Denholm Elliott’s hit-and run vehicle chase film demonstrates how the Tigerstrips have a plan to save the world. But when an eco-terrorist organization known as The Terrorist’s Foot takes over the textile plant and starts terrorizing the town, the authorities aren’t sure they can stop the tigers on their own. Will the FBI agents and the local law-men be able to succeed? Or will The Terrorists triumph?
Thirty years ago, during the Depression era, in Alabama the serial killer walked the streets, committing deadly and horrific crimes. He wanted cash. Al Sweets is the Terrorists’ Foot. He wears a mask made of latex to blend in with the night-time darkness, however, inside he conceals the most dangerous secrets…
Harry, who was a resident of the town, said that he didn’t know how he got wool. However he did steal all the money from the bank vault one day. “For some time, there was no one in the area and I tried calling the bank to tell them that I was planning to wire some cash to a friend in New York City. But they wouldn’t allow me. They told me that no one was able to access the vaults without a key. So I had to steal the key.” – RPG
Harry and the other town residents battle the monster. The Terrorist’s foot has an enormous support base among the locals. Many people believe that the serial killer is part of the group. However, with the help an unlikely hero, the film explores what can happen when good and evil people join forces against the common enemy.
Russell Brand plays the role of Al Sweets. Al is a slim, weak, aging man who dreams of becoming a success like his hero, Sherlock Holmes (Craigentin). Al is abducted by terrorists and forced to become a double truck driver on an international trip. Al desperately tries to convince authorities to free him. However, in the midst of all his efforts, he realizes that he’s being captivated by another man.
Russell Brand delivers another stellar performance as the master detective. His co-star Edward Hershey, however, is perhaps more well-known for his TV work such as “That 70s Show” and “Thatchers Files.” Hershey provides more humor than Russell Brand, creating a extremely animated character.
“Railroad Tigers,” is not for the faint of heart. Although it has some violence, the film remains within the acceptable boundaries of movie fare. ดูหนีัง The film doesn’t mention any death or gore however, it does play it safe.
Overall, “Railroad Tigers” is well-suited for those who enjoy a good mystery, a little urban fantasy, and a great old-fashioned man’s mystery tale. If you’re a lover of Robert Townshend or David Estlin, you will enjoy this film. It will not disappoint anyone else. It is an action film that almost anyone can enjoy.
The film begins in New York City as an exiled slave named Tiger discovers his way to Chicago. He was trained by Cassius Marsh who is believed to be part of the Northside group. He seeks revenge for the death of his brother, who he considers a close friend. It turns out that Cassius is also a former convict. Tiger is not just seeking revenge however, he also has an unresolved grudge against Cassius, the man who taught him how trade guns and made him who is today: the tiger.
A large portion of the film is reserved for the cat that the tiger tries to kill. It’s an enjoyable scene. It could be more memorable when the cat said something like “You aren’t the only one thinking this way …”” or something similar.
Tiger discovers later that Calvin Finley, the head of Northside gang (Eddie Murphy) is after Tiger’s head to collect the money he owes him for his railroad services. He captures Calvin and ends up having a gun battle with him where Calvin is wounded in the leg. Tiger manages to get away and escape while police are called.
Five years later, a band of outlaws and criminals, including a deranged one named Ross try to rob the refinery that supplies the Union Pacific Railroad with the rails and weapons that Tiger needs to continue his pursuit. In an attempt to find the bounty, Sheriff Poole (Charles Bronson), and tracker Mike (Harold Rambo) join the gang and are both seriously injured. Tiger kills everyone, except for the conductor once the group finally gets to the train. The survivors are then taken to Kansas City prison where a mob of local yobs kills the remaining traitors, and then rescues the remaining tigers. One of the tigers decides not revert to his old ways and takes on each traitor one by one, eventually killing them all. With his final attack, Tiger finally manages to destroy the locomotive and the townspeople enjoy watching him sail off into sunset.