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Hands up everyone who has followed all of this. I know I'm not raising my own, that's for sure.

Oh, and even David Bowie's in the movie, in a beautiful part! What more can one man ask of a movie? So, onwards to Batman Begins Once More. I'm sure it'll be excellent. But I sure am already missing those magicians.

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