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Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 30, 2020

‘Force of Nature' Review: Mel Gibson Thriller Is One Toxic Shock
Forget the art-theft plot and Hurricane Maria backdrop — this downpour of offensive stereotypes is a total washout

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 26, 2020

‘All I Can Say' Review: The Life and Death of a Rock Star, in His Own Words
A documentary on Shannon Hoon — made up of camcorder footage shot by the Blind Melon frontman himself — beautifully humanizes a rock-casualty story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 24, 2020

Miss Eurovision This Year? Will Ferrell Comes to the Rescue
With the actual competition canceled, 'Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga' on Netflix is the next best thing

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 23, 2020

‘The Ghost of Peter Sellers' Review: Portrait of a Movie Star Gone Mad
Filmmaker Peter Medak revisits an old movie project in which the 'Dr. Strangelove' star drove him crazy—and nearly ruined his career

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 23, 2020

‘Irresistible' Review: Jon Stewart Delivers a Political Satire That Stings
Steve Carell and Rose Byrne are partisan spin doctors who try to shape a small-town election —a nd deliver a scathing state-of-the-nation comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 19, 2020

‘Mr. Jones': Stalin Thriller Is Saddled With Too Many Important Stories to Tell
A disordered script makes this indictment of Stalin's evil from director Agnieszka Holland less-than-successful

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘Babyteeth' Review: Love, Death and Something to Chew On
Australian drama about a terminally ill woman, a drug-dealer boyfriend and her disapproving parents is the left-field hit you need right now

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘You Should Have Left' Review: The Fall of the House of Bacon
Writer-director David Koepp's tale of a family stuck in a haunted Air Bnb is a spooky showcase for its star's unflappable professionalism...and little else

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 18, 2020

‘7500' Review: Flight-Hijacking Thriller Quickly Loses Altitude
Joseph Gordon-Levitt must battle terrorists while singlehandedly landing a passenger jet in this claustrophobic cockpit potboiler

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 17, 2020

‘Miss Juneteenth' Review: A Beauty Pageant, in the Eye of the Beholder
Writer-director Channing Godfrey Peoples' debut about a former 'Miss Juneteenth' winner is a mother-daughter drama perfectly suited to our current moment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2020

‘Exit Plan' Review: You'll Want to Leave This D.O.A. Thriller ASAP
Not even 'Game of Thrones' star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau will keep you from bolting

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 12, 2020

‘Aviva' Review: Sexual Healing, One Dance at a Time
The director of 'Fresh' and 'Remember the Titans' turns a self-exploration into a smorgasbord of musical numbers, gender-blurring and copious copulation

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 11, 2020

‘Artemis Fowl' Review: When YA-Classic Adaptations Go Wrong
This bland Disney version of the popular pint-sized-evil-genius books loses the feel of the perversely pleasurable kids-lit series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 10, 2020

‘Da 5 Bloods' Review: Spike Lee's Vietnam Epic Brings the Heat
Part war film and part heist thriller, the director's story of black veterans returning to old battlegrounds feels made for our current moment

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2020

‘Tommaso' Review: A Filmmaker's Exorcism, Italian Style
Writer-director Abel Ferrara and Willem Dafoe turn a semi-autobiographical character study of an ex-pat in Rome into a troubled fever dream

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 08, 2020

‘King of Staten Island' Review: The World According to Pete Davidson
The 'SNL' star and director Judd Apatow mine details from Davidson's real-life for this funny, moving tale of grieving and growing up

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2020

‘The Last Days of American Crime' Review: No. Nope. Nuh-Uh. Wrong
Bad Filmmaking. Worse Timing. Unclean! Unclean!!!

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2020

Stunt Casting Kevin James as a Neo-Nazi Falls Flat in ‘Becky' Movie
Though their movie is all bluster, it fails to blow down the cliches on which it's built

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 05, 2020

‘You Don't Nomi' Review: How to Rehabilitate a Cult Classic
A documentary on Paul Verheoven's notorious stripper-with-a-heart-of-gold tale makes a case for it being a hidden masterpiece...kind of

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jun 03, 2020

‘Shirley' Review: Who's Afraid of Shirley Jackson?
Elisabeth Moss gives a bravura performance as the horror author behind "The Lottery" in a compellingly cracked biopic

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 28, 2020

‘The High Note' Review: Music-Industry Diva Dramedy Is a Little Off-Key
Tracee Ellis Ross and Dakota Johnson play a singer and her personal assistant in this missed-opportunity showbiz story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 28, 2020

‘The Vast of Night' Review: Meet Your New Lo-Fi Sci-Fi Classic
First-time director Andrew Patterson delivers a stunning debut about two '50s teenagers who may (or may not) have stumbled across an alien invasion

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 27, 2020

‘On the Record' Review: Doc Gives Russell Simmons' Accusers the Spotlight
HBO Max documentary on sexual-assault allegations leveled at the hip-hop mogul significantly changes the conversation on harassment in the music industry

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 22, 2020

‘The Painter and the Thief' Review: The Art of Healing (and Vice Versa)
Documentary on an artist who turns the man who's stolen her work into a muse is a tribute to an unlikely, undeniably powerful frendship

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 21, 2020

‘Military Wives' Review: Singing for Queen, Country and Their Spouses
Kristin Scott Thomas and Sharon Horgan turn a military choir into pop-music vocalists in this crowd-pleasing comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 21, 2020

‘Inheritance' Review: Where There's a Will, There's a Way
One adjective you don't hear much anymore is "preposterous," defined as "contrary to nature, reason or […]

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 20, 2020

‘The Trip to Greece' Review: Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon's Last Supper
Final entry of the British duo's 'Trip' series is, per usual, hilarious — and a little heavier than usual

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 20, 2020

‘The Lovebirds' Review: Breaking Up Is Hard to Do
Kumail Nanjiani and Issa Rae star as a couple whose break-up is interrupted by murderers, sex cults and wacky hijinks

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 15, 2020

‘Scoob!' Review: Ruh-Roh, It's an Animated A-List, Franchise-Friendly Reboot!
Scooby, Shaggy, and the rest of the Mystery Inc. gang get their canine shenanigans and corporate synergy on

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 15, 2020

‘Proximity' Review: This Sci-Fi Grab Bag Is Nowhere Near Good Enough
There are a lot of Spielberg and 'X-Files' spare parts in this alien-abduction thriller. A lot

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2020

‘Blood and Money' Review: Man vs. Nature, Himself, Clichés, a Horrible Script
Tom Berenger must fight the elements, bad guys after stolen loot and some genuinely god-awful storytelling in this poor, anemic thriller

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 14, 2020

‘Driveways' Review: Won't You Be My Neighbor?
The modest story of a mother, her son and an elderly neighbor feels like a salve right now—and gives Brian Dennehy a deserving swan song

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 11, 2020

‘Capone' Review: Tom Hardy Gets His Scarface On
The British actor goes for broke as the notorious gangster — even if the movie simply feels broken

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 08, 2020

‘Spaceship Earth' Review: Under the Domes, Out of Their Minds
Documentary on rise and fall of the Biosphere 2 project is a fascinating look at one of the eco-science community's most noble failures

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 08, 2020

‘Saint Frances': Real People, With Real Problems in This Near-Perfect Queer Parenting Comedy
An indie family comedy shot through with laughs and surprising, sometimes shocking gravity

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 07, 2020

‘Hope Gap' Review: Marriage as Combat, Life as Surrender
Annette Bening rages as a scorned wife in this melodramatic, yet at times tender, portrait of the dissolution of a 29-year union

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 06, 2020

‘How to Build a Girl' Review: Combine Rock-Critic Snark With Coming-of-Age Tale
Adaptation of Caitlin Moran's bestselling novel benefits from a bravura performance by Beanie Feldstein

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 05, 2020

‘Arkansas' Evokes a Gloriously Southern-Fried State of Mind
Get ready to get drunk on Clark Duke's black comedy

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 04, 2020

‘Blue Story' Uses Hip-Hop Beats to Bring Mythic Weight to British Youth-Gang Drama
If you want a blast of pure nitro in your pandemic viewing, start streaming this standout first feature from rapper-director Andrew Onwubolu, a.k.a. Rapman

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
May 01, 2020

‘Bull' Review: A Broken Rider, a Lost Teen and an Unlikely Friendship
A dual character study of a rodeo legend on his last legs and an at-risk 14-year-old girl showcases one of the great screen performances of the year

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 29, 2020

‘The Half of It' Review: Closeted Student Plays Cyrano in Delightful YA Romcom
Netflix romcom starts off as story of brainy student helping a jock woo their mutual object of affection— and then makes a wonderfully unexpected left turn

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 29, 2020

‘Deerskin' Review: Murder and Toxic Masculinity, No Jacket Required
A man in the middle of a midlife crisis falls in love with a fringe jacket — and turns an allegiance to his new outerwear into an extreme obsession

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 23, 2020

The Perfect-Life Facade Crumbles Fantastically in ‘Bad Education'
Hugh Jackman and Allison Janney shine in their roles as New York school administrators who stole millions from their Long Island school district

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 23, 2020

‘True History of the Kelly Gang' Review: Return of the Aussie Rock-Star Outlaw
A revisionist, punk-rock look at the 19th-century Australian outlaw blows the dust off a calcified mythology

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 22, 2020

‘Extraction': Another Bullet Ballet That Needs Serious Target Practice
Chris Hemsworth stars in this R-rated flick that wants to numb you into submission

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 17, 2020

‘Selah and the Spades' Review: Prep School Confidential, Cheerleader Gangster Edition
Writer-director Tayarisha Poe's debut gives us a world of criminal teens warring over turf in a tony high school—and introduces a fresh new filmmaking voice

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 16, 2020

‘Endings, Beginnings': All the Love, Sex, Secrets, and Shailene You Desire
Shailene Woodley proves to be the perfect partner for Drake Doremus in trying to trace one woman's journey to self-realization

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 15, 2020

‘Sergio' Review: Portrait of a U.N. Peacemaker as Real-Life Superhero
Wagner Moura's portrayal of the late 'Sergio' Vieira de Mello is the main reason to see this biopic of a diplomatic legend

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2020

‘Tigertail' Review: An American Immigrant's Tale, Bittersweet and Beautiful
'Master of None' co-creator Alan Yang's directorial debut turns the story of a Taiwanese man's life in the U.S. into a moving, poignant portrait of the first-generation American experience

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2020

It's a ‘Trolls World Tour,' After All
Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake return for more song-filled fluffball fun in 'Trolls' sequel

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 10, 2020

Here We Go Again: ‘Love Wedding Repeat' Is a Shameless Rom-Com Ripoff
If only Netflix's eccentric romantic comedy went off without a hitch

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 09, 2020

‘School Life' Review: Welcome to a Parisian ‘Dangerous Minds'
Netflix import gives the inspiring teacher/at-risk youth drama a gutsy, gritty French redo

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 08, 2020

‘Sea Fever' Review: From Monster Movie to Eerily Timely Pandemic Horror
Irish horror movie starts as a decent, sopping-wet 'Alien' spawn—then, thanks to a sudden pivot and a matter of timing, strikes a nerve

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Apr 03, 2020

‘Coffee and Kareem': A Crime Against Comedy
Ed Helms only has himself to blame for this disastrously bad flop

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 26, 2020

‘Resistance' Review: Jesse Eisenberg Has the Mime of His Life
Biopic about the late, great Marcel Marceau flashes back to the artist's early days as French Resistance fighter during WW II

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 25, 2020

‘Crip Camp' Review: Netflix Doc Revisits Ground Zero for Disability Rights Movement
A look back at how a New York summer camp helped form a generation of political firebrands is the definition of inspiring

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 20, 2020

‘Blow the Man Down': A Maine Noir with Money, Murder and Matriarchy
Amazon thriller about two young women, a crime and a small New England community

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 18, 2020

‘Swallow': The Horror Movie for Our Helpless Moment
Modest thriller about a woman suffering from a psychological disorder may have found its audience on V.O.D.—and taps into a fear of control loss that goes beyond its subject

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 13, 2020

‘Big Time Adolescence' Review: Pete Davidson, Professional Stoner Mentor
The 'SNL' veteran isn't the only reason to check out Hulu's manchild comedy/coming-of-age movie — just the main one

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 11, 2020

‘The Hunt' Review: Red vs. Blue, Predators vs. Prey in Twitter's America
The politically charged thriller that Trump didn't want you to see finally hits theaters — and proves to be a better-then-decent B-movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 10, 2020

‘The Roads Not Taken' Review: Javier Bardem Shuffles Down Memory Lane
Spanish Oscar-winner is a writer suffering from dementia and trapped in his head in Sally Potter's well-intentioned drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 09, 2020

‘Never Rarely Sometimes Always' Review: Teen Pregnancy Drama's a Quiet Stunner
Character study of two young women traveling to New York to procure an abortion will leave you devastated

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 07, 2020

‘Bacurau' Review: An Exploitation-Movie Gem, Made for the Politically Exploited
A serrated-edged satire from Brazil chronicles strange occurrences in a small rural town — and what happens when the oppressed fight back

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 06, 2020

‘Spenser Confidential' Review: Mark Wahlberg's Wicked Smart Excellent Adventure
The legendary pulp-lit detective gets an update (and a new backstory), while Mark Wahlberg charms and coldcocks his way into a franchise

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 06, 2020

‘The Burnt Orange Heresy' Review: Art-Critic Caper Can't Cut the Mustard
Not even Mick Jagger can lift up this slowburn thriller about a rich collector, a reclusive painter and a rare work of art

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 05, 2020

‘First Cow' Review: Frontier Capitalism, Friendship, and the Great American Filmmaker
Kelly Reichardt returns to the past for a quietly profound tale of two enterprising men, a cow, a crime, and a nation on the verge of change

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2020

‘The Way Back' Review: Ben Affleck's Comeback Story, in More Ways Than One
An ex-basketball star gets a second chance at life as a coach — and a star gets a chance to remind you why you loved him in the first place

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 04, 2020

‘Sorry We Missed You' Review: Requiem for the Gig Economy
Veteran British filmmaker Ken Loach looks at the disintegration of a family — and how the demands of late capitalism is destroying the working class

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Mar 03, 2020

‘Onward' Review: Pixar's Elf-Family Fantasy Is Light on Company's Magic
It's no 'Toy Story' — but the animation juggernaut's latest, about two elf brothers on a quest, is still worth your while

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 28, 2020

‘The Whistlers' Review: When Pulp Fiction Met Romanian New Wave Perfection
All you need to make a movie is a girl and a gun—and a filmmaker who understands how to use those elements as a philosophical depth charge

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 27, 2020

‘Burden' Review: Real-Life Story of Love and Racism Is Well-Intentioned, Wobbly
Sundance award-winner follows a former Klan member's transformation from hatemonger to hero

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 26, 2020

‘Wendy' Review: Peter Pan's Story, From a Female Perspective
'Beasts of the Southern Wild' writer-director Ben Zeitlin tackles J.M Barrie's tale of pirates and lost boys from a completely different angle

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2020

‘The Invisible Man': Monster-Movie Reboot As #MeToo Revenge Story
Elisabeth Moss helps turn this update of the H.G. Wells classic into a cutting, contemporary work of socially conscious horror

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 25, 2020

‘Greed' Review: Lifestyles of the Rich and Toxic
Michael Winterbottom's comedy about a billionaire's birthday party takes on the one-percent—and reminds you satire works better with a scalpel than a sledgehammer

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 21, 2020

‘Once Were Brothers' Review: Robbie Robertson Looks Back in Anger, Joy, Sentimentality
Everything you ever wanted to know about the heyday of the Band but were afraid to ask, courtesy of the legendary rock group's founder

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 20, 2020

‘Call of the Wild' Review: Harrison Ford's Digital-Dog Day Afternoon
New version of Jack London's classic man-meets-dog adventure digitizes its canine hero—and loses something vital in the process

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2020

‘The Last Thing He Wanted' Review: How Not to Film a Literary Thriller
This incoherent adaptation of Joan Didion's novel about a journalist is the last thing any of us wanted

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 19, 2020

‘Emma' Review: An Austen Adaptation Tailored for Our Moment
Latest take on the writer's 1816 tale of a wily matchmaker knocks the stuffing out of typical costume-drama versions

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 18, 2020

‘Corpus Christi' Review: There's a New Hot Priest in Town
Poland's nominee for the Best International Film Oscar follows a ex-convict who cons his way into a small-town church—and challenges you to think about redemption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 14, 2020

‘Fantasy Island' Review: A Nightmare of a Reboot
Thrills and chills are nowhere to be found in this horror-movie take on the cheesy, Seventies-era TV series

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 13, 2020

‘The Photograph' Review: Sparks Fly Until the Plot Puts Them Out
LaKeith Stanfield and Issa Rae sizzle in an otherwise overly complicated romantic drama

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 12, 2020

‘Downhill' Review: Remake Buries the Original's Edgy Appeal
A Hollywood take on the Alps-set 2014 Swedish film 'Force Majeure' lacks its humor and depth

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 07, 2020

‘Horse Girl' Review: Alison Brie, From Daffy to Dangerously Unstable
'GLOW' star sells the story of a young woman with a penchant for horses, sci-fi TV — and a questionable grip on reality

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 06, 2020

‘Birds of Prey' Review: Harley Quinn Returns, Badder Than Ever
Margot Robbie's candy-colored clown princess of crime gets the spotlight, a new crew — and her own mediocre superhero movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 05, 2020

‘The Lodge' Review: Fairy-Tale Horror Film Quickly Falls Apart
Austrian filmmakers behind the supremely creepy 'Goodnight Mommy' deliver a shaky story of two kids, an "evil" stepmother and a cabin in the woods

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Feb 04, 2020

‘Beanpole' Review: War and Peace, From a Female Perspective
Russian WWII movie follows two women with a shared past on the battlefield — and a tragedy hanging over both of them

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 31, 2020

‘The Rhythm Section' Review: Assassin Flick Can't Find the Beat
Blake Lively does her best as a woman hellbent on avenging her parents' death, but clichés are the real killer in this formulaic action movie

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 29, 2020

‘The Assistant' Review: A Quietly Devastating Portrait of the MeToo Era
The specter of Harvey Weinstein looms over this slow-burn story of one young woman's day working for a predatory mogul

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 25, 2020

Sundance 2020: ‘The Go-Go's' Gives '80s New Wave Band a Proper Music Doc (Finally)
Premiere of the seminal all-female group's long-deserved portrait gets the band back together, charting their rise-and-fall-and-return while making the case for their revolutionary status

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 24, 2020

‘The Turning' Review: Screw This
This update of the classic supernatural tale 'The Turn of the Screw' is one D.O.A. ghost story

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Last Full Measure' Review: A Hero's Long Road to Glory
The amazing true story of a soldier's valor in Vietnam takes a back seat to a decades-long tale of bureaucratic incompetence and corruption

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Gentlemen' Review: Lock, Stock and Way Too Stale For Its Own Good
Guy Ritchie returns to the sort of clever, tough-guy crime caper he made his name with — and you kind of wish he hadn't

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 22, 2020

‘The Gentlemen' Review: Lock, Stock, and Way Too Stale for Its Own Good
Guy Ritchie returns to the sort of clever, tough-guy crime caper he made his name with — and you kind of wish he hadn't

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 17, 2020

‘Troop Zero' Review: It's the Snobs Versus the Slobs, Girl Scout-Style
A group of misfit youngsters form their own Birdies troop and take on their hoity-toity rivals in a movie you've seen a million times before

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 16, 2020

‘Dolittle' Review: Talk About a Cinematic Heap of Yak Dung
Come back, 'Cats,' we forgive you

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

‘Citizen K' Review: From Russian Oligarch to Savior, With Love
Alex Gibney's profile of a Russian oligarch who went from public enemy to political exile offers a great capsule history of the post-Soviet wild, wild East

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 15, 2020

‘Bad Boys For Life': Third Time's a Charm For Smith and Lawrence
The bang-bang buddy-cop franchise returns for a belated third entry, and its stars prove that they still have that '90s action-movie chemistry

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 09, 2020

‘Like a Boss': Whoever Made This Inane Comedy Should Be Fired
A lot of comic screen talent is wasted in this limp, forgetful, faux-femcentric farce

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 08, 2020

‘Underwater' Review: Poor Kristen Stewart, Stuck in a Soggy ‘Alien' Rip-Off
Not even the talented star can keep this derivative horrorshow from sinking

Rolling Stone Movie Reviews
Jan 03, 2020

‘The Grudge' Review: J-Horror Lite, Rebooted From Genre to Generic
An attempt to revive the venerable imported franchise simply brings the same ol' scares back for another round

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