On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we decided to dive a little deeper into the history of movie and TV ratings. Where did they come from, who uses them in modern times, why do they use them? We especially take a look at if we should possibly reevaluate how reliable and seemingly flexibly inconsistent ratings tend to be. It's an in-depth and enlightening discussion on how society looks at movie and TV ratings. 

Also on this episode, our Movie Manners topic returns to look at theater distractions, viewers watched over 4 trillion minutes of TV during the 21-22 season, TV's Bloody Friday strikes again, Star Wars gains another series, and much more!

Discussed on this episode

    • (0:00 – 34:34) Opening | Movie and TV News Discussion - The Dark Universe Anniversary, Star Wars, 4 Trillion Minutes of TV Watched, TV's Bloody Friday
    • (34:35 – 43:37) Recommendations
    • (43:38 – 1:40:51) From the Outside In: Movie and TV Ratings
    • (1:40:52 - 1:47:12) Movie Manners | Closing
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Category:general -- posted at: 1:00am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we discuss every single aspect - spoilers and all - of the biggest movie of the year thus far, Marvel's Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness

Following the events of the Disney+ series WandaVision and Spider-Man: No Way Home where Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) cast a forbidden spell that opened the doorway to the multiverse, Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness finds Strange protecting a young girl from unseen forces, including alternate versions of himself, whose threat to humanity is too great for the combined forces of Strange, Wong (Benedict Wong), and Wanda Maximoff aka Scarlet Witch (Elizabeth Olsen). WARNING: This is wholly a horror film, especially for the MCU. 

Marvel’s Multiverse opens up even further, and fan service takes a collect call direct from Kevin Feige’s and Marvel's seemingly infinite options of potential cameos. 

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Category:general -- posted at: 9:44am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we discuss annoying TV Tropes. Those little things in modern TV shows that just get under your skin. Maybe it's people never saying goodbye as they hang up, maybe it's something else. Maybe it’s production related, maybe it’s story related. What are your most annoying TV tropes?

Also on this episode, Fast X deals with a little Vin Diva drama as they replace Justin Lin, TNT and TBS cease scripted television, our spoiler-free review of Bosch Legacy and much more.

Then, after our normal show, Scott Clark from The Gaming Outsider drops by to discuss Netflix's Ozark series finale. The Byrdes and Langmores have clashed with the FBI and the cartel, but how does it feel now that all of the dust has settled and the series has reached its conclusion? Strap in, as we're about to break down the hellaciousness of it all in this spoiler filled discussion on all things Ozark. 

Discussed on this episode

    • (0:00 – 18:42) Opening | Fast X Director Replaced, TNT and TBS Eliminates Scripted Television, FOX Cancels Fall Upfronts
    • (18:43 – 1:05:06) From the Outside In: Annoying TV Tropes
    • (1:05:07 – 1:14:09) Reviews: Bosch: Legacy | Recommendations
    • (1:14:10 - 2:08:58) Ozark: Series Finale Spoiler Discussion
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Direct download: HO487_Annoying_TV_Tropes_Ozark.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:00am PDT

What summer movies are you most looking forward to?

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, 2022 has finally arrived at the greatest point of every cinephile’s annual indulgence, the Summer movie season! This year we are finally back with blockbusters like Top Gun: Maverick, Thor: Love and Thunder, Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, NOPE, and Bullet Train, and also insightful smaller films like Men, Happening, and Bodies Bodies Bodies.  But with so many films coming out at this time, how is any self-respecting fan supposed to know what to see when there are so many options available? We’re here to help with our 2022 Summer Movie Preview! We discuss each month in detail; every major release, as well as our picks of the smaller independent titles. May, June, July, and August all receive their fair due as we elaborate and debate on over 40 titles coming to theaters, as well as those independent and streaming gems to look for. Before finally revealing the Listener Top 10 Most Anticipated Films of Summer 2022.

Grab a pen and paper or your favorite app, because this is one episode you will want to take notes on. THIS is our 2022 Summer Movie Preview!

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 13:30) Summer Movie Preview 2022
  • (13:31 – 1:33:34) Summer Movie Preview 2022
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Category:general -- posted at: 5:07am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we debate a dish best served cold: REVENGE! Why do we love this concept of avenging the wrongs of the world through violence, especially when we claim to be such a civilized society? We discuss the myriad of revenge films, what our personal favorites are, and dive into the specifics of why so many fans just love to watch another human be treated to a delicious helping of primal justice. 

Also on this episode, we are discussing Netflix axing password sharing and adding an ad-supported tier, Warner Brothers Discovery overhauling DC (and new wrinkles with Ezra Miller and Flash), fans who prejudge entertainment, review of Fantastic Beasts 3, and more.

Discussed on this episode

    • (0:00 – 27:47) Netflix Axes Password Sharing | Warner Brothers Discovery Overhauls DC 
    • (27:48 – 45:45) Fans Prejudging Entertainment
    • (45:46 – 1:02:20) Reviews: Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore | Recommendations
    • (1:02:21 - 1:30:26) From the Outside In: Revenge Movies and Why We Love Them
    • (1:30:27 – 1:34:36) Closing | TV Mash-Up
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Category:general -- posted at: 5:38am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we take a look at the world of movie and TV heroes. But instead of daring acts of valor, we discuss those heroes who truly aren't very heroic. We're not talking anti-heroes either. Maybe these alleged good guys didn't actually save anyone, or maybe they caused more damage than the villain, or maybe they were constantly bailed out by their friends at Hogwarts. Luke Skywalker, Frodo, Glenda the Good Witch, Rose, and the names keep coming. Whatever the case, we taking a sharp look at whether many of these protagonists deserve the title of "hero".

Also on this episode, we are discussing why we need so many thumbs for Netflix, how far deepfake technology has come, reviews of DUAL, All the Old Knives and Ambulance, and much more.

Discussed on this episode

    • (0:00 – 25:19) Netflix Updates Ratings | The Death of Network TV | Deepfake Technology Expands
    • (25:20 – 42:43) Reviews: Dual, Ambulance, All the Old Knives | Recommendations
    • (42:44 - 1:21:35) From the Outside In: Movie and TV Heroes Who Aren't Heroic
    • (1:21:36 – 1:36:00) Do We Prefer Short Ass Movies? | Closing | Outtakes
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Category:general -- posted at: 12:05am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we're taking a journey through the multiverse. Specifically, the concept of multiverses as a storytelling device. While many might think this starts and ends with Marvel's recent slate of films including Spider-Man: No Way Home, in fact, multiverses have been around for decades in various forms. As this backdrop of storytelling explodes in popularity, we take a look at it and discuss if it has a long-term future in modern filmmaking. 

Also on this week's episode, we discuss Bruce Willis' recent decision to retire from acting to focus on his personal health. We discuss his iconic career, his evolution from TV star to movie star, and what his roles have meant to us. We follow this discussion with an interview from director Matt Eskandari who has worked with Willis recently. As well as reviews of Everything Everywhere All at Once and Morbius, and the latest on the slap heard round the world between Will Smith and Chris Rock. 

  • Discussed on this episode

    • (0:00 – 12:04) Opening | Sherlock Holmes 3 | The Crow Remake 
    • (12:05 – 49:00) Bruce Willis Retires | Director Matt Eskandari on Bruce Willis
    • (49:01 – 1:07:44) Reviews: Morbius, Everything Everywhere All at Once | Recommendations
    • (1:07:45 - 1:31:59) From the Outside In: A Journey Through the Multiverse
    • (1:32:00 – 1:50:07) Closing | Will Smith and Chris Rock Redux
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Direct download: HO483_Multiverse_and_Bruce_Willis.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:01am PDT

What did you think of the 94th Annual Academy Awards?

For this special Oscars 2022 wrap-up, Aaron and Troy discuss the events, speeches, and winners of the 94th Annual Academy Awards, including the slap heard round the world between Will Smith and Chris Rock.

The Academy Awards (“Oscars”) are the most prestigious awards in filmmaking and showcase some of the greatest talent and work in motion pictures for that running year. The nominees and winners are selected by majority vote from members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Ballots are cast by members from within the industry and, in most categories, represent the corresponding branch (ex.: actors nominate actors).

Direct download: HO482_2022_Oscars.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:40am PDT

The South by Southwest Festival is one of the largest of its kind in the world. In a typical year, thousands of fans arrive in downtown Austin, TX to partake in a couple of weeks of great music, technology, and film. For this special episode of The Hollywood Outsider, we take you along for our annual deep dive into SXSW 2022, the heart of the South by Southwest film festival portion, and even further into the films themselves. 

Over the course of several days, the 2022 SXSW Film Festival screened numerous features, many from first-time filmmakers (consisting of World Premieres, North American Premieres, and US Premieres), shorts, virtual reality exhibits, title design, and other works. These films were selected from thousands of overall submissions, and – while we can’t see them all – we have a nice sample to share with you of what came out of this stellar lineup of independent films. Over 25 films and episodics are on our docket this year (including The Lost City, Everything Everywhere All at Once, Halo, Shining Girls, and many more), and we review them all, as well as snippets from panels, an interview with Tony Hawk, and much more!

So sit back and relax. You’re about to experience South by Southwest from the comfort of your own home.

For the complete list of titles discussed on this episode, visit https://www.thehollywoodoutsider.com/sxsw-2022-episode-481/

 

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:33am PDT

On this compilation episode, we discuss bringing characters back from the dead, cliffhangers in movies, unlikeable yet loveable characters, and weird casting choices.

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we’re talking about several topics, the first of which is bringing characters back from the dead. And we mean actually, truly, verified dead characters on a TV series or a movie that later comes back from the dead. Is this cliche? Is it a copout? Does this concept EVER work without lowering the stakes in whatever the property is? 

Then after a short discussion on cliffhangers in movies, we move on to ROYYYYY KEEENNNNNNNT! The world has become enamored with Ted Lasso’s Roy Kent as have we, and this has inspired us to discuss unlikeable yet loveable TV characters. Perhaps it’s only in your eyes or maybe the writing or performance evolved into a character with a deeper understanding. Either way, our topic this week revolves around these fascinating characters on television who ultimately turned your frown upside down.

Then we move on to some of the weird casting choices to come out of Hollywood – the good and the bad – like a 30 year old playing teenager Evan Hansen, Tom Cruise playing the 6′ 5″ Jack Reacher, Gary Oldman playing a dwarf in Tiptoes, or Miles Teller playing pretty much anyone. Weird is a relative term, and we debate these odd choices, for better and worse.

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 36:53) Bringing Characters Back from the Dead
  • (36:54 – 49:48) Cliffhangers in Movies
  • (49:49 – 1:20:26) Unlikeable Yet Loveable Characters
  • (1:20:27 - 1:55:45) Weird Casting Choices
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Direct download: Reviving_Characters_Cliffhangers_Unlikeable_Weird.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:37am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, it's time to discuss DC's latest reboot, The Batman!

With echoes in tone of films like Klute, The French Connection, Seven, and Zodiac, The Batman stars Robert Battinson – sorry, Pattinson – as billionaire Bruce Wayne. You might have heard that his parents died when he was a child, and his whole life has been consumed with grief and anger over their loss, causing him to don a cape and cowl and torture criminals on the streets as The Batman.

The Batman begins in Year 2 of his crusade and shades of The Long Halloween take root as the mayor is murdered on Halloween. The Batman has been beating low level thugs and now a series of murders are riddled with clues left specifically for him. Who is this masked man murdering all of these elitist “white priviledged assholes”? Well, it’s the Riddler, and he’s a creepy unknown who wants Bruce on his side for some reason, and now The Batman must team up with Commissioner Gordon to track him down before he kills again. And also, uncover the secret as to why…

We end the podcast by revisiting a conversation on vigilantes, and why we love them.

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 23:56) The Batman - Overall Thoughts | Matt Reeves' Direction | Michael Giacchino's Score
  • (23:57 – 55:33) Characters - Batman, Catwoman, Commissioner Gordon, Penguin, Falcone, Alfred, and The Riddler
  • (55:34 - 1:05:30) Highlights | Final Thoughts
  • (1:05:31 – 1:37:08) Vigilantes: Why We Love Them
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Direct download: HO480_Batman_and_Vigilantes.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:30pm PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we change course and dedicate the episode a simple topic: "Hollywood, let's just stop..." Insert your own conclusion to that statement. For instance, "Hollywood, Let’s just stop remaking every property you can think of", etc. It could be cliches, story points, actors, ideas, awards, whatever. What do YOU think Hollywood and entertainment should just STOP doing?
Direct download: HO479_Hollywood_Lets_Just_Stop.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:37am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we revisit a topic that simply fails to change much, video game movies. It's been decades since Hollywood began cranking out video game adaptations, but unlike other mediums, movies cannot seem to find that sweet spot that appeals to both gamers and film fans alike. It's rare that Hollywood even approaches a good movie with these properties. So this episode we discuss this struggle, and answer the most important question: why can't video game movies get it right?!

Also this week: movie and TV news including a discussion on the evolution of binge watching and coming back to weekly releases, intellectual properties taking over content, as well as spoiler-free reviews of Uncharted and Dog.  Then we are joined by the Executive Director of the Beloit International Film Festival to discuss the event, which runs from Feb 25 - Mar 6, 2022. All this and more on this week's all-new episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast.

Discussed on this episode

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Category:general -- posted at: 1:01am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we decided we would come together as a unified group and do the one thing that no one else on the planet seems willing to do anymore: we're going to admit we were WRONG! You know how it is these days, every conversation you have online or with friends on your movie or TV show of choice always ends up with people treating their opinions as facts, and no one seems capable of admitting they might just be incorrect. So on this episode, we each dive into our own treasure chest of opinions over the years and admit a few things we were definitely wrong about.

Also this week: movie and TV news including MoviePass attempting a comeback and Marvel's Netflix shows leaving the service, Entertainment Weekly and the death of print media, as well as spoiler-free reviews of Death on the Nile and Kimi.  All this and more on this week's all-new episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast.

Submit your votes for our 2022 Oscars Contest here!

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 27:29) Opening | Movie and TV News Discussion
  • (27:30 – 41:59) Review: Kimi and Death on the Nile  | Recommendations
  • (42:00 - 1:39:40) From the Outside In Topic: We Admit We Were Wrong
  • (1:39:41 – 1:54:57) Entertainment Weekly and the Death of Print Media| Closing | Outtakes
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Category:general -- posted at: 12:01am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we’ll be discussing 2022 Oscar nominations, our spoiler-free review of Moonfall, and our main topic this week is ridiculous movie plots that still entertain us.  Also this week: movie and TV news including Reacher getting renewed for a second season, Scream 6 is on the way, the upcoming episode of The Masked Singer which prompted two celebs to walk offstage and refuse to engage, and our "What Would've Happened" game, where Troy messes with our brain. All this and more on this week's all-new episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast. 

 

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 40:32) Opening | Movie and TV News Discussion | 2022 Oscar Nominations
  • (40:32 – 55:55) Review: Moonfall  | Recommendations
  • (55:55 - 1:17:07) From the Outside In Topic: Ridiculous Yet Entertaining Movie Plots
  • (1:17:07 – 1:24:32) What Would've Happened| Closing
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Category:general -- posted at: 2:00am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we are discussing impactful TV episodes, those specific shows that affected us directly. Beginning with a pair of twisted tales from The Twilight Zone, through Buffy the Vampire Slayer's addressing of death in The Body, the tragedy of M.A.S.H., the mistake of fan-service in Moonlighting, to the mind-blowing finale of The Leftovers; there is a lot to discuss. What is it about television that can cause us to delve deep into our souls for a bit of retrospection? And why is it so rare? 

Also this week: our spoiler-free review of Last Looks and The Woman in the Window Across the Street from the Girl in the Window, movie and TV news including Jason Momoa joining Fast 10 and the Halo trailer, and D.A.R.E. comes after Euphoria, prompting a debate on what is the responsibility of art? All this and more on this week's all-new episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast.

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 34:50) Opening | Movie and TV News Discussion | The Responsibility of Art
  • (34:51 – 51:04) Reviews: Last Looks and The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window  | Recommendations
  • (51:05 - 1:46:35) From the Outside In Topic: Impactful TV Episodes
  • (1:46:36 – 1:55:12) Movie Manners | Closing
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Category:general -- posted at: 2:00am PDT

Jack Reacher is a retired military investigator who simply wants to now live his life however he sees fit. But after a murder is pinned on him and things somehow get even more personal, Reacher sets off for justice by using the little details that matter to find those responsible and – if possible – burn them all to the ground. He’s a man who never bluffs, never quits, and he never backs down. On this episode, REACHER star Alan Ritchson sits down with Aaron from The Hollywood Outsider to discuss bringing Lee Child's iconic character of Jack Reacher to the streaming masses with this new series, available on Prime Video beginning February 4th.

Alan Ritchson is an actor, writer, and director who you might know from his roles in Blood Drive, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, not to mention his beloved roles as Thad in Blue Mountain State or Hawk in Titans. In this interview, we discuss Alan’s take on the role, what Reacher means to fans, how genuine those insane fights scenes are, which Reacher book he would love to see made for a future season, and a lot more.

Enjoy this interview with Alan Ritchson, and be sure to stay tuned after the interview as we deliver our spoiler-free review of REACHER: Season 1, which begins streaming February 4th on Prime Video. Scroll down for the video interview. 

Direct download: Reacher_Alan_Ritchson_Interview.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:17am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, it's time to discuss the future of movies and television. So much has changed over the past few years, from how we consume content to what kind of content we consume. But what does that mean for the future of film and TV, where do we go from here? Holograms? 4DX screenings? More streaming channels, less cable? It's a lengthy discussion on a myriad of ideas in entertainment. What do YOU think is the future?

Also this week: our spoiler-free review of HBO Max's The Fallout, movie and TV news including fans suing for misleading trailers, Paramount moving Mission Impossible 7 and citing the pandemic, A Christmas Story gets a sequel, plus our latest game: Guess The Review. All this and more on this week's all-new episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast.

Direct download: HO474_Future_of_TV_Film.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:00am PDT

What Films and TV Shows Are You Most Looking Forward to in 2022?

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider podcast, we're breaking down everything that's getting us excited in both film and television with our 2022 Movie and TV Release Extravaganza!  The past couple of years have abused our hearts with postponements galore, but now we actually have difficulty narrowing down our list. We talk about all the NEW content in film and television with the premiere date, network, and a brief synopsis, AND our favorites returning. Strap on your boots, we're taking a walk into the future!

Also on this episode: spoiler-free reviews of Scream and Ozark season 4: part 1!

Direct download: HO473_2022_Movie_TV_Extravaganza.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

On this episode of The Hollywood Outsider, we are breaking down our award winners for both film and television. If you haven’t listened to our HO Awards before, we do ours a bit different, for example our "actor" category covers all genders, we do not separate it. For TV, cable and streaming all count, it just has to have had a new season in 2021. For movies, VOD and streaming all count.

If you want to follow along, the categories are below, so let us know what your picks are on social media. Each of us will award our winners in each category, and at the end, we’ll combine ours with listener picks to determine what was the HO TV series and movie of 2021! Before we go, we will each leave you with our 2021 HO Teachable Minute.

* Be wary of potential mild spoilers for 2021 films and TV series

Discussed on this episode

  • (0:00 – 25:51) Opening | Best TV or Film Experience | Personal News Item
  • (25:52 – 1:16:14) Television Awards
  • (1:16:15 – 2:03:13) Film Awards
  • (2:03:14 – 2:11:08) Listener Top 10 | HO TV Series, and Movie of the Year | 2021 Teachable Minute
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TV Award Categories

  • Best Special Effects and/or Stunts on TV
  • Best Villain or Badass
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Actor
  • Best Specific Moment on TV
  • The Coherence Award: Little-seen or discussed TV series that just completely won you over and you hope more people find it in the new year. Named after the late Justin Macumber.
  • Most Disappointing TV Series
  • Best TV Flashback
  • The Top 10

Movie Award Categories

  • Best Use of a Worn-Out Movie Cliché or Plot
  • Best Physical Effects or Stunts
  • Best Use of CGI in Film
  • Best Villain or Badass
  • Best Supporting Actor
  • Best Actor
  • Best Specific Moment in Film
  • The Coherence Award: Little-seen or discussed film that just completely won you over and you hope more people find it in the new year. Named after the late Justin Macumber.
  • Most Disappointing Film
  • Best Movie Flashback
  • The Top 10
Direct download: HO472_2022_HO_Awards.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 12:00am PDT

Cobra Kai is back at the dojo kicking off season 4 following the union at the end of the last season. Immediately, Daniel and Johnny struggle with molding their distinct fighting styles with each other, causing a ripple effect that runs through the season. John Kreese rebuilds Cobra Kai in his own image, bringing in his old war buddy, Terry Silver, to help mentor the students.

Elsewhere, Danny's kids, Sam and Anthony, are dangerously teetering on becoming bullies themselves, Robby utilizes all of his teachings to help Cobra Kai as well as mentor Kenny Payne, Hawk embarks on a path of redemption, and much more.

Consequences abound again this season, and loyalties are tested throughout the season with both the younger and older characters of the show. This is our detailed and thorough examination of all the happenings of Netflix's Cobra Kai Season 4, good and bad.

Direct download: HO471_Cobra_Kai_S4.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 7:57am PDT

Introducing The Hollywood Outsider Presents: Bad Movie Night, where hosts past and present from The Hollywood Outsider podcast unite monthly to discuss a film that critics or audiences have deemed a "bad" movie to give them another look. There's no such thing as a bad movie, just movies that aren't good enough for you!

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Category:general -- posted at: 5:41am PDT

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