And God said, let there be mother! For cinephiles need another goddamn film to fight about. In this episode, the hosts and a special guest discuss Darren Arronofsky's latest epic, mother!

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Film Tank looks back at the recent Best Picture winner, Birdman, to see if it still can take flight. Ca-cawww.

 

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Film Tank looks at Good Time, starring Robert Pattinson as a desperate criminal just trying to make it through the night without getting caught by the police or caught up in his own guilt.

 

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Steven Soderbergh rounds up some good ol' boys for another heist in Logan Lucky.

 

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Kathryn Bigelow follows up Osama Bin Laden's death with a torturous look at civil injustice against African Americans in her latest film, Detroit.

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Hosts Alex and Nick discuss David Lowery's A Ghost Story to determine if there is indeed something alive inside of it.

 

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Christopher Nolan returns to the screen and to the past with his history epic WWII film Dunkirk.

 

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A sci-fi epic from Luc Besson and the concluding chapter in one of the best cinematic trilogies in recent memories? It must be Christmas! But sadly, it's just Film Tank. Here to discuss Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets, and War for the Planet of the Apes in a special (not really) double episode (really).

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Who's excited for the third live-action iteration of Spider-Man in cinemas in just about a decade? Well, some of us are. Others aren't. Marvel spins a tangled web with this latest offering.

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Fresh off of his Marvel break-up, Egdar Wright returns to theater with his latest genre pastiche in Baby Driver. Film Tank takes it for a spin and sees how it holds up compared to his previous works.

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