Let's Talk Movies! #24: Don, Phillips, Thor, An Oldboy, A Jackass And Even Two Chicks

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Which Of These New Movies Interest You? (Trailers Below For Viewing)

  1. Don Jon

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    15.4%
  2. Gravity

    25 vote(s)
    38.5%
  3. Captain Phillips

    12 vote(s)
    18.5%
  4. The Fifth Estate

    17 vote(s)
    26.2%
  5. Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa

    5 vote(s)
    7.7%
  6. Ender's Game

    12 vote(s)
    18.5%
  7. Last Vegas

    4 vote(s)
    6.2%
  8. Thor: The Dark World

    21 vote(s)
    32.3%
  9. The Book Thief

    22 vote(s)
    33.8%
  10. The Hunger Games: Catching Fire

    35 vote(s)
    53.8%
  11. Grace Of Monaco

    10 vote(s)
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  12. Oldboy

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  1. olympic

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    I watched 'Enough Said' last night. Great cast (Julia Louis Dreyfus, James Gandolfini, Toni Collette, Catherine Keener) w/ great writing for the most part.

    Highly recommended!
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  2. PeterG

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    ‘Hercules’ Hunk-Off: Kellan Lutz vs. Dwayne Johnson as Dueling Demigods

    Charlie Hunnam Replaced in Fifty Shades of Grey Film, Drops Out Due to Schedule

    The Top Ten Highest Paid Actresses of 2013

    (Anybody think Stewart might slip a spot of two in 2014? :p)

    I watched Palm Beach Story recently and Rudy Vallee had a small part. I noticed this in his imdb.com profile, which I thought was very cool and wanted to share:

    And from inspiring to demoralizing, this little snippet in Entertainment Weekly (the "Bullseye" colum) of a picture of Cher with Fergie: “You’re like the daughter I never had…well, used to have.”

    P.S. I don't believe there has ever been one mention of "Sharknado" in any of our movie threads. Are there NO cinema lovers here anymore??? :drama:
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  3. michiruwater

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    What did Angie get paid for?... Is it that she's currently filming Maleficent? Because she hasn't been in anything since 2011.
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  4. Aussie Willy

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    Saw Rush yesterday. I would never have thought this was a Ron Howard movie. It was really good and very well directed. I keep being impressed by Chris Hemsworth and he is just gorgeous anyway. Daniel Bruhl was fantastic (give him an Oscar). I actually liked how you got some idea of what drives these guys who do motor racing and they didn't leave you wondering what happened to them with the update at the end. Also one of those movies that make you go home and do some research about the people it is about which is what I like to get out of a true story movie.
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  5. DAngel

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    Is it for the Kungfu Panda series? Can't be for The Tourist? :lol:
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  6. Nell411

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    I kind of wondered if that was going to be the situation with that movie. Something in the trailer just seemed off.
  7. michiruwater

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    The last Kung Fu Panda was released in 2011!
  8. Artemis@BC

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    So Natalie Portman makes the top 10 just for the Thor movie? Don't get me wrong, I love Portman, but I had to look her up to see what she'd done recently.
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    I assume they go by each actresses highest paid film for the year. So it would only take one film.
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  10. DAngel

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    yeah... I don't know :lol: I have a hard time believing Disney would pay Jolie $33 million dollars...
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    Watched Gravity in 3D IMAX last night. The intensity was insane. The movie is only 90 minutes long, but damn do they ever pack in the suspense. I found myself numerous times wanting them to get on with scene, not because it wasn't good, but because it was so intense that I couldn't bare any more intensity. Ha! I'm still feeling affected over 24 hours later. I've been encouraging other friends and family members to go watch the film... and if at all possible, watch it in 3D IMAX (or 3D at the very least).
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  12. Artemis@BC

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    I was assuming totals for the year, but I guess single film makes more sense. But regardless, my point was that I thought it was interesting someone like Portman, who hasn't done much lately, would still factor into the top 10 -- esp. compared to actors who have been much busier and far more in the spotlight lately. Like Jessica Chastain, or Carey Mulligan, or Cate Blanchett.
  13. michiruwater

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    Oscar winners are really expensive, and the Marvel movies are ridiculously huge. I'm not surprise Portman made the list with one film.

    (Yes, I realize Blanchett won an Oscar as well, but it was several years before Portman and the one big film she's in ["The Hobbit"] is a fairly minor role.)

    Portman did more last year than Angie did, in terms of movies actually being released :lol: And I don't see why Disney wouldn't pay her a large amount of money, the hype on Maleficent is pretty huge. Is this just for actual film work, or any money made at all? Because then it makes more sense to me.
  14. BigB08822

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    Blanchett probably gets money on the back end of the Hobbit as well, so they may not know how much she rakes in until the movie is released and they count up all the box office which will not be until 2014. This is how Robert Downey Jr. made quadrillions on Iron Man.
  15. PeterG

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    Wow, not only does Gravity hold onto the #1 spot at the box office this weekend, but it bests the #2 debut of Captain Phillips with 43 million (compared to the 25 million taken in by the Tom Hanks movie). Not necessarily bad news for Captain Phillips, as its' budget is only 55 million...exactly half of Gravity. The #1 movie again this week only dips 23 percent, so there's more positive word of mouth out there than just here on FSU! :lol: And Gravity took in a WHOPPING $11,800 per theatre average. Only one movie comes close to that...Captain Phillips with $8,516 - no other movie in the top 50 this week took in more than $4,000 per theatre (on average). Machete Kills debuted at #4 with under 4 million in revenue on a budget of 20 million. Hmm...hope it does a lot better in international box office. Or somebody might take the knife to this series... (Sorry!!!) :D

    New movies out this week (ones listed earlier in bold):

    October 18th - Carrie - Horror with Chloë Grace Moretz, Julianne Moore and Judy Greer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LxwPUSWRaJo
    6 million views

    October 18th - 12 Years a Slave - Historical drama with Chiwetel Ejiofor, Michael Fassbender, Benedict Cumberbatch, Paul Dano, Paul Giamatti, Brad Pitt, Alfre Woodard, Quvenzhané Wallis and Sarah Paulson
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iiw1cYXQw4g
    4 million views

    October 11th - The Fifth Estate - Drama with Benedict Cumberbatch, Daniel Bruhl, Laura Linney, Anthony Mackie and David Thewlis
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YQOiS_l_0Jk
    2.4 million views

    October 18th - Escape Plan - Action with Sylvester Stallone, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jim Caviezel, Vincent D'Onofrio, 50 Cent and Amy Ryan
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f8jMf8KF8wg
    1.3 million views

    October 18th - I'm In Love With a Church Girl - Drama with Ja Rule, Vincent Pastore, Toby Mac, T-Bone, Michael Madsen and Stephen Baldwin
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QEmqu0zNkT8
    270,000 views


    October 18 - All is Lost – Action drama with Robert Redford
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJBmBMsjv7A
    800,000 views

    October 18 - Broadway Idiot – Documentary. From imdb.com: “Broadway Idiot follows Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong from a punk rock concert at Madison Square Garden to the opening of his musical American Idiot on Broadway - only ten blocks away, but worlds apart.”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7BSPh6QhLYc
    85,000 views

    October 18 - Paradise – Comedy with Julianne Hough, Nick Offerman, Holly Hunter, Russell Brand, Octavia Spencer
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CEpXPgptx34
    185,000 views

    October 18 – Torn – Drama, new cast and John Heard. From imdb.com: “Two families bond when their teenage sons are killed in an explosion at a suburban mall only to discover one of their children is the prime suspect.”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjyJI2YTOm4
    5,000 views

    October 18 - Kill Your Darlings – Biographical drama with Daniel Radcliffe, Elizabeth Olsen, Michael C. Hall, Ben Foster, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Kyra Sedgwick
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hB0Qh97Vmxo
    820,000 views

    October 18 - American Promise – Documentary. From imdb.com: “This intimate documentary follows the 12-year journey of two African-American families pursuing the promise of opportunity through the education of their sons.”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=knFReWtLkgc

    October 18 - Haunter – Horror mystery thriller with Abigail Breslin and Stephen McHattie
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sClAdBHrZNg
    220,000 views

    October 16 - Camille Claudel: 1915 – Biographical drama with Juliette Binoche
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UsB9QoMgr0I
    130,000 views

    October 18 - Adventures in the Sin Bin – Comedy with new cast and Ben McKenzie & Tim Blake Nelson
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o-N9Yl_g8JM
    40,000 views

    October 18 - Lost for Words – Romantic drama with Sean Faris
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OT2Ed7b87D0
    600 views

    October 18 - Birth of the Living Dead – From imdb.com: “A documentary that shows how George A. Romero gathered an unlikely team of Pittsburghers to shoot his seminal film: Night of the Living Dead.”
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TowiviD3xgE
    10,000 views

    October 18 - Two Jacks – Comedy drama with Sienna Miller, Jack Huston, Billy Zane and Jacqueline Bisset
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7MDt6Uhgm18
    4,000 views

    I mentioned earlier that I'll be seeing Carrie on Sunday, I'm also interested in All Is Lost, it looks really well made. Broadway Idiot looks good to me, but definitely one to wait for on DVD. Paradise has gotten a horribly low rating on imdb.com (3.5! :eek:), but I think the trailer looks decent - and what a cast! So I'm in. And I'm interested in Torn even though with only 5,000 views of the trailer at youtube, it looks like this has zero marketing push behind in and will probably be in a tiny number of theatres for a week (maybe two) and then go directly to DVD. But I'm going to keep an eye out for it. Okay, here's a test to see if anyone reads this far in my weekly posts of box office info and new releases. Which of the movies coming out this next weekend are you most looking forward to from the above list? Curious to see how many people will answer this question. :)
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  16. BigB08822

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    I will answer!

    I am interested in Carrie but I don't think I will be running to the theaters to see it unless some friends want to go.

    Torn seems interesting but I doubt it plays around here but should be out on DVD rather soon.

    12 Years a Slave has one good looking cast (Fassbender and Pitt?!) but I need to watch the trailer. I've heard of it before, though.
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    Saw 'Gravity' today. Enjoyed it. Definitely an event movie that needs to be experienced in 3D on the big screen. I saw it in IMAX also. I think this type of movies doesn't need big stars to carry it; It would have been interesting had two unknowns been cast in the leads. One minor criticism is that I didn't really care for the main character's back story; I find that the screenwriter and director are often too manipulative when using that storytelling device.



    CNN article on why audience should stop fact-checking non-documentary films :).
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    Article is interesting - and I get it for most movies. I saw the Butler and enjoyed it and Forrest Whitaker is amazing. It is not that I minded the inaccuracies, but just that The Butler's son was always in thick of things, seem contrived. Plus it focused on civil rights, I would have enjoyed other topics of the era too. It felt manipulative to me and that is what turns me off.

    On another movie....
    In my movie preview film club - last week we saw a Belgian movie 'The Unbroken Cirlce Breakdown' - very good movie, great acting. But there was something off in it. There were scenes I would normally be crying during the movie and heartbreaking things occurred, but I did not shed a tear. Not sure why, other than somehting was off in the movie. It is getting good reviews. But a few other people in my film club felt the same way.
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  19. Nell411

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    I am interested in Carrie but I'm really not a horror movie fan. I may wait until it shows up on Netflix then I can skip to the next part if I feel the need. I would normally just avoid it but I really like Julianne Moore.

    I saw Gravity today. It was absolutely stunning. I would watch it again just to stare at it and absorb the stunning visuals. Sandra Bullock was really good as well, it's probably the best I've ever seen her. But this movie is really all about the direction and the visuals. It's just so pretty.
  20. PeterG

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    Just finished watching Beautiful Creatures. I liked it, but doubt it will make my Top 10 Best Movies of 2013 list. :lol: But it's a great looking movie with a wonderful supporting cast and two decent leads. The worldwide box office was 56 million on a budget of 50 million so I'm guessing the three other books in the series won't make it onto the silver screen.

    Glad to hear you liked it. I have it on hold at the library, so I'll be seeing it soon. Really great cast, wasn't sure I'd be drawn in by the storyline, but with your recommendation I now hope to be! :D

    Good info. Maybe with this movie they have a limited team to publicize it, so the one team moves with the movie as they are about to open it in a new country. Seems out of date with the big publicity machines/campaigns of today, but if you're a smaller movie, maybe this is how it has to be done.

    :rofl:
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    I'm willing to pay theatre prices to see "all is lost." The other film I'd like to see -"12 years a slave"-I'm willing to wait til the dvd comes out. All those other films don't particularly interest me.
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    Lots of films coming out that interest me, but none that I'll be rushing to see in the theatres. I had had The Fifth Estate on my list of big-screen films, but the early reviews are pretty bad. I'll still see it (I must, must watch everything with Benedict Cumberbatch!) but I'll probably now wait for DVD.

    I was outside enjoying the fall sunshine for most of the long weekend, but still managed to watch 4 movies on DVD after the sun went down. ;) All good ones too.

    Any Day Now -- a same-sex parental rights story with Alan Cumming. Who is the main reason this film worked as well as it did. That, and the script decisions to keep things small and focussed, rather than big and Hollywood. (Oh, and Cumming can sing!)

    In the House -- a French film that's partly a student-teacher mentorship story, part voyeuristic psychological thriller. If you like to be kept guessing by a film, this one's for you. This one will stay with me for a while.

    The Sapphires -- completely predictable, but it doesn't really matter because it's just so entertaining. Great performances, and some fantastic singing. I'm going to try to track down the soundtrack for this one.

    The Kings of Summer -- a coming of age story with a twist. The three young leads were all excellent, I expect great things from them in the future. And some unconventional parts for the familiar faces in the adult characters. A real sleeper gem.
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    I really enjoyed The Sapphires. Definitely predictable, but very entertaining and a lovely feel good film :)
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    The 30 Smartest Celebrities in Hollywood

    Okay, match these IQ's... 142, 154, 160, 184

    With their respective owners... James Woods, Quentin Tarantino, Sharon Stone, Steve Martin

    More quizzing:

    Who's the first Harvard alum to win a Best Actress Oscar?

    Which famous model studied chemical engineering on scholarship?

    Which current sitcom star has a has a Ph.D. in neuroscience?

    Which recent winner of a best actor Oscar was co-author of an academic paper on human brain research?

    Which rapper cut classes to hang out in the band room, where he could play about 15 instruments?

    Which sitcom star graduated from Vassar College with a degree in biology, and after graduation, worked on a study concerning hemispheric dominance and headache types?

    Which movie star treated patients as a licensed obstetrician by day and at night scooped up as many stand-up gigs as he could?
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    Steve Martin=142, Sharon Stone=154, Quintin Tarantino=160, James Woods=184

    1. Natalie Portman
    2. Cindy Crawford
    3. Maxim Bialik
    4. Colin Firth
    5. Flavour Flav
    6. Lisa Kudrow
    7. Ken Jeong


    Thanks for the quiz! That was fun. :D
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    Buzz...
    ...you should spoiler your answers in case others want to take the quiz. :)
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    Is "spoiler" a verb now? :p
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    Way to spoiler the quiz!!! My day is ruined!!!

    Who was the obstetrician?
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    The sitcom star with the PHD is
    Mayim Bialik from The Big Bang Theory.
    Is the obstetrician
    Ken Jeong?
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    The chemican engineer is

    Cindy Crawford. Went to Northwestern

    The 184 Iq is supposedly


    James Woods. Incidentally, I saw him at NYCC this weekend promoting a Science Channel show he was hosting and he did not seem out of his depth talking about robotics with academics
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    So you're saying the article is full of SPOILERS?!
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    Not really a movie but it's happening in the movie theatres so ... anyone else planning on going to the National Theatre Live screening of M*cbeth? Tomorrow night at selected Cineplex theatres in Canada (with repeats on Oct 19 and 23), and various dates in the US.

    I'm actually a teensy bit bored with Branagh's Shakespeare interpretations, but he didn't direct this one ;), and from the trailers the production looks amazing. Plus The Scottish Play is one of my faves, and Alex Kingston as Lady M. should be great.
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    Is M*cbeth based on the play, "Macbeth"?

    :p

    :lol:
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    I know it's only within the theatre that you can't say the name ... but IMO, you can't be too careful with a curse. Esp. this close to Halloween. Even typing it could bring about dire consequences!

    :cheer:
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    I swear I don't know how Rowan Atkinson kept a straight face through all that.
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    I have updated my district registration, am meeting my quotas, and am on the lookout for subversive activity. But now President Snow is sending me advice about the latest Capital fashions.
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    This past week I watched two old(er) movies and three recent documentaries.

    Captains Courageous (1937, with Spencer Tracy, Freddie Bartholomew, Lionel Barrymore, Melvyn Douglas, John Carradine and Mickey Rooney) - It was interesting to see Mickey Rooney in such a small role compared to Bartholomew as Rooney is so well known now and Bartholomew is kind of a footnote. Interesting to have the TCM people inform me that Freddie was a major box office draw for a couple of years, maybe the #1 box office draw at one time? (Who knew there was a male Shirley Temple? Well, a non-singing one, anyway!) :D Always great to see Tracy on screen, even with a questionable Portugese accent/characterization. A pretty good film overall.

    The Lion In Winter (1968, with Peter O'Toole, Katharine Hepburn, Anthony Hopkins and Timothy Dalton) - I found the first half-hour to be a lot of loud, fast-paced yammering, but then when it slowed down a bit (if only momentarily), I found myself quite drawn into the story. At first I was thinking, `Streisand had to share her Oscar win with THIS performance of Hepburn`s``, but later in the movie, Hepburn had opportunity to show more than one dimension to her character, so I felt the Oscar tie was one of the best Oscar decisions the Academy ever made. I`m not sure if I was more impressed by the performance of Hopkins or Dalton, the latter in his only second screen role and holding his own quite well with O`Toole. Hopkins had a few nice slightly understated moments which I found surprising considering so much of his later stuff to be fairly mannered or just over-the-top. I was kind of disappointed in O`Toole, he seemed to be trying WAY too hard.

    A Place At The Table - About hunger in America. Decent, but when one Doctor mentions that the issue of enough food is not the issue, not even the distribution of food is the issue, but that too many people working at below a living wage, there`s problems. I felt this comment hit the nail on the head, but the filmmakers must have felt otherwise as they did not continue on this path.

    Revolution - Made by the guy who made Sharkwater. About the pollution of the world`s oceans and how if the current polluting continues, in a matter of decades there could be disastrous changes for all life. Gorgeously filmed and a little all-over-the-place, but an enjoyable viewing overall.

    Kumare - The filmmaker admits during the movie that he started this project with an entirely different focus. So at times it feels like there`s parts missing, maybe because once he changed gears, he didn`t know exactly where he was going, so he didn`t have a specific ending in mind. Had to take some time off to figure things out and then go back to try to wrap things up in a nice enough little bow. Oh, the focus at the beginning was to do a documentary about charlatains in various religions and one part about taking on the persona of one fictional guru became the movie`s focus. Interesting idea, but because things happened on the fly, one is left feeling somewhat uneasy with things he does, specifically gaining trust in those looking for greater meaning in life and taking advantage of their openness. This one is worth a movie, but I think now I feel his irresponsibility has at least some level abusiveness, which he doesn`t really own and-or apologize for....
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    Anyone know the British movie "Belle"? It's Wikipedia page says it opened September 8th but I can't find it anywhere. I would love to see it.
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