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Belly Of The Bulldog (Tank 432)
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Belly Of The Bulldog (Tank 432)

Belly Of The Bulldog (Tank 432)

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A group of mercenaries and their two prisoners have nowhere to hide but a long abandoned Bulldog tank. While the outside enermies cann't do that much, the real enemies disguises among them is the real problem. 'When there is no enemy inside, the enemies outside cannot hurt you'.
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Ben Kenigsberg
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November 24, 2016

This British thriller is a high-concept tease that slogs its way through a morass of barely differentiated characters and visuals before reaching an unsatisfying conclusion.
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Chuck Wilson
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November 23, 2016

A last-minute flurry of action and a final plot twist aren't enough to redeem this busy but tedious thriller.
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December 02, 2016

As lumbering and slow-moving as the vehicle in which most of its action takes place, Nick Gillespie's horror thriller makes the familiar mistake of confusing obscurity with tension.
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November 23, 2016

U.K. cinematographer Nick Gillespie makes his directing debut with this handsome but frustrating "Gotcha!" tale.
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Noel Murray
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November 24, 2016

Writer-director Nick Gillespie's horror/war hybrid "Tank 432" aims for queasily unsettling ambiguity, but lands in a place that's more tedious and confusing.
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