SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE - Is It Deep or Dumb? - Wisecrack Edition

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Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse is a fan favorite for a reason: it's objectively awesome. But is there something deeper than the sheer dopeness of this multiverse of Spidey-folks? Let's find out in this Wisecrack Edition on Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse - Is it Deep or Dumb?

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    WisecrackWisecrackIl y a 11 mois
    • the music, listen closely

      Mm kkka?Mm kkka?Il y a 6 mois
    • Wisecrack please do Aeon Flux the animated series not the shitty movie the seties is very sci fi philosophical and it was made in 1991 long before all others adult animated shows. its very deadpan and very drama rather than comedy and darker look on sci fi and totalitarianism. Aeon Flux is an satire(with no comedy) against totalitarian dystopia and action movies or the spy fictions of James Bond

      long w lenguyenlong w lenguyenIl y a 7 mois
    • good/bad choices necessarily resulting in good/bad outcomes always seems overplayed in spiderman movies and using quantum theory to make that same mistake seems like a dumb ignoring of the randomness inherent to those theories

      Bryan McCormickBryan McCormickIl y a 10 mois
    • It was the half-breed, race pandering attempt to get some more interest in Spiderman by making it relate to a wider audience. It had the opposite effect. Here, we get some form of actual storyline out of it, but nothing I could have related to in the slightest. In fact, it has the undertone of white extinctionism written all over it as a blonde version of Spiderman, arguably his best possible outcome, is killed only to be replaced by a mix of the other two large group of human breeds in the US. Not to mention yet another Spiderman that fucks with the race of one of the main characters not unlike the Tom Holland garbage. And like so much Allah worshiping trash, manages to figuratively build a mosque on conquered territory by daring to make Gwen fucking Stacy his personal piece of white girl ass. They could have used Mary Jane, but nah. Why not drive it home with Spiderman's real love interest? Fuck this movie and fuck you.

      CodeguruXCodeguruXIl y a 10 mois
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  • I think you are putting a strange weight on one single reference, in terms of Great Expectations. Its just part of the theme of expectations. Its something assigned to him, and the book isnt a perfect clone but its still deals with similar themes.

    Tim WhiteTim WhiteIl y a 5 jours
  • First, don't call it a Peter tingle. Second, love this video.

    2stepjoey2stepjoeyIl y a 9 jours
  • Nice vid bro

    Sasha FlameSasha FlameIl y a 9 jours
  • The answer is deep

    Finnegan JarrellFinnegan JarrellIl y a 10 jours
  • It’s pronounced aesthetic not ASSthetic. I almost snapped a pencil in half 😅

    Eddie MumfordEddie MumfordIl y a mois
  • look at the scene were miles breaks the thumb drive 4 2 or 42

    Lightning GamingLightning GamingIl y a 2 mois
  • yay cancer

    Lightning GamingLightning GamingIl y a 2 mois
  • I absolutely bloody, simply, ultimately, friggin LOVE!!!!!!! this film.

    Scott Lee ClaytonScott Lee ClaytonIl y a 2 mois
  • it's deep for the first time watch, but really dumb after re watching it back

    SoraExeSoraExeIl y a 2 mois
  • I say DUMB. When an anime spider "man" showed up, the movie went to crap.

    Aaron MerkelAaron MerkelIl y a 2 mois
    • lmao shut the fuck up

      deenkydeenkyIl y a 2 mois
  • The answer is always, Peni.

    T_ TommyT_ TommyIl y a 3 mois
  • I'd argue there's an additional layer to the Great Expectations reference. I think they included it because A) it's pretty on the nose and everyone gets it pretty much immediately, but also B) as an outdated work that people cling onto unnecessarily. This reverence of past works and need to elevate them unnecessarily is a direct response to Spider-man having a different look than people are used to. The expectation that Spider-man is invariably a white dude named Peter is subverted by nearly the whole Spider-club in this movie. It's not just Miles' expectations that are being grappled with in the film, the public's expectations of Spider-man are as well and while there is still value in the old works, they need to make some room for new ideas as well.

    Matthew MontroseMatthew MontroseIl y a 3 mois
  • Maybe it's "deep" in a literary sense by juxtaposing the contrasting plot of Great Expectations highlighting the pursuit of status not being aspired to, but being this journey of self reflection, choice, and a leap of faith. Maybe it expands on the original premise of the book by adding new meaning to it rather than making it a satire. I dunno. But I think another critical component of analyzing this movie's themes is the musical composition.

    Gabriel KalebGabriel KalebIl y a 3 mois
  • Wave partical duality is not a consequnce of super positions

    Nevo KrienNevo KrienIl y a 3 mois
  • The Great Responsiblitity references were probably not to reference the book itself. Instead, the film referenced the book to reference the famous Spider Man/Uncle Ben/Stan Lee catch phrase: "With great power comes great responsibility." Because what is a responsibility if not also an expectation?

    VariocomVariocomIl y a 3 mois
  • Looking forward to the parallel universe where Jared looks like Keanu reeves

    Johnny goodyJohnny goodyIl y a 3 mois
  • Charles dickins this Charles dickins that this is a movie not history

    GANGSTAR GAMERGANGSTAR GAMERIl y a 3 mois
  • my man is really out here saying "ass-thetic"

    Desi GillespieDesi GillespieIl y a 3 mois
  • 5:45 the number 42!

    NathANNathANIl y a 3 mois
  • Into The Spiderverse > Every Garfield/Holland movie

    ChasersChasersIl y a 3 mois
  • excellent as per use

    No NicknameNo NicknameIl y a 3 mois
  • Sheeeit I never thought it was even up for debate!

    Justin JakimiakJustin JakimiakIl y a 3 mois
  • 11:55 "he could still use some work in the romance department". It seems to me you're missing an important point here: Miles _respects_ the fact that Gwen has been deeply hurt and is not ready for romance yet. That's actually a pretty bold statement and a very positive example. In fact, if you look at every time the word "love" is used in the movie, you'll see that it's never in a romantic way: 1. between Miles and his dad in front of the school (his dad forces him to say "I love you"); 2. then again between them but separated by a closed door, with Miles being tied up and physically unable to say it back (powerful symbol), and this time his dad doesn't force him to say it ("you don't have to say it back"); this is where Miles finally learns to master his powers, so the "adorable daddish stuff" is actually pretty pivotal IMO; 3. Peter B. saying "I love you, I'm so proud of you" when he sees that Miles has learned to master his powers (this leads him to realize he might be OK with the idea of having kids and therefore getting back with MJ); 4. SpiderNoir saying "I uh... love you, all." before heading back to his dimension (he has a noticeable hesitation, but even a hard-boiled badass like him is allowed to say it non-romantically); 5. and finally between Miles and his dad again, and this time Miles is "protected" by his mask (identity/powers) which finally gives him the courage to tell his father "I love you" (and hug him). And in all this, absolutely no talk of love between Miles and Gwen: only friendship and a deep respect for the boundaries of the other. I don't know if all this can be called "deep" (to be honest I don't really care), but it's undoubtedly deliberate, quite bold for this type of movie, and extremely positive.

    Vincent ClavienVincent ClavienIl y a 4 mois
  • I feel the Kirby dots should be mentioned too, while looking at the eye candy part of the film.

    Yatharth MozaYatharth MozaIl y a 4 mois
  • Those are half tone dots, not Ben day dots. Otherwise great video.

    Luke PorterLuke PorterIl y a 4 mois
  • Expectations vs reality

    Rich consparart broRich consparart broIl y a 4 mois
  • Let’s go back to 2018.

    Harley QuinnHarley QuinnIl y a 4 mois
  • Gerald is always on point with these, thanks man.

    Sang FroidSang FroidIl y a 4 mois
  • The movie has so many Easter Eggs and visual details, I completely forgot about the untied shoes!

    Finn InamaFinn InamaIl y a 4 mois
  • Peters arc in every Spider-Man movie: with great power comes great responsibility. Miles arc: YOUR SHOES ARE UNTIED

    B. DB. DIl y a 4 mois
  • Really the great expectations reference isn't so much referencing the book as using the term to connect both to Spider Man as a whole (great powers, great expectations quote) and the major themes of that in the movie. Really using the book to reference that line is just a natural way to incorporate it into the story without the corny overused spidey line.

    Trustin DeanTrustin DeanIl y a 4 mois
  • It's definitely Nic Cage that made this movie 😆😆😆

    crazybeartimbacrazybeartimbaIl y a 4 mois
  • Thanks to South Park, I can no longer take Great Expectations seriously.

    YggdrasilYggdrasilIl y a 4 mois
  • thanks

    Felipe VarelaFelipe VarelaIl y a 4 mois
  • Is no one gonna talk about how peter b. parker wanted to die several times in the film? that shit was so sad

    dinkle dumplingdinkle dumplingIl y a 4 mois
  • this film its about the transformation of a teenager, puberty and all this things, and is deep in this way too. the transformation of his body, the doubts, the rebelion, the first love even some jokes about masturbation.

    Edson Vinícius Santos Vaz RonqueEdson Vinícius Santos Vaz RonqueIl y a 4 mois
  • It was fun to watch on Acid, Miles "progress montage" was kinda forced and much too short, Nicolas cage Spiderman, spiderpig, and desuman being introduced all at once felt rushed as well, it feels like something that should have been a two or three part movie, but they decided against it halfway in and just jammed everything into the last 30~ minutes. Still a good watch, the art style is phenomenal, the little things like Miles being rendered at 12fps while bum Peter is rendered at 24fps, Miles doesn't become 24fps till after he's "ready".

    NateLBNateLBIl y a 5 mois
  • I´ve been telling this to my close friends. Is like Columbia made Pixar for teens, instead of children (no disrespect to Pixar, I love ´em) . Great movie, let's hope they don't let us down. Great work you guys. BTW Wisecrack in Spanish is cuchufleta . Really funny word- -E8}=

    don iwanadon iwanaIl y a 5 mois
  • dude you should do a collab with film/game theory and deat meat, you guys would have an amazing collab

    Jasper WeinbegerJasper WeinbegerIl y a 5 mois
  • To be honest, they did so little with the Great Expectations reference that I forgot it was even in the film. And I've seen it twice.

    SunOfNothingSunOfNothingIl y a 5 mois
  • 11:49 IS THAT A JOJO REFERENCE

    Gabriel CalderonGabriel CalderonIl y a 5 mois
  • Wisecrack: SPIDER-MAN: INTO THE SPIDER-VERSE - Is It Deep or Dumb? - Wisecrack Edition People who only read the Title: So you have chosen...Death.

    Richard SephirRichard SephirIl y a 5 mois
  • Nice video! Hang in there - these videos show us that well made films/shows often have deep solid roots.

    f12mnbf12mnbIl y a 5 mois
  • I think the "Great Expectations" book is a jab to the quote "With great power comes great responsibility". Now that Miles was forced into the Spiderman role(and him being transferred to that school for genius), great expectations is being forced on him.

    Shady JiminShady JiminIl y a 5 mois
  • Deep or Dumb: One Punch Man Season 2

    soccercta100soccercta100Il y a 5 mois
  • Devs.

    juggerdad831juggerdad831Il y a 5 mois
  • Anyone can wear the mask. If you didn't know that before I hope you do now.

    Cyber HawkCyber HawkIl y a 5 mois
  • That was a fantastic video; I really loved this movie, but every time I have tried to have a deeper talk about it with those around me they look at me strangely and are shocked that I read so much into a "kids cartoon". Thank you for showing me that I; like Miles, am not alone.

    DarthalasDarthalasIl y a 5 mois
  • The whole Spiderman into the multi-verse concept is the stupidest fucking idea ever miles is ok but a fucking pig and little Asian girl being Spider Man characters is fucking dumb

    Robert SmithRobert SmithIl y a 5 mois
  • come ooon what was that with the 'needing help with romance' comment, it's so much better the way they played it! crush to friendship ftw ayy

    KajatheWolfKajatheWolfIl y a 5 mois
  • I absolutely loved this movie

    Catherine B.Catherine B.Il y a 6 mois
  • I like it because of argument 3

    Jeanine PelicanJeanine PelicanIl y a 6 mois
  • The 'great expectations' pip is referencing uncle ahron, not miles

    Arkady VaisbergArkady VaisbergIl y a 6 mois
  • The perfect movie

    attieyagattieyagIl y a 6 mois
  • No!!! That is exactly as it truly is!!! We don't become ANYTHING until we've had enough of our own mediocrity... when we are sick of being average, we only then, have the power to decide to be greater than we are, and when we DECIDE it, we then take the leap of faith which shows us what we can really do. From there on in, if we decide that we are the most powerful being in a room, we are, merely becoz we decided it, then took a leap of faith which over time just becomes knowledge and oozing confidence 😊

    leighatkins22leighatkins22Il y a 6 mois
  • I know there is a theory that Peter B Parker is Toby Maguire’s interpretation of the character but what if the blond Peter Parker, despite being blond and dating Mary Jane, is Andrew Garfield’s Amazing Spider-Man?

    R.M.S BrandR.M.S BrandIl y a 6 mois
  • Will Spiderverse 2 be fun and lighthearted like this one or Will use a darker story like The comic about spiderMans killers. It would be interesting to Watch that adapted to the big screen. I watched that cómic narrated here on FRworld and find it fascinating. Though too dark for a second part of this movie

    Sara ZonanaSara ZonanaIl y a 6 mois
  • I'm pretty sure if you can talk about a movie for this long, it's pretty deep.

    juliana octaviojuliana octavioIl y a 7 mois
  • love this movie and all the criticisms of it.

    Amanda SamsonAmanda SamsonIl y a 8 mois
  • I swear I do not remember Miles dad saying “tie your shoes please”. In theatre or DVD. Anyone else?

    Bailey JacksonBailey JacksonIl y a 8 mois
  • The good people at trope talk brought up how the great expectations book was a symbol of how all the people in Miles life has expectations of him and how he only wants to be himself not live up to be what someone already has been

    HenrySkycutterstudiosHenrySkycutterstudiosIl y a 8 mois
  • Does anybody else automatically jump past the product plugs?

    KoticNdeavorKoticNdeavorIl y a 8 mois
  • @Wisecrack 9:18 "it chooses to become either a wave or a particle" is incorrect. While in superposition, (ie, when not being observed) a particles location is a wave of probabilities, with peaks denoting a high likelihood and troughs low. It is only when we observer the particle that the probability wave (the 'wave function') is collapsed and we find out where our particle is. Light behaves as a wave and a particle because it's probability wave causes interference with other light probability waves, but the energy it carries is definitively particularized - a photon.

    Jared ForbesJared ForbesIl y a 8 mois
  • Aaaand... you failed to mention the obvious meta-narrative of the, i. e. it's an origin story about origin stories.

    Dani ElDani ElIl y a 8 mois
  • 17:20 "Peter Tingle" is the new "moist"... Gross

    Jason ReadyJason ReadyIl y a 8 mois
  • Deep

    Essential ListeningEssential ListeningIl y a 8 mois
  • I don't get why so many people don't understand Great Expectations. Estella was raised to destroy the hearts of men. Pip was brought in to play with her as a child and endure her punishment. By chance, Pip meets the convict and chooses to help him. His benefactor who enables him to rise up to the upper class is the convict. Pip still can't win Estella's heart and learns that the worth of a person and a gentleman is their character. Pip also learns that the convict is actually Estella's father and she is not really so classy. Miles does the same thing, exactly. His worth comes from within, not other's expectations of himself, and not what he expects himself to be, which evolved and changed over time. Read the book, don't pretend you read it.

    legisnuntiuslegisnuntiusIl y a 8 mois
  • No. It's none of those things. It's Prowler's theme music.

    Reanetse MolelekiReanetse MolelekiIl y a 8 mois
  • Holy shit, I've watched this movie at least 5 times and now but I never caught on the many reiteration regarding Mile's shoelace! Welp, I guess I haven't watched it enough. brb!

    CheesecakeLasagnaCheesecakeLasagnaIl y a 8 mois
  • Dope shirt you got there!

    CheesecakeLasagnaCheesecakeLasagnaIl y a 8 mois
  • Honorable mention goes to the "it could be me" idea reinforced multiple times in the movie. The idea that "anyone could wear the mask. YOU could wear the mask" is much more engaging / inspiring to the audience. Contrast that against the uproar for SW episode XIII where people lost their minds because Rey was "no one from no where"; and then the retcon for episode IX. The idea that someone can only be special if they hail from a particular bloodline is not only absurd but it places a huge wall between the audience and the story. It's in direct opposition to the theme of Into the Spiderverse much to the detriment of SW IX.

    bloodsin28bloodsin28Il y a 8 mois
  • 0:32 The Spidey crouched in the middle with the dirty, ripped up costume with black hair showing through and white Spider Logo is me!

    Agent SEPTEMBERAgent SEPTEMBERIl y a 8 mois
  • You got this all backwards, dude. Expectation isn't capability, it's imagined future. No Expectations isn't giving up on himself, it's rejecting everyone else's lack of faith in him. Because of his dad's expectations of him, he had no choice about the school he wanted to be at. Miles doesn't think he's not good enough to be there; he doesn't CHOOSE to be there, but what his dad expects of him matters more than the choice he wants to make. His dad expects him to choose wrong. Believing in himself and taking a leap of faith was never a problem for him; he knew what he wanted and mostly said so. He chose the untied laces that people kept criticising, and he stuck with it. He was willing to go do spiderman things from as soon as Peter B shows up. He wants training and seeks it out, but he never avoids doing what he's not sure he can do. Remember that the moment where PB says it's a leap of faith is right *after* he's tied Miles up; the other spiders all decided THEY didn't have faith in him. He was making the choice to go with them, but they expected him to fail if he did. Once again other people's expectations overrule his ability to make his own choices. He stopped struggling when he found out PB had lost faith in him too, the last straw to break his own faith. His dad's speech through the door is about him giving up his own expectations for his son, saying he'll respect who Miles is and chooses to be instead of expecting his son to follow the path he dictates, and that he has faith whatever Miles chooses will be amazing (and later even unknowingly accepts his Spiderman as someone who's doing right despite choosing differently from him). And he's right. He inspires Miles to follow his choice to keep the promise he made and fight with the other spiders, and he's awesome. Gwen and PB specifically note he's not doing things he learned from them (and warn him against). He's over their expectations of how to spider and embraces his own way. His life is his, with No Expectations on it.

    Daniel WidrewDaniel WidrewIl y a 9 mois
  • I think you are conflating Superposition with the collapse of the wave function. Particles are always waves, and vice versa. Observing a wave always collapses it into a particle. A Superposition is when I particle can exist in one of two states. Because particles (or waves) are always created in pairs, observing the state of one automatically let's you know the state of the other - but until you observe it - they both exist in the same state simultaneously. The many worlds interpretation states that observing a particle merely shows you where that particle exists in your universe - infinite other universes exist with the particle 'collapsing' to a different point in space.

    Quentin LightnerQuentin LightnerIl y a 9 mois
  • Wisecrack: Deep or Dumb? Jared: *YES*

    Not So GrumpNot So GrumpIl y a 9 mois
  • It’s just wild to me that Mile’s dad, a black man, is somehow named Jefferson Davis

    rd0676rd0676Il y a 9 mois
  • It's sort of fun but incredibly shallow. The success surprised me because the writing was lazy, especially anything to do with the alternate universe characters outside of Peter.

    Joe JoeJoe JoeIl y a 9 mois
  • The film managed to have 5 different art styles co-exist on a single screen. That's amazing!

    Kazuhisa NakataniKazuhisa NakataniIl y a 9 mois
  • The movie looks stylish and cool and all-I love it. Except Kingpin's design, with his head so much lower than his shoulders-I cannot explain why, but I ACTIVELY dislike that design choice.

    troryANCAStroryANCASIl y a 9 mois
    • Big boye.

      Heaven TomsHeaven TomsIl y a 9 mois
  • Unpopular opinion this movie is aesthetically terrible, most of it ends up looking like it’s trying to be an acid trip but ends up looking like your looking at a pile of vomit whilst on acid.

    Mike stromMike stromIl y a 9 mois
  • Jared without his beard is Shaggy from scobby doo.

    WikickidWikickidIl y a 9 mois
  • 4:35 I DIDN’T ASK FOR JUMPSCARES, JARED!

    Rafi KaziRafi KaziIl y a 9 mois
  • The dots used in this film are actually not Ben Day dots. They are halftone dots. But close!

    MrShadowy1MrShadowy1Il y a 9 mois
  • What was the music used in the video?

    ZodiacXYZZodiacXYZIl y a 9 mois
  • If anyone says the movie is dumb then we have a problem can't wait for 2 in 2021

    Cash ordealsCash ordealsIl y a 9 mois
  • Please do a "Deep or Dumb" video on the movie Magnolia (1999). Thank you!

    AC SlametAC SlametIl y a 9 mois
  • Best movie of 2019, animated or otherwise.

    Dimitri MariuttoDimitri MariuttoIl y a 9 mois
  • Requesting an episode on Amazon's "Carnival Row"--whichever series it suits

    Olivia YeatesOlivia YeatesIl y a 9 mois
  • I laughed my ass off in the theater when he was tied up and his dad was on the other side of the door. Apparantly it was supposed to be dramatic??? Lmaoooo

    Eric-the-ClericEric-the-ClericIl y a 9 mois
  • whats up with the 42 no. throughout the movie?? the spider number and 5:42 (on the ground)

    guy vardielguy vardielIl y a 9 mois
  • As far as the great expectations bit goes, when miles refuses to give into passivity and begins making more active choices I'm pretty sure that's when his, "great expectations" for himself begin to take root. From the moment he he stated he made a promise to shut down kingpin's plan to telling the others he would undoubtedly get them home. During the vigil for his universe's Spidey when Mj is talking he even talks about everyone counting on him. The whole film he's trying to take on responsibilities he isn't ready to handle before throwing in the towel (hence throwing the book out of the window). I honestly feel this is directly referenced in his discussion with Peter B. on leaps of faith and not being able to know when he's ready. Miles thought just because he had a costume and the powers that he'd be able to simply apply himself and the rest would fall into place. His Peter told him he had no choice and so did his dad. Mary Jane's speech made him feel he had to step up without question. It wasn't until his dad later reassured him that his, "spark," was his and that it's up to him to choose what he does with it. With his dad Jeff only doing what he does and being as hard on his son as he was because he doesn't want him to live the life his uncle did and the one he had to learn to leave behind before becoming a cop. He even references him and Uncle Aaron's differences in choices and how it affected their relationship/led to them drifting apart. Then he tells Myles that he loves him and that he doesn't, "have to say it back," later echoed when Myles tell his dad he loves him at the end of the film, having accepted the responsibilities of both his life and his superhero alter ego. Couple that with the older Peter's leap of faith talk and Myles no longer feeling forced to help or to fill the shoes of a hero but to be ready and willing to use his spark and be himself. With that being said the film's great expectations reference lends itself to the film a lot more. This is entirely how I interpreted the movie though, to each their own. Solid vid as always though.

    Ryan SimmonsRyan SimmonsIl y a 10 mois
  • I love this movie. It’s gonna be hard for the sequel to be a better film than the first.

    Rayne OzierRayne OzierIl y a 10 mois
  • oh i fucking hated he said its a choice to untie shoelace , thx for pointing it out

    qwedsa789654 tangqwedsa789654 tangIl y a 10 mois
  • Honestly, until you brought up the Great Expectations stuff... I hardly noticed it in the film. I just thought it was a play on the Uncle Ben mantra tbh...

    Ariel GladwellAriel GladwellIl y a 10 mois
  • Miles said he had "No Expectations" I think he is actually a counterpoint to the book "Great Expectations". If you think about it, he doesn't ever have great expectations of himself. Instead he takes a leap of faith and rises to the opportunity as it presents itself. I think you might have missed the mark on that bit, but otherwise excellent review.

    Matt ReitzMatt ReitzIl y a 10 mois
  • bad

    lilmillilmilIl y a 10 mois
  • Literally everyone in this day and age can agree on that Into the Spiderverse 1. Has awesome/relatable characters and arcs 2. Terrific story 3. Powerful and universal themes 4. Jaw dropping animation 5. Actually well-placed jokes and references 6. Is one of the best animated movies ever 7. Is also one of the best superhero movies ever 8. Is probably also one of the best movies ever, PERIOD

    Disney BroNY 42Disney BroNY 42Il y a 10 mois
  • Please do Tokyo Ghoul!!

    Savage Land Pty LtdSavage Land Pty LtdIl y a 10 mois
  • I really want spiderverse 2 but I know that it will never be as good as the first

    Sean ClancySean ClancyIl y a 10 mois
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