AYT #108: A Furious Road Divided

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On this episode, Joe and Erik discuss at length Mad Max: Fury Road as well as the entire series up to this point. With hyperbole already reaching a boiling point in some cinephile/critic circles on the film, we hope to provide some balanced opinions on this latest work in the franchise, even if we do love the film. Lastly, our next edition of HOLD UP: Emilio Estevez’ directorial debut, the 1986 film Wisdom.

We try to release new episodes of Adjust Your Tracking twice a month, though frequency of new episodes often increase or decrease based on interest level of what’s going on in cinema.

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CREDITS
Producer -- Drew Wallner
Co-Host, Segment Editor -- Joe von Appen
Co-Host, Audio Editor -- Erik McClanahan
Presented by -- The Northwest Film Center

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