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Crime Challenge (Official, March 2020)

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Post by peeptoad » March 11th, 2020, 9:17 pm

10. Stripped to Kill (1987) 7
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1. Monster (2003) 7*
2. Tropa de Elite (2007) Elite Squad 8
3. Polytechnique (2009) 6
4. Vice Squad (1982) 8*
5. Kiss the Girls (1997) 7
6. Spenser Confidential (2020) 4
7. Krótki film o zabijaniu (1988) A Short Film About Killing 9
8. Goodfellas (1990) 10*
9. Hard Candy (2005) 6

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Post by VincentPrice » March 11th, 2020, 11:16 pm

6. Striking Distance-1993: 8/10
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1. Out for Justice-1991: 10/10
2. Avengement-2019: 8/10
3. Black Widow-1954: 7/10
4. The Take-1974: 7/10
5. The Third Secret-1964: 6/10

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Post by peeptoad » March 12th, 2020, 9:29 am

11. Fear City (1984) 5
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1. Monster (2003) 7*
2. Tropa de Elite (2007) Elite Squad 8
3. Polytechnique (2009) 6
4. Vice Squad (1982) 8*
5. Kiss the Girls (1997) 7
6. Spenser Confidential (2020) 4
7. Krótki film o zabijaniu (1988) A Short Film About Killing 9
8. Goodfellas (1990) 10*
9. Hard Candy (2005) 6
10. Stripped to Kill (1987) 7

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Post by cinephage » March 12th, 2020, 10:10 am

04. Black Angel, by Roy William Neill (1946) 7,5/10 - Murder

A nice noir with Dan Duryea looking for a stolen brooch to save an innocent from death...

I've added the crimes for the bonus.
smooth criminals (03)Show
01. Drishyam, by Nishikant Kamat (2015) 7/10 - Obstruction of Justice
02. Un assassin qui passe, by Michel Vianney (1981) 5,5/10 - Attempted Murder
03. Happy New Year, by Farah Kahn (2017) 7/10 - Theft
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Post by flavo5000 » March 12th, 2020, 12:09 pm

blocho wrote:
March 11th, 2020, 7:53 pm
10. True Detective: The Long Bright Dark (2014) - Police interrogation
11. True Detective: Seeing Things (2014) - Drug use
12. True Detective: The Locked Room (2014) - Obstruction of justice
13. True Detective: Who Goes There (2014) - Drug dealing
14. True Detective: The Secret Fate of All Life (2014) - Police raid
15. True Detective: Haunted Houses (2014)
16. True Detective: After You've Gone (2014)
17. True Detective: Form and Void (2014) - Attempted murder
Shouldn't these just be a half point each based on the 120 minutes for TV rule?

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Post by flavo5000 » March 12th, 2020, 12:28 pm

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15. Don (1978) Crime: Blackmail

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16. Guns Akimbo (2019) Crime: Bribery
The evil Schizm organization here has a cop on their payroll. It's a pretty minor crime in comparison to all the rest of the mayhem going on in the movie but I've already used the other stuff. Btw, this is a super fun, crazy action comedy in the vein of Crank from the director of Deathgasm, in case anyone is curious. :D

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17. Kahaani (2012) Crime: Obstruction of Justice
I can't really go into details on the specifics of this crime without giving spoilers...
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1. Rumble Fish (1983) Crime: Assault
2. Fakira (1976) Crime: Kidnapping
3. Malcolm (1986) Crime: Theft/Larceny/Robbery
4. Gangs of Wasseypur Part 1 (2012) Crime: Murder
5. Gangs of Wasseypur PArt 2 (2012) Crime: Attempted Murder
6. Rock All Night (1957)
7. James Bond 777 (1971)
8. The Polka King (2017) Crime: Fraud
9. Agneepath (2012) Crime: Drug Use (and lots of other stuff)
10. Clickbait (2019) Crime: Computer Crimes
11. Baabarr (2009)
12. Dhoom 2 (2006) Crime: Burglary
13. Zhigrana (2015)
14. Brawl in Cell Block 99 (2017)
15. Don (1978) Crime: Blackmail
16. Guns Akimbo (2019) Crime: Bribery
17. Kahaani (2012) Crime: Obstruction of Justice

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Post by sol » March 12th, 2020, 1:05 pm

Crimes and MisdemeanorsShow
1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)

16. Double Jeopardy (1999)

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While this thriller makes some fanciful suppositions about how double jeopardy works, it is fairly gripping if taken as a 'what if?' look at what the world might be like if double jeopardy could be interpreted literally with Ashley Judd superb and a decent dose of thrills and chills. The film is beset though by too many loose ends as it tries to neatly wrap itself up; Tommy Lee Jones also feels like a carryover of his Fugitive character but still delivers well.
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Post by Lonewolf2003 » March 12th, 2020, 1:14 pm

7. The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967, Roger Corman): 7.2 - Corman's only major studio movie benefits from its docudrama style, (f.e. the voice-ove states the history of each character), which gives the movie a sense of accuracy. The second biggest asset is Jason Robards, who while physically looking totally different than Al Capone, perfectly captures his menacing charm and steals every scene he's in. - BC#1 Assault

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1. Guilty Bystander (1950, Joseph Lerner): 6.8
2. The Snorkel (1958, Guy Green): 5.8
3. Cash on Demand (1961, Quentin Lawrence): 7.5
4. The Wild One (1953, Laslo Benedek) : 7.0
5. Maniac (1963, Michael Carreras): 6.8
6. Mickey One (1965, Arthur Penn): 4.5
Bonus Challenge #1 - Crime WaveShow
Murder - The Snorkel (1958, Guy Green):
Attempted murder - Maniac (1963, Michael Carreras):
Assault - The St. Valentine's Day Massacre (1967, Roger Corman)
Involuntary manslaughter - The Wild One (1953, Laslo Benedek)
Burglary (Breaking into a residence or business)
Theft/Larceny/Robbery - Cash on Demand (1961, Quentin Lawrence)
Rape
Kidnapping
Arson
Blackmail
Bribery
Embezzlement
Extortion - Mickey One (1965, Arthur Penn):
Fraud
Computer Crimes (like hacking)
Counterfeiting (currency or consumer goods)
Drug Dealing (manufacture and/or sale)
Drug Use (illegal consumption)
Perjury
Tax Evasion
Smuggling - Guilty Bystander (1950, Joseph Lerner)
Espionage
Treason
Obstruction of Justice (jury tampering, witness tampering, destruction of evidence, making false statements to police)
Bonus Challenge #2 - Law and OrderShow
Police Raid (an attempt by police to enter a private area/home/business by surprise)
Police Interrogation (of suspects or witnesses)
Fingerprints (dusting or analysis or identification or use in trial)
DNA (collection of evidence or analysis or use in trial)
Arrest
Police Brutality
Police Academy (including training or graduation)
Plea Bargain (a suspect agrees to plead guilty in return for a reduced charge)
Trial
Testimony (any statement by a witness during a criminal trial)
Opening Statement (by prosecutor or defense attorney)
Closing Statement (by prosecutor or defense attorney)
Conviction
Capital Punishment
Miranda Warning

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » March 12th, 2020, 1:26 pm

blocho wrote:
March 11th, 2020, 4:41 am
Summary: The First 10 Days

Welcome to a statistical summary of the challenge thus far. I'll also deliver a 20-day summary and an end-of-challenge summary.
Thanks. Nice and fun stats. Especially about the Bonus Challenges.

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Post by blocho » March 12th, 2020, 2:22 pm

flavo5000 wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 12:09 pm
blocho wrote:
March 11th, 2020, 7:53 pm
10. True Detective: The Long Bright Dark (2014) - Police interrogation
11. True Detective: Seeing Things (2014) - Drug use
12. True Detective: The Locked Room (2014) - Obstruction of justice
13. True Detective: Who Goes There (2014) - Drug dealing
14. True Detective: The Secret Fate of All Life (2014) - Police raid
15. True Detective: Haunted Houses (2014)
16. True Detective: After You've Gone (2014)
17. True Detective: Form and Void (2014) - Attempted murder
Shouldn't these just be a half point each based on the 120 minutes for TV rule?
It falls under the anthology rule (fifth bullet point in the rules in the OP)

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Post by blocho » March 12th, 2020, 2:22 pm

cinephage wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 10:10 am
04. Black Angel, by Roy William Neill (1946) 7,5/10 - Murder vs Capital Punishment

A nice noir with Dan Duryea looking for a stolen brooch to save an innocent from death...

I've added the crimes for the bonus #1 and #2... What a list !!
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01. Drishyam, by Nishikant Kamat (2015) 7/10 - Obstruction of Justice vs Police Brutality
02. Un assassin qui passe, by Michel Vianney (1981) 5,5/10 - Attempted Murder vs Testimony
03. Happy New Year, by Farah Kahn (2017) 7/10 - Theft vs Arrest
Hi cinephage -- each movie can only work for one of the bonus challenges, so it would have to be murder or capital punishment.

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Post by cinephage » March 12th, 2020, 2:43 pm

blocho wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 2:22 pm
cinephage wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 10:10 am
04. Black Angel, by Roy William Neill (1946) 7,5/10 - Murder vs Capital Punishment

A nice noir with Dan Duryea looking for a stolen brooch to save an innocent from death...

I've added the crimes for the bonus #1 and #2... What a list !!
smooth criminals (03)Show
01. Drishyam, by Nishikant Kamat (2015) 7/10 - Obstruction of Justice vs Police Brutality
02. Un assassin qui passe, by Michel Vianney (1981) 5,5/10 - Attempted Murder vs Testimony
03. Happy New Year, by Farah Kahn (2017) 7/10 - Theft vs Arrest
Hi cinephage -- each movie can only work for one of the bonus challenges, so it would have to be murder or capital punishment.
Understood, I'll edit my post...

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Post by blocho » March 12th, 2020, 4:35 pm

I went to the Alamo last night to see Sword of Heaven and got the strangest introduction to a movie I have ever seen. I've gone to plenty of movies where someone introduces the film. And until last night, my favorite of all time was at Lincoln Center when programmer Gavin Smith talked so long before a screening of The Victors that the audience basically booed him off the stage.

Anyway, last night, some guy stepped up to introduce the movie and explained that a screening of any sword-themed movie was a touchy subject for him because his cousin once murdered someone with a samurai sword. He said that 16 years ago, a cousin of his, while very high on cocaine, killed his friend by cutting off his head and arm with a sword. Apparently, they were arguing over a stolen pillow, and things got very out of hand. There were a few things about the way he told the story that made me think it was some weird joke, but actually it turns out it was entirely true: https://nypost.com/2004/06/15/samurai-t ... illed-pal/

The guy ended his intro by saying, "My cousin was in prison for 15 years, but he was released last year and he's here with us tonight." That part did turn out to be a joke ... as far as I know. Finally, the introducer also produced a handout for the entire audience that included cut-outs from news articles about the murder.

So that happened. Also, there was a movie.

18. Sword of Heaven (1985) - Police academy
This is a gloriously campy 80s martial arts flick, the sort of movie made with total sincerity and a total lack of filmmaking skills. Everything is weird, over the top, and hilarious. Somehow, I'm the first to check it. It's also definitely a movie that celebrates queerness, and a buddy I saw it with theorized that the movie might have been some producer's vanity project coming-out moment. Just one example: There are multiple instances of cross-dressing that are irrelevant to the plot and not played for laughs. If anyone wants a glimpse of how gonzo this movie is, I have a short clip for you. But be warned, it will spoil the most WTF moment in the whole movie.

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Post by blueboybob » March 12th, 2020, 6:17 pm

21. Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (2020)

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Post by OldAle1 » March 12th, 2020, 6:38 pm

Crime BabyShow

1. Talaash (Reema Kagti, 2012)
2. Siesta (Mary Lambert, 1987) (re-watch)
3. Hero and the Terror (William Tannen, 1988)
4. Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn (Cathy Yan, 2020) (cinema)
5. Ride the Pink Horse (Robert Montgomery, 1947) (re-watch)

TCM. I hadn't planned on doing any classic noir for this challenge - I watch enough of it anyway - but this happened to be on, and I had good memories of it from a first viewing in 2013. I tend to prefer the usual big-city noir, but I also have a fondness for border-town/southwest examples, and this is one of the better examples of the latter. Director Montgomery in his second film behind the camera also plays our lead, a shifty-eyed small-time gangster named Gagin, who arrives at a dusty NM border town (exteriors shot in the Albuquerque-Taos-Santa Fe area) looking for one Frank Hugo, and getting into a whole lot of trouble. This is one of those films that treads the line between the downbeat and pessimistic, and a more cheerful, sardonically humorous very neatly - in fact
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nobody is killed apart from one faceless thug, and only Hugo apparently goes to jail at the end, though Gagin's future doesn't look terribly bright, and he leaves town defeated.
The southwest ambiance is pretty nicely captured, and it's got some standout supporting parts from the Oscar-nominated Thomas Gomez (the only Hispanic player who isn't doing a bit part), Wanda Hendrix (whose Spanish is pretty good for a gringo) and Art Smith among others, and some terrific camerawork including a couple of the longer and more intricate shots that you'll see in this era in Hollywood. The only thing that keeps this form the top tier of noir for me is Montgomery himself, never an exciting actor and only slightly more interesting here than usual. Picture Fred MacMurray, Robert Mitchum or Burt Lancaster here and you've really got the makings of a masterpiece.

6. Baazi / High Stakes (Guru Dutt, 1951)

Hindi musical-noir? You bet! This is the third Dutt film I've seen and I loved the other two so was very much looking forward to this, his first film as director. Well, it's good but it's not quite on the level of Kaagaz Ke Phool or especially Pyaasa, and I think a good part of that has to do with the lack of Dutt as lead actor here. Dev Anand, one of India's biggest stars for decades, is no mean actor but he doesn't for me have the director's charisma and intensity or sense of tragedy. At any rate, Anand plays Madan, a young man struggling to get ahead and lost in gambling debts, who enters the easy life that masks a world of crime, murder, etc, when he takes a position with a gambling syndicate run by a (literally) shadowed mastermind. He has to do this to take care of his sister who has TB (ah, the melodrama), and along the way he meets a beautiful young doctor and of course romance blossoms. This all works fairly well, with I suppose enough songs to please the mainstream audience but enough downbeat noir elements for fans of the director - and film noir generally - such as myself. There's a surprise reveal for a main character that probably won't surprise most people, and while at times this does go more into the typical Hindi melodrama areas, the ending could be straight out of a Hollywood crime film from the period. Overall very solid if nowhere near great.

7. Talvar / Guilty (Meghna Gulzar, 2015)

Apparently based on a true case from 2008, this police procedural involving a double murder is a damning portrait of India's criminal justice system, from top to bottom. A young woman is murdered in her room in the family's apartment, and shortly afterwards the man who is an initial suspect, their servant, is discovered dead by the same means (blow to the head and then throat cut) on the roof of the same building, outside his own apartment. The initial "investigation" by the local police is obviously totally incompetent, and the cop at the head of it is presented as full of his own hypocritical conservative views which lead him to believe that it was, in fact, an honor killing by the parents themselves over something between the servant and daughter; when this investigation is judged to be poorly run (and is getting too much bad press in the media), the CID - I presume India's equivalent of the FBI - steps in, with an investigation led by a celebrated detective, Ashwin Kumar (Irrfan Khan, really excellent here) who is undergoing his own crisis in his marriage and is under continuous strain. And this isn't enough as new information - and new political/social concerns - continue to pile up until a messy, unfortunate and deeply dissatisfying (in terms of the narrative, not the film itself) conclusion. This is one of the best recent police procedurals I've seen, and with it's very limited (and largely appropriate) use of songs I think it would be an ideal film from the Bollywood-phobic who want to see what Indian film can do when it plays by more western rules - though as some reviews have pointed out, many of the actions of the cops on all levels do seem a bit strange given the overt moralizing that we see - which isn't present in such an overt way in western justice systems anymore.

8. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes - Episode 2 - "The Dying Detective" (Sarah Hellings, 1994)
9. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes - Episode 3 - "The Golden Pince-Nez" (Peter Hammond, 1994)
10. The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmes - Episode 4 - "The Red Circle" (Sarah Hellings, 1994)

I've been slowly - very slowly - going through the entire Jeremy Brett Sherlock Holmes series for years, and I'm finally coming to the end. This last season of 6 episodes shows Brett still as angry, impulsive-alternating-with-detached, and agile of mind as ever, but the actor was in poor health, had gained a lot of weight, and was not able to do many of the more physical actions that were once part of the regular Holmes regimen in this series. Still these last episodes aren't much of a comedown from the earlier seasons and the series as a whole will go down for me as one of the most consistently excellent I've seen, with great attention to period detail and typically excellent use of undoubtedly small British TV resources.

"The Dying Detective" features the case of a young man whose sudden death prompts an investigation by Holmes, who finds out that the man's estate will all go to his cousin, an amateur specialist in tropical diseases - including the one that killed the man. The fact that Brett was practically on his deathbed when portraying a Holmes who is apparently suffering from this tropical fever himself is remarkable, but it's probably Jonathan Hyde's performance as the villainous Culverton Smith that makes this most memorable.

"The Golden Pince-Nez" offers a murder story again but with no apparent motive; a young man, the amanuensis to an elderly, sick writer, is stabbed to death with a paper knife in a study, with no sign of the criminal. This one involves one of the wilder solutions in the Holmes canon and it probably needs a better fleshing out than we can get in less than an hour; still, fairly well done as usual, and Frank Finlay as the elderly - and not as nice as he at first might seem - professor is a standout.

"The Red Circle" is one of many episodes featuring a sinister, secret crime organization - in this case the eponymous Red Circle, an Italian group that has set it's sights on destroying a young couple, all while Holmes is being sought for aid concerning a mysterious border who is scaring the landlords with his (non) presence. A good episode but this one, like quite a few others in the series, does suffer a bit in not being able to get all the details, or in rushing through them too quickly. Still it all comes together nicely in a suspenseful and violent conclusion.

11. Blue Steel (Kathryn Bigelow, 1990) (re-watch)

Like Siesta above, this was a film I remembered disliking - but really barely remembered. Jamie Lee Curtis is Megan Turner, a rookie cop who on her very first day on the job (the first of many, many cliches to come) shoots a perp dead in a supermarket. But somehow when she and the other cops who rush to the scene start cleaning things up, they can't find the gun she was sure the robber was packing. And that brings us to Ron Silver as Eugene Hunt a Wall Street trader who was in the market and - this ain't spoiling anything, it's all in the first scene - grabbed the gun for reasons of his own. Soon people start turning up dead of lead poisoning, and the shell casings have "Megan Turner" carved into them. This immediately brings up one of an ENORMOUS number of plot holes - how did this guy know Turner's name, since he fled the crime scene right away (he wasn't a witness called by the cops). How is it that in a city of 7 million there are only two people with such a common name? And every scene as we go forward seems to have similar idiot-plot problems. And our bad guy is just one of those "I like to kill" people - he's got his own weird little spiritual rationale, but it does come down to him just being a cardboard Evil Monster in the end. So on the level of plot this is every bit as bad as I remembered it.

HOWEVER there is a case that could be made for this being in fact a very deliberate feminist deconstruction of the typical cop-perp crime/action flick. Turner is put down at every point by just about everybody except her best friend (Elizabeth Peña, and you know that since the best friend is the only supportive person, something bad's going to happen), and the way in which Mr. Wall Street comes onto her, stalks her etc is very much a male domination thing - and this is all I think buoyed by the rather amazing last 10 minutes or so in which
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a hospitalized, traumatized Turner coldcocks another cop, takes his clothes and gun, leaves the hospital and just goes out into the streets to essentially wait until Hunt (and this name could not be coincidental) inevitably somehow finds her, so that she can wreak vengeance on him though he's already taken several bullets and been hit by a car by this point.
There are also, interestingly, some fairly obvious lifts from the score to The Terminator, a film made by Ms. Bigelow's then-husband James Cameron a few years before and a few visual nods (the blue steel of the gun in the opening credits - the blue-on-black lettering in the Cameron film). In some ways then this is perhaps her human-scale reply to that film and that film's unstoppable bad guy.

All in all it still doesn't add up to a very good film IMO, but I think it's a more interesting work than it gets credit for, and with a little - just a little - more subtlety in the screenplay it might have been something special.

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Post by connordenney » March 13th, 2020, 2:22 am

1. Gods of the Plague (Rainer Werner Fassbinder, 1970)

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Post by Knaldskalle » March 13th, 2020, 2:33 am

1. The Designated Victim (Lucidi, 1971). A somewhat meh version of Hitchcock's Strangers on a Train. The homoerotic undercurrent of the original has been dialed up a few notches and the ending is different, but overall it's a bit lackluster, even if the Venetian setting is neat.
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Post by frbrown » March 13th, 2020, 3:13 am

8. The Mask (1994) - 7/10 - Fingerprints

Nice movie for a cartoon fan

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1. The Dead Pool (1988) - 7/10 - Police Interrogation
2a. Moonlighting: Pilot (1985) - Theft/Larceny/Robbery
2b. Moonlighting: Gunfight at the So-So Corral (1985) - Attempted murder
3. Detective Conan 9: Strategy Above the Depths (2005) - 8.5/10 - Murder
4a. Moonlighting: Read the Mind... See the Movie (1985)
4a. Moonlighting: The Next Murder You Hear (1985)
4a. Moonlighting: Next Stop Murder (1985)
5. Strange Triangle (1946) - 7.5/10 - Embezzlement
6. Violated (1953) - 7.5/10 - Arrest
7. Without Honor (1949) - 7.5/10
8. The Mask (1994) - 7/10 - Fingerprints

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Post by AB537 » March 13th, 2020, 3:59 am

25. The Life and Times of Judge Roy Bean (John Huston, 1972) 7/10

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Post by ChrisReynolds » March 13th, 2020, 11:23 am

1. Lone Star (Sayles, 1996)
The direction lacks cinematic style, but the acting is brilliant and the script is thoughtful in delineating the racial tensions and rough justice that simmer beneath the surface, even though it isn't entirely compelling.
5/10

Crime Wave: Extortion (the corrupt sheriff commits multiple crimes, but extortion is the one he's most fond of)

Law and Order: Police Brutality (multiple assaults)

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2. A Study in Terror / Fog (Hill, 1965)
One of a couple of Sherlock Holmes vs Jack the Ripper films. Nothing special, but does deliver all the typically Holmesian scenes that you would expect. Unfortunately it ends up feeling by-the-numbers as it never does anything interesting. As tends to be the case with Ripper films, we see a sanitised and titillating vision of society at the time.
4/10

Crime Wave: Blackmail

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3. Uncut Gems (Safdie-Safdie, 2019)
Intense. The entire film is designed as an escalatingly irritating experience, with intrusive music and non-stop noise, yet despite this, the story is so fascinating that it I was completely wrapped up in Howard's money-making schemes. The way that Howard's luck swings back and forth between ever greater highs and lows is what I think makes the film so captivating and captures the thrill of gambling.
7 or 8/10

Crime Wave: Smuggling (the gem of the title is smuggled out of Ethiopia)

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Edited so as not to claim both Crime Wave and Law and Order for a single film.
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Post by zzzorf » March 13th, 2020, 12:40 pm

1. Ong Bak: Muay Thai Warrior (2003) - 6/10 (Theft/Larceny/Robbery)
2. Come to Daddy (2019) - 5/10 (Attempted murder)

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Post by blocho » March 13th, 2020, 1:38 pm

ChrisReynolds wrote:
March 13th, 2020, 11:23 am
1. Lone Star (Sayles, 1996)
The direction lacks cinematic style, but the acting is brilliant and the script is thoughtful in delineating the racial tensions and rough justice that simmer beneath the surface, even though it isn't entirely compelling.
5/10

Crime Wave: Extortion (the corrupt sheriff commits multiple crimes, but extortion is the one he's most fond of)
Law and Order: Police Brutality (multiple assaults)

Hi Chris -- welcome to the challenge. Each movie can only work for one of the bonus challenges, so it would have to be extortion or police brutality. I'm sorry you didn't like Lone Star. It's one of my favorites. An old professor of mine once explained she didn't like Sayles because he was too much of a writer and lacked a cinematic touch, and I kind of get where that criticism comes from.

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Post by sol » March 13th, 2020, 3:16 pm

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1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)
16. Double Jeopardy (1999)

17. The Exterminator (1980)

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This violent vigilante thriller has potential, yet the film rarely taps into the guy's psychological scarring from the war, nor does it offers much in the way of characterisation. One minute he is mild-mannered; the next moment he is full-on vigilante with none of the gradual progression of something like Death Wish. The film also places more focus on the detective investigating him (and his girlfriend) but the action set pieces are memorable and solid.
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Post by ChrisReynolds » March 13th, 2020, 3:23 pm

blocho wrote:
March 13th, 2020, 1:38 pm
ChrisReynolds wrote:
March 13th, 2020, 11:23 am
1. Lone Star (Sayles, 1996)
The direction lacks cinematic style, but the acting is brilliant and the script is thoughtful in delineating the racial tensions and rough justice that simmer beneath the surface, even though it isn't entirely compelling.
5/10

Crime Wave: Extortion (the corrupt sheriff commits multiple crimes, but extortion is the one he's most fond of)
Law and Order: Police Brutality (multiple assaults)

Hi Chris -- welcome to the challenge. Each movie can only work for one of the bonus challenges, so it would have to be extortion or police brutality. I'm sorry you didn't like Lone Star. It's one of my favorites. An old professor of mine once explained she didn't like Sayles because he was too much of a writer and lacked a cinematic touch, and I kind of get where that criticism comes from.
Ah, I didn't get the rules properly. I'll go back and eliminate the Crime Wave ones when I have Law and Order, since those are harder to get.
5/10 doesn't mean I didn't like it, it's just that my feelings towards it were neutral. Sometimes I do enjoy writing-focus films that don't make use of style, but I think it has to be on a subject that is especially interesting to me.

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Post by maxwelldeux » March 13th, 2020, 6:37 pm

No thanks - I want to get paidShow
1. Serpico (1973) BC1 - Bribery
2. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: A Shock to the System (2020) - BC1 - Involuntary Manslaughter
3. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Evil in this Courtroom (2020) BC2: Opening Statement
4. Andhadhun (2018) BC1: Blackmail
5. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Failure at All Levels (2020) BC1: Assault
6. Lone Wolf McQuade (1983) BC1: Smuggling
7. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Death has Got Him by the Hand (2020) BC2: Trial
8. The Trials of Gabrial Fernandez: Improper Regard or Indifference (2020) BC2: Testimony
9. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Gabriel's Voice (2020) BC2: Capital Punishment
10. Pierrot le Fou (1965) BC1: Murder
11. Boys Don't Cry (1999) BC1: Rape
12. Busty Cops (2004) BC2: Police Interrogation
13. Drive (2011) BC1: Theft
14. King of New York (1990) BC1: Drug Dealing
15. Captive: Prison Riot, USA (2016) BC2: Plea Bargain
16. Captive: Cola Kidnap, Brazil (2016) BC1: Kidnapping

This is an anthology miniseries that covers some high-profile kidnappings from around the globe. Two episodes in and I'm finding it really fascinating to see how kidnappings are handled around the world, especially hearing from those who were kidnapped/did the kidnapping. Fascinating stuff.

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Post by VincentPrice » March 13th, 2020, 7:38 pm

7. Mad Dog Time-1996: 7/10
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1. Out for Justice-1991: 10/10
2. Avengement-2019: 8/10
3. Black Widow-1954: 7/10
4. The Take-1974: 7/10
5. The Third Secret-1964: 6/10
6. Striking Distance-1993: 8/10

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Post by frbrown » March 14th, 2020, 2:22 am

9a. Moonlighting: The Murder's in the Mail (1985) - Espionage
9b. Columbo: Étude in Black (1972)

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1. The Dead Pool (1988) - 7/10 - Police Interrogation
2a. Moonlighting: Pilot (1985) - Theft/Larceny/Robbery
2b. Moonlighting: Gunfight at the So-So Corral (1985) - Attempted murder
3. Detective Conan 9: Strategy Above the Depths (2005) - 8.5/10 - Murder
4a. Moonlighting: Read the Mind... See the Movie (1985)
4a. Moonlighting: The Next Murder You Hear (1985)
4a. Moonlighting: Next Stop Murder (1985)
5. Strange Triangle (1946) - 7.5/10 - Embezzlement
6. Violated (1953) - 7.5/10 - Arrest
7. Without Honor (1949) - 7.5/10
8. The Mask (1994) - 7/10 - Fingerprints
9a. Moonlighting: The Murder's in the Mail (1985) - Espionage
9b. Columbo: Étude in Black (1972)

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Post by sol » March 14th, 2020, 4:43 am

Crimes and MisdemeanorsShow
1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)
16. Double Jeopardy (1999)
17. The Exterminator (1980)

18. The Big Bird Cage (1972)

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If not very well written, this certainly boasts several memorable bits and pieces, from hanging-by-hair torture, to grisly sugar cane mill accidents, to a female-on-male rape as the movie curiously tries to give more agency to its female characters who are able to outwit and outsmart their male captors. This is certainly a bit of a mess of a movie with some rampant homophobia too, but the girl-power tale that it at least attempts to be is interesting.
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Post by peeptoad » March 14th, 2020, 10:54 am

12. La nuit des traqués (1959) The Night of the Hunted 8
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1. Monster (2003) 7*
2. Tropa de Elite (2007) Elite Squad 8
3. Polytechnique (2009) 6
4. Vice Squad (1982) 8*
5. Kiss the Girls (1997) 7
6. Spenser Confidential (2020) 4
7. Krótki film o zabijaniu (1988) A Short Film About Killing 9
8. Goodfellas (1990) 10*
9. Hard Candy (2005) 6
10. Stripped to Kill (1987) 7
11. Fear City (1984) 5

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Post by Teproc » March 14th, 2020, 11:06 am

7. Le doulos (Jean-Pierre Melville 1962) - Burglary - 9/10

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1. The Invisible Man (Leigh Wannell, 2019) - Assault
2. The Lady Vanishes (Alfred Hitchcock, 1938) - Espionnage
3. La fille au bracelet (Stéphane Demoustier, 2019) - Murder
4. The Transporter (Corey Yuen & Louis Leterrier, 2002) - Smuggling
5. Gaslight (George Cukor, 1944) - Theft
6. Speed (Jan de Bont, 1994) - Arson
7. Le doulos (Jean-Pierre Melville 1962) - Burglary

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Post by maxwelldeux » March 14th, 2020, 4:22 pm

No thanks - I want to get paidShow
1. Serpico (1973) BC1 - Bribery
2. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: A Shock to the System (2020) - BC1 - Involuntary Manslaughter
3. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Evil in this Courtroom (2020) BC2: Opening Statement
4. Andhadhun (2018) BC1: Blackmail
5. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Failure at All Levels (2020) BC1: Assault
6. Lone Wolf McQuade (1983) BC1: Smuggling
7. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Death has Got Him by the Hand (2020) BC2: Trial
8. The Trials of Gabrial Fernandez: Improper Regard or Indifference (2020) BC2: Testimony
9. The Trials of Gabriel Fernandez: Gabriel's Voice (2020) BC2: Capital Punishment
10. Pierrot le Fou (1965) BC1: Murder
11. Boys Don't Cry (1999) BC1: Rape
12. Busty Cops (2004) BC2: Police Interrogation
13. Drive (2011) BC1: Theft
14. King of New York (1990) BC1: Drug Dealing
15. Captive: Prison Riot, USA (2016) BC2: Plea Bargain
16. Captive: Cola Kidnap, Brazil (2016) BC1: Kidnapping
17. The Lavender Hill Mob (1951) BC2: Finger prints

Great plotting and planning of the heist, but most of the humor fell flat for me.

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Post by sol » March 14th, 2020, 5:01 pm

Crimes and MisdemeanorsShow
1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)
16. Double Jeopardy (1999)
17. The Exterminator (1980)
18. The Big Bird Cage (1972)

19. Queen & Slim (2019)

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Clocking in at over two hours, this runs a little long with a protracted ending and several stops as the couple dance, fornicate and ride horses, all of which subtracts from the urgency of their flight from the law. Daniel Kaluuya and Jodie Turner-Smith are both simply stellar in the lead roles though, progressing very dynamically over the course of the movie. The film is very funny at times too while offering an interesting take on racial profiling.
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Post by AB537 » March 14th, 2020, 10:31 pm

26. The Window (Ted Tetzlaff, 1949) 7.5/10
27-32. The Wire season 1 (HBO, 2002) 8.5/10 - Drug Dealing ... 40 minutes carried over

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Post by ChrisReynolds » March 15th, 2020, 12:35 am

Previously convicted...Show
1. Lone Star (Sayles, 1996) 5/10
Law and Order: Police Brutality
2. A Study in Terror / Fog (Hill, 1965) 4/10
Crime Wave: Blackmail
3. Uncut Gems (Safdie-Safdie, 2019) 7 or 8/10
Crime Wave: Smuggling
4a. Detainment (Lambe, 2018) [30 mins]
Oscar-nominated dramatisation of the transcripts of the interrogation of the perpetrators of the kidnapping, torture and murder of James Bulger. The child acting is fantastic but I'm not sure what the purpose of this film is. The dramatisation adds a layer of fictionalistion to already unreliable testimony, but there is no extra insight.
5/10

Law and Order: Police Interrogation

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4b. Inside No. 9: The Stakeout (Morales, 2020) [30 mins]
A typically excellent Inside No. 9 episode that fits into this challenge by revolving around a police stakeout.
7/10

Crime Wave: Murder

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5. Cruising (Friedkin, 1980)
There are a lot of great things in this film, from the cinematography to Pacino's performance, but there's also a lot of things I disliked. It seemed to me that the whole angle of the film was wrong: the main character's awakening sexual feelings should have been the subtext to a story about the undercover hunt for a killer. Instead the police operation gets shunted into the background in favour of masses of cruising scenes, with the side effect that homosexuality is portrayed as a sort of infectious depravity one step away from murder.
4/10

Law and Order: Plea Bargain (a suspect is offered an eight year sentence if he confesses - seems generous for multiple murder, but it might have been a trick)

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6. Silence of the Lambs (Demme, 1991) [Rewatch]
An old favourite of mine. Can't really say much more about it other than the tension still works and Hopkins' interactions with Foster are still magnetic, even after watching multiple times.
high 9/10

Law and Order: Police academy (the FBI academy at Quantico)

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Bonus challenge progressShow
Crime WaveLaw and Order
Murder
Attempted murder
Assault
Involuntary manslaughter
Burglary
Theft/Larceny/Robbery
Rape
Kidnapping
Arson
Blackmail
Bribery
Embezzlement
Extortion
Fraud
Computer Crimes
Counterfeiting
Drug Dealing
Drug Use
Perjury
Tax Evasion
Smuggling
Espionage
Treason
Obstruction of Justice
Police Raid
Police Interrogation
Fingerprints
DNA
Arrest
Police Brutality
Police Academy
Plea Bargain
Trial
Testimony
Opening Statement
Closing Statement
Conviction
Capital Punishment
Miranda Warning

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Post by ororama » March 15th, 2020, 1:22 am

6. Moon Over Harlem (1939) 69 min. Extortion
7. Amo: The Runner (2017) * 24 min.
Amo: The Officer (2017) * 23 min.
Amo: The Traitor (2017) * 22 min. Police Brutality
8. La Sierra (2005) * 84 min. Murder
9. The Orchard End Murder (1981) * 50 min. Arrest

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1. The Gentlemen (2019) * 113 min. Blackmail
2. The Flying Ace (1926) * 65 min. Robbery
3. Satan Met a Lady (1936) * 74 min.  Burglary
4. Somewhere in the Night (1946) * 108 min. Attempted murder
5. Murdoch Mysteries: The Devil Wears Whalebone (2015) * 44 min.
Murdoch Mysteries: The Incurables (2015) * 44 min.
Murdoch Mysteries: Toronto's Girl Problem (2015) * 44 min. Police Interrogation

*First time viewing.
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Post by sol » March 15th, 2020, 3:16 am

Crimes and MisdemeanorsShow
1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)
16. Double Jeopardy (1999)
17. The Exterminator (1980)
18. The Big Bird Cage (1972)
19. Queen & Slim (2019)

20. Fear City (1984)

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Many of the images here (stripper bleeding from a cut across the forehead and unable to see her further attacks) are hard to shake and the project benefits from a pulsating music score. The screenplay is very messy though, with the film coming off as rather torn in terms of what it wants to be. There is no mystery as to who the killer is with his identity revealed early on, but is the film meant to be about him or rather a disgraced former boxer?
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Post by jeroeno » March 15th, 2020, 6:56 am

15. Psy (1992)
16. The Last Thing He Wanted (2020)
17. Les premiers les derniers (2016)
18. Birds of Prey (And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn) (2020)

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Post by sol » March 15th, 2020, 7:36 am

Crimes and MisdemeanorsShow
1. Hustlers (2019)
2. Uncut Gems (2019)
3. Logan Lucky (2017)
4. Analyze This (1999)
5. Double Impact (1991)
6. Death Warrant (1990)
7. Terminal Island (1973)
8. The Equalizer 2 (2018)
9. Turner & Hooch (1989)
10. The Gravy Train (1974)
11. Mr. & Mrs. Smith (2005)
12. Striking Distance (1993)
13. Beware the Slenderman (2016)
14. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (1950)
15. King of New York (1990)
16. Double Jeopardy (1999)
17. The Exterminator (1980)
18. The Big Bird Cage (1972)
19. Queen & Slim (2019)
20. Fear City (1984)

21. The Mechanic (1972)

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With a gay subtext from the source novel entirely erased from the final product, the character dynamics here are not quite as juicy as they could have been and Bronson's choice to take on an assistant always seems a little odd, but this is a well crafted movie. There is much more focus on Bronson meticulously planning each hit rather than the hits themselves and when the action does occur, it is pretty spectacular. Really remarkable ending too.
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Post by hurluberlu » March 15th, 2020, 10:39 am

blocho wrote:
March 11th, 2020, 7:53 pm
10. True Detective: The Long Bright Dark (2014) - Police interrogation
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As I am about to watch some episodes from The Wire, is there a change of rule for TV series (120mins=1pt) ? ;)
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Post by hurluberlu » March 15th, 2020, 10:47 am

13. Deep Crimson (Arturo Ripstein, 1996) 6-
14. American Made (Doug Liman, 2017) 6
15. The Outfit (John Flynn, 1973) 6+

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1. The Last Run (Richard Fleischer, John Huston) 7+
2. Paulette (Jérôme Enrico, 2012) 6-
3. 22 Bullets / L'immortel (Richard Berry, 2010) 6+
4. Wind River (Taylor Sheridan, 2017) 7-
5. The Accountant (Gavin O'Connor, 2016) 7-
6. Odd Job / Un petit boulot (Pascal Chaumeil, 2016) 7-
7. He Died with His Eyes Open / On ne meurt que deux fois (Jacques Deray, 1985) 7-
8. John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum (Chad Stahelski, 2019) 5-
9. Awaara (Raj Kapoor, 1951) 8
10. Quick Change (Howard Franklin, Bill Murray, 1990) 6+
11. Gangsta / Patser (Adil El Arbi, Bilall Fallah, 2018) 6
12. Straight Time (Ulu Grosbard, Dustin Hoffman, 1978) 5+
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