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11 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The feel-good movie of the year for women., December 21, 2003
The "Mona Lisa Smile", directed by Mike Newell, is a story about women in society during the 1950s, when they were expected to become educated and then get married and become a mother.
PLOT SUMMARY: Katherine Watson (Julia Roberts) portrays a single woman in the 1950s who, freshly graduated from graduate school, gets a job working as an Art History professor at the exclusive Wellesley College for women in Massachusetts. Katherine is shocked when she learns her students have already fulfilled the requirements in their syllabuses by the very first class, and decides to stray against the rules by showing the girls modern art and teaching them that they have a choice in life besides becoming a housewife and mother. Katherine shares a special bond with her students, though a few students really stand out. Betty Warren (Kirsten Dunst) is a "proper young lady" who quickly gets married because her family wants her to and soon learns about marriage the hard way--she becomes rebellious towards Katherine's teachings in the meantime; Joan Brandwyn (Julia Stiles) is a bright and intelligent girl who gets into Yale Law School but must make a choice when she falls in love with a man; and then there's Giselle Levy (Maggie Gyllenhaal) who is kind of like Katherine herself, except Giselle is a "player" and likes to fool around with guys...especially men who are a lot older than her. Through these students, Katherine learns about herself and life as she goes against school board rules.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: The film was a bit feminist in my opinion, but since I'm a bit of a feminist myself, this only made me enjoy the "Mona Lisa Smile" even more. The acting, of course, was spectacular. I was quite surprised by the acting of the younger cast, though I always knew how talented these young women were and expected nothing less from them. Julia Roberts is as good as ever...she never fails to impress me. The storyline was wonderful and so was the dialogue and overall message of the story. The directing, costumes, settings, etc. were all brilliant. If you are a feminist and like feel-good movies, then you will certainly enjoy the "Mona Lisa Smile".
I highly recommend the "Mona Lisa Smile".

Unfaithful (Widescreen Edition)
Unfaithful (Widescreen Edition)
DVD ~ Richard Gere
Price: $5.99
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars ... sensational., March 26, 2003
"Unfaithful", directed by Adrian Lyne, tells the story of one's unfaithfulness to their marriage, and the consequences of the act when their spouse finds out about the affair.
PLOT SUMMARY: Connie Sumner (Diane Lane) is a married woman in her thirties or forties who seems to have everything--good looks, a wealthy husband, Edward (Richard Gere), a nice, big house, and a charming son, Charlie (Erik Per Sullivan). Connie, however, thinks her married life is failing in ... intercourse with her husband, who seems to have lots of time for his career but no time for her. And when Connie is nearly forced into the arms of a young, French man, Paul Martel (Olivier Martinez), on a windy day in New York City, her whole life changes. Now Connie and Paul are lovers in a very steamy relationship. A few months go by, and Edward becomes suspicious of Connie and her "strange habbits". To find out what is going on with his wife, he sends a friend off to spy on her when he goes away on a business trip. The spy catches Connie with Paul on camera, and Edward becomes bitter with jealousy, so jealous, that he murders Paul. Now Edward must confront Connie with her affair and together, they must learn to deal with it for the rest of their lives.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: I thought "Unfaithful" was a brilliant film. Diane Lane is superb, solid, ... as the unfaithful Connie. Richard Gere and Olivier Martinez are also superb in their roles as the two men in Connie's life. Richard Gere is especially brilliant in the scenes when he feels guilty over Paul's murder. The ... scenes were wonderfully portrayed and looked extremely real, maybe almost too real, because I kept thinking to myself, "Oh, my God! Are they using condoms or birth pills?!" The storyline is solid writing, with an interesting ending and strong dialouge. The music is haunting and the directing is terrific. The DVD includes a nice set of features such as, an audio commentary by the director, eleven deleted scenes, an alternate ending, actor's commentary, a guest show interview with the cast and director, behind-scenes featurette, and cast interviews. This film is available in both wide screen and full frame format DVDs.
I highly recommend "Unfaithful".

Sweet Home Alabama
Sweet Home Alabama
DVD ~ Reese Witherspoon
Price: $7.99
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Sweet, but formulatic romantic comedy., March 19, 2003
This review is from: Sweet Home Alabama (DVD)
"Sweet Home Alabama", directed by Andy Tennant, is a charming, yet formulatic romantic comedy starring the always talented, Reese Witherspoon.
PLOT SUMMARY: Melanie (Reese Witherspoon) is a small town Alabama native who wants something more in her life, so she moves out to New York City and becomes a famous fashion designer. There, she meets the mayor of New York City's son, and completely falls for him. But after he proposes to her, Melanie must go back home to Alabama (the only place she's been avoiding all these years) so she can get a divorce from her childhood best friend...only to discover that he may not actually want to get the divorce. And that there may still be sparks between the two. Now Melanie has a tough decision to make.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: "Sweet Home Alabama" is a very sweet and fun romantic comedy, but it is also very predictable. Still, it is very enjoyable. The dialouge is a little weak, but the storyline is good and the acting from the entire cast is solid. Reese Witherspoon especially shines in this one. The chemistry between Reese and her two love interests are good, and the directing was well-done. The DVD has a few interesting features like a commentary by the director, eight deleted scenes, alternate ending, and a music video, but nothing to go nuts over. If you like romantic comedies...even the formulatic ones, then this film is for you.
I recommend "Sweet Home Alabama".

Road to Perdition (Widescreen Edition)
Road to Perdition (Widescreen Edition)
DVD ~ Tom Hanks
Offered by insomniacsonline
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The long, dark road to Hell., March 9, 2003
"Road to Perdition" is a groundbreaking film directed by Sam Mendes and starring a multi-talented, A-list essemble of actors. I must admit that I am probably one of the very few females who actually enjoyed this, considering I'm seeing many negative reviews coming from females. Maybe I am just the oddball of the bunch. By the way, I pre-ordered a copy of this DVD online without even seeing it previously in theaters; I rarely ever do that. I had wanted to go to the theaters and see it, but I had missed it and decided to pre-order a copy anyway, just because of all the raved reviews from critics and other people who saw it. I'm glad to say that I made a wise choice.
PLOT SUMMARY: Tom Hanks stars as Michael Sullivan, a hitman of the early 1930's who's life is turned upside down when the oldest of his two sons, Michael Jr. (Tyler Hoechin), follows him on one of his "job missions" and discovers that his father's boss, Mr. Rooney's (Paul Newman), son had murdered a man. Michael Jr. is forced to keep this incident a secret, but both father Michael and son's lives are at stake when someone from Mr. Rooney's mob murders Michael's wife, Annie Sullivan (Jennifer Jason Leigh), and his younger son, Peter (Liam Aiken), when the murderer thinks he was killing Michael Jr. Now, Michael must keep his son from "taking the road to perdition" and they are off on a long journey to try and get away from Mr. Rooney and his mob. However, Mr. Rooney has a mysterious man called Maguire (Jude Law), who must track Michael and his son down to kill them. As ironic as it is, Mr. Rooney has been like a father figure to Michael for many years, and appears to love him even more than his own son, Connor Rooney (Daniel Craig), who becomes bitter with jealousy of Michael Sullivan and plots his own revenge.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: First of all, the acting was mezmorising and all of the actors had great chemistry. Who knew Tom Hanks could play "the bad guy" and make it look natural and flawless? Paul Newman is amazing as usual, and Jude Law was wonderful in a smaller role. The supporting cast, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Daniel Craig, Liam Aiken, etc. all did great jobs as well. Hence, I think the real star of this film is Tyler Hoechin, a young unknown actor who brilliantly portrayed the tough role of Michael Jr. He was the one that needed to bring the film together, since the story is seen from Michael Jr.'s eyes, and he did a superb job. I hope to see Hoechin in future films. The dialouge and storyline were amazing. Sam Mendes did a terrific directing job. The cinematography, sets, costumes, sound, and original musicical score are all stunning and absolutely gorgeous. And when you think, "Oh--it's always raining, snowing, or it's nighttime in this film!", well that's because those weather elements help to show the emotions of the film. In my opinion, "Road to Perdition" is one of the best films of the year! There is no real flaw to it, except that it's a bit slow-paced, but you're so engrossed into the film that you hardly notice the time flying by.
The question is: Is "Road to Perdition" for everyone? Well, it all depends. If you like mob films, then this is definitely for you. Also, if you like a film where father/son must struggle with their relationship, then you will probably enjoy least the family element of the story. If you care for neither, then most likely, you should skip this unless you are a diehard fan of one of the actors in the film. Then you might want to check this out for their performance. But "Road to Perdition" is definitely a powerful film. It's a real "art-y film" and an "actor's film".
The DVD is OK, with some good, normal bonus features like deleted scenes, an HBO presentation on the making of "Road to Perdition", a commentary track with Sam Mendes, production notes, and a photo gallery. It is available in both wide screen and full frame formats.
I highly recommend "Road to Perdition".

Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (Widescreen Edition)
Star Wars: Episode II - Attack of the Clones (Widescreen Edition)
DVD ~ Ewan McGregor
Offered by Achilles' Reel
Price: $46.02
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6 of 14 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Extremely UNDERRATED motion picture epic!, February 16, 2003
"Star Wars--Episode II: Attack of the Clones" was unfairly trashed by film critics and even by so-called "Star Wars" fans alike. Respectively and understandably, the new trilogy will never be as clever or as exciting as it's original, but that's only because people expect so much from these films now that they usually end up being disappointed because they weren't "as perfect as fans had imagined them to be". Director and creator of "Star Wars", George Lucas, has at least realized that he can't please all of his fans all of the time.
PLOT SUMMARY: "Attack of the Clones" takes place ten years later after "The Phantom Menace". Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen...who did very well in his role, dispite much critizism), is now a teenage and Master Obi-Wan Kanobi's (Ewan McGregor) Jedi apprentice. Summoned by the Jedi Order, Obi-Wan and Anakin must protect Senator Padme Amidala (Natalie Portman) from danger, as the Empire is failing. After Amidala is attacked, Obi-Wan goes off to hunt down Jango Fett (Temuera Morrison), who he believes is responsible for the attacks. This leaves Anakin to protect Amidala, and they must travel to her home planet for safety. While on Naboo, Anakin and Amidala struggle with their personal feelings for each other, as a Jedi cannot fall in love and Amidala wants to concentrate on her duties. But as the film progresses, their love grows stronger, and ultimately, they realize that they cannot hide their feelings for one another. Meanwhile, Obi-Wan hunts down Jango Fett, and they get involved in a lightsaber duel, but Obi-Wan also learns that it isn't Fett who is endangering the Senator and the Empire, but it is the mysterious Count Dooku (Christopher Lee), once a Jedi Knight who went over to the Dark Side and wants power from the Empire. The end of "Attack of the Clones" features a spectacular lightsaber duel between Count Dooku, Anakin, Obi-Wan, and even Yoda (Frank Oz), and the introduction to Episode III.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: I personally think "Attack of the Clones" is a fantastic addition to the "Star Wars" series. Lots of great action/lightsaber battle sequences, good acting (for a "Star Wars" film, anyway), and perfectly-casted actors. The sepcial effects are superb, and I can only imagine what the special effects will be like in Episode--III. The original score by John Williams is incredible, I especially like the "Love Theme". The dialouge is a little weak, but c'mon--wasn't ALL "Star Wars" dialouge like that? If you want to see a film with superb dialouge and Oscar worthy performances, then go see a film like "The Hours". But if you want to relive the magic of "Star Wars" and see the continuation of this exciting, thrilling sci-fic masterpiece, then go see "Attack of the Clones".
The DVD is a masterpiece of itself. There are two discs. The second disc features hours and hours of extra bonus footage, basically that saying, there's no way you could watch all of the bonus features in one day. At least two days is needed; perhaps more. The DVD bonus features include eight deleted scenes with introductions, commentary track by the filmmakers, a documentary on the creation of the digital characters, find out more about the animatics team, a documentary on the sound, three featurettes, 12-part web documentary, a music video featuring John Williams, production photos, one-sheet posters, trailers, exclusive DVD-ROM features, and much more. The DVD is available in wide screen and full frame formats.
I highly recommend "Star Wars--Episode II: Attack of the Clones".

Scooby-Doo (Widescreen Edition)
Scooby-Doo (Widescreen Edition)
DVD ~ Matthew Lillard
Offered by PRIME USA
Price: $4.20
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1 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Zoinks! Like, Scooby-Doo, where are you?!, February 8, 2003
"Scooby-Doo" is the live-action film version based on the original hit cartoon series, "Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?". Directed by Raja Gosnell, it is fun and has the same spirit as the TV series did, while in 3-D.
PLOT SUMMARY: In the opening of the film version of "Scooby-Doo", the Scooby gang are in the middle of solving a mystery. They have become very famous, but when Velma (Linda Cardellini) thinks everything is too formulatic, she decides to quite. The self-proclaimed leader and concited Fred (Freddie Prinze Jr.) as well as Daphne (Sarah Michelle Gellar) also quite, leaving Shaggy (Matthew Lillard) and Scooby behind with the Mystery van. Two years later, all five of them receive mysterious invitations to an amusement park for college students called Spooky Island. At the airport, they discover that all of them have received the invitations and reluclantly decide to go. On the plane, Shaggy meets Mary Jane (Isla Fisher) and falls in love with her. It's ironic how she's allergic to dogs. When they get to Spooky Island, they meet the strange theme park owner, Emile Mondavarious (Rowan Atkinson) who claims that something has gone terribly wrong in his theme park: the students who come to the park, arrive as their normal, wild and crazy selves. But when they leave, they are super-serious students, who act almost like zombies. Now, it's up to the Mystery Inc. gang to solve the mystery before it destroys all of humanity.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: I must say how surprised I am by liking the film. I guess it's because I loved the TV show. The acting performances are probably the best part about the film--watching these young, talented actors like Gellar, Cardellini, Prinze Jr., and especially Lillard, transform into the cartoon characters who everybody loves. But Lillard steals the show--he manages to capture Shaggy's character like no other and brings him to life. I really believed that Matthew Lillard wasn't just PLAYING Shaggy, but he WAS Shaggy. The storyline is fun, light, and easy to follow. It can be scary at times for very young children, but it is mainly harmless. The directing by Raja Gosnell was amazing, and the special effects were awesome, especially the CG Scooby. It must be a challenge for actors to play alongside any CG character, but the cast of "Scooby" pulled it off really well. There are enough surprises to keep you interested, even though it may seem a bit predictable.
The DVD has lots of goodies which include a making of the film documentary, filmmakers' and cast's commentary options, never-before-seen footage, featurettes, a music video, "hidden extras", interactive computer games, and DVD-ROM extras. The DVD is available in both wide screen and full frame formats.
I highly recommend "Scooby-Doo".

I Got You / Is It Saturday Yet / Rockstar Baby [CD-SINGLE] [IMPORT]
I Got You / Is It Saturday Yet / Rockstar Baby [CD-SINGLE] [IMPORT]
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7 of 11 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great single for the best song off 'Now Or Never', February 7, 2003
"I Got You" is indeed, the best song off of the 'Now Or Never' album by Nick Carter. Unfortunately, this song is only being released as an international single...the Americans won't get to hear this beautiful song unless the own the album or downloaded it from the internet. "I Got You" is a ballad, with an 80's rock/pop feel to it. Nick's gorgeous, raspy voice fits perfectly with the song, and the lyrics are just beautiful. Another Max Martin masterpiece. Here are the track listings:
1. "I Got You" [album version] ~ what more can I say that hasn't already been said about this truly amazing song?! 5/5 stars
2. "Is It Saturday Yet?" [from 'Now Or Never'] ~ another great 'NoN' track with a rockin' beat and fun lyrics. Nick's vocals are awesome. 4/5 stars
3. "Rockstar Baby" [non-album cut] ~ fun song! I liked it a lot. 5/5 stars
4. "I Got You" [enhanced video] ~ the amazing music video can be played when you put this CD into your computer CD-ROM drive. The music video takes place out on the ocean--Nick is sailing alone with a pretty girl, and they sail over to a beach. 5/5 stars
I think Nick Carter is truly one of the most underrated artists out there right now. He is incredibly talented and a very wonderful person. Unlike Justin Timberlake, Nick actually deserves fame and success. So what if he isn't dating Britney Spears? Does he need to be dating Brit in order to get a little exposer? This CD single is amazing.
I highly recommend the "I Got You" CD single.

Hocus Pocus
Hocus Pocus
DVD ~ Bette Midler
Price: $9.99
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0 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Terrific Halloween Disney fun!, February 5, 2003
This review is from: Hocus Pocus (DVD)
Though some Pagons and Wiccans may find "Hocus Pocus" to be insulting to their religion, it is really not. It is just another little harmless Disney gem that was meant to entertain. And boy, did it EVER!
PLOT SUMMARY: The story of "Hocus Pocus" revolves around the three evil witches--Winifred (Bette Midler), Sarah (Sarah Jessica Parker), and Mary (Kathy Najimy) Sanderson of Colonial Salem, Massachusetts. They are hung to death by the townspeople after they supposibly killed a young girl and her older brother, Thackery Binks. But in reality, they sucked the life out of the young girl to make themselves younger and more beautiful, and turned Thackery into a black cat. Right before they died however, they promised the townspeople that they would come back to life and suck all the lives out of children in Salem when a virgin lights the black candle in their home. Flashfoward to preasent day, Salem. Max Dennison (Omri Katz) is a rebellious teenager who recently moved to the town with his family from Los Angeles. On Halloween night, Max is forced to take his kid sister, Dani (a young Thora Birch), out trick-or-treating. While out (and after being bullied by some neighborhood guys), Max and Dani arrive at a very large house. It happens to be the home of Allison (Vinessa Shaw), Max's new crush. In school that day, Max and Allison's teacher told them the story of the Sanderson sisters, which Max didn't believe. To impress Allison, Max suggests that they go to the home of the Sanderson sisters so he can light the black candle and prove that the story is false. Both Allison and Dani, who strongly believe in the story, agree to go. Once at the Sanderson house, Max is about to light the candle when they are stopped by a strange black cat who can talk--it's Thackery Binks, who warns Max not to light the candle. Max, however, ignores Thackery and lights it anyway, bringing the sisters back to life so they can finish their sinister scheme. Now, it's up to Max, Allison, Dani, and Thackery to finish the sisters off once and for all.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: I found this film extremely hilarious and entertaining as a kid, and I still do today. Excellent acting performances by the entire cast--Midler, Parker, and Najimy are particular standouts, as well as Katz. The special effects are great, and there's a wonderful storyline. The music is haunting, too. Wish I could find the soundtrack CD. Though slightly predictable, it is still a lot of fun. The DVD lacks though, big-time. Only drawback--should have added special features, at least a trailer or commentary track. If you want thrills and laughs on Halloween, look no further than "Hocus Pocus"! The DVD is available in wide screen format.
I highly recommend "Hocus Pocus".

DVD ~ Mel Gibson
Price: $5.80
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8 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Thrilling and utterly outstanding piece of film!, February 4, 2003
This review is from: Signs (DVD)
"Signs" is the next thriller, offered by director/writer/producer, M. Night Shyamalan, who also made "The Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable".
PLOT SUMMARY: "Signs" takes place in the rural farm area of Pennsylvania, where a retired Preacher lives with his two children and younger brother. Mel Gibson stars as Father Graham Hess, who has lost all Faith in God ever since his wife died in a terrible car accident. One day, Graham thinks his children, Morgan and Bo (Rory Culkin and Abigail Breslin) are missing in the corn fields. He and his brother, Merrill (Joaquin Phoenix), go out searching for them and discover the legendary Crop Circles in the field. At first, Graham and Merrill insist that it's nothing but teenagers playing jokes, but things start getting creepy when they watch TV and find out that Crop Circles are being found all across the Globe, according to the mysterious news that keeps on being repeated on every single radio station and television channel. When the family dogs start acting up, they are put outside and not much later, one of them dies. Other strange occurences that happen on the farm are that they keep on getting strange signals from Morgan's walkie talkie and someone--or something--has been tresspassing onto their land every night. Morgan keeps on insisting that it's "extra terrestrials" trying to make contact with Earth, but Graham won't believe it. However, when nothing else in Graham's theories seem to work, it all adds up to the fact that maybe--just MAYBE--Morgan might be right.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: M. Night Shyamalan has taken the elements of religion, science, fiction, and even a little bit of horror, twisted them together, and turned them (along with top-notch acting performances, great special effects, and a superb storyline), into a spectacular and spooky film. Mel Gibson gives one of his best performances to-date, as the retired minster who's lack of self-belief in religion really nearly drives him to insanity with the Crop Circles. Joaquin Phoenix also gives a superb performance as Graham's younger brother who came to live with the family after Graham's wife died. Rory Culkin and Abigail Breslin are amazing as the kids who believe what's really causing the Crop Circles to form are aliens trying to give Earth signals, as there are only a limited number of them and they are basically the same. The supporting cast does well, too...and M. Night Shyalaman even makes an appearence in the supporting cast, as he usually does in his films. The special effects are wonderful, and the storyline and plot are solid and strong--holds your interest to the very end. A real "thinker's film", and still manages to keep you entertained...and maybe even a little spooked.
The DVD includes a nice package of extras including a six-part documentary on the making of the film, five deleted scenes, storyboards, and a featurette on Shyalaman's first alien film. The DVD is available in wide screen format.
I highly recommend "Signs".

Dennis the Menace (Special Edition)
Dennis the Menace (Special Edition)
DVD ~ Walter Matthau
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Classic '90s comedy., January 26, 2003
"Dennis the Menace", directed by Nick Castle, is based on the hit 60's sitcom, by the same title.
PLOT SUMMARY: Mason Gamble stars as Dennis Mitchell, a young kid who just can't seem to stay out of trouble. He doesn't MEAN to cause trouble...he just well, does. Walter Matthau stars as Dennis's grumpy next door neighbor, Mr. Wilson, who can't STAND Dennis. When Dennis's parents go away (Robert Stanton and Lea Thompson), Dennis must stay with the Wilsons, and Mr. Wilson is extremely unhappy about this. But when Dennis gets out of line, Mr. Wilson gets so angry that he yells at Dennis, which makes Dennis run away. That's when the real trouble begins...Dennis encounters an old neighborhood thief, Switchblade Sam (Christopher Lloyd), who kidnaps Dennis, and soon Dennis learns that Switchblade Sam has stolen some items from the Wilsons' house (and others from his neighborhood), so it's up to Dennis to save the day.
MY OVERALL THOUGHTS: I haven't seen this film in a long time, but I remember it well. The acting from the entire cast is great. The storyline is light-hearted and fun. Mason Gamble was a perfect choice for Dennis. The directing is wonderful, too.
From the looks of the DVD, there is going to be some great special features. The bonus features will include a behind-the-scenes featurette, a documentary on Dennis the Menace, a special "memories" document with Mason Gamble, a conversation with Walter Matthau, and another conversation with writer and producer, John Hughes. The DVD will also include trailers and a DVD-ROM game. The DVD will be available in wide screen format.
I highly recommend "Dennis the Menace".

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