Beautiful Boy (R) Based on the memoirs by David and Nicolas Sheff, this ball stars Steve Carell as a acknowledged freelance announcer who watches his boyish son (Timothée Chalamet) become a meth addict. Administrator Felix van Groeningen smartly adopts a non-linear anatomy that mimics the banality of addiction and its cycles of relapse, rehab, and sobriety. The acting actuality is appealing faultless, too, with Chalamet proficiently assuming the tics and cravings and fits of abasement of a tweaker. Yet while van Groeningen’s ambition to abstain a tidy and adorning resolution is admirable, it still feels like he’s aloof axle ache on top of ache like he did in his Belgian blur The Broken Circle Breakdown. David Sheff’s book is far added abstraction than this well-intentioned film. Additionally with Maura Tierney, Amy Ryan, Kaitlyn Dever, Andre Royo, LisaGay Hamilton, Jack Dylan Grazer, and Timothy Hutton. (Opens Friday)
Bodied (R) Calum Aces stars in this ball as a white alum apprentice who blaze a campus abuse aback he decides to address his apriorism on action rap. Additionally with Jackie Long, Rory Uphold, Walter Perez, Shoniqua Shandai, Debra Wilson, Anthony Michael Hall, and Charlamagne tha God. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Can You Anytime Forgive Me? (R) Melissa McCarthy stars in this biopic of Lee Israel, the celebrity biographer who became a arcane due to banking difficulties. Additionally with Richard E. Grant, Dolly Wells, Ben Falcone, Stephen Spinella, Anna Deavere Smith, and Jane Curtin. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Daughters of the Sexual Revolution: The Untold Adventure of the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders (NR) The latest documentary by Dana Adam Shapiro (Murderball) is about the cheerleaders’ acceleration to acclaim in the 1970s and appulse on the accepted culture. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
The Happy Prince (R) Rupert Everett writes, directs, and stars in this biographical ball about Oscar Wilde’s activity afterwards his absolution from prison. Additionally with Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Colin Morgan, Anna Chancellor, Edwin Thomas, Julian Wadham, and Tom Wilkinson. (Opens Friday at AMC Grapevine Mills)
In Harm’s Way (NR) This Apple War II blur stars Emile Hirsch as an American adviser pilot whose alike goes bottomward in Japanese-occupied China. Additionally with Liu Yifei, Vincent Riotta, Gallen Lo, Li Fangcong, Vivian Wu, Yu Shaoqun, and Tsukagoshi Hirotaka. (Opens Friday at AMC Grapevine Mills)
In Chase of Greatness (PG-13) This documentary by Gabe Polsky (Red Army) is about athletes advised the greatest in their sport. Starring Wayne Gretzky, Jerry Rice, and Pelé. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Monster Party (NR) This abstruseness is about three teenagers (Sam Strike, Virginia Gardner, and Brandon Micheal Hall) who breach into a abode that turns out to be hosting a consecutive analgesic cult. Additionally with Julian McMahon, Robin Tunney, Erin Moriarty, Diego Boneta, Bill Engvall, and Lance Red. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
1985 (NR) Yen Tan’s ball stars Cory Michael Smith as a closeted man in the 1980s who struggles with advancing out to his ancestors during Thanksgiving. Additionally with Virginia Madsen, Jamie Chung, Ryan Piers Williams, and Michael Chiklis. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Nobody’s Fool (R) Tiffany Haddish stars in Tyler Perry’s latest ball as a afresh appear ex-convict who determines to get animus on the actuality who’s been catfishing her sister (Tika Sumpter). Additionally with Amber Riley, Mehcad Brooks, Omari Hardwick, Missi Pyle, and Whoopi Goldberg. (Opens Friday)
The Nutcracker and the Four Realms (PG) This Disney blur based on the Tchaikovsky ballet stars Mackenzie Foy as a little babe transported into a bewitched branch of toy soldiers and applique men. Additionally with Helen Mirren, Keira Knightley, Richard E. Grant, Eugenio Derbez, Sergei Polunin, Misty Copeland, Matthew Macfadyen, Omid Djalili, Ellie Bamber, and Morgan Freeman. (Opens Friday)
The Added Side of the Wind (R) Orson Welles’ latest film, accumulated from asperous documentary footage from the 1940s and filmed footage from the 1970s, stars John Huston as a dying blur administrator aggravating to complete one aftermost activity and advertent his legacy. Additionally with Robert Random, Joseph McBride, Lilli Palmer, Edmond O’Brien, Mercedes McCambridge, Susan Strasberg, and Peter Bogdanovich. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Rampant (NR) This Korean actual crank cine stars Hyun Bin as a medieval prince who’s affected to assure his commonwealth from a affliction of monsters. Additionally with Jang Dong-gun, Lee Sun-bin, Kim Eui-sung, Jeong Man-sik, and Kim Tae-woo. (Opens Friday at AMC Grapevine Mills)
Trouble (NR) Anjelica Huston and Bill Pullman brilliant in Theresa Rebeck’s ball about ancestors angry over the auctioning of their backward father’s estate. Additionally with David Morse, Brian d’Arcy James, and Julia Stiles. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Viper Club (R) This blur by Maryam Keshavarz (Circumstance) stars Susan Sarandon as a woman who goes to alone accommodate the absolution of her war-correspondent son (Matt Bomer) aback he’s taken earnest abroad. Additionally with Edie Falco, Lola Kirke, Julian Morris, Adepero Oduye, and Sheila Vand. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Wildlife (PG-13) Acclimatized from Richard Ford’s atypical by Paul Dano, this ball stars Ed Oxenbould as a jailbait growing up in 1960 Montana and watching the alliance of his parents (Jake Gyllenhaal and Carey Mulligan) breach apart. Additionally with Bill Camp. (Opens Friday in Dallas)
Air Strike (NR) This Chinese Apple War II ball stars Liu Ye and Fan Bingbing as attrition fighters aggravating to accumulate Japanese armament from antibacterial an important installation. Additionally with Bruce Willis, Song Seung-heon, William Wai-Ting Chan, Huang Shengyi, Nicholas Tse, Rumer Willis, and Adrien Brody.
Bad Times at the El Royale (R) Finally, a Pulp Fiction carbon absolutely aces of continuing beside the original. Drew Goddard (The Cabin in the Woods) directs this abstruseness set during the Nixon administering at a once-grand resort auberge on Lake Tahoe, area a accumulation of strangers and their bent plots bisect during the offseason. Goddard is clumsily able about the way these altered bodies bisect and in his use of music. (As a down-on-her-luck Motown singer, Cynthia Erivo sings abundant covers and makes an consequence amid better-known actors.) Perhaps the blur doesn’t acquire abundant of a adjustment for its 141 minutes, but it wears that active time actual agilely and throws in so abounding artifice twists that you’ll acquire fun aloof afterward them. Additionally with Jeff Bridges, Dakota Johnson, Jon Hamm, Cailee Spaeny, Lewis Pullman, Xavier Dolan, Shea Whigham, Nick Offerman, and Chris Hemsworth.
Crazy Rich Asians (PG-13) A adventurous ball that both you and your old Chinese grandmother can enjoy. Based on Kevin Kwan’s banana novel, the adventure is about a Chinese-American assistant (Constance Wu) who aback learns that her handsome admirer of a year (Henry Golding) is from an abundantly affluent ancestors in Singapore, area he takes her for his best friend’s wedding. Administrator Jon M. Chu has some agitation all-around a ample canvas of relatives, and the subplot with the guy’s accessory (Gemma Chan) watching her perfect-seeming alliance abatement afar is decidedly balky. Still, the blur uses its abundantly Mandarin soundtrack able-bodied and acquiescently takes in Singapore’s arch day-tripper attractions. The abysmal acknowledging casting helps save the money from actuality added than abundance porn, with the rapper Awkwafina burglary the appearance as the heroine’s bleached-blonde best friend. Additionally with Michelle Yeoh, Chris Pang, Sonoya Mizuno, Ronny Chieng, Lisa Lu, Jing Lusi, Nico Santos, Remy Hii, Pierre Png, Kris Aquino, Harry Shum Jr., and Ken Jeong.
First Adulation (NR) This Filipino affair stars Aga Muhlach as a abettor who avalanche for a able columnist (Bea Alonzo). Additionally with Edward Barber, Sandy Andolong, Albie Casiño, Tim Donadt, and Lee O’Brian.
First Man (PG-13) Not great, but awfully impressive. The latest blur by Damien Chazelle is this actual ball about Neil Armstrong (Ryan Gosling), assuming the backward astronaut as a aloof beatnik addled by his 2-year-old daughter’s death, throwing himself into his assignment to aloof the pain. This is based on James R. Hansen’s absolutely researched book, but the ball is provided by Chazelle, who makes abiding we apprehend every crepitate in the metal ships as they fly through amplitude and feel the alarming crisis of aboriginal amplitude flight. Admirers of Chazelle’s beforehand films like La La Land and Whiplash may not acknowledge to the affecting abstemiousness apparent here, but others may like his alertness and adeptness to do article else. We blow the stars here, aloof as we did in Chazelle’s aftermost film. Additionally with Claire Foy, Jason Clarke, Corey Stoll, Ethan Embry, Pablo Schreiber, Christopher Abbott, Olivia Hamilton, Ciarán Hinds, Lukas Haas, Shea Whigham, Patrick Fugit, Cory Michael Smith, and Kyle Chandler.
Goosebumps 2: Apparitional Halloween (PG) It’s the aforementioned plot! They acclimated the aforementioned plot! Jack Atramentous reprises his role as R.L. Stine (a abundant abate allotment this time), as a brace of boys (Jeremy Ray Taylor and Caleel Harris) who weren’t absorbing abundant to accomplish it into the casting of Stranger Things ascertain a book that unleashes all the monsters from Stine’s books on their baby town. The cine gets a few devious action from the adults in the casting (particularly Ken Jeong as a acquaintance who goes way abdicate on his Halloween decorations), but cue a agglomeration of CGI monsters that aren’t alarming and apish hijinks. You’re abundant bigger off watching the added kiddie-horror blur this division that stars Jack Black. Additionally with Wendi McLendon-Covey, Madison Iseman, Bryce Cass, and Chris Parnell.
Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Consecutive Analgesic (PG-13) Aback they say “biggest,” do they beggarly physically? Earl Billings plays the Philadelphia abortionist who murdered babies built-in animate as able-bodied as one mother in his clinic. Additionally with Dean Cain, Janine Turner, Nick Searcy, Adroitness Montie, and Michael Beach.
Halloween (R) Gives the Laurie Strode-Michael Myers altercation the afterpiece that admirers deserve. Jamie Lee Curtis allotment to the alternation in this aftereffect to the iconic 1978 slasher blur that ignores all the movies in amid (except for Easter eggs blowzy throughout the film). Forty years afterwards the contest of the aboriginal movie, Michael escapes from his brainy asylum, and Laurie has spent all those decades training herself to annihilate him. In his aboriginal attack into horror, David Gordon Green imitates the attending and adornment of John Carpenter’s aboriginal cine as carefully as accessible afterwards apathy to portray its charlatan as addition dangerous. This is the Michael Myers we acquire missed. Additionally with Will Patton, Judy Greer, Miles Robbins, Haluk Bilginer, Andi Matichak, Rhian Rees, and P.J. Soles. — Chase Whale
The Hate U Accord (PG-13) Sometimes in life, you aloof charge a atramentous babe continuing on the awning of a car and cogent you to bake bottomward this accomplished rotten apple that white bodies built. That’s the absurd canyon that this boyhood cine acclimatized from Angie Thomas’ atypical comes to. Amandla Stenberg plays a boyish babe who watches her caught African-American adolescence acquaintance (Algee Smith) get attack by a white cop during a cartage stop. The consistent media uproar gets her addled by both added cops and the bounded assemblage arbiter (Anthony Mackie), who acclimated to apply her dad. The blur covers a abundant accord of arena afterwards benumbed over itself, and adept administrator George Tillman Jr. weaves the altered artifice accoutrement and characters calm until the blur is as close as a George Eliot novel. In arrest such barbed amusing and ancestral issues, this boyhood blur is article attenuate and valuable. Additionally with Regina Hall, Russell Hornsby, Common, Sabrina Carpenter, K.J. Apa, Dominique Fishback, Lamar Johnson, TJ Wright, and Issa Rae.
The House With a Clock in Its Walls (PG) What’s weirder, torture-porn administrator Eli Roth authoritative a kids’ cine for Disney, or the actuality that his cine kinda works? The Hostel filmmaker adapts John Bellairs’ atypical about an orphaned boy in the 1950s (Owen Vaccaro) who goes to alive with his aberrant uncle (Jack Black) and discovers that he’s a archimage angry the armament of evil. Atramentous is well-matched with Cate Blanchett as a ideal next-door acquaintance with agnate bewitched powers, which makes up for Vaccaro’s bathetic attendance in the advance role. No matter, the absolute adventure actuality is how able-bodied Roth tones bottomward his horror-movie abilities for the adolescent set afterwards accident his acumen or his cadaverous faculty of humor. His abstraction of a white-bread American suburb apparitional by terrors reminds you of Tim Burton during his celebrity days. Additionally with Kyle MacLachlan, Renée Elise Goldsberry, Sunny Suljic, Lorenza Izzo, and Colleen Camp.
Hunter Analgesic (R) This abysmal blur was fabricated afore 2016, and does it anytime show. Gerard Butler stars as a U.S. nuclear sub captain who charge avoid a war with Russia by alteration the country’s admiral (Alexander Diachenko) to assurance afterwards he’s deposed by a coup. This is far added watchable than best of Butler’s contempo films, if you can avoid the aberancy of the Russian characters speaking English to one another. Weirder still is the accomplished vibe that the Americans and Russians can save the apple if they assignment together. Had we apparent this three years ago, it would acquire looked like a altogether accustomed abysmal flick. Now it looks hopelessly dated. Additionally with Gary Oldman, Common, Linda Cardellini, Caroline Goodall, Toby Stephens, Mikhail Gorovoy, Zane Holtz, Michael Trucco, and the backward Michael Nyqvist.
Indivisible (PG-13) This Christian blur stars Justin Bruening as an Army clergyman who allotment home to acquisition his war adventures aggressive his marriage. Additionally with Sarah Drew, Jason George, Madeline Carroll, Skye P. Marshall, and Tia Mowry-Harddrict.
Johnny English Strikes Again (PG) Rowan Atkinson shows his age in this third blur starring him as the bumbling British abstruse agent. By now, we apperceive that aback Johnny crows about his best Aston Martin’s gas mileage, it’ll end up abandoned on the road, and aback he and Abettor Bough (Ben Miller) affectation as French waiters in a restaurant, they’ll set the abode on fire. The appearance is ashore in place, and biographer William Davies can’t anticipate of a new abode for him to go, nor can he anticipate of funny new characters to accompany Johnny into acquaintance with. Atkinson is 63 and no best as agile as he already was, and he continues never to acquire begin a acceptable assistant aback Richard Curtis went into aesthetic decline. Additionally with Olga Kurylenko, Jake Lacy, Adam James, Charles Dance, Edward Fox, Michael Gambon, and Emma Thompson.
London Fields (R) “Love is blind, but it can accomplish you see a aphotic man.” Uh, what? This absolutely incomprehensible adjustment of Martin Amis’ atypical stars Billy Bob Thornton as an American biographer active in London who invents a adventure about a coquette fatale (Amber Heard) who has diplomacy with altered men in an attack to acquisition out which one will try to annihilate her on Guy Fawkes Day. The biographer finds himself activity about the burghal talking to his characters, or maybe he’s aloof hallucinating from his affliction medications. First-time dIrector Matthew Cullen makes a able blend out of Amis’ swings in accent and mood, and the accomplished affair plays like a subpar mash-up of Tarantino and Danny Boyle. As a council-housing wife and mother, Cara Delevingne gives the alone achievement that isn’t in air quotes. Additionally with Theo James, Jim Sturgess, Gemma Chan, Jaimie Alexander, Lily Cole, and Jason Isaacs.
Mid90s (R) In his aboriginal administering effort, Jonah Hill nails the vibe of growing up in Southern California in the 1990s. I aloof ambition the cine had a little added activity for it than affection and tone. Sunny Suljic stars as a 13-year-old boy who flees his calumniating home for a accumulation of skateboarding kids who attending out for one another, admitting not consistently in the best ways. The apathetic rhythms and abstracted cinematography are supplemented by Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross’ score, and the accidentally racist and phobic badinage amid the skaters is able-bodied observed. The ball doesn’t appear to abundant of a point, though. Eighth Grade did this accomplished affair better. Additionally with Lucas Hedges, Na-kel Smith, Olan Prenatt, Gio Galicia, Ryder McLaughlin, and Katherine Waterston.
Night School (PG-13) Kevin Hart and Tiffany Haddish are the surest bets in African-American ball adapted now, and they don’t abort in this one, alike if the actual doesn’t absolutely deserve their talents. Hart plays a high-school dropout who resolves to get his GED so he can feel aces of his gorgeous, accomplished fiancée (Megalyn Echikunwoke), and Haddish plays his determined adviser who won’t acquire his glad-handing attempts to skate through her course. The acknowledging players are ashen and some of the set pieces are creakily contrived, but the script’s honest administration of acquirements disabilities and the abilities of its two advance actors are abundant to acquire it a gentleman’s C. Additionally with Taran Killam, Rob Riggle, Romany Malco, Al Madrigal, Ben Schwartz, Anne Winters, Keith David, Fat Joe, and Mary Lynn Rajskub.
The Nun (R) Yet addition instance of filmmakers jumping out from abaft a timberline and adage “Boo!” aback you already saw their clothes abashed out from abaft the trunk. This prequel to The Conjuring takes abode in 1952, aback a Vatican investigator (Demián Bichir) and a adolescent amateur (Taissa Farmiga) are beatific to a abbey in rural Romania area a nun has afresh hanged herself. There, they appointment the demon nun (Bonnie Aarons) in assorted disguises. Administrator Corin Hardy leans heavily on the Catholic adumbration and the pre-modern ambience to accord all this a chilling atmosphere. It doesn’t work. Farmiga’s best efforts are wasted. Additionally with Jonas Bloquet, Ingrid Bisu, Sandra Teles, Lynette Gaza, and Charlotte Hope.
The Old Man & the Gun (PG-13) If this is Robert Redford’s aftermost awning role, it’s a admirable way to go out. David Lowery’s blur dramatizes the accurate adventure of Forrest Tucker, the admirer coffer bandit (whose aftermost home was in Fort Worth) who beggared banks able-bodied into his 70s. Redford is a contentment in every arena he’s in, capturing the thief’s acquiescent agreeableness that allows him to escape prisons and affair a agriculturist (Sissy Spacek). Somehow, this feels added automated than Lowery’s added low-budget films, alike admitting the absolute bisected with Casey Affleck as a burned-out Dallas cop is a annoyance on the proceedings. Aloof see this for Lowery’s adherent admiration to 1970s escapade films and Redford’s glossy account of addition accountable to act as he does. Additionally with Danny Glover, Tom Waits, Tika Sumpter, John David Washington, Isiah Whitlock Jr., and Elisabeth Moss.
Silencio (R) Lorena Villarreal’s abstruseness stars Melina Matthews as a woman gluttonous a active abundance in Mexico to save her son’s life. Additionally with John Noble, Michael Chauvet, Ian Garcia Monterrubio, Hoze Melendez, Tina Romero, and Rupert Graves.
A Simple Favor (R) A massive advance on the Darcey Bell atypical that this is acclimatized from, this adorable and well-cast abstruseness stars Anna Kendrick as a mom blogger who spearheads the chase aback her glamorous, abstruse new best acquaintance (Blake Lively) aback disappears. This is a able career move for Paul Feig, acceptance him to do article altered afterwards absolutely abandoning his strengths as a filmmaker afterwards the bomb of his Ghostbusters remake. He plays up the ball in this abstruseness plot, and there’s a abundant banana affinity amid Kendrick as a bang ambuscade a aphotic abstruse and Lively as a sociopathic seductress with a ability for bane put-downs. Everybody complex actuality comes out of it in a new light. Additionally with Henry Golding, Linda Cardellini, Rupert Friend, Ian Ho, Joshua Satine, and Andrew Rannells.
The Sisters Brothers (R) Jacques Audiard is accepted for authoritative a abomination thrillers in his built-in France, but a Western is a acceptable fit for him as he makes his aboriginal English-language film. John C. Reilly and Joaquin Phoenix comedy assassins and brothers called Sisters who roam the West Coast in 1851 attractive to acquisition and annihilate a dandified advance (Jake Gyllenhaal) and his scientist acquaintance (Riz Ahmed). Audiard and cinematographer Benoît Debie actualize some admirable visuals of the Spanish countryside (standing in for 19th-century America), but the administrator isn’t abashed of scattering claret during the film’s abundant shootout sequences. Reilly’s appropriateness anchors the blur as a man developed weary of killing and attractive afterwards his alcoholic, loose-cannon brother and aloof wants to go aback home to his farm. Additionally with Allison Tolman, Carol Kane, and Rutger Hauer.
Smallfoot (PG) Astonishing aloof how little happens in this cine over such a continued aeon of time. This activated blur is set in a fundamentalist association of Himalayan yetis who are accomplished that bodies don’t exist, until one yeti (voiced by Channing Tatum) encounters a ratings-hungry British attributes TV host (voiced by James Corden) and throws both the yetis and the bodies into chaos. Director/co-writer Karey Kirkpatrick has not brought his best actual here, and the agreeable numbers alone pad out the active time afterwards accidental annihilation fresh. The appellation is appropriate, aback the cine will leave a baby brand on your memory. Additional choir by Zendaya, Gina Rodriguez, Common, Yara Shahidi, Danny DeVito, and LeBron James.
A Brilliant Is Built-in (R) There’s being in this accommodate that the antecedent versions of this adventure don’t have. Bradley Cooper stars in this show-business tragedy as a country-rock brilliant on his way bottomward who avalanche in adulation with and marries a pop brilliant (Lady Gaga) on her way up. Authoritative his filmmaking debut, Cooper directs this with added adequacy than flair, but he’s absolutely acceptable with atmosphere (whether he’s in a awkward annoyance bar or on a arenaceous agronomical in Arizona) and he sings able-bodied abundant to be aboveboard as a music brilliant who fills up arenas. The cine misses a adventitious to animadversion on how distinction is altered now than in antecedent years, but Lady Gaga turns out to be a trump card. Casting a first-time cine amateur as a appearance abundant like herself is no agreement of a acceptable performance, but she delivers both on the amusement and the tragedy of the role here, as able-bodied as the character’s agreeable chops. Additionally with Sam Elliott, Andrew Dice Clay, Rafi Gavron, Anthony Ramos, Ron Rifkin, Eddie Griffin, and Dave Chappelle.
Venom (PG-13) Terrible, but additionally kinda fun. Tom Hardy stars in this Marvel Comics adjustment as a ashamed announcer who becomes adulterated with an conflicting animal that allows him to change into a bulletproof barbarian that bites off people’s heads. The artifice makes no faculty and administrator Ruben Fleischer can’t do abundant with all the CGI in this thing, but Hardy gives the funniest achievement of his career in ball sequences area he’s not in ascendancy of his body. The moments with the conflicting speaking to him in a articulation alone he can apprehend are appealing funny, too. This would acquire been alarming if the filmmakers had alone had the adventuresomeness to go the abounding Deadpool with this material. Additionally with Michelle Williams, Jenny Slate, Riz Ahmed, Scott Haze, Reid Scott, Melora Walters, and Woody Harrelson.
Free Solo (PG-13) Jimmy Chin and Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi’s documentary follows bedrock climber Alex Honnold as he prepares to calibration the face of El Capitan in Yosemite National Park afterwards ropes or gear.
Galveston (NR) Mélanie Laurent directs this abstruseness about a dying hit man (Ben Foster) who allotment to his hometown to booty animus on the man who set him up to be killed. Additionally with Elle Fanning, Lili Reinhart, Maria Valverde, and Adepero Oduye.
Glass Jaw (NR) Lee Kholafai stars in this ball as a best boxer who avalanche from grace. Additionally with Jon Gries, Mark Rolston, Caitlin O’Connor, and Jaime Camil.
What They Had (R) Elizabeth Chomko’s ball is about a ancestors ambidextrous with the advanced dementia of the ancestors dame (Blythe Danner). Additionally with Hilary Swank, Michael Shannon, Robert Forster, Taissa Farmiga, and Josh Lucas.
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