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"WEDDING CRASHERS"
(2005) (Owen Wilson, Vince Vaughn) (R)

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QUICK TAKE:
Comedy: Two habitual wedding crashers aren't ready for the unexpected when they get involved with two sisters at their latest soirée.
PLOT:
John Beckwith (OWEN WILSON) and Jeremy Grey (VINCE VAUGHN) have known each other for years, both as business partners -- working as divorce mediators -- as well as social friends where their favorite pastime is crashing weddings. They don't do so for the food or drink -- although they partake in both -- but instead attend the ceremonies -- with fake names and occupations -- to meet and bed as many ladies as possible.

After a busy, several-week season of that, John is ready to take a break, but Jeremy is all set for the "Kentucky Derby" of weddings in the Washington, DC area where Secretary of the Treasury William Cleary (CHRISTOPHER WALKEN) is set to give away his oldest daughter in marriage. Being seasoned pros, the two have no problem crashing and then fitting into the ceremony and reception where both set their sights on the Secretary's other daughters. For Jeremy that's Gloria (ISLA FISHER) who he easily deflowers on the beach, while John has set his sights on her older sister Claire (RACHEL MCADAMS).

When Jeremy realizes he has a clingy and then seemingly psychotic young woman on his hands, he wants to leave, but Gloria convinces her dad to invite him and John back to their shore compound. That suits John just fine as he's still after Claire despite discovering that she has a preppy and aggressive boyfriend in the form of Sack Lodge (BRADLEY COOPER).

Once at the getaway, the two men discover they're in over their heads, what with the family's grandma (ELLEN ALBERTINI DOW) cursing like a sailor; Sack's brutal touch football play; the Secretary's wife, Kathleen (JANE SEYMOUR), coming on to John; and her troubled gay artist son, Todd (KEIR O'DONNELL) coming on to Jeremy when Gloria isn't.

As Sack tries to figure out the truth concerning them, John and Jeremy experience developments, complications and feelings for others that they never could or would have imagined might occur.

WILL KIDS WANT TO SEE IT?
If they're fans of anyone in the cast or adult-oriented comedies, they just might.
WHY THE MPAA RATED IT: R
For sexual content/nudity and language.
CAST AS ROLE MODELS:
  • OWEN WILSON plays a divorce mediator who habitually crashes weddings so that he can meet and bed various women. He drinks, uses strong profanity, lies about who and what he is, and then finds himself falling for Claire.
  • VINCE VAUGHN plays his best friend who does all of the above (except for the Claire part) and then finds himself living a nightmare after having sex with Gloria who then turns into a raving nymphomaniac.
  • CHRISTOPHER WALKEN plays the Secretary of the Treasury who cautiously eyes Jeremy while accepting John, all while wanting the best for his daughters.
  • JANE SEYMOUR plays his wife who drinks a lot and sexually comes on to John, having him touch her recently enhanced breasts.
  • RACHEL MCADAMS plays their daughter who's been dating Sack for years, but finds herself falling for John. She uses a bit of profanity.
  • ISLA FISHER plays her younger sister who turns into a raving nymphomaniac after supposedly loosing her virginity to Jeremy (we later learn she wasn't a virgin then and that the crazed sexual bits are just some role playing on her part).
  • BRADLEY COOPER plays Claire's preppy and aggressive boyfriend who doesn't like John or Jeremy and then shows his true colors (lots of bad attitudes) toward Claire and others. He uses strong profanity.
  • KEIR O'DONNELL plays the Cleary's gay, troubled artist son who has other personality issues and comes on to Jeremy.
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    OUR WORD TO PARENTS:
    The following is a quick look at the content found in this comedy that's been rated R. Profanity consists of at least 26 "f" words, while other expletives and plenty of colorful phrases are uttered. Sexually related dialogue (some of it explicit) is present, while a montage shows quick scenes of the two shirtless men getting on top of topless women on various beds.

    Other sex is implied, and other sexual material is present including fooling around, a married woman having a man feel her bare breasts, a nymphomaniac doing various sexual things to a man in several scenes, and a man coming on to another man in bed. Brief nonsexual nudity is also present.

    Various characters have varying degrees of bad attitudes, including the main characters (who crash weddings with aliases and fake occupations to meet and bed women) and a supporting one (who's demeaning to his girlfriend and others, including the two guys). He tackles one hard several times in a game of touch football, and punches and knees the other in a separate scene (with some slight bloody results).

    Other hitting is present, while a person is accidentally shot in his rear. Some of that has mild bloody results, while some crude humor (involving vomiting) occurs and tense family material includes a miscellaneous couple getting divorced and what's presumably a wife grieving at a funeral.

    Various characters drink (sometimes quite a bit) in various scenes, while various bits of potentially imitative behavior are present. If you're still concerned about the film and its appropriateness for yourself or anyone else in your home who may be interested in seeing it, we suggest that you take a closer look at our detailed listings for more specific information regarding the film's content.


    ALCOHOL OR DRUG USE
  • We see wine bottles behind Jeremy in his office.
  • Talking hypothetically about a date, Jeremy wonders if they'd get hopped up enough to make some bad decisions.
  • We see miscellaneous drinking at a wedding reception.
  • As Jeremy manipulates some paper as a party trick at a wedding reception, a kid wonders if he's "rolling a fatty" (joint).
  • There's a toast and more drinking at a wedding reception, with John and Jeremy partaking. At one point, John appears to say that he wants to get drunk.
  • We see a montage of the guys and others drinking (mostly shots of liquor) at various wedding receptions. The two also spray champagne from bottles and we see various shots of people drinking from the bottles.
  • John and Jeremy drink champagne at the Lincoln Memorial.
  • Miscellaneous people have drinks at the wedding reception and we see champagne on the tables.
  • The best man gives his reception speech and comments on his ninth stint in rehab and that he's been sober for eight months.
  • Gloria and other women in her family have drinks while watching the guys play football.
  • Various Cleary family members drink and then have wine with dinner.
  • Kathleen asks for another scotch at dinner.
  • Some of the family members have wine on William's sailboat.
  • The family has wine with dinner.
  • Jeremy pours a lot of liquor for himself and the family preacher (up to the top of the glasses) and both drink as Jeremy talks.
  • Miscellaneous people have drinks at a wedding reception.
  • John has a beer, while in another location Jeremy has one. We later see a bottle of booze by John on a table.
  • John has wine as do others at a wedding reception.
  • At a reception, John kicks a drum set and then falls over it (he may be drunk but that's never clarified).
  • We see a bottle by John as he sits at the Lincoln Memorial (and a guard makes him leave).
  • We see many beer and other liquor bottles all around John's place while he's depressed.
  • BLOOD/GORE
  • To make him sick, John secretly places some eye drops into Sack's water, causing him gastrointestinal distress (which we hear) after he drinks that. We later see Sack in the bathroom at the toilet into which he vomits (we hear but don't see the actual act).
  • We see a close-up of Jeremy's bare butt as shotgun pellets are extracted from it (and there are small bloody impact holes in his skin -- all played for comedy).
  • John has a little bit of a bloody lip and a bloody nose after Sack punches him.
  • DISRESPECTFUL/BAD ATTITUDE
  • We see a miscellaneous married couple arguing during divorce proceedings, with the wife saying she hates the husband and accuses him of seeing his "whore." The husband then sarcastically replies that the other woman doesn't have any problem expressing her sexuality.
  • John and Jeremy crash many weddings, using fake names and occupations, all to party and then bed as many women as possible.
  • A kid at a wedding reception is mean to and demanding of Jeremy and his balloon tricks.
  • Kathleen tells John that she and William have been married for 30 some years and that he was faithful for two of them.
  • Kathleen tries to cheat on her husband with John (and even has him feel her bare breasts that she exposes for him).
  • Once he's had sex with Gloria and realizes she's fixated on him, Jeremy wants nothing else to do with her (and wants to leave, but only sticks around for John).
  • Despite learning that Claire has a boyfriend, John still pursues her.
  • Gloria throws a temper tantrum in front of her father to make him agree to invite Jeremy and John back to their family estate.
  • Some viewers might not like Jeremy referring to the apparently mentally unstable Gloria as a "nut job" and as Sybil (having multiple personalities).
  • Sack throws a football rather hard at Todd while tossing the pigskin, and then tackles Jeremy quite hard during a game of what's supposed to be touch football, and Jeremy says he can't breath from the impact (but that's all played for comedy). Moments later, he tackles Jeremy quite hard again.
  • Referring to Eleanor Roosevelt, Grandma Cleary states that she was a "big dyke," a "rug muncher" and a "big lesbian mule." She later refers to Todd (her grandson) as a "homo."
  • Sack becomes increasingly demeaning to Claire as the movie progresses, and when he's not with her, he comments on having sex with other women or about certain women's body parts. He also talks badly about her with a friend on the phone. He later shows disrespect to William late in the film.
  • Jeremy refers to his encounter with Todd in bed as the "midnight rape" and then says that he felt like Jodie Foster in "The Accused" (where she played a rape victim). This is said for laughs, but some viewers might not find it funny.
  • One of Sack's friends asks him if "tapped that" (referring to sex with a woman at his bachelor party) with Sack replying that he did once in the cab and then again back at his place.
  • Claire kisses John on the beach (thus cheating on Sack). It's not made clear whether they have sex or not as the scene ends there.
  • Sack officially announces that he and Claire are getting married (in front of the family and before asking her).
  • Sack asks his friends if they checked out the "rack" (breasts) on a woman at a reception.
  • John ignores Jeremy after he thinks his friend has wronged him. He later calls Jeremy "hillbilly" and "white trash" while mad at him.
  • In a montage of wedding receptions, we see John kissing the bride on the lips.
  • Some viewers might not like a comedy scene where John -- while depressed -- reads a book titled "Don't Jump."
  • Jeremy's mentor plays up fake grief at a funeral (that he attends to meet and score with women).
  • Despite being part of the wedding party, John keeps interrupting the wedding ceremony while talking to Claire who's also in the wedding party.
  • FRIGHTENING SCENES
  • It's possible that some of the scenes of people hitting others might be unsettling to those sensitive to such material, but most of that here is played for comedy.
  • GUNS/WEAPONS
  • Sack cocks a shotgun (to go hunting) and then he, William, John, Jeremy and others carry the same while quail hunting. Sack then purposefully fires near the guys as a joke, causing John to fall and accidentally fire his shotgun into Jeremy's clothed butt.
  • We hear the sound of a shotgun blast and then see Grandma Cleary come out of the house carrying a shotgun (that's then taken away from her).
  • IMITATIVE BEHAVIOR
  • Phrases: "Just eye-f*cked the sh*t out of me," "Are you out of your f*cking mind?" "F*ck it," "What the f*ck /is going on/do you want?" "F*cking sh*t," "You got a f*cking problem with that?" "This broad's f*cked three times toward the weekend," "Don't you f*cking get up," "Get your f*cking ass on that altar," "Who gives a sh*t?" "Oh sh*t," "You're completely full of sh*t," "They're all full of sh*t," "That's bullsh*t," "Psycho-babble bullsh*t," "Sh*t-fit," "Oh sh*t," "No sh*t," "You don't know sh*t," "Big p*ssy," "A bunch of p*ssies," "Stop being a p*ssy," "I've just had my t*ts done," "Why don't you try getting jacked off under the table?" "Let's close some ass" (have sex), "Sluts," "Kiss my left nut," "Whore," "You sandbagging son of a bitch," "Hell of a season," "Kook," "I don't want to half-ass it," "Slick" (nickname for a person), "Idiot," "Shut your mouth," "Suckling at the power teat," "A stage five clinger," "Broad" and "Chick" (woman), "Give me a break," "You better lock it up," "Nut job" and "Sybil" (for a crazy person), "Hell of a project," "(You're a) homo," "Kitty cat" (what a married woman wants John to call her), "Stop crying like a little girl," "Balls" (testicles), "Nuts" (crazy), "Freak out," "A friend in need is a pest," "Let's go kill some birds...I'm psyched," "Jacked up," "You selfish son of a bitch," "Cuckoo," "Not a shot in hell," "You're an idiot," "Judas," "You're an *sshole," "Pissing and moaning," "Hillbilly," "White trash," "What an idiot," "Loser," "What a freak," "Grief is nature's most powerful aphrodisiac," "Damn you," "I'm not a nut" and "Jackass."
  • Some teens might get the idea to try to crash weddings for the same purpose as the guys (partying, drinking and/or bedding women).
  • John puts drops into his eyes to make it look like he's crying at a wedding (to impress a woman).
  • We see a tattoo on a woman's lower back when her top rides up.
  • Jeremy talks with his mouth full of food.
  • Telling a story about someone else, William jokes that the other person thought Moby Dick was a venereal disease.
  • Gloria (a young adult) throws a temper tantrum in front of her father to make him agree to invite Jeremy and John back to their family estate.
  • Claire wears a midriff-revealing top in a few scenes.
  • About a hard tackle in touch football, Sack says, "That's what we call a sack lunch."
  • To make him sick, John secretly places some eye drops into Sack's water, causing him gastrointestinal distress (which we hear) after he drinks that.
  • Referring to Eleanor Roosevelt, Grandma Cleary states that she was a "big dyke," a "rug muncher" and a "big lesbian mule." She later refers to Todd (her grandson) as a "homo." Todd gets mad and leaves, sarcastically stating that he'll be in his room "painting homo things."
  • Jeremy slaps his own clothed butt when making a statement about watching his rear as he leaves.
  • John and Claire play a game of slap the other's hands (one has their hands under the other's and then tries to slap the top of their hands, etc.).
  • John appears to pull some sort of fabric material out from things on a table (the tablecloth is still there, but it's that same sort of yank out and leave things standing on the table trick).
  • Jeremy's mentor makes various enthusiastic sexual gestures in public with several women on his arms (non-explicit with his hands, but there is some moderate pelvic thrusting).
  • JUMP SCENES
  • None.
  • MUSIC (SCARY/TENSE)
  • None.
  • MUSIC (INAPPROPRIATE)
  • None.
  • PROFANITY
  • At least 26 "f" words (2 used sexually as are the terms "tap" and "close some ass"), 16 "s" words, 3 slang terms using female genitals ("p*ssy"), 1 using male genitals ("pr*ck"), 6 for breasts ("t*ts," "hooters," "cans" and "rack"), 13 asses (2 used with "hole"), 9 damns, 5 hells, 1 S.O.B., 4 uses of "Gloria-damn," 3 of "Oh my God," 2 each of "Jesus Christ" and "Oh Jesus" and 1 use each of "For Christ's sakes," "For God's sakes," "God," "Jesus," "Oh God," "Oh Jesus Christ" and "Oh Lord."
  • SEX/NUDITY
  • We see a miscellaneous married couple arguing during divorce proceedings, with the wife saying she hates the husband and accuses him of seeing his "whore." The husband then sarcastically replies that the other woman doesn't have any problem expressing her sexuality. John and Jeremy try to find some positive from the couple's past relationship, commenting on them rubbing up against each other and that they were two kids who "like to f*ck." They then talk about other people in the couple's present, commenting on some guy grinding up against the wife and asking the husband if he wants to "get inside Chastity" with no one to find out. They then tell the couple to "get out there and get some stranger ass."
  • Talking hypothetically about a date, Jeremy wonders if they'd get hopped up enough to make some bad decisions. He then makes some other comments that seemed to be sexual in nature.
  • The guys comment that women at weddings are naturally aroused by the proceedings and thus easier to pursue (for sexual matters).
  • Jeremy jokes with a new bride that after tonight (her wedding night) she won't get away with wearing a white dress.
  • We see a tattoo on a woman's lower back when her top rides up, with Jeremy saying that might as well be a bull's-eye on her (meaning sexually).
  • We see a musical montage of the guys bedding various women after various wedding receptions. All of the shots are very quick, with views of women falling back on beds (most of the women are topless, while one is in her bra) with the shirtless guys then getting on top of them (but there's no other nudity or other movement, although one women puts her leg up alongside one of the guy's bodies). We then see a woman in her bra and panties in bed with John after sex and she then gets up.
  • Talking about the Cleary clan, Jeremy states that something is like sex to them.
  • When Jeremy comes up with aliases for him and John, the latter says he'd rather be pimps from Oakland than what Jeremy has concocted.
  • Referring to a woman he's spotted at a wedding, Jeremy tell John that the woman "just eye-f*cked the sh*t out of me."
  • Some of the bridesmaids at a wedding show some cleavage in their dresses.
  • Describing the contents of wrapped wedding gifts, John guess that one is a book on Tantra (meaning sex).
  • Kathleen tells John that she and William have been married for 30 some years and that he was faithful for two of them.
  • Telling a story about someone else, William jokes that the other person thought Moby Dick was a venereal disease.
  • When Claire pulls out her reception speech to show John, she pulls it out of her dress strap, but he comments on her keeping it in her cleavage.
  • Kathleen shows some cleavage in her dress.
  • We see Jeremy and Gloria on the beach after having had sex (no residual nudity). She ecstatically says that it was amazing and that she always knew her first time would be on a beach. Jeremy is shocked and asks if she was a virgin and she replies that she was and that she loves him.
  • Gloria shows some cleavage.
  • The term "seal the deal" is used to refer to sex.
  • Talking about a girl he bedded in the past, Jeremy says that she was his first Asian.
  • Kathleen comes on to John after he's played in a game of touch football, saying that it's hot out here and that they should play in their underwear.
  • Tending to Jeremy's hurt knee after a brutal game of touch football, Gloria suggestively asks him if she should blow on it. She then playfully straddles him while he's seated and reaches down toward his crotch saying that she isn't wearing any underwear (in her short skirt and tied up shirt) and asking, "Where's my little friend" (his penis) with him replying, "He's on a time-out" and then commenting on Sack "dry humping" him up and down the football field during the game. She then complains that she's just another notch in his belt.
  • While seated at the dining room table and with her family all around them, Gloria puts her hand down to Jeremy's crotch (under the table and out of sight from anyone) and begins aggressively rubbing him there (seen several times). The scene is played for comedy regarding Jeremy's reaction and how he tries to act like nothing's happening but eventually climaxes. Moments later, he says he can't get up because of the food, but he really can't because he's just done that.
  • Referring to Eleanor Roosevelt, Grandma Cleary states that she was a "big dyke," a "rug muncher" and a "big lesbian mule." She later refers to Todd (her grandson) as a "homo." Todd gets mad and leaves, sarcastically stating that he'll be in his room "painting homo things."
  • Kathleen enters John's room and drops her top (we see her bare back as well as a shot where John in the foreground blocks a view of her chest). She tells him that she just had her "t*ts done" and wants him to feel them. He reluctantly does so (we see a full side view of him holding her bare breasts) and then likes how they feel. She wants him to call her "kitty cat" and seems aroused, but then suddenly calls him a pervert and leaves.
  • When John tells Jeremy about that encounter, the terms "hooters" and "cans" are used for breasts, and Jeremy then says (in terms of weird/embarrassing things) that John should try "getting jacked off" under the table. He then asks John if Kathleen's breasts were built for speed or comfort and then asks John if he did the motorboat thing with them (and then acts out having his head between breasts and then shakes it back and forth while making a motorboat sound).
  • We see a bare breast being lowered down to Jeremy's face as he sleeps. He then wakes up and realizes it's Gloria who's tied his hands and feet to the bedposts and his now on top of him nude (we don't see anything else explicit). She says she's going to make all of his fantasies come true, but he panics and explains that this isn't one of them. She then gags him with his sock.
  • We see a hand caressing Jeremy's face in bed and it turns out to be Todd who's coming on to him (with Jeremy still tied to the bedposts from before). Todd then shows that he painted a work for Jeremy (and it's a full body shot of Todd nude with just a fig leaf over his crotch). Todd then climbs on top of Jeremy in bed under the covers and says something like "Let's play tummy sticks" (presumably an erection reference) which horrifies Jeremy (played for comedy). Jeremy eventually convinces Todd to leave (saying he needs his sleep), with Todd then kissing his own finger and then taking that over to Jeremy's lips.
  • The comments "Can't close" and then "Let's close some ass" are made about sex.
  • One of Sack's friends asks him if "tapped that" (referring to sex with a woman at his bachelor party) with Sack replying that he did once in the cab and then again back at his place.
  • We see a close-up of Jeremy's bare butt as shotgun pellets are extracted from it (and there are small bloody impact holes in his skin -- all played for comedy).
  • Claire kisses John on the beach (thus cheating on Sack). It's not made clear whether they have sex or not as the scene ends there.
  • Gloria comes on to Jeremy again, but then announces that she wasn't a virgin when they first had sex (adding, "Far from it"). She then says that's what she thought guys liked to hear (about losing their virginity to them). Later, he tells the family preacher that he thought she was a virgin.
  • Jeremy kisses the family's male preacher on the lips upon leaving as thanks for listening to him talk about the developments he's faced (played for laughs).
  • Sack tells Claire that John and Jeremy crash weddings so that they can sleep with girls.
  • Jeremy appears to be having phone sex as we hear him saying something to a caller about "put that little ball in your mouth..."
  • Sack asks his friends if they checked out the "rack" (breasts) on a woman at a reception.
  • John walks in on Jeremy making out with Gloria while standing (her legs are around his waist, she shows cleavage and we then seem him in his boxers after he lets her down -- so we don't know if they were having sex in that position or were getting ready to).
  • In a montage of wedding receptions, we see John kissing the bride on the lips.
  • When Jeremy tells Gloria that he's ready to take their relationship to the next level (meaning marriage), she enthusiastically asks if he wants to see her with a girl (meaning a lesbian encounter) and then mentions some Brazilian girls they earlier viewed.
  • Jeremy's mentor passionately kisses a woman before she leaves his mom's place. He then tells John that the "chicks are so horny" and then says "crazy horny" when referring to women at funerals. He then adds that grief is nature's most powerful aphrodisiac.
  • Jeremy's mentor makes various enthusiastic sexual gestures in public with several women on his arms (non-explicit with his hands, but there is some moderate pelvic thrusting).
  • SMOKING
  • William tells John, "Let's go light up some stogies" (cigars).
  • TENSE FAMILY SCENES
  • We see a miscellaneous married couple arguing during divorce proceedings, with the wife saying she hates the husband and accuses him of seeing his "whore." The husband then sarcastically replies that the other woman doesn't have any problem expressing her sexuality.
  • Jeremy tells his assistant about John's parents dying before his birthday sometime in the past, but we don't know if that's true.
  • Kathleen tells John that she and William have been married for 30 some years and that he was faithful for two of them.
  • John sees a woman (presumably the wife of the deceased) crying at a funeral.
  • TOPICS TO TALK ABOUT
  • The guys comment that women at weddings are naturally aroused by the proceedings and thus easier to pursue (for sexual matters).
  • Casual sex.
  • The best man gives his reception speech and comments on his ninth stint in rehab and that he's been sober for eight months.
  • Some viewers might not like Jeremy referring to the apparently mentally unstable Gloria as a "nut job" and as Sybil (having multiple personalities).
  • There are comments about Todd's sexual orientation having been a potential liability in the past for William's political aspirations.
  • Jeremy refers to his encounter with Todd in bed as the "midnight rape" and then says that he felt like Jodie Foster in "The Accused" (where she played a rape victim). This is said for laughs, but some viewers might not find it funny.
  • Some viewers might not like a comedy scene where John -- while depressed -- reads a book titled "Don't Jump."
  • John's comment that we're all going to lose the people we love (at one point or another).
  • VIOLENCE
  • Sack throws a football rather hard at Todd while tossing the pigskin, and then tackles Jeremy quite hard during a game of what's supposed to be touch football, and Jeremy says he can't breathe from the impact (but that's all played for comedy). Moments later, he tackles Jeremy quite hard again.
  • Tending to Jeremy's hurt knee after a brutal game of touch football, Gloria gets mad when he doesn't respond to her sexual come-ons, first whacking his knee and then spraying what's presumably rubbing alcohol or something like that that stings.
  • Sack cocks a shotgun (to go hunting) and then he, William, John, Jeremy and others carry the same while quail hunting. Sack then purposefully fires near the guys as a joke, causing John to fall and accidentally fire his shotgun into Jeremy's clothed butt.
  • After learning the truth about him and Jeremy, Sack punches John hard in the gut, sending him to the ground in pain.
  • We see John flying through the air and landing hard on the road after being thrown there (the throwing is not seen). Sack comes out and knees John in the crotch or gut and some of Sack's friends then hold John as Sack punches him in the face and then does so again.
  • At a reception, John kicks a drum set and then falls over it (he may be drunk but that's never clarified).
  • Jeremy punches Sack to the floor when the latter comes at John.



  • Reviewed July 11, 2005 / Posted July 15, 2005

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