Total Recall: Morgan Freeman's Best Movies

We count down the best-reviewed work of the Now You See Me star.

Morgan Freeman

If you were asked to name one actor capable of playing ex-cons, hitmen, and God, you'd be hard pressed to do any better than Morgan Freeman -- which is, probably not coincidentally, why he's played all those characters (among many others) over the course of his distinguished, nearly 50-year career. And even as he reaches the half-century mark as a professional actor, Freeman shows no signs of slowing down; in fact, this weekend's Now You See Me is just one of an incredible six films he's slated to appear in this year. All of which explains why we were shocked and appalled to realize we'd never given Mr. Freeman the Total Recall treatment, and knew we needed to seize upon this opportunity to repent. Hey you guys, it's time for Total Recall!


79%

10. Se7en

On the surface, it looks like just another buddy cop movie -- in fact, with its "retiring detective partnered with unorthodox rookie" setup, it could have been a Lethal Weapon ripoff. Of course, as we all now know, David Fincher's Se7en brought its own dark twist to the genre, plunging the viewer into a bottomless pit of sorrow, rage, and moral decay -- and ultimately refusing to help them climb out at the end. Wringing mesmerizing performances from Morgan Freeman, Brad Pitt, and Kevin Spacey, Fincher enveloped audiences with an overwhelming sense of mounting gloom and dread, finally driving home the brutal loss of innocence and compassion suffered by everyone in the film. Though some critics took issue with Se7en's constant gloom and grisly violence, most scribes echoed the sentiments of Netflix's James Rocchi, who called it "a harrowingly bleak vision that haunted me in the theatres and made my flesh slick with fear even on this recent re-viewing."

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85%

9. Batman Begins

Handed the keys to the moribund Batman film franchise, director Christopher Nolan shucked off the cartoonish overtones of recent big-screen incarnations and boiled the character's mythos down to its essence, resulting in one of the most realistic superhero movies ever. Thankfully, Nolan didn't skimp on action-packed pyrotechnics, and as the suitably suave and tortured Bruce Wayne, Christian Bale added a greater emotional heft to the Caped Crusader (he was also ably abetted by the likes of Morgan Freeman, Michael Caine, Cillian Murphy, and Gary Oldman). Batman Begins signaled a bold new beginning for the franchise, and was a huge hit with audiences and pundits alike. "It's a wake-up call to the people who keep giving us cute capers about men in tights," wrote Kyle Smith of the New York Post. "It wipes the smirk off the face of the superhero movie."

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88%

8. The Dark Knight Rises

It goes without saying that pretty much nobody ever bought a ticket to one of Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight movies because Morgan Freeman was part of the cast, but by the time the highly anticipated conclusion The Dark Knight Rises rolled around in 2012, it came as something of a comforting relief to see Freeman on the screen -- especially given the somewhat harrowing bleakness of Rises' storyline, which pitted Batman (Christian Bale) against a psychotic, freakishly strong supervillain named Bane (Tom Hardy). "Yes, The Dark Knight Rises," applauded Chris Vognar of the Dallas Morning News. "And rises. And rises some more."

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89%

7. Eyewitness

It isn't especially well-remembered today -- and for Freeman fans, it offers our hero the mostly thankless role of a police lieutenant who's embroiled in a murder case that's also being investigated by a TV reporter (Sigourney Weaver) and a janitor (William Hurt) -- but with that killer cast and a bit of expert late-period direction from Bullitt director Peter Yates, 1981's Eyewitness is the sort of perfectly serviceable cat-and-mouse mystery thriller that'll help you pass a painless 103 minutes on your next lazy Saturday afternoon. "Every scene develops characters," mused Roger Ebert. "And they're developed in such offbeat fidelity to the way people do behave that we get all the more involved in the mystery, just because, for once, we halfway believe it could really be happening."

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91%

6. The Shawshank Redemption

For Morgan Freeman fans, The Shawshank Redemption is the one movie that has it all: Plenty of kindly old wisdom for his character to impart, lots of meaningful drama prompting deep sighs and knowing smiles, and -- of course -- Freeman's expert narration tying the whole thing together. Oh, and also? This Frank Darabont adaptation of a Stephen King short story about a wrongfully imprisoned convict (Tim Robbins) whose years in lockup aren't enough to break his indomitable spirit is also really, really good. It wasn't a huge hit during its initial release, but from its painful opening act to its triumphant closing moments, Shawshank is an acknowledged classic -- and a longtime favorite for critics like Janet Maslin of the New York Times, who sighed, "Without a single riot scene or horrific effect, it tells a slow, gentle story of camaraderie and growth, with an ending that abruptly finds poetic justice in what has come before."

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Comments

Cooper Jones

Cooper Jones

No march of the penguins?

May 29 - 04:49 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Didn't that win the Razzie for most dreary faux-profound anthropomorphised voice over of the year (nevermind of all time). So no, no March of the Penguins. Personally, I preferred his work on the voice over intro to Pet Sematary 5: Clones: March of the Fredgwynnes. I'm just sore there's no love for his work on The Electric Company...all late 70s/80s babies have a special place in their heart for that show and Morgan's Freeman's contribution. With respect to 100millio reboots Electric Company still did the best version of Spider Man of all time, obviously.

May 29 - 07:31 PM

Isaac T.

Isaac Tetreault

March of the penguins was awesome. Your comment makes me angry. >:-( . Not the electric company bit, though.

May 30 - 05:46 PM

Margene  L.

Margene Lewis

Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job Ive had. Last Monday I got a new Alfa Romeo from bringing in $7778. I started this 9 months ago and practically straight away started making more than $83 per hour. I work through this link, Mojo50.com

Jun 5 - 05:49 PM

Al Pi

Al Pi

RT sort of just makes up the rules for these things on a case by case basis. Obviously, in this case, Freeman's career is so strong that there wasn't any need to add voice-over work.

May 29 - 09:04 PM

Connor Dutchak

Connor Dutchak

Probably wasn't included because it's a documentary. It's got a 94%, so it would have been in there otherwise.

May 30 - 12:53 PM

Facebook User

Facebook User

Million Dollar Baby better than The Shawshank Redemption? Give me a break..

May 29 - 05:04 PM

Branden Lucero

Branden Lucero

who said anything about being better? they're just ranking them according to percentage.

May 30 - 12:45 AM

Dmitry Pressman

Dmitry Pressman

isn't that what the percentages are for? even worse is Gone Baby Gone is way too high

May 31 - 09:05 PM

Steven Green

Steven Green

Dude, the percentage isnt that important. Remember that they only account for how many people reviewed it. Lets say Million Dollar Baby got 200 reviews and 150 were positive, but Shawshank had 100 reviews and 90 were positive. Obviously the one with more positive reviews will have a higher percentage, but if more people review it, the harder it will be to have a high score, different opinions and all that.

Jun 1 - 12:12 AM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Hate to be the math nazi, but: 100/90 = 90%; 200/150 = 75%. Shawshank still wins. Older films (pre-2001) can have lower scores with less rotten reviews. Shawshank has 6 rotten reviews, while Gone has 10. Shawshank wins again. But I agree. It's best to actually read the reviews to see which critics are full of shit and take the average rating under the RT score into account. "Gone" has a 7.7/10 average while Shawshank has an 8.2 average. Shawshank still wins.

Jun 2 - 08:39 PM

Sean Mulligan

Sean Mulligan

Right, Gone Baby Gone is ranked higher because out of 172 reviews, 162 were positive, therefore it got a 94%. Shawshank had only 62 reviews, of which 56 were positive, or 90%.

If you go by Top Critics, which I do often, Shawshank had 13/14 reviews as positive, or 93%. Gone Baby Gone had 38/41, also 93%.

So being incredibly anal about all of this, according to Top Critics, Shawshank had a rating of 92.857% whereas Gone Baby Gone was 92.682%.

So clearly, Shawshank was better :)

Jun 4 - 01:50 AM

T L.

T L

F*ck the critics - go by the fans/audience (User ratings)
Shawshank: 98% out of about 770,000 ratings
Million $ Baby: 87% out of about 370,000 ratings

Shawshank dominates and this list is in a completely out of order!

Jun 4 - 11:43 AM

Christopher256G

Christopher Greffin

The Shawshank Redemption though great is overpraised by many. I wouldn't quite put Million Dollar Baby above it, but I would Unforgiven, The Dark Knight, and Glory.

Jun 4 - 05:15 PM

Daniel A.

Daniel Alaniz

Amen, Josh. Hahaha

Jun 14 - 02:23 AM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

What a career! This guys done it all and then some. Although, seriously, I think he could do without all of the Batman movies. Batman fans won't be happy to hear this, but you've seen one, you've seen them all.

May 29 - 05:15 PM

Gary Devenport

Gary Devenport

You've seen one troll, you've seen them all.

May 29 - 06:04 PM

Christopher Simmons

Christopher Simmons

You keep using that word... I do not think it means what you think it means...

May 30 - 08:50 AM

Tucker Roveto

Tucker Roveto

I found the six fingered man, he's my boss.

May 30 - 08:55 AM

Susie Surridge

Susie Surridge

Totally agree! Sooo overrated...

May 29 - 10:28 PM

Kevin P.

Kevin Pitman

I think his point is that listing all 3 Batman performances separately is redundant... he plays the same character in all three. You could add 2 other performances, like "Deep Impact" where plays one of the best films presidents to go on screen, or "Driving Miss Daisy", where he convinces us all which route is best to go to the Piggly Wiggly.

May 30 - 02:47 PM

Isaac T.

Isaac Tetreault

Yeah, there overrated, but you can't say you've seen them all when you look at the differences of the second and third movie. TDKR is more the revenge/overcome batman, where as TDK is less of those kind of themes and more beliveable crime/action movie.

May 30 - 05:53 PM

Observation 99

Observation 99

Great career complete with two of my favorite movies in the top two slots. Hats off to Morgan Freeman!

May 29 - 05:20 PM

Jerad Donley

Jerad Donley

Clint Eastwood's Unforgiving is a masterpiece.

May 29 - 09:04 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Freeman's #9 and #10 films would be better than 95% of Hollywoods #1 and #2's.

May 29 - 05:37 PM

Matthew Riddle

Matthew Riddle

Driving Miss Daisy? Didn't he win Best Supporting Actor for that?

May 29 - 05:42 PM

Jeff Giles

Jeff Giles

Didn't make the cut!

May 29 - 05:51 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Only 79% tomatoe score.

May 29 - 05:58 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Worst movie this side of Marty & Hurt Locker to win Best Picture...lest we forget. Oh gawsh diddly there I go again being a tool. Sorry Kevo DeNiro...Vito..Corleone? Do'h did it again :s

May 29 - 07:39 PM

Bruce Chubb

Bruce Chubb

Nope, Traffic.

May 29 - 09:00 PM

Keith Allison

Keith Allison

Actually, Gladiator won that year (though Soderbergh did win Best Director).

May 30 - 07:10 AM

Rick Desper

Rick Desper

Traffic came out about 5 years after Gladiator.
And "Shakespeare in Love" is a worse Best Picture than any of those mentioned. And then there's "The Artist" (ugh).

May 30 - 01:34 PM

Jim Miles

Jim Miles

Traffic and Gladiator both came out in 2000...

May 31 - 02:03 AM

Ronald Domholdt

Ronald Domholdt

Because no one cares enough to mention it, and because it was highly overrated at the time, Crash is my nominee for Worst Best Picture.

Jun 2 - 10:01 PM

Christopher256G

Christopher Greffin

The Hurt Locker is the best of recent winners if you ask me.

Jun 4 - 05:11 PM

Mathew Jung

Mathew Jung

That was the year that Daniel Day Lewis won for My Left Foot (Freeman was nominated for best actor not supporting). I thought so too but then remembered by the time Freeman won his first oscar for Million Dollar Baby it was ridiculous that he hadn't won one yet...

May 30 - 01:18 PM

Jeff Giles

Jeff Giles

Didn't make the cut!

May 29 - 05:51 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Only 79% tomatoe score.

May 29 - 05:58 PM

Typhon

Typhon Q

I think that it'd be harder to find the 10 Worst Films of Morgan Freeman.

May 29 - 06:04 PM

Dave J

Dave J

Oh yeah they're some and it's not hard to find them either! Freeman is a great actor but even he's got some duds in his movie resume!

May 29 - 06:19 PM

Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry

10) The Magic of Belle Isle
9) Hard Rain
8) Evan Almighty
7) The Bonfire of the Vanities
6) Harry & Son
5) Chain Reaction
4) The Big Bounce
3) The Contract
2) That Was Then...This Is Now
1) Edison (Edison Force)

May 29 - 08:28 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

I would replace Chain Reaction with Dreamcatcher. CR was a passable 90s actioner but DC, holy shit man, holy shit.

May 29 - 08:44 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Harry & Son is underrated.

May 29 - 08:47 PM

Jerad Donley

Jerad Donley

Along came a spider, Deep Impact to name a few others.

May 29 - 08:56 PM

Dave J

Dave J

I personally liked "Hard Rain" myself!

May 30 - 12:39 PM

Mathew Jung

Mathew Jung

Nice list Andrew! Interestingly Hard Rain is on Christian Slater's top 10

May 30 - 01:20 PM

Kyle Talley

Kyle Talley

Bucket List was bad.

Jun 3 - 02:05 AM

Rachel Napierkowski

Rachel Napierkowski

I liked Evan Almighty... I guess I just have weird taste...

May 30 - 03:02 AM

Gary Devenport

Gary Devenport

You've seen one troll, you've seen them all.

May 29 - 06:04 PM

Christopher Simmons

Christopher Simmons

You keep using that word... I do not think it means what you think it means...

May 30 - 08:50 AM

Tucker Roveto

Tucker Roveto

I found the six fingered man, he's my boss.

May 30 - 08:55 AM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

I have to shout-out "Street Smarts", Foreman's first Oscar nominated performance. The Tomato is just wrong on this one. Also "Nurse Betty" just missed the list. But I don't understand the critics hating on "Under Suspicion", with powerhouse acting from both Foreman and Gene Hackman. I have no idea why that's rated worse than "Wanted" or "Red", two of Foreman's laziest paychecks.

May 29 - 06:06 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

Haven't seen Edison Force, eh?

May 29 - 08:23 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Nope. I didn't like his Alex Cross movies either. There are films with worse scores I prefer, "Teachers", "Brubaker", "Lean on Me", and he was great (at least) in "Invictus".

May 29 - 08:46 PM

Geren W.

Geren Waters

He was awesome in Street Smart, but the rest of the film, especially Christopherr Reeve was a little weak. Another film in the same class is Johnny Handsome with Elizabeth McGovern and Mickey Rourke (playing the lead character in a role as a disfigured convict that has the opportunity to gain a normal life through plastic surgery. Talk about one of life's fantastic ironies.) The scene where Freeman, playing a cop that doubt's the effectiveness of the surgeries ability to change Johnny's true nature, walks in after they have taken off his bandages is one of my favorites of all time. "Thats. Fucking. Amazing."

May 30 - 10:26 AM

Rick Desper

Rick Desper

Nurse Betty is a great film.

May 30 - 01:35 PM

Scott Frost

Scott Frost

How in the *bleep* does The Shawshank Redemption not have 100% fresh among critics?

May 29 - 06:15 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Ok calm down? Just because you have a Shawshank Redeption tattoo and go to bed with the Shawshank Redemption dolls (Still in their boxes) doesn't mean everyone worships at the alter of the Shawshank Redeption. Good grief :/ Even Citizen Kane doesnt have a hundy percent so calm down duuuude.

May 29 - 07:13 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Even if Citizen Kane or 2001 or Rosemary's Baby or Once Upon a Time or Casablanca or Petrified Forest or in the West or Paths of Glory or The Swarm did have a100%, what's your actual point even then? That Shawshank Redemption is as good equally as them? Oh well good luck with that! Hahaha...by the way yes. of those movies I was of course joking about *says one which isn't The Swarm*

May 29 - 07:18 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool.

May 29 - 07:26 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Clearly, and why? Because YOU say so! Furthermore, Kevin DeVito is a tool and not only that, he's a fool, an ass, a drip, an ass-drip, an ass-tool, a knumb skull, and block head, a numb-head, a numb-ass, a skulltool, and all the rest. Any why? Why, because I say so of course. Why else?

May 29 - 07:35 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Cutler, have you gone Irish-Hispanic now?

May 29 - 07:46 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

No, he's gone batshit.

May 29 - 08:25 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Liiam (Cross I) Cruz is the same guy guy who tried to gay-bait me with his boyfriend Bill Suave a few months back.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/sound_of_music/news/1926816/total_recall_discontinued_academy_awards/

May 29 - 08:40 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool with a thesaurus.

May 29 - 09:27 PM

Zane B

Chum Chum

Wow you are a tool! God damn, nice job proving it with that reply

May 31 - 07:34 AM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Chum Chum loves Cum Cum

Jun 2 - 05:16 PM

Valmordas

Val Mordas

Shawshank fucked your mom.

May 30 - 07:24 AM

Rick Desper

Rick Desper

Shawshank is good, but it's not perfect.

May 30 - 01:38 PM

Luke Koebele

Luke Koebele

it's the "closest to perfect movie" ever made

May 31 - 10:00 PM

Dave J

Dave J

Oh yeah they're some and it's not hard to find them either! Freeman is a great actor but even he's got some duds in his movie resume!

May 29 - 06:19 PM

Andrew Perry

Andrew Perry

10) The Magic of Belle Isle
9) Hard Rain
8) Evan Almighty
7) The Bonfire of the Vanities
6) Harry & Son
5) Chain Reaction
4) The Big Bounce
3) The Contract
2) That Was Then...This Is Now
1) Edison (Edison Force)

May 29 - 08:28 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

I would replace Chain Reaction with Dreamcatcher. CR was a passable 90s actioner but DC, holy shit man, holy shit.

May 29 - 08:44 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Harry & Son is underrated.

May 29 - 08:47 PM

Jerad Donley

Jerad Donley

Along came a spider, Deep Impact to name a few others.

May 29 - 08:56 PM

Dave J

Dave J

I personally liked "Hard Rain" myself!

May 30 - 12:39 PM

Mathew Jung

Mathew Jung

Nice list Andrew! Interestingly Hard Rain is on Christian Slater's top 10

May 30 - 01:20 PM

Kyle Talley

Kyle Talley

Bucket List was bad.

Jun 3 - 02:05 AM

Rachel Napierkowski

Rachel Napierkowski

I liked Evan Almighty... I guess I just have weird taste...

May 30 - 03:02 AM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Ok calm down? Just because you have a Shawshank Redeption tattoo and go to bed with the Shawshank Redemption dolls (Still in their boxes) doesn't mean everyone worships at the alter of the Shawshank Redeption. Good grief :/ Even Citizen Kane doesnt have a hundy percent so calm down duuuude.

May 29 - 07:13 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Even if Citizen Kane or 2001 or Rosemary's Baby or Once Upon a Time or Casablanca or Petrified Forest or in the West or Paths of Glory or The Swarm did have a100%, what's your actual point even then? That Shawshank Redemption is as good equally as them? Oh well good luck with that! Hahaha...by the way yes. of those movies I was of course joking about *says one which isn't The Swarm*

May 29 - 07:18 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool.

May 29 - 07:26 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Clearly, and why? Because YOU say so! Furthermore, Kevin DeVito is a tool and not only that, he's a fool, an ass, a drip, an ass-drip, an ass-tool, a knumb skull, and block head, a numb-head, a numb-ass, a skulltool, and all the rest. Any why? Why, because I say so of course. Why else?

May 29 - 07:35 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Cutler, have you gone Irish-Hispanic now?

May 29 - 07:46 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

No, he's gone batshit.

May 29 - 08:25 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Liiam (Cross I) Cruz is the same guy guy who tried to gay-bait me with his boyfriend Bill Suave a few months back.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/sound_of_music/news/1926816/total_recall_discontinued_academy_awards/

May 29 - 08:40 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool with a thesaurus.

May 29 - 09:27 PM

Zane B

Chum Chum

Wow you are a tool! God damn, nice job proving it with that reply

May 31 - 07:34 AM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Chum Chum loves Cum Cum

Jun 2 - 05:16 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool.

May 29 - 07:26 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Clearly, and why? Because YOU say so! Furthermore, Kevin DeVito is a tool and not only that, he's a fool, an ass, a drip, an ass-drip, an ass-tool, a knumb skull, and block head, a numb-head, a numb-ass, a skulltool, and all the rest. Any why? Why, because I say so of course. Why else?

May 29 - 07:35 PM

bigbrother

Bigbrother .

Cutler, have you gone Irish-Hispanic now?

May 29 - 07:46 PM

infernaldude

Infernal Dude

No, he's gone batshit.

May 29 - 08:25 PM

Janson Jinnistan

Janson Jinnistan

Liiam (Cross I) Cruz is the same guy guy who tried to gay-bait me with his boyfriend Bill Suave a few months back.

http://www.rottentomatoes.com/m/sound_of_music/news/1926816/total_recall_discontinued_academy_awards/

May 29 - 08:40 PM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Liiam Cruz is a tool with a thesaurus.

May 29 - 09:27 PM

Zane B

Chum Chum

Wow you are a tool! God damn, nice job proving it with that reply

May 31 - 07:34 AM

Kevin DeVito

Kevin DeVito

Chum Chum loves Cum Cum

Jun 2 - 05:16 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Didn't that win the Razzie for most dreary faux-profound anthropomorphised voice over of the year (nevermind of all time). So no, no March of the Penguins. Personally, I preferred his work on the voice over intro to Pet Sematary 5: Clones: March of the Fredgwynnes. I'm just sore there's no love for his work on The Electric Company...all late 70s/80s babies have a special place in their heart for that show and Morgan's Freeman's contribution. With respect to 100millio reboots Electric Company still did the best version of Spider Man of all time, obviously.

May 29 - 07:31 PM

Isaac T.

Isaac Tetreault

March of the penguins was awesome. Your comment makes me angry. >:-( . Not the electric company bit, though.

May 30 - 05:46 PM

Margene  L.

Margene Lewis

Start working at home with Google! It's by-far the best job Ive had. Last Monday I got a new Alfa Romeo from bringing in $7778. I started this 9 months ago and practically straight away started making more than $83 per hour. I work through this link, Mojo50.com

Jun 5 - 05:49 PM

Liiam Cruz

Liiam Cruz

Clearly, and why? Because YOU say so! Furthermore, Kevin DeVito is a tool and not only that, he's a fool, an ass, a drip, an ass-drip, an ass-tool, a knumb skull, and block head, a numb-head, a numb-ass, a skulltool, and all the rest. Any why? Why, because I say so of course. Why else?

May 29 - 07:35 PM

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