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Episode 79 / Don’t Breathe

Don't listen to the title, breathing is perfectly healthy and necessary. In this episode, Film Tank discusses the new horror-thriller film from Fede Alvarez in which three asshole teens see a blind man for what he really is...

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Week in Review - 00:03:58

Main Review (Don't Breathe) - 00:47:07

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Episode 78 / Following

Film Tank discusses the film made just before Christopher Nolan developed a following, with his debut film Following. (This is why we need a copy editor on Film Tank...)

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Episode 77 / Persona

At the behest of a guest, the Film Tank crew sits down to discuss Ingmar Bergman's 1966 classic, Persona. 

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Week in Review - 00:07:29

Main Review (Persona) - 00:44:05


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Episode 76 / Suicide Squad

Step right up and view DC"s latest foray into Marvel-land, as a ragtag group of bad guys are led by the guy who turned down Django Unchained because it was not family friendly enough.

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Week in Review - 00:06:15

Main Review (Suicide Squad) - 00:58:52

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Episode 75 / Jason Bourne

Bourne finally remembers who he is in the latest installment in the Jason Bourne franchise, where he learns that maybe... just maybe, Jason is exactly who he was Bourne to be.

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Week in Review - 00:06:15

Main Review (Jason Bourne) - 01:20:00

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Episode 74 / Rashomon

Four hosts sat down to watch Rashomon... Each of the hosts came away from the viewing with their own interpretations and opinions even though they all witnessed the same film. How does this happen? Find out when Film Tank tackles another foreign language classic: Akira Kurosawa's Rashomon.

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Week in Review - 00:03:31
Main Review (Rashomon) - 01:11:55

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Episode 73 / Ghostbusters (2016)

Who ya gonna call? Women! Four talented women, to be exact. Listen to episode 73 of Film Tank, for the group's thoughts on Paul Feig's new take on a classic ghost story.

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Week in Review - 00:02:52
Main Review (Ghostbusters) - 00:47:02

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Film Tank finally takes on a musical! Hailing from 1954, the hosts tackle the Judy Garland/James Mason version of the classic A Star is Born!

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Trailer Talk (La La Land) - 00:03:49

Main Review (A Star is Born) - 00:10:58

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Episode 71 / Swiss Army Man

Turn down for what? The Daniels' feature film debut, Swiss Army Man. That's what.

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RIP Abbas Kiarostami - 00:04:05

Alex's Storytime: Kylo Ren encounter - 00:15:06

Main Review (Swiss Army Man) - 00:28:30


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Episode 70 / The Neon Demon

The hosts sit down to discuss Nicolas Winding Refn's latest art-house tale The Neon Demon. It may not be another Drive, but is it worth seeing anyway? Listen to episode 70 of Film Tank to find out!

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Week in Review - 00:03:08

Main Review (The Neon Demon) - 00:42:56

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