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Europa Report

2013
Sci-fi
1h 30m
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Rated 15 Jul 2017
50
43rd
I am so in love with hard sci-fi, that I'll forgive anything: Found footage foolery, not too engaging characters... the fact that the story is lifted from '2010: Odyssey Two'. If you burned down my house, I'd be like 'Dude WTF?!', and you'd point to your t-shirt that said 'I am Hard Sci-Fi'. I'd go 'Eeey!' and you'd go 'Eeey!' *double guns* and things would be cool again.
Rated 12 Apr 2014
98
98th
As a biologist Europa has a very special meaning for me. The events depicted in this movie are things I "dream" to see before I die. This movie was written by somebody who feels the same way so it talked to me at a very emotional level. It is hard core sci_fi which uses reality show tricks and it worked pretty well. SPOILER: When they found microorganisms,I nearly cried,I was that engaged. I believe that there is life in Europa.That is the only think I "believe" actually. I hope I get to see it
Rated 08 Sep 2019
68
30th
A decent sci-fi thriller, low on originality, but relatively high on production value. This one came out at the height of the found footage fad, something I've never really appreciated very much, but I've seen it done worse.
Rated 03 Oct 2013
75
46th
Typically the found footage film is only and more about style rather than substance. It had been used mainly on horrors and recently it starting to grow on various genre."Europa Report" is an example of how it finally reach the oddity of sci-fi. thankfully,the result is somehow engaging and one of few that value realistic approach instead of using cheap effects. it is not a genre breakout,but it surely the one that has substance with sublime feeling about it.
Rated 18 Jul 2013
80
94th
I know this won't appeal to anyone but the hard scifi enthusiast, show it some love. Though I won't deny it would work better in a novel, everything about it reeks of scifi literature.
Rated 13 Jul 2013
83
72nd
What's this? A modern hard science fiction film that doesn't suck? Excellent! This was really well done. I liked the found footage style and realistic approach. The actors were all good, and the sound design was spot on. My nerdiness shone through as I saw the beautiful shots of Jupiter, the details of the surface features of Europa, and the artificial gravity on the ship. This movie wasn't very intense over all, but it still made for quite a memorable experience.
Rated 15 Jun 2021
55
29th
Might be thanks to Covid, but I do not need to watch 2010: The Year We Make Contact through a Zoom meeting.
Rated 19 Oct 2013
74
79th
Who out there could've used more footage of the guys burning some space calories on the stationary bikes? Huh? Huh? Nobody?
Rated 01 Aug 2013
30
11th
Spoilers! They go on Europa and find a luminescent octopus. The whole thing is in found footage-style, which I'm already sick of seeing. What really makes the film suck are the dull characters who have no personality. This film could be fun for those who don't understand a thing about science. Everyone else should be able to see it's full of idiotic plot holes. It frustrates me to see a film as boring as this based on such a cool idea. If you want good scifi, go watch Solaris or 2001.
Rated 09 Jan 2014
50
28th
A trip to outer space, has both been better looking, more engaging, more horrifying and more interesting than this. But I guess the opposite might as well be true. The found footage schtick seems to hinder this from being a better film.
Rated 14 Jul 2013
74
66th
We don't seem to get enough of these science fiction movies nowadays where the 'science' part is not just an afterthought. Recommended if you liked Apollo 18 and Sunshine, since this falls somewhere in-between.
Rated 12 Aug 2013
75
65th
A film that asks whether the human cost of knowledge is worth it and comes away with a tormented uncertainty. It also somewhat more subtly asks us for whose benefit are we paying this cost, and answers that with even less certainty. Admittedly I found the sections after the arrival on Europa weaker as it veered more into kind of predictable found footage horror, but they did a reasonable job of instilling a sense of cautious awe at the achievements being made. A cool movie.
Rated 08 Jul 2013
55
67th
Hard sci-fi, which is unusual and very brave. Sadly, the movie suffers from lack of ambition. I felt that so much more could have been done with the set and the vision. Not for the non-science minded, but for the rest of us this is 90 minutes of "imagine if".
Rated 17 Apr 2014
80
54th
It's like a hybrid of Sunshine and Prometheus, that doesn't really have the strengths of either. It's not terrible though, and budget Stellan Skarsgard is my favorite actor.
Rated 05 Sep 2013
85
68th
A fantastic hard science flick which despite the budget looks fantastic. Deals a lot more with the concept of space is terrifying up until the final ten minutes or so which was refreshing. Think Sunshine minus the monster movie half.
Rated 09 Jan 2014
40
31st
Interesting conceptually, but I hate found footage, and everyone in this movie is stupid. I'm going to turn off all my lights. Now I'm going to walk on this ice. No! I fell through the ice!
Rated 24 Jan 2015
45
34th
Not badly done but doesn't really go anywhere, and seems to accept as a (probably justifiable) truism that astronauts are the world's dullest people (which 2001: A SPACE ODYSSEY did, too, but in such a way as to make something of it, something that has something to do with Weber's account of rationality becoming rationalisation).
Rated 02 Jan 2016
29
4th
Incessant logo, gimmicky "scaryfast" editing, cheap narrative execution, total lack of suspense. It's the worst bits of found-footage horror delivered under the guise of hard sci-fi. Neil Degrasse-Tyson even appears to remind you that it's kind of scientific. Dan Fogler appears to remind you that its also kind of silly. For so long I thought it avoided showing the creature because there was nothing to show, when I finally saw it I wished they just hadn't shown anything.
Rated 25 Aug 2013
76
54th
Heavily inspired by The Abyss, it has a nice Hawks-ish professionalism and a captivatingly mature story. Solid acting and some really great exteriors. Kinda loses its luster in the interiors which are blocks of endless gray, and a too heavy hand in editing.
Rated 28 Jan 2015
93
76th
I think this was a fantastic movie. I felt engaged with all the characters, they all seemed like real people, which hit a chord with me. a lot of these science fiction space adventures, overacting tends to come into play due to the favored space madness trope. They didn't mess with that in this one, just anguish and despair at being alone in the universe far away from home hoping to just discover Something. I felt thrilled the entire movie to see what was next and honestly I didn't feel let down
Rated 06 Apr 2014
75
57th
I liked the serious, no bullshit, hard sf approach but the plot came across as somewhat lacking. Not only in terms of character development but also in terms of logic. The movie seems refreshingly restrained in some places and jarringly not in others. More of overall ambition and less of amateurish-looking, slow motion editing would be preferable.
Rated 04 Aug 2013
65
83rd
What's this? A sci-fi film without a vague ending.
Rated 28 Aug 2013
79
62nd
Not much to it, but they do a lot with a little, a decent film about the cost of exploration.
Rated 12 Mar 2016
32
25th
Found footage sci-fi that shuts all the airlock doors it opens.
Rated 28 Jul 2014
70
54th
Good but includes a fair slice of incompetence by the best astronauts Earth has to offer which let it down a bit. Worth a watch though
Rated 01 Dec 2013
66
51st
One of the few found footage films who's said footage makes sense. That being said everything seems detached and I felt no real connection to the characters. All in all , not bad.
Rated 29 Mar 2014
64
32nd
I hate to knock it, because Europa Report succeeds in being a smart, unique science fiction film that is pretty rare nowadays. However, the dullness of it screams novel rather than feature film. Appreciated, but probably suited for only the hardcore science fiction fans.
Rated 17 Sep 2013
65
21st
Space sci-fi on auto pilot. Leaves you expecting a lot more than it delivers.
Rated 11 Mar 2014
80
84th
A gorgeous piece of science fiction. Simple as that.
Rated 01 Aug 2013
40
31st
Mediocre scifi interspliced with a faux docu theme. An enjoyable timewaster, but I don't get the love and hype for this. As customary for the genre all characters either make really dumb decisions or sacrify themselves as is expected. Shouldn't have shown that shitty uninmaginative alien too btw. A for effort though.
Rated 26 Aug 2013
68
70th
Strong sci-fi film with a surprisingly believable premise and production design. The budget obviously wasn't huge and the actors aren't amazing but the director does a great job with the resources at hand. While I didn't care for the non-linear bits, or the found footage horror toward the end, the film is very immersive and has much better pacing than most hard sci-fi films.
Rated 24 Aug 2013
80
80th
Movie does a lot with its low budget, less than $10 mil, and has the most satisfying sci in sci-fi since 2001--to which it pays a short homage in its early soundtrack. They're calling it found footage, which some knee jerk as automatically unacceptable, but most of it's actually real time with some time-distance delay footage. Well paced. Those who disliked 2001 for being "slow" shouldn't feel the same about this.
Rated 06 Jul 2013
41
40th
Wasn't as high on it as most other people seem to be
Rated 01 Dec 2013
68
68th
Shot with utilitary cams and interviews, it presents a solid statement about the exploration of the unknown. Sending an astronaut to gather evidence -- to do what the sub couldn't -- is more relevant to mankind than saving your mate who's drifting in space. It's ok to die -- or to let people die, or even to sacrifice yourself in order to send footage back to earth -- if there's a history-changing discovery ahead. The Abyss for the found footage -- or this subgenre I call sent footage -- era.
Rated 13 Mar 2014
70
56th
This film hits all the right notes conceptually but it totally fails in its execution. When people watch a film about space they expect a certain amount of visual wonder. This goes exactly in the opposite direction by confining everything into a rather static enclosed environment. The whole found footage thing is played out now as well. Still, there are moments of excellent tension and its use of plausible real life science exploration subject matter is commendable.
Rated 12 Jan 2015
60
22nd
Promising premise, but, God, it is so boring.
Rated 08 Jan 2014
65
58th
Relies too heavily on Found Footage gimmicks and "spacecraft disaster" clichés, but also has a nice hard sci-fi feel and sober approach, that makes it quite enjoyable.
Rated 15 Jan 2014
60
66th
This bears a surprising amount of similarity to the horror genre, with its found footage concept and its characters bring killed off one by one, and this probably wouldn't have been very good if that's all it had to offer. Instead, it ends up being a reasonably great science fiction, an ode to human sacrifice in the course of understanding the universe, with a refreshingly plausible plot compared to some sci-fi offerings.
Rated 01 Jul 2013
84
73rd
a sci-fi much beyond my expectations; realistic, exciting, has great suspense and a lovely end
Rated 25 Nov 2013
66
73rd
You can definitely see the limitations in the budget, but I liked how immersive they managed to make the found footage angle. The film is tense, well paced and credible. I'm particularly taken with Anamaria Marinca's delicate performance as Rosa.
Rated 16 Dec 2013
3
38th
Weaknesses: overly expository, a bit thin on character, the editing of the story is kind of all over the place, and it should've ended like two minutes earlier than it did. Strengths: a good cast, a refreshing harder approach to space horror, an awesome sense of wonder on Europa itself, and I'm a sucker for anything so obviously influenced by Alien. It's not gonna blow your socks off or anything, but sci-fi fans should have a good enough time with it.
Rated 11 Mar 2014
70
58th
probably won't end up rewatching this one, but it was competently done and held its sense of wonder to the end.
Rated 12 Dec 2014
62
39th
Another movie falls victim to lure of using a found footage gimmick to keep things low budget. The writing was good, but it really just doesn't look good. Some of the space scenes looked decent, but you never really got a sense for Europa at all. I realize it's expensive to do those kinds of shots, but it's really disappointing to watch a movie that takes you to a new and fascinating place, and then never delivers on really showing off what the world is like.
Rated 11 Mar 2017
63
39th
Europa Report is a competent film, that even makes its found footage format work. The film often borrows horror genre tropes, like bumping off the astronauts one-by-one, and at time it feels like a brightened version of Alien. My main problem was with the cast. Again, they are competent, but they lack the presence (or the writing) to become interesting characters, and without characters to invest in (especially in this story) the film becomes a little tedious.
Rated 06 Nov 2017
49
31st
Almost boring.
Rated 16 Oct 2013
80
68th
It's always nice to see a "smart" scifi film, although it sort of suffered the same fate as Sunshine, but not nearly as drastic. I enjoyed how it was told, basically as a retelling of a mission 16 months or so after it happened through a collection of interviews and cameras on board the ship.
Rated 11 Aug 2013
18
23rd
Never really became emotionally involving, which made the ending fall flat. Still, it's respectable that the movie stuck to its premise of covering the perils of space travel for so long & emphasized its tedium and the end creature wasn't even all that ridiculous.
Rated 20 Sep 2013
86
58th
Decent, and enjoyable, but it falls ultimately on the generic space exploration thing, when it could have been much, much cleverer about it
Rated 05 Nov 2013
54
11th
Has elements that I liked, but I didn't feel like it added up to much.
Rated 16 Mar 2015
60
39th
Admirably straight-faced sci-fi with a capital S. Yeah, the found-footage setup is an obvious cheat to hide the fact that they don't have the budget to show some scenes they wanted to show, leaving us with characters staring in awe at something offscreen, but unlike most movies that try it, it's a cheat that works for the story.
Rated 16 Dec 2013
6
54th
Seems like a demo release of what could have been a much better film. I'm not really enthusiastic about it at all, but it has its moments. It's mostly scientific wish-fulfillment, in that, the scientists make a discovery far more extraordinary than they ever would have expected, and in true science-philosopher form, all sacrifice their lives for it. That octopus was such an asshole, though.
Rated 11 Nov 2013
42
35th
Just could not bring myself to care about any of the characters, everything became predictable as soon as things started going wrong, and the ending doesn't have anywhere near the impact that it should. Some nice effects and the Sagan monologues do not save this.
Rated 09 May 2020
73
82nd
This was an entertaining and well made found footage space film. There are lots of nods to both other sci-fi films as well as found footage films while still being its own thing. The acting is pretty good and it was nice to see the character act like professionals unlike so many other similar "disaster"type films. I thought there was also good use of the limited special effects.
Rated 19 Jan 2014
50
56th
Better than I expected, but cliche ridden and predictable all the same.
Rated 22 Apr 2014
60
33rd
Good idea, but misses the mark.
Rated 11 Jun 2014
3
32nd
I was under the impression this was a more serious space exploration film as opposed to the disaster porn of Gravity. No, this is just that same pacing on a much lower budget, with more of a focus on less interesting characters. The narrative choice of telling this tale retrospectively worked against my involvement, as well.
Rated 26 Oct 2021
55
32nd
So wait, a manned walk on Europa was discussed, but its feasibility was never determined, so they brought the gear anyway? Every KG is calculated to maximize efficiency. There's no way they're launching a "maybe" into space. Also, a glow-in-the-dark carnivorous space octopus? I can't imagine Europa has many surface dwellers, and the 'nauts wore space suits, so why/how did it know they were edible/prey? The cinematography was pretty cool, though.
Rated 23 Jan 2014
60
40th
As a sci-fi fan I liked it, could not love it because there was no character development but still it kept me intrigued and was wondering till the end, even though I think some things done by the characters did just not seem realistic and probably won't be allowed on a true mission of this magnitude. Still enjoyed it :)
Rated 24 Mar 2015
55
16th
Some good ideas, a mediocre mise en scène (ok, low-budget for a sci-fi movie, but it's hard to define "film" or "cinema" those mockumentaries), an alien-like space horror plot, with a bit more of hard sci-fi.
Rated 23 Feb 2014
65
22nd
The movie never fully roped me in even though I'm very interested and fond of space exploration. The premise of the movie is good. A private company funds an expedition to Jupiter's fourth moon to seek out the existence of life. The camera work is set up like a found-footage horror film like Paranormal Activity. I don't know why they did it though...
Rated 22 Jan 2015
45
7th
Really disliked this. It was just too "home-made" for sci-fi, and I was never able to believe it.
Rated 14 May 2016
20
4th
Documantary like footage film with some good performances, but an absolute lack of story or plot.
Rated 28 Mar 2019
20
4th
Space is supposed to be exciting and a spectacle, especially given the premise of exploring a new world. Instead we get shaky cams cramped into one room. Decent ending. Fav scene: crashing on takeoff from Europa.
Rated 24 Feb 2014
61
31st
I finally figured out what annoyed me about this movie and space movies like it: SMUG ASTRONAUTS. That "I'm better than you because I'm in space and you're not" smug smile.
Rated 26 Feb 2016
37
34th
Science Martyrs: The Documentary -- fan service for natural scientists, which is as condescending as all other fan services but notably duller than most. Framing device is terrible and speaks to the lack of respect for its audience's intelligence.
Rated 06 Feb 2016
5
40th
Very interesting format for a space flick (the whole " found footage thing). The visuals were great and I enjoyed most of the movie due to the way it was presented. However, the plot was really lame, and I actually laughed out loud at the ending. There was potential for this movie to be much better.
Rated 13 Oct 2013
90
95th
Wow. Mars one, are you paying attention? Put some fucking cams in whatever craft you're going to send. This is the future of TV shows.
Rated 22 Oct 2014
50
19th
I found it difficult to care about any of them...
Rated 10 Oct 2018
48
38th
Fine, but always very predictable. You can always say when something important is about to happen when a crew member, who is supposed to be trained in passing, does something silly (going alone outside, trying to do something under time pressure...). It's basically a movie about plot devices. Also not much is explained in the end (the interferences for example). Still, it manages to create tension.
Rated 11 Oct 2014
75
62nd
Had me glued until the end
Rated 29 Jan 2015
40
26th
Once you've got past the dodgy, on-a-budget 'Blair Witch in space' guff this is almost a passable effort: nothing spectacular but something you can sit and watch. The problem here is that - bar the Europa setting - there's not a single shred of originality anywhere to be seen. Virtually every scene and theme has been done a million times before, and often executed better too. If you're new to the world of cinema you'll get more out of it; if you're a sci-fi veteran you can give it a miss.
Rated 21 Nov 2013
81
66th
I'm fond of this modest film. It's reliance on found footage works in the midst of its cramped and limited environment. Further, the filmmakers avoid sentimentalizing the drama, even as they keep the film on a remarkable even keel. Because of the simple way in which it was shot, the film's tension arises out of the action (which is always best), making for a pretty compelling narrative, especially once they arrived at Europa.
Rated 09 Dec 2013
67
21st
Going for the realistic approach, it ends up a bit cold, but it's mildly effective at being thrilling, entertaining, and thought-provoking.
Rated 14 Oct 2015
40
34th
I thought this was alright. I'm a little tired of the found footage cinematography, but the banal, irksome dialogue that usually accompanies that style (see: Project Almanac) was thankfully absent here (probably because the characters were scientists talking about sciency things and didn't appear to have deep emotional issues). The movie does take a little while to get going, but when it does, the tension established was excellent. I could've done without the heavy-handed ending, though.
Rated 18 Jul 2014
21
3rd
Normally, I don't shy away from sci-fi. But, this film was just bad. The characters don't pull you in, the ending of the film is already known to you from the very beginning, the story is therefore horrible. Imagery is alright, but that's about all. 21/100.
Rated 01 Mar 2014
52
41st
This flick was clearly a visual masturbation. No-one really cared about any of characters. Nicely done although I do not fancy much of documentary kind of set-ups.
Rated 09 Mar 2015
55
49th
Not bad.
Rated 12 Apr 2014
70
25th
I've never quite seen an film like this, in the sense that about 80% of what they wrote, they couldn't afford to show you. You literally have to imagine nearly every scene in the film. Would "The Matrix" have been as good if the entire film was shot with a close-up on Keanu's face? Film is a visual medium, and you should only endeavor to film a story that you are able to visually display. Maybe one day it'll be remade and more fleshed out, but as it stands, I can't recommend.
Rated 02 Aug 2013
40
10th
Awful dialogue, poorly drawn characters, and an uninteresting and entirely predictable plot. This isn't the way to revitalize the scifi thriller genre. If I didn't have such a soft spot for the genre, I probably wouldn't have been able to sit through more than 15 minutes of this movie, let alone give it such an undeservedly high score.
Rated 03 Jan 2018
78
70th
This one is underrated. The delivery is a little slow, and may be hard to absorb for some, but the content is quite well thought out. The mission setup and design feels quite legit. Attention to detail is good and the pivotal moments are left to the imagination which is actually a great thing. It definitely gets exciting near the end. Biggest let down is probably the visuals of the Europa surface but acting is great from all cast members.
Rated 23 Dec 2013
62
16th
A manned exploration to Europa encounters trouble. I can't say much more without giving the end away, but there's not a whole lot to this. Credit, I guess, for not getting sensationalistic and for pulling off a decent third act, but the found-footage aspect backfires; the writing feels like writing, the characters are bland (except for the token "likable" guy who, of course, dies), and it all feels too calculated. It does look quite good, given the low budget, but it's just kind of there.
Rated 24 May 2014
70
72nd
The combination of a near-future 'hard' sci-fi film with flight recording found footage is interesting. It doesn't quite work, but I applaud them for trying something new. For this type of story to work as a dramatic narrative, we need to engage with the characters. And the detachment of viewing the story through monitoring cameras doesn't deliver. But as a smart technologically and scientifically-accurate piece of sci-fi (which I'm a sucker for), it's faultless.
Rated 17 Dec 2014
72
28th
It surprises by sticking to more realistic hardships while maintaining a sense of danger. It doesn't really do anything interesting with the found footage format, but it works well enough.
Rated 02 Feb 2014
65
41st
Well constructed tale of near-future space travel, plausible up until the obvious final act.
Rated 27 Oct 2013
80
86th
sleeperhit
Rated 14 Dec 2013
82
78th
Powerfully executed, but the dedication to its central conceit is, ironically, its undoing. By attempting to emulate a documentary feel, it loses something of a personal touch that prevents this film from reaching great heights. Nevertheless, a gripping and intriguing ride from start to finish.
Rated 09 Dec 2016
76
31st
For the ETs I expected something a bit more 2001-like. Something unknown, non comprehensible, enigmatic. Instead I got LED squid. And picture of it, too.
Rated 05 Mar 2017
90
85th
I loved it.
Rated 21 Aug 2014
90
81st
Tight and naturalistic, this little-discussed slow-burner is one of those offbeat selections that comes along every once in awhile to put the sci back into sci-fi. Its found footage framework aligns perfectly with the unremitting credibility and integrity to the scientific realism it diligently adheres to, and is ultimately a largely satisfying and impressively controlled space exploration thriller.
Rated 08 Oct 2015
66
34th
Nothing mind-blowing, but a decent entry in the sci-fi genre. Didn't really like the narrative structure and couldn't care too deeply about the characters or situations, but there are some good scenes and overall it kept me watching. If it managed to make me invest more in these characters it might have been a great film. As it is it's a very enjoyable watch for sci-fi fans like myself, but I wouldn't lose any sleep over it had I never seen it. In parts similar to Sunshine, but not as good.
Rated 14 Aug 2013
45
12th
Failed attempt to make a found footage 2001 (in fact the plot is very close to a sequence about a Chinese mission to Europa in novel of 2001's sequel 2010). Mistaking non-linear storytelling and faux-documentary for cleverness, this is the sort of thing the modern series of Doctor Who turns out on a very boring day indeed.
Rated 29 May 2014
45
21st
I don't mind slow-burning, but there has got to be a good payoff. All the work put into making this little film as scientifically convincing as possible is wasted on the thoroughly mechanical plot that is long on space jargon but short on both thrills and emotional or philosophical depth. Also you don't assemble a great and internationally diverse cast just to give them completely one-note and rather dumb characters to play.
Rated 01 Aug 2013
20
17th
Whitey on the moon of Jupiter. The movie's obnoxious presentation style and "scientists" wondering whether it's sunlight shining through 2 kilometers of ice make this essentially into Paranormal Activity in Space. B-b-but cosmic significance..!
Rated 17 Feb 2014
56
33rd
It's not bad, but it's painfully expository and its plot requires us to accept that these supposedly and necessarily highly-intelligent people always behave in the stupidest manner possible, which totally kills much of the tension.
Rated 27 Oct 2017
2
59th
Too low key and overall underdeveloped
Rated 20 Jun 2016
2
21st
I appreciate this film's somewhat reasonably hard sci-fi approach, but its chronological disorder is distracting, the "video feed" graphic overlays are tacky, and the effects are cheap and ugly. I have nothing against alternative filming methods like found footage, but this movie probably would have been better had it played straight and, in the end, left more to the imagination.
Rated 24 Nov 2013
62
39th
Interesting enough premise I suppose, but the whole thing kind of felt like it was just missing something. The found footage was a good idea, but I think it kind of failed because it still had too many movie elements to actually feel like found footage (e.g. slow motion, musical score, etc.).
Rated 24 Nov 2013
70
63rd
How could a bio-luminescent octopus unleashing havoc be this sub par.
Rated 16 May 2014
50
46th
Second rate acting, directing, and special effects undermine the potential of this noble attempt at hard science fiction. The found footage format stifles the visual wonder of space yet creates neither tension nor a sense of confinement.
Rated 21 Jul 2023
68
68th
Overall a decent storyline but this documentary style wasn't that appealing as its still a fiction story!

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