Short Takes: Movie listings and reviews for August 17

Logan Lucky
Josh Bell, Mike D'Angelo, Jeffrey M. Anderson

Special screenings

Action on Film Festival

8/17-8/26, feature films and shorts, seminars, parties, more, various times, $10 per screening, passes $80-$975. Palms Hotel & Casino. Info:

Cinemark Classics Series

8/20, 8/23, It Happened One Night, Sun 2 p.m., Wed 2 & 7 p.m., $7.50-$11. Theaters: ORL, SF, SP, ST

DOCUTAH Presents

8/23, Thelma & Louise plus documentary Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise, Q&A with filmmaker Jennifer Townsend, 6 p.m., $16. Theaters: ET

Fairy Tail: Dragon Cry

8/19, Japanese animated feature film dubbed in English, 4 p.m., $8-$12. Theaters: ORL, SF, ST, VS. Info:

Family Movie Night

Thu, sundown, free. 8/17, Moana. 8/24, Finding Dory. Downtown Container Park, 707 Fremont St.,

Level 3

8/24, screening of local short film plus Q&A with filmmakers, 8 p.m., free. Millennium Fandom Bar, 900 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-405-0816.

RiffTrax Live

8/17, 8/24, Doctor Who: The Five Doctors plus comedic commentary, 8 p.m., $13-$15. Theaters: CAN, COL, ORL, SF, SP, ST, VS. Info:

Sci Fi Center

Mon, Cinemondays, 8 p.m., free. Sun, Game of Thrones viewing party, 8 p.m., free. 8/22, Legend, 8 p.m., $1. 5077 Arville St., 855-501-4335,

Starship Troopers: Traitor of Mars

8/21, animated feature plus bonus content, 7:30 & 10 p.m., $7.50-$12.50. Theaters: COL, SF, SP, ST, TS, VS. Info:

Tuesday Afternoon at the Bijou

Tue, 1 p.m., free. 8/22, Smokey and the Bandit. Clark County Library, 1401 E. Flamingo Road, 702-507-3400.

New this week

Brigsby Bear Three and a half stars

Kyle Mooney, Ryan Simpkins, Jorge Lendeborg Jr. Directed by Dave McCary. 100 minutes. Rated PG-13. A 25-year-old man held captive his entire life attempts to re-create the fake TV show his kidnappers used to brainwash him in this weird but surprisingly heartfelt dramedy from co-writer/star Mooney. It sometimes shies away from its inherent darkness, but eventually tells a winning story of hope and wonder over sadness and despair. —JB

Theaters: ST, TS, VS

The Hitman’s Bodyguard Two stars

Ryan Reynolds, Samuel L. Jackson, Elodie Yung. Directed by Patrick Hughes. 118 minutes. Rated R. Reynolds plays a private security professional reluctantly tasked with protecting the life of a contract killer (Jackson) set to testify against a brutal dictator (Gary Oldman) in international court. The two loudmouths banter incessantly but weakly, the action is mediocre and the story drags on at least 30 minutes too long. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, DI, ET, FH, GVL, GVR, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, TS, TX

In This Corner of the World Three stars

Voices of Non, Yoshimasa Hosoya, Natsuki Inaba. Directed by Sunao Katabuchi. 129 minutes. Rated PG-13. In Japanese with English subtitles. This sprawling animated drama follows a young woman living near Hiroshima during WWII, poignantly illustrating daily life in the years leading up to the atomic bomb drop. It’s a bit disjointed as it jumps ahead in time, but often beautiful to look at and moving in its focus on the mundane during wartime. —JB

Theaters: ORL, VS

Logan Lucky Two and a half stars

Channing Tatum, Adam Driver, Daniel Craig. Directed by Steven Soderbergh. 119 minutes. Rated PG-13. Soderbergh’s comeback is an uneven heist comedy starring Tatum and Driver as a pair of working-class brothers who conspire to rob the Charlotte Motor Speedway in North Carolina. The actors mostly lean hard on comical redneck accents, and the slow-moving plot features way too many leaps of logic. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, COL, DI, ET, FH, GVL, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, TS, TX

Step Three stars

Directed by Amanda Lipitz. 83 minutes. Rated PG. A documentary about inner-city high-school girls on a step dance team, Step has an uneven focus, even if all the individual elements are fascinating. Director Lipitz presents her subjects’ stories in a crowd-pleasing, readily digestible package that would be unforgivably manipulative if it weren’t so earnest and endearing. —JB

Theaters: SC, TS

Wind River Three and a half stars

Jeremy Renner, Elizabeth Olsen, Graham Greene. Directed by Taylor Sheridan. 107 minutes. Rated R. Screenwriter Sheridan (Sicario, Hell or High Water) now adds directing with another finely crafted crime story about people living on the margins of society. Renner and Olsen play federal agents investigating the murder of a Native American teen on a Wyoming reservation. The story is straightforward but suspenseful, with rich regional details. —JB

Theaters: BS, DTS, GVR, ORL, SC, SF, SP, TS

Now playing

13 Minutes Three stars

Christian Friedel, Katharina Schüttler, Burghart Klaussner. Directed by Oliver Hirschbiegel. 114 minutes. Rated R. In German with English subtitles. This biopic about Georg Elser, a German carpenter who attempted to assassinate Hitler in 1939, is more conventional and less powerful than Hirschbiegel’s 2004 WWII movie Downfall, struggling to connect a central romance to its political narrative. But Friedel gives a sympathetic and layered performance, humanizing an important and unsung historical figure. —JB

Theaters: VS

47 Meters Down Three and a half stars

Mandy Moore, Claire Holt, Matthew Modine. Directed by Johannes Roberts. 89 minutes. Rated PG-13. A pair of sisters end up trapped in a rickety cage at the bottom of the ocean, surrounded by deadly sharks, in this lean, suspenseful survival thriller. Occasional plot contrivances aside, most of the movie is tense and well-crafted, making great use of the murky depths surrounding the characters. —JB

Theaters: TC, TX

Annabelle: Creation Two and a half stars

Lulu Wilson, Talitha Bateman, Anthony LaPaglia. Directed by David F. Sandberg. 109 minutes. Rated R. A prequel to a spinoff, Creation has to work within some narrow parameters, and the filmmakers don’t find any interesting new directions for the evil doll. Director Sandberg’s flair for creepy set pieces puts Creation slightly above 2014’s Annabelle, but it’s still pretty formulaic, with only occasional scary moments. —JB

Theaters: AL, CAN, CH, COL, DI, ET, FH, GVL, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

Atomic Blonde Three and a half stars

Charlize Theron, James McAvoy, Sofia Boutella. Directed by David Leitch. 115 minutes. Rated R. Theron plays a British MI6 agent in 1989 Berlin in this stylish if confusingly plotted spy thriller. Theron is fantastically cool, the supporting performances are entertaining, the set and costume design are sophisticated, and the jaw-dropping action sequences are both brutal and beautiful. —JB

Theaters: AL, CH, DTS, ET, FH, GVL, GVR, ORL, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

Baby Driver Three and a half stars

Ansel Elgort, Lily James, Kevin Spacey. Directed by Edgar Wright. 113 minutes. Rated R. The plot of Baby Driver, about a getaway driver looking to leave behind his life of crime, is nothing new, but the way that writer-director Wright tells that story is playful and virtuosic, making the movie into one long visual mixtape. It’s like a mediocre crime thriller crossed with several very good music videos. —JB

Theaters: COL, ORL, RR, SF, ST, TX, VS

The Battleship Island (Not reviewed)

Hwang Jung-min, So Ji-sub, Song Joong-ki. Directed by Ryoo Seung-wan. 132 minutes. Not rated. In Korean with English subtitles. During the Japanese occupation of Korea, 400 inmates attempt to break out of a forced labor camp.

Theaters: VS

The Big Sick Three and a half stars

Kumail Nanjiani, Zoe Kazan, Ray Romano. Directed by Michael Showalter. 119 minutes. Rated R. The broad narrative arc of The Big Sick is not that different from the average Hollywood romantic comedy; the movie succeeds in the personal specificity of the story, written by comedian Kumail Nanjiani and his wife, based on their real-life romance. It delivers a real love story with real humor from real people. —JB

Theaters: DTS, GVR, SC

Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie Three and a half stars

Voices of Kevin Hart, Thomas Middleditch, Ed Helms. Directed by David Soren. 84 minutes. Rated PG. This computer-animated movie, about two best friends (voiced by Hart and Middleditch) whose superhero creation comes to life, contains hand-drawn sequences and even a sock-puppet sequence. Rambunctious, but cheerfully clever—or at least cheerful—it contains fart jokes, but also a built-in critique and aesthetic appreciation of fart jokes. —JMA

Theaters: TC

Cars 3 Two and a half stars

Voices of Owen Wilson, Cristela Alonzo, Armie Hammer. Directed by Brian Fee. 109 minutes. Rated G. The third movie in Pixar’s most blatantly commercial animated franchise finds race car Lightning McQueen (Wilson) losing ground to younger models. The world of anthropomorphic vehicles is still colorful and lovingly detailed, but the plot is slow-moving and dull, rehashing elements of the first movie. —JB

Theaters: COL

The Dark Tower Two stars

Tom Taylor, Idris Elba, Matthew McConaughey. Directed by Nikolaj Arcel. 95 minutes. Rated PG-13. The long-in- the-works adaptation of Stephen King’s epic fantasy-novel series has turned it into a generic, streamlined action-fantasy, making the sprawling mythology feel limited and small. Elba is a highlight as world-weary warrior Roland, but Taylor is the real star as an overly earnest teen who joins Roland to save the world. —JB

Theaters: AL, CAN, CH, DI, FH, GVL, GVR, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

Despicable Me 3 Two stars

Voices of Steve Carell, Kristen Wiig, Trey Parker. Directed by Pierre Coffin and Kyle Balda. 90 minutes. Rated PG. There’s a sense of tired obligation to the third movie in the animated series about reformed supervillain Gru (Carell), which runs barely 90 minutes and throws together a handful of haphazard storylines. Nothing in the plot carries much of an impact, despite the series of apparently momentous developments. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CH, COL, SC, SF, SP, ST, TS, TX, VS

Detroit Three stars

John Boyega, Will Poulter, Algee Smith. Directed by Kathryn Bigelow. 143 minutes. Rated R. Set mostly during the 1967 Detroit riots, the movie aims to put viewers alongside the black residents of the city as they rebel. It gets bogged down in depicting a particularly notorious incident that takes up most of the movie, with a cartoonish cop villain, but it still has powerful moments throughout. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, DI, ET, FH, GVL, GVR, RR, SC, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TX, VS

Dunkirk Four stars

Fionn Whitehead, Tom Hardy, Mark Rylance. Directed by Christopher Nolan. 106 minutes. Rated PG-13. Nolan’s docudrama about the evacuation of Dunkirk early in World War II is perhaps the boldest gamble yet made by this ambitious director, injecting a potentially alienating degree of abstraction into the sheer intensity of pitched battle. Once again, he somehow makes it work. —MD

Theaters: AL, BS, CH, DTS, FH, GVR, ORL, PAL, RR, SC, SF, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

The Emoji Movie One star

Voices of T.J. Miller, James Corden, Anna Faris. Directed by Tony Leondis. 86 minutes. Rated PG. The epitome of a cynical Hollywood brand extension, this animated movie based on smartphone icons borrows elements from superior movies like Inside Out and The Lego Movie, lazily going through the motions of an animated family adventure, with maximum product placement along the way. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, COL, DI, FH, ORL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SP, SS, TS, TX

Finally Found Someone (Not reviewed)

John Lloyd Cruz, Sarah Geronimo, Joey Marquez. Directed by Theodore Boborol. 118 minutes. Not rated. In Filipino with English subtitles. A woman who was left at the altar tries to get her love life back on track.

Theaters: ORL, VS

A Ghost Story Four stars

Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara. Directed by David Lowery. 92 minutes. Rated R. Writer-director Lowery delivers a layered and moving meditation on grief and the passage of time, even with his lead actor (Affleck, as a troubled musician killed in a car accident) covered entirely by a sheet for nearly the entire running time. He haunts the home he lived in, unable to move on. —JB

Theaters: COL

Girls Trip (Not reviewed)

Queen Latifah, Regina Hall, Jada Pinkett Smith. Directed by Malcolm D. Lee. 122 minutes. Rated R. A group of lifelong friends cut loose on a trip to New Orleans.

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH,DI, ET, GVR, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

The Glass Castle Three and a half stars

Brie Larson, Naomi Watts, Woody Harrelson. Directed by Destin Daniel Cretton. 127 minutes. Rated PG-13. Jeannette Walls’ memoir about growing up with a flighty, irresponsible mom and an alcoholic dreamer of a dad finds enough emotional truth to compensate for occasional lapses into Hollywood phoniness. Larson plays the author, with Harrelson and Watts as the bad parents. —MD

Theaters: AL, BS, DTS, FH, GVL, GVR, ORL, RP, SC, SF, SP, SS, TS

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Three stars

Chris Pratt, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista. Directed by James Gunn. 136 minutes. Rated PG-13. After teaming up to save the galaxy in the surprise-hit previous movie, Marvel’s intergalactic superheroes are split up and set on various courses until they come together for the action-packed finale. If you liked the first movie, well, here’s more of it, only not as refreshing or original. —JB

Theaters: TC

The House Two stars

Will Ferrell, Amy Poehler, Jason Mantzoukas. Directed by Andrew Jay Cohen. 88 minutes. Rated R. Ferrell and Poehler star as a middle-class couple who start an underground casino in their neighbor’s basement when they unexpectedly lose the money for their daughter’s college tuition. Like most comedies starring SNL alumni, it’s long on semi-improvised goofiness and short on actual jokes. —MD

Theaters: TC

An Inconvenient Sequel: Truth to Power Two stars

Directed by Bonni Cohen and Jon Shenk. 98 minutes. Rated PG. Al Gore returns, 11 years after An Inconvenient Truth, with an update on the devastating consequences if we don’t step up our efforts to combat climate change. There’s more emphasis on Gore the man than on facts and figures this time, and the film’s message is basically “I told you so.” —MD

Theaters: COL

Kidnap Two stars

Halle Berry, Sage Correa, Chris McGinn. Directed by Luis Prieto. 94 minutes. Rated R. Berry plays a waitress chasing after the kidnappers of her young son in this empty, predictable, cheap-looking thriller. More than half the movie is a repetitive, drawn-out car chase, and despite a running time that barely hits 80 minutes, Kidnap is still padded and plodding. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, COL, DI, FH, ORL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX

Lady Macbeth Three and a half stars

Florence Pugh, Cosmo Jarvis, Naomi Ackie. Directed by William Oldroyd. 89 minutes. Rated R. Pugh gives a fearsome performance as Katherine Lester, a young upper-class wife in 19th-century England who rebels against her stable but oppressive life via adultery and murder. Oldroyd captures the bleak emptiness of Katherine’s surroundings, as she embraces her darkest, most twisted nature. —JB

Theaters: GVR

Maudie Three stars

Sally Hawkins, Ethan Hawke, Kari Matchett. Directed by Aisling Walsh. 115 minutes. Rated PG-13. This biopic of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis (Hawkins) focuses on her tumultuous relationship with her husband (Hawke), sometimes at the expense of details about her work. It can be an affecting look at a dysfunctional marriage, although it suffers from familiar biopic issues, including unclear progression of time and thin supporting characters. —JB

Theaters: SC

The Mummy Two stars

Tom Cruise, Annabelle Wallis, Sofia Boutella. Directed by Alex Kurtzman. 107 minutes. Rated PG-13. The attempted launchpad for a cinematic universe based on Universal’s classic monster characters gets things off to a poor start, ineptly mixing action, horror, humor and world-building. Cruise is out of place as a roguish American soldier cursed by an evil ancient Egyptian princess, and the title character isn’t much of a threat. —JB

Theaters: TC

The Nut Job 2: Nutty by Nature One and a half stars

Voices of Will Arnett, Katherine Heigl, Maya Rudolph. Directed by Cal Brunker. 91 minutes. Rated PG. This grating animated sequel doesn’t even have the semi-clever heist-movie premise of its predecessor, instead throwing a bunch of hyperactive, annoying animal characters together in a jumble of subplots loosely related to saving their park home from an evil developer. It’s chaotic, ugly and unpleasant, without even a solid lesson for the kid audience. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, COL, DI, FH, GVL, ORL, PAL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SHO, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

Once Upon a Time Two stars

Liu Yifei, Yang Yang, Jin Luo. Directed by Zhao Xiaoding. 108 minutes. Not rated. In Mandarin with English subtitles. This Chinese fantasy epic is more or less incomprehensible without extensive knowledge of Chinese mythology, and its overwrought emotions and muddled character motivations don’t help. Every shot is crammed full of garish CGI, and while there are some decent fight scenes, they’re buried under an onslaught of visual and narrative clutter. —JB

Theaters: TS

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales Two stars

Johnny Depp, Brenton Thwaites, Kaya Scodelario. Directed by Joachim Rønning and Espen Sandberg. 129 minutes. Rated PG-13. The fifth movie in the series initially based on a Disney theme-park ride features legendary pirate Jack Sparrow (Depp) on a quest for Poseidon’s trident. The plot is convoluted and interminable, and Depp stumbles and mumbles his way through another performance as Jack, who’s lost all of his irreverent charm. —JB

Theaters: COL

Rough Night Two stars

Scarlett Johansson, Jillian Bell, Kate McKinnon. Directed by Lucia Aniello. 101 minutes. Rated R. A group of college friends reunite for a bachelorette party, where things go increasingly wrong, starting with the accidental death of a stripper. The comic material is subpar, with a plot that goes in circles and runs out of momentum halfway through, only to turn into a half-hearted thriller in its final act. —JB

Theaters: TC

Spider-Man: Homecoming Three and a half stars

Tom Holland, Michael Keaton, Jacob Batalon. Directed by Jon Watts. 133 minutes. Rated PG-13. Bringing popular teen superhero Spider-Man (Holland) into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Homecoming is a feat of corporate deal-making as much as an artistic endeavor. There are a few impressive set pieces (most notably one set at the Washington Monument), some seeds planted for future movies and some entertaining bits of humor. —JB

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, CH, COL, DI, FH, ORL, RP, RR, SC, SF, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX, VS

A Taxi Driver Three stars

Song Kang-Ho, Thomas Kretschmann, Yoo Hai-Jin. Directed by Jang Hoon. 137 minutes. Not rated. In Korean with English subtitles. The true story of a German journalist who captured footage of South Korea’s 1980 citizen uprising, thanks to the reluctant help of a Korean taxi driver, gets an overlong but uplifting dramatization. The main character’s political awakening is a little heavy-handed, but the performances are strong and the message is a worthy one. —JB

Theaters: VS

Toilet: Ek Prem Katha (Not reviewed)

Akshay Kumar, Bhumi Pednekar, Anupam Kher. Directed by Shree Narayan Singh. 155 minutes. Not rated. In Hindi with English subtitles. A man must win back his wife by improving the sanitation conditions in his village.

Theaters: VS

Transformers: The Last Knight One and a half stars

Mark Wahlberg, Anthony Hopkins, Laura Haddock. Directed by Michael Bay. 148 minutes. Rated PG-13. Just getting through Bay’s fifth Transformers movie makes for an exhausting endeavor. Once again, the plot is byzantine and inane, the characters are superfluous and barely one-dimensional, the comic relief is painful and the acting is almost entirely perfunctory. The fate of the world is at stake (again), but none of it means anything. —JB

Theaters: TC, TX

Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets Two and a half stars

Dane DeHaan, Cara Delevingne, Clive Owen. Directed by Luc Besson. 137 minutes. Rated PG-13. The convoluted plot of Besson’s adaptation of a long-running French comic book (starring the miscast DeHaan and Delevingne as intergalactic secret agents) takes too long to get moving and then is sidelined for long stretches. The movie is a colorful and baffling experience that is sometimes charming but more often just exhausting. —JB

Theaters: COL, SC, TX

War for the Planet of the Apes Three stars

Andy Serkis, Woody Harrelson, Steve Zahn. Directed by Matt Reeves. 140 minutes. Rated PG-13. Part three of the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise boldly asks viewers to reject our own kind and root wholeheartedly for simian victory. Serkis remains a marvel as Caesar; shame the film stacks the deck by making its handful of humans cartoonishly evil, complexity be damned. —MD

Theaters: AL, BS, CAN, COL, FH, ORL, RR, SC, SP, SS, ST, TS, TX

Wonder Woman Three and a half stars

Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Connie Nielsen. Directed by Patty Jenkins. 133 minutes. Rated PG-13. Set during WWI, this solo adventure for the iconic DC superhero is a step forward for DC’s movie universe. Gadot plays Wonder Woman with an appealing sense of integrity and compassion. The movie never reinvents the superhero origin story, but it hits all the familiar beats with enthusiasm and style. —JB

Theaters: AL, COL, RR, SP, ST, VS

JMA Jeffrey M. Anderson; JB Josh Bell; MD Mike D’Angelo


(AL) Regal Aliante

7300 Aliante Parkway, North Las Vegas, 844-462-7342 ext. 4011

(BS) Regal Boulder Station

4111 Boulder Highway, 844-462-7342 ext. 269

(CAN) Galaxy Cannery

2121 E. Craig Road, North Las Vegas, 702-639-9779

(CH) Cinedome Henderson

851 S. Boulder Highway, Henderson, 702-566-1570

(COL) Regal Colonnade

8880 S. Eastern Ave., 844-462-7342 ext. 270

(DI) Las Vegas Drive-In

4150 W. Carey Ave., North Las Vegas, 702-646-3565

(DTS) Regal Downtown Summerlin

2070 Park Center Drive, 844-462-7342 ext. 4063

(ET) Eclipse Theaters

814 S. Third St., 702-816-4300

(FH) Regal Fiesta Henderson

777 W. Lake Mead Parkway, Henderson, 844-462-7342 ext. 1772

(GVR) Regal Green Valley Ranch

2300 Paseo Verde Parkway, Henderson, 844-462-7342 ext. 267

(GVL) Galaxy Green Valley Luxury+

4500 E. Sunset Road, Henderson, 702-442-0244

(ORL) Century Orleans

4500 W. Tropicana Ave., 702-889-1220

(PAL) Brenden Theatres at the Palms

4321 W. Flamingo Road, 702-507-4849

(RP) AMC Rainbow Promenade

2321 N. Rainbow Blvd., 888-262-4386

(RR) Regal Red Rock

11011 W. Charleston Blvd., 844-462-7342 ext. 1756

(ST) Century Sam’s Town

5111 Boulder Highway, 702-547-1732

(SF) Century Santa Fe Station

4949 N. Rancho Drive, 702-655-8178

(SHO) United Artists Showcase

3769 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 844-462-7342 ext. 522

(SP) Century South Point

9777 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-260-4061

(SC) Century Suncoast

9090 Alta Drive, 702-869-1880

(SS) Regal Sunset Station

1301-A W. Sunset Road, Henderson, 844-462-7342 ext. 268

(TX) Regal Texas Station

2101 Texas Star Lane, North Las Vegas, 844-462-7342 ext. 271

(TS) AMC Town Square

6587 Las Vegas Blvd. S., 702-362-7283

(TC) Regency Tropicana Cinemas

3330 E. Tropicana Ave., 702-438-3456

(VS) Regal Village Square

9400 W. Sahara Ave., 844-462-7342 ext. 272

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