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Operation Kino 131: The Torture, Parental Duties And Heavy-Headed Religious Symbols Of Prisoners

This week we're not taking "I'm innocent" for an answer, as we take the movie Prisoners, lock it in our torture shower, and demand that it give us answers about how dreamy Roger Deakins is in person. Dave, Katey and Patches all saw the movie and are joined by Cinema Blend's own Sean O'Connell, who pulls out the "I'm actually a parent" card exactly as early in this review as you'd guess. This review contains a spoiler section, which starts at 21:39 (you'll hear "Jingle Bells") and goes to 38:33. We also pick your answers to your lightning round question about director/actor pairs.

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"Jingle Bells" by Sufjan Stevens

"Missing" by Beck

"The Dream Team Is in the House" by the L.A. Dream Team