining an audio commentary by Katherine Orrison, three trailers from over the years, and a newsreel short on the film's New York premiere. Our full review includes a video clip from one of the features exclusive to the concurrent limited edition 6-disc Blu-ray + DVD Gift Set.
March 28, 2011 - Just in time for the film's DVD and Blu-ray debut, read our interview with Tangled directors Nathan Greno and Byron Howard. They talk about taking over the long-in-development project, animating 70 feet of hair, appealing to audiences, and what it would take to make a sequel. Full article.
Made in Dagenham dramatizes an historic strike of women factory workers in 1968 England. Happy-Go-Lucky's Sally Hawkins stars as an employee who rises to lead her fellow laborers to demand pay equal to men from the Ford Motor Company. Bob Hoskins, Miranda Richardson, and Rosamund Pike co-star in this acclaimed film directed by Calendar Girls' Nigel Cole. Available Tuesday, Sony's DVD includes a Cole audio commentary, a making-of featurette, deleted scenes, outtakes, and the trailer. Read our review.
March 26, 2011 - We take a look at Tangled, the hit CGI musical fairy tale that stands as the 50th animated feature in Disney's official studio canon. Unknowingly a princess, teenaged Rapunzel (voiced by Mandy Moore) spends her days inside a tower where her magical hair keeps protective Mother Gothel (Donna Murphy) young. Along comes charming outlaw Flynn Rider (Zachary Levi) who reluctantly takes Rapunzel to see the nearby kingdom's floating lights that mark her birthday every year. From the makers of Bolt with original songs by The Little Mermaid's Alan Menken, this acclaimed family comedy adventure comes to DVD and Blu-ray on Tuesday. We take a look at the Blu-ray + DVD, one of three editions widely released. Among its predominantly Blu-ray extras are deleted scenes and storybook openings, extended songs, a making-of featurette, and a countdown of Disney's 50 animated classics. Our review includes a video clip from a bonus feature.
March 24, 2011 - Yogi Bear gives Hanna-Barbera's animated television franchise a new feature film treatment, with computer-animated Yogi and Boo Boo (voiced by Dan Aykroyd and Justin Timberlake) joining live-action Ranger Smith (Tom Cavanagh), Ranger Jones (T.J. Miller), and documentarian Rachel (Anna Faris) in an effort to save 100-year-old Jellystone Park from the reckless Mayor Brown (Andrew Daly). Now available, Warner's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo pack includes the new Road Runner/Wile E. Coyote Looney Tunes short Rabid Rider, the memory-testing game "Are You Smarter Than the Average Bear?", 14 making-of shorts spread around an interactive Jellystone Park, and a cartoon/movie mash-up featurette. Our full review.
March 23, 2011 - Raro Video's Fernando Di Leo Crime Collection gathers four 1970s movies from the Italian writer/director who collaborated with Sergio Leone on his trilogy of Clint Eastwood westerns. Cited as inspiration by Quentin Tarantino and John Woo, these violent tales of kingpins, hitmen, pimps, and dancers feature actors from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, including Henry Silva, Jack Palance, and Mario Adorf. Now available, the 4-disc DVD set includes a 2004 featurette on each movie plus a Di Leo career retrospective, photo galleries, and more. Read our full review.
March 22, 2011 - Today's new releases include the family comedy film Yogi Bear, Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie's European action thriller The Tourist, James L. Brooks' costly romantic dramedy How Do You Know, low-budget alien invasion thriller Skyline. For more on these and the other new DVD and Blu-ray releases, check our March 22nd schedule entry.
March 21, 2011 - Reese Witherspoon, Paul Rudd, Owen Wilson, and Jack Nicholson star in How Do You Know, the new romantic comedy written, directed, and produced by James L. Brooks (Terms of Endearment, As Good As It Gets). Unexpectedly cut from the US national softball team, Witherspoon's athlete finds herself having to choose between a major league pitcher (Wilson) and a businessman being investigated for fraud (Rudd). Underloved and wildly unprofitable in theaters, the film comes to DVD tomorrow with feature-length and select scenes audio commentaries, deleted scenes, bloopers, and a making-of featurette. Read our review.
March 19, 2011 - Our newest Blu-ray review looks at Skyline, a low-budget sci-fi movie about an alien invasion from Los Angeles partiers' perspective. Directed by the brothers who made AVPR: Aliens vs. Predator - Requiem and written by a pair of visual effects men, this PG-13 film stars Eric Balfour, Donald Faison, Brittany Daniel, and Scottie Thompson. Universal's Blu-ray includes deleted, extended, and alternate scenes, pre-visualizations, and trailers, all with audio commentary plus two commentaries on the film itself. It's released next Tuesday, but you can read our review right now.
March 17, 2011 - Just posted: Upcoming Cover Art for the DVD and Blu-ray debuts of The Green Hornet, Gnomeo & Juliet, I Am Number Four, and Disney Channel's upcoming Lemonade Mouth. Check it out.
We stay in Europe with a review of The Tourist, the action-romance-sorta comedy-thriller starring Johnny Depp and Angelina Jolie. Depp plays an unassuming American schoolteacher traveling abroad, Jolie is the British femme fatale that authorities (led by Paul Bettany) are watching closely. Together in Venice, they dodge bullets from Russian gangsters. From the writer/director of The Lives of Others and the writers of The Usual Suspects and Gosford Park, this Golden Globe-nominated domestic underperformer comes to DVD next Tuesday from Sony with outtakes, unused animated titles, two featurettes, and a director's commentary. Read on...
March 16, 2011 - Hereafter, the latest film directed by Clint Eastwood, tells the stories of a San Francisco man (Matt Damon) reluctant to use his gift as a psychic medium, a French journalist (Cιcile De France) changed by a near-death experience, and a young British boy with questions about the identical twin he's been separated from. Written by The Queen's Peter Morgan, this PG-13 drama was an unlikely Visual Effects nominee at last month's Oscar ceremony. It is now available to rent and own. Our review looks at Warner's Blu-ray + DVD + Digital Copy combo pack, which includes the full 88-minute cut of the documentary The Eastwood Factor on the actor/director's decades of work at the studio and nine making-of featurettes. See the trailer and sample Eastwood's score as part of our full review.
Recent DVD and Blu-ray Reviews:
The Switch - Jason Bateman plays a New Yorker who interferes with the artificial insemination of his best friend (played by Jennifer Aniston). Patrick Wilson, Jeff Goldblum, and Juliette Lewis also appear in this PG-13 comedy from the directors of Blades of Glory. Disney's final Miramax Films release makes its overdue home video debut from new Miramax partner Lionsgate. We look at the Blu-ray version, which includes a making-of featurette, bloopers, and a 25-minute section of deleted & alternate scenes.
"Who Do You Think You Are?": Season 1 - NBC series follows celebrities as they compile their genealogies, traveling around the world and consulting historians and public records. Acorn Media's widescreen 2-disc, 7-episode DVD fleshes out the family trees of Sarah Jessica Parker, Emmitt Smith, Lisa Kudrow (one of the show's executive producers), Matthew Broderick, Brooke Shields, Susan Sarandon, and Spike Lee.
The Fighter - This drama tells the true story of working class boxer Micky Ward (Mark Wahlberg) and his large Massachusetts family, including his drug-addled older brother Dicky Eklund (Christian Bale) and his tough mother/manager (Melissa Leo). Bale and Leo won Oscars for their supporting performances, and Amy Adams (playing love interest Charlene) was nominated along with the screenplay and director David O. Russell. Paramount's DVD includes a Russell audio commentary and a half-hour documentary on the acclaimed film's creation.
The Miracle Maker (Blu-ray + DVD Combo Pack) - 2000 movie uses stop motion and 2-D animation to tell the story of Jesus Christ. Ralph Fiennes voices the Nazarene in this Welsh-Russian co-production that played theatrically in Europe but made its US debut airing Easter Sunday on ABC. Lionsgate's 2-disc set includes a filmmakers' audio commentary, a half-hour making-of documentary, a storyboard-to-film comparison, a quiz, and a Gospel verses playback mode.
Sharktopus - Syfy and legendary B-movie producer Roger Corman provide a new movie about a genetically-engineered shark-octopus hybrid being cultivated into a military weapon. When the creature breaks loose, a scientist (Eric Roberts) sends his brainy daughter (Sara Malakul Lane) and a pricey ex-employee (Kerem Bursin) to retrieve it, but not before it starts feasting on the scantily-clad people of Mexico's Puerto Vallarta. On DVD from Anchor Bay, this TV movie is joined by an audio commentary by Corman and his wife Julie and a trailer.
127 Hours - Director Danny Boyle's follow-up to 2008's Best Picture winner Slumdog Millionaire tells the remarkable true story of young canyoneer Aron Ralston (portrayed by James Franco) who fights to stay alive after his arm gets trapped by an 800-pound boulder. Nominated for six Academy Awards including Best Picture, this harrowing drama is joined by over a half-hour of deleted scenes (most notably, a 22-minute alternate ending) and an audio commentary by Boyle and two of his colleagues.
"The Walking Dead": The Complete First Season - AMC's original series depicts life in a zombie apocalypse, with our focus remaining on a sheriff's deputy and other Southern survivors. Adapted from a comic book series and developed by The Shawshank Redemption's director Frank Darabont, the series will return in the fall. Anchor Bay's 2-disc DVD includes the first 6 episodes plus making-of featurettes and behind-the-scenes shorts.
Morning Glory - Rachel McAdams plays a workaholic hired to help a long-running morning news show combat dwindling viewership. Harrison Ford and Diane Keaton play her clashing anchors, while Patrick Wilson and Jeff Goldblum co-star as love interest and boss, respectively. This comedy is directed by Notting Hill's Roger Michell and written by The Devil Wears Prada's Aline Brosh McKenna. It comes to DVD from Paramount with an audio commentary and a deleted scene featuring "Modern Family"'s Ty Burrell.
The Clowns (I Clowns) - Federico Fellini's 1970 "docu-comedy" is as much about his crew as the legendary old circus performers they're tracking down. Raro Video's first US DVD includes a 50-page companion book, a new 42-minute video essay, and Marriage Agency, Fellini's segment for the 1953 omnibus feature Love in the City.
Colin Mochrie & Brad Sherwood: Two Man Group - One-hour improvised comedy special from the "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" performers includes pantomime, puppeteering, sound effects, and other audience-enlisting activities. Image's DVD includes two behind-the-scenes shorts with the stars.
"Wishbone" - Compiles four episodes of the 1990s public television series in which a Jack Russell Terrier imagines himself in classic stories paralelling the circumstances in the lives of his teenaged owner and his friends. Featured here are adaptations of Jules Verne and Victor Hugo plus the tales of Don Quixote and Robin Hood.
Bambi: Diamond Edition Blu-ray + DVD - Walt Disney's fifth animated film and now his namesake studio's third entry in the Diamond Edition line. Nearly seventy years after its debut, this mature and atmospheric story of a deer, adapted from Felix Salten's novel, continues to delight. Our exhaustive review fills you in on what's new, what's dropped, and how this 1 Blu-ray, 1 DVD combo pack compares to the film's 2005 Platinum Edition DVD. Our two-page review includes film and bonus feature clips. (Related Interview: Donnie Dunagan, the voice of Bambi)
Faster - Former wrestler Dwayne Johnson returns to action playing an ex-con tracking down those who set him up and killed his brother. Billy Bob Thornton, Oliver Jackson-Cohen, Carla Gugino, and Maggie Grace co-star. Sony's DVD includes an alternate ending and deleted scenes, introduced by director George Tillman, Jr. (Men of Honor).
Burlesque - In her film debut, Christina Aguilera plays an Iowa waitress trying to make it as a Los Angeles entertainer. Written and directed by Steven Antin, this original musical co-stars Cher, Stanley Tucci, Cam Gigandet, Kristen Bell, Alan Cumming and Julianne Hough. Sony's DVD includes an Antin commentary, a blooper reel, six uncut song performances (including a deleted number), and an alternate opening.
Megamind: Mega Double DVD Pack - A bald blue alien supervillain (voiced by Will Ferrell) gets his wish of conquering his nemesis, Metro Man (Brad Pitt). DreamWorks Animation's superhero satire co-stars Tina Fey and Jonah Hill as a news reporter and her cameraman, who are at the center of the change sweeping over Metro City. The 2-disc set includes the all-new short film Megamind: The Button of Doom, a filmmakers' audio commentary, featurettes on the all-star voice cast and design, a drawing lesson, DVD-ROM printables, a video comic book, and a "spot the differences" activity.
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