The Best Movies of 2021 (2023)

Twenty years ago this month, Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring released in theaters. I was a freshman at Wheaton College and went to see it with a group of dorm friends. It was a magical, memorable movie-going experience; awesomely cinematic and transportive. In retrospect, I wonder if that trilogy was the last great “big” cinematic event. With the exception of Christopher Nolan’s films and Terrence Malick’s The Tree of Life, few movie-going experiences have matched the awe I experienced watching Lord of the Rings. Will we ever have movies like that again?

Movie-watching is changing. The screens are smaller, the experience less communal. For all but the biggest-tentpole superhero movies, most people seem to prefer watching movies from the convenience of home. How will the evolving economics of Hollywood change the nature of the films produced? Time will tell. In the meantime, interesting and soul-enriching films are still being made.

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On that note, the following is my list of the best films of 2021. These are the movies that, in my estimation, were the most excellent, memorable, thoughtful, theologically interesting, and redemptive releases of the year. As always, viewers should use discretion in terms of content. Though I chose only movies that are in some way edifying—depicting goodness, truth, or beauty in ways Christian viewers can celebrate—several films on my list are rated R or TV-MA and should be viewed with caution and discernment.

(Video) Top 10 Movies of 2021

Here are my 10 favorites, 10 honorable mentions, and 10 excellent documentaries released in 2021.

Top Ten

1. Belfast

Few films gave me more joy this year than Kenneth Branagh’s semi-autobiographical film about a working class family in 1960s Belfast. Though The Troubles of Protestant-Catholic conflict are in the background in important ways—the foreground here is family: three generations of a Northern Irish Protestant family who have called Belfast home for ages. I love so much about this movie: its depictions of traditional married love; the awe and innocence of 9-year-old Buddy; the beautiful embrace of membership in community and place; the celebration of cinema and beauty (dancing!) even amid the reality of death. But perhaps most of all, I love how Belfast captures the sehnsucht longing that another Northern Irish Protestant—C. S. Lewis—once described. As permanent as it feels in our hearts, “home” in this life is always a phantom, and family a photo-book of ever-fading memories. Yet even as they slip away, these things point our souls in the direction of the permanent place and everlasting community for which we were made. Now in theaters or available to stream at home. Rated PG-13.

2. Dune

I went into Dune with zero context, having never read Frank Herbert’s novel or seen the 1984 movie version. I worried I’d be lost in such a complex sci-fi universe—and I was, a little. But it’s a testament to director Denis Villeneuve’s command of the cinematic language that tracking with the intricacies of plot didn’t matter as much as the big-canvas power of awesome visuals, sound design, and deep immersion into a well-established world. Villeneuve doesn’t spoon-feed audiences with tiresome exposition—he simply says, “Put on your seatbelt and come along for a ride.” What a ride it is (read TGC’s review). More than any movie this year, Dune gave me hope that big screen, big movies, with big ideas, have a future. In theaters now. Rated PG-13.

3. Nine Days

When it released in July, I called Edson Oda’s Nine Days 2021’s most spiritually curious film.” I’d still stand by that. A Spike Jonze-esque surrealist drama about “soul candidates” vying for a chance at life, the indie film explores the most fundamental questions of existence. Why do we exist when we didn’t have to? If an omnipotent God has the power to create life, why doesn’t he intervene when life goes so excruciatingly awry? Even if not all of the film’s ideas are logical or sound, enough of them are provocative and profound to warrant the applause of thoughtful Christian viewers. This is the rare film that takes pain seriously but sincerely leads audiences to appreciate the preciousness, and sacred mystery, of life. Available to rent. Rated R.

4. The Card Counter

If you’ve seen Paul Schrader’s First Reformed (which topped my list in 2018), you know the Calvin College-educated director has a complicated Christian faith. Though less overt in its religious concerns, Schrader’s The Card Counter—starring Oscar Isaac as the titular character—is no less steeped in theology and Christian ideas like atonement, forgiveness, love, and reconciliation. What is Schrader trying to say about these biblical themes? It’s a fascinating film to watch and discuss (read my TGC review) because the answer to that question is far from obvious. Available to rent. Rated R.

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5. A Quiet Place Part II

Sometimes you understand what you love about a movie by thinking about it in contrast to another. This was my exercise in June, when I saw A Quiet Place 2 and Cruella back-to-back. The piece I wrote about the two films—how one examines the making of heroism, while the other ponders the origins of vice—was probably the most enjoyable film analysis I wrote in 2021. It made me appreciate how John Krasinski’s film—in addition to being just a really taut, well-made thriller—effortlessly depicted the goodness and legacy of heroic, sacrificial fathers and mothers. Hollywood doesn’t love celebrating the virtues of traditional, one-dad-and-one-mom families. But audiences do, because it’s beautiful to see. Watch on Paramount+. Rated PG-13.

6. Pig

Rare is the film that subverts expectations and surprises you. But when movies like this come along, out of the blue, it’s a thrill. Pig was the surprise, subversive, grace-soaked film of 2021. Nicolas Cage turns in one of his career-best performances as Robin, a Portland chef whose career lost its course after his wife’s death. When his beloved truffle-hunting pig is stolen, Robin is sent to the brink. A film about how we respond to tragedy and injustice, Pig is both timely and timeless. As Mitch Wiley wrote in his TGC review, it’s “one of the most subtly theological films of the year.” Watch on Hulu. Rated R.

7. C’mon C’mon

Parenting is scary. That’s the short summary of Mike Mills’s resonant film, starring Joaquin Phoenix as an uncle who must watch over his nephew (Woody Norman) for an extended period of time. I don’t think I’ve seen a film that captures so well the unique terror, confusion, exhaustion, and joy of 21st-century parenting. But even while C’mon C’mon is honest about the challenges of raising kids in a world fraught with peril, it makes a beautiful case as to why it’s worth it. At a time of plummeting fertility rates, films like this both reflect the reasons for a decline in child-rearing—and challenge us to reverse course, embracing children as a miraculous gift. Now in theaters or available to stream at home. Rated R.

8. The Killing of Two Lovers

As its title suggests, this is a pretty intense film. Decidedly arthouse and unusual in every way, Robert Machoian’s indie film is nevertheless a powerful apologetic for marital fidelity and a father’s leadership in the home. Even if it’s weird, stick with it for its brief duration (85 minutes). Clayne Crawford plays David, a man fighting to hold his family together after his marriage starts to fall apart. Though the film starts bleak, it progressively gets more hopeful (in fits and starts)—displaying both the dangers of trifling with a sacred covenant, and the valor of fighting to restore it. Watch on Hulu. Rated R.

9. CODA

On one hand, Sian Heder’s CODA (Child of Deaf Adults) is a standard coming of age story. High school senior Ruby (Emilia Jones) faces the tension of staying to help her family’s fishing business, or going off to college to make her own way. The twist here is that Ruby’s parents and older brother are deaf—and Ruby has always been the family’s translator to the wider world. If Ruby, who is a talented singer, leaves for college, how will they fare without her? The film is a tender celebration of the resilience of a family unit and the beauty of mutually sacrificial, self-giving love. Watch on AppleTV+. Rated PG-13.

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10. The Courier

Benedict Cumberbatch had a good year. He earned accolades for The Power of the Dog (a film I didn’t love) and played a big role in the year’s biggest blockbuster, Spider-Man: No Way Home. But for my money, his performance in The Courier was the best. Dominic Cooke’s historical spy film tells the riveting true story of a businessman (Cumberbatch) recruited by British intelligence agencies to deliver messages from a Soviet secret agent. Among its many virtues, the film contains an all-too-rare depiction of sincere and lasting male friendship, and celebrates a bygone era when it wasn’t abnormal to sacrifice one’s personal interests for the sake of a larger community or cause. Watch on Amazon Prime Video. Rated PG-13.

Ten Honorable Mentions

Drive My Car, Encanto, The Green Knight, Mass (TGC review), Licorice Pizza, The Most Reluctant Convert (TGC review), Our Friend (TGC review), Spiderman: Far From Home, Swan Song, West Side Story.

Ten Excellent Documentaries

Here are 10 of my favorite documentaries or docuseries released in 2021 (listed in alphabetical order), along with where you can watch them.

The Alpinist

“One of the coolest feelings a human can experience is to feel so small in a world that’s so big.” This sentiment is expressed by solo climber ​​Marc-André Leclerc, the eccentric subject of this fascinating documentary (which also features commentary by Alex Honnold of Free Solo fame). It’s a powerful look at the intoxicating transcendence of pushing the limits of our “so small” capacity in a “so big” world. Watch on Netflix. Rated PG-13.

Final Account

Luke Holland’s Final Account is an important documentary about the final surviving participants in the Nazi regime. The film is based on over 300 interviews—compiled over 10 years—with German and Austrian men and women who had varying degrees of involvement in the machinery of Hitler’s Third Reich. As I wrote in my TGC review, the film displays the beauty of repentance, as well as the ugliness of refusal to take ownership for sin. Watch on Netflix. Rated PG-13.

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A Glitch in the Matrix

Are we living in a simulation? That’s the central question explored in Rodney Ascher’s mind-bending musing on games, reality, and virtual reality. At times philosophical, theological, and often just plain nerdy, the documentary is a thought-provoking addition to the growing discourse around the metaverse and the nature of reality in the digital age. Watch on Hulu. Not rated.

In and Of Itself

This documentary is essentially a filmed version of illusionist Derek Delgaudio’s stage show—which is a fascinating blend of magic, memoir, and a sort of spoken word poetry for the Age of Authenticity. However you describe it, the film is captivating from start to finish, as much for its “how’d he do that?” trickery as for its “who am I?” existentialism. Watch on Hulu. Rated TV-MA.

MLK/FBI

I’m a sucker for history documentaries, and this is a good one. Based in part on newly declassified or recently discovered documents, Sam Pollard’s film looks at J. Edgar Hoover’s surveillance campaign to discredit Martin Luther King Jr. as he rose in prominence during the Civil Rights Movement in the 1960s. It’s a sobering and instructive film on a number of levels. Watch on Hulu. Rated TV-PG.

Procession

Painful to watch, but essential viewing, Robert Greene’s film follows six men as they together process the trauma of being abused by Catholic priests as boys. Utlizing drama therapy, the men reconstruct harrowing memories from their #churchtoo experiences that are interspersed through the film. The stories of church abuse survivors must continue to be told in films like this. And Christians must have ears to hear. Watch on Netflix. Rated R.

The Rescue

“Generosity is the beginning of everything.” That’s a line spoken by the widow of a hero who died in the 2018 cave rescue of a Thai soccer team. It’s a sentiment that captures the overall feel of this stirring, feel-good film—an account not only of a massive and impressive logistical operation, but a testimony to the beauty of volunteerism, cooperation, and heroic sacrifice. Watch on Disney+. Rated TV-14.

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Send Proof

My expectations are admittedly low for faith-based films/documentaries. Too often they are unsubtle and agenda-driven, rather than truly curious about exploration. Send Proof was a surprise (read my TGC review). The film—directed and narrated by Elijah Stephens—is a balanced look at various perspectives on Christianity’s supernatural claims, particularly the present-day occurrence of miracles. Available to purchase and stream.

Summer of Soul

The directorial debut of musician Ahmir “Questlove” Thompson, Summer of Soul is a concert film of the 1969 Harlem Cultural Festival—assembled from “found footage” that spent the last 50 years in a basement. Beautiful on its own terms as a record of a moment in cultural time, the film also raises questions about how our understanding of history is shaped by what gets recorded, what gets lost, and by whom. Watch on Hulu. Rated PG-13.

The Truffle Hunters

If you watch one film about truffle-hunting animals this year, let it be Pig (see #6 on my list above). But if you watch two (and I hope you do), make time for The Truffle Hunters. Captivating, joyful, and beautifully shot, this documentary follows a handful of aging Italian men who forage for white Alba truffles in Piedmont forests, with their beloved dogs. Available to rent. Rated PG-13.

FAQs

What are the top 10 movies of 2021 so far? ›

Best Movies 2021
  • #1. Spider-Man: No Way Home. 93% #1. ...
  • #2. In the Heights. 94% #2. ...
  • #3. Summer of Soul (...Or, When the Revolution Could Not Be Televised) 99% #3. ...
  • #4. Pig. 97% #4. ...
  • #5. The Power of the Dog. 94% #5. ...
  • #6. CODA. 94% #6. ...
  • #7. Raya and the Last Dragon. 94% #7. ...
  • #8. West Side Story. 91% #8.

What is the #1 movie of 2021? ›

Spider-Man: No Way Home

What is the most viewed movie of 2021? ›

In-year release
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home. Sony. $804,793,477.
  • Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. Disney. $224,543,292.
  • Venom: Let There Be Carnage. Sony. $213,550,366.
  • Black Widow. Disney. $183,651,655.
  • F9. Universal. $173,005,945.
  • Eternals. Disney. $164,870,234.
  • Sing 2. Universal. $162,790,990.
  • No Time To Die. MGM. $160,891,007.

What is the highest rated 2021 IMDB movie? ›

#1: Spider-Man: No Way Home

The spell goes wrong and shatters the multiverse, bringing in monstrous villains that could destroy the world. This movie was released on December 17, 2021, with the highest IMDB rating of 8.7 with 148 minutes of run-time by Director Jon Watts.

What is the best movie in 2022 so far? ›

The Best Movies Of 2022
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  • 2 of 20. Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio. ...
  • 3 of 20. Decision To Leave. ...
  • 4 of 20. The Woman King. ...
  • 5 of 20. RRR. ...
  • 6 of 20. The Batman. ...
  • 7 of 20. Red Rocket. ...
  • 8 of 20. The Souvenir Part II.

What is the #1 movie right now 2022? ›

Top Gun: Maverick

What is the most popular movie today? ›

30 Most Popular Movies Right Now: What to Watch In Theaters and Streaming
  • #1. M3GAN (2022) 94% #1. ...
  • #2. Puss in Boots: The Last Wish (2022) 95% #2. ...
  • #3. The Menu (2022) 88% ...
  • #4. Missing (2023) 84% ...
  • #5. Avatar: The Way of Water (2022) 77% ...
  • #6. A Man Called Otto (2022) 69% ...
  • #7. Babylon (2022) 55% ...
  • #8. The Banshees of Inisherin (2022) 97%

What are the top 3 grossing movies of 2021? ›

2021 Worldwide Box Office
RankRelease GroupWorldwide
1Spider-Man: No Way Home$1,912,233,593
2The Battle at Lake Changjin$902,548,476
3Hi, Mom$822,009,764
4No Time to Die$774,153,007
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What is the most viewed movie on Netflix 2021? ›

"Red Notice" is Netflix's biggest original movie ever, with 364 million hours watched in its first month. "Glass Onion" is the most recent addition to the list, bumping "The Gray Man" to No.
...
  1. "Red Notice" (2021) — 364.02 million hours.
  2. "Don't Look Up" (2021) — 359.79 million. ...
  3. "Bird Box" (2018) — 282.02 million hours. ...
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What is the most watched on Netflix 2021? ›

Squid Game

Which movie has 9.5 rating? ›

💯 #Kantara is already winning hearts with 9.5 IMDB rating and has become India's highest-rated. The Oscar nominations have been announced! Congratulations to all the nominees of the 95th #AcademyAwards.

Who is the most famous movie star in 2021? ›

Highest Grossing Stars of 2021 at the Worldwide Box Office
RankNameMovies
1Samuel L. Jackson5
2Tom Holland3
3Dwayne Johnson3
4Will Smith4
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Which movie has 10 out of 10 IMDb rating? ›

IMDb Rating: 9.0 - 9.9
DAVEIMDbTITLE
109.6Band of Brothers (2001)
109.3The Shawshank Redemption (1994)
109.2The Godfather (1972)
109.1The Godfather: Part II (1974)
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What is the number one movie on Netflix 2022? ›

The Tinder Swindler

Which movie is trending now in 2022? ›

Most Anticipated Indian Movies of 2022
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  • Beast (II) (2022) ...
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  • Radhe Shyam (2022) ...
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What are the 5 perfect movies? ›

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  • Amelie.
  • Control (Ian Curtis biopic)
  • Free Solo.
  • The wind that shakes the barley.
  • Dead mans shoes.
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What movie has a 100% rating? ›

Critics Consensus: A technical masterpiece, Battleship Potemkin is Soviet cinema at its finest, and its montage editing techniques remain influential to this day.

What are the top 10 most popular movies? ›

Top 10 highest grossing films of all time
  • Avatar (2009), $2.9 billion.
  • Avengers: Endgame (2019), $2.7 billion.
  • Titanic (1997), $2.19 billion.
  • Star Wars: Episode VII - The Force Awakens (2015), $2.06 billion.
  • Avengers: Infinity War (2018), $2.04 billion.
  • Spider-Man: No Way Home (2021), $1.9 billion.
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What is Netflix's number one movie? ›

Dog Gone

What is number 1 on Netflix now? ›

Netflix Top 10 in the United States
RankYDTitle
1(1)The Lincoln Lawyer
2(4)Wrong Side of the Tracks
3(5)Jackass 4.5
4(2)Ozark
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What is the best film currently on Netflix? ›

The 30 Best Movies on Netflix Right Now
  • Rocky. watch on Netflix.
  • The Aviator. Watch on netflix.
  • Brokeback Mountain. watch on netflix.
  • Emily the Criminal. watch on netflix.
  • If Beale Street Could Talk. Watch on Netflix.
  • The Power of the Dog. Watch on Netflix.
  • Road to Perdition. watch on netflix.
  • The Swimmers. watch on netflix.
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What are the top 3 most watched movies? ›

Most Watched Movies Of All Time
  • Titanic (1997) ...
  • E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial (1982) ...
  • The Wizard of Oz (1939) ...
  • Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) ...
  • The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) ...
  • Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (1937) ...
  • Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) ...
  • The Lion King (1994)

What movie stayed at number 1 the longest? ›

Reaching its eighth non-consecutive week at Number 1, Top Gun: Maverick becomes the longest-reigning film of all time on the Official Film Chart.

What is the longest movie ever? ›

Guinness World Records says the longest film ever made is "The Cure for Insomnia" released in 1987. The 85-hour experimental film was directed by John Henry Timmis IV. It was played in its entirety Jan. 31 to Feb.

What are the top 3 movies playing on Netflix right now? ›

  • Dog Gone (2023)
  • All Quiet on the Western Front (2022)
  • The Bad Guys (2022)
  • The Pez Outlaw (2022)
  • Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery (2019)
  • Trolls (2016)
  • Sing 2 (2021)
  • Narvik (2023)
3 days ago

Which is the most searched movie in Google 2021? ›

'Brahmastra', 'KGF 2' top two most searched movies on Google in India.

What are 5 most watched Netflix? ›

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  • Bridgerton Season 1. LIAM DANIEL/NETFLIX. ...
  • Stranger Things Season 3. Netflix. ...
  • Lucifer Season 5. JOHN P. ...
  • The Witcher Season 1.
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Has any movie gotten 0% Rotten Tomatoes? ›

On the film review aggregation website Rotten Tomatoes, films that every surveyed critic considered bad have a 0% rating. As of 2022, 43 films with more than 20 reviews have received this rating.

Do PG 13 movies get 1 F word? ›

One of the group's rules, for instance, says the F-bomb can be used as an expletive just once in a film rated PG-13, which means suitable for people 13 and older.

What is a 5 star rated movie? ›

Star classification is a type of rating scale utilizing a star glyph or similar typographical symbol. It is used by reviewers for ranking things such as films, TV shows, restaurants, and hotels. For example, a system of one to five stars is commonly used in hotel ratings, with five stars being the highest rating.

Who is the world richest actor? ›

Who is the Richest Actor in the World?
...
1. Jerry Seinfeld
  • Net Worth- $950 million.
  • Date of Birth- 29th April 1954.
  • Age- 67 Years.
  • Awards- Shorty Award for Best Web Series, Honorary Clio Award, Golden Globe Award for Best Actor, and many more.
  • Best Movies- It Could Happen to You, The Hangover, Dumb and Dumber, and many more.
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Who is No 1 actor in the world? ›

Topping the list of best actors in the world is The Rock himself. He is an American actor who has been acting since 1992. He started out as a professional wrestler, but later ventured into movies and has not looked back ever since. He has a net worth of $800 million.

Who is the highest paid actor today? ›

Best-paid actors worldwide 2021, by income. As of August 2021, Daniel Craig was the best-paid actor worldwide with an estimated income of 100 million U.S. dollars after, earlier that year, Netflix bought the rights for two sequels of "Knives Out" (2019).

What is considered best movie of all time? ›

1. Citizen Kane (1941)

What is the most watched movie of all time according to IMDb? ›

'Pulp Fiction' (1994) 2.03M.

Which movie has a 9.9 rating in IMDb? ›

1. Grace (II) (2022)

What is considered the best movie of all time? ›

1. Citizen Kane (1941)

Which are the top 10 movies in the world? ›

IMDb Top 250 Movies
  1. The Shawshank Redemption (1994) 9.2.
  2. The Godfather (1972) 9.2.
  3. The Dark Knight (2008) 9.0.
  4. The Godfather: Part II (1974) 9.0.
  5. 12 Angry Men (1957) 9.0.
  6. Schindler's List (1993) 8.9.
  7. The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003) 8.9.
  8. Pulp Fiction (1994) 8.8.

What 5 movies came out 2021? ›

Box office
RankTitleDistributor
1Spider-Man: No Way HomeSony
2Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten RingsDisney
3Venom: Let There Be CarnageSony
4Black WidowDisney
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What's the latest movie in 2021? ›

The Most Anticipated Movies Coming in 2021
  • Raya and the Last Dragon. Photo : Disney. ...
  • Coming 2 America. Photo : Courtesy of Amazon Studios. ...
  • Godzilla vs. Kong. ...
  • Mortal Kombat. Photo : Warner Bros. ...
  • The Water Man. Photo : KAREN. ...
  • Above Suspicion. (May 7) ...
  • Spiral. Photo : Courtesy of Lionsgate. ...
  • Woman in the Window.

What is the #1 movie in US history? ›

All Time Domestic Box Office
RankYearMovie
12015Star Wars Ep. VII: The Force Awakens
22019Avengers: Endgame
32021Spider-Man: No Way Home
42009Avatar
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What is the most liked movie on Netflix? ›

The most popular Netflix movies of all time, including 'Glass Onion' and 'Red Notice'
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