Based on the hit-and-run vehicle chase movie with Denholm Elliott, the Tigerstrips are on the lookout to save the world. However, when an eco-terrorist group known as The Terrorist’s Foot takes over a textile factory and starts attacking the town, the authorities are not sure they’ll be able to stop the tigers on their own. Will the FBI agents and local law enforcement personnel be able accomplish the task? Or will The Terrorists prevail?
Thirty years ago, during the Depression era, in Alabama an infamous serial killer was roaming the streets, committing murderous and gruesome crimes. He was after only one thing: cash. The Terrorists Foot is Al Sweets. To blend in with the night’s darkness, the man wears a latex mask but he conceals the most deadly secrets…
Harry, a resident of the town, stated that he did not know what he did to get wool. However, he did take all the money from the vault of the bank. “For a short while there was no one around, so I tried to call the bank and tell them I was planning to wire some money to a friend who lives in New York City, but they would not allow me. They informed me that no one was able to gain access to the vaults without the key. So I had to steal the key.” – RPG
Harry and his fellow town residents battle the monster. The Terrorist’s foot has a vast support base among the locals. A lot of people in the town start to believe that the serial killer is member of the group. The film provides the help of a lone hero, what happens when good and bad people work together against the common enemy.
Russell Brand plays the role of Al Sweets. Al is an insignificant, weak, and old man who hopes to become a successful like his hero Sherlock Holmes (Craigentin). Al is kidnapped by terrorists and forced to become an extra truck driver on a cross-country trip. Al desperately tries to convince authorities to help him. ดูหนังออนไลน์ Al realizes that he’s being smitten by a man despite all efforts.
Russell Brand turns in another outstanding performance as the master detective. His co-star Edward Hershey, however, is perhaps more famous for his work on television such as “That 70s Show” and “Thatchers Files.” Hershey is more humorous than Russell Brand, creating a very animated character.
“Railroad Tigers,” is not for those who aren’t able to handle it. It is a violent film however, it manages to stay within the acceptable limits of film fare. There are a few brief references to gore and death however, other than that the film is safe.
Overall, “Railroad Tigers,” is a wonderful film for those who enjoy urban fantasy, mystery, and a good old-fashioned tale of mystery. The film will appeal to those who love Robert Townshend and David Estlin. If not, it will likely disappoint. For the most part it’s an enjoyable action film that just about anyone can enjoy.
The film begins in New York City as an escapee slave named Tiger finds his way into Chicago. He was trained by Cassius Marsh who appears to be a member of the Northside gang. He wants to avenge the murder of his brother, who is considered a close friend. It turns out, Cassius is also a former convict. Tiger is not just seeking revenge however, he also has an animus towards Cassius who taught him how trade guns and made him who is today: the tiger.
The film’s cat, whom the tigers attempt to kill, occupies most of the movie. It’s an enjoyable scene. One thing that could make it a little more memorable is if the cat were to say something like “You’re not the only one who thinks this way …” or something similar.
Tiger finds out that Calvin Finley, the head of the Northside gang (Eddie Murphy), is after Tiger’s head for the money he is owed for his railroad services. He is able to capture Calvin and has an altercation with him where Calvin is shot in the leg. Tiger manages to get away and escape while the police are called.
Five years later, a gang of outlaws and criminals, including a deranged one named Ross, attempt to rob the refinery which provides the Union Pacific Railroad with the rails and weapons Tiger requires to continue his pursuit. Two other men named Sheriff Poole (Charles Bronson) and tracker Mike (Harold Rambo) join the gang in a bid to get at the riches, and both end up being seriously injured. When the band finally makes it to the train, Tiger kills everyone on the train, except for the conductor. The survivors are then taken to Kansas City prison where a mob made up of local yobs slays the remaining traitors and rescues the remaining tigers. One of the tigers decides to not return to his previous ways and attacks each traitor one by one, and eventually kills them all. With his final attack, Tiger finally manages to take down the locomotive, and the townspeople enjoy watching him sail off into the sunset.