The movie Denholm Elliott’s hit-and-run vehicle chase film illustrates how the Tigerstrips are determined save the world. However, when an eco-terrorist gang called The Terrorist’s Foot takes over an industrial textile plant and begins terrorizing the town, authorities aren’t sure if they’ll be able stop the tigers on their own. Will the FBI agents and local law enforcement personnel be able succeed? Or will The Terrorists triumph?
Thirty years ago, in the Depression-era of Alabama A deranged serial killer walked the streets, perpetrating sadistic and fatal crimes. He wanted money. Al Sweets is the Terrorists’ Foot. To blend in with the night’s darkness, the man wears a latex mask but he conceals an extremely dangerous secret…
Harry, who was a resident of the town, told me that he did not know how he obtained the wool. However he did steal all the money from the vault of the bank. “For some time, there was no one in the area, so I tried calling the bank to tell them that I was planning to wire some cash to one of my friends in New York City. But they wouldn’t allow me. They told me that nobody could gain access to the vaults without having a key. So I had to take the key.” – RPG
Harry and the other residents of the town fight against the monster. The Terrorist’s Feet has a large base of support from the locals. Many residents believe that the serial killer is part of the group. However, with the help an unlikely hero, the film offers a look at what can happen when good people and evil people join forces against the common enemy.
Russell Brand plays the title role of Al Sweets. Al is a small, weak and aging man who hopes to become successful and wealthy 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 rescue him. Al realizes that he’s in love with a different man despite all his efforts.
Russell Brand turns in another outstanding performance as the master sleuth. However his co-star Edward Hershey is perhaps better known for his TV work, such as “That 70s Show” or “Thatchers Files.” Hershey is a more funny character than Russell Brand.
“Railroad Tigers,” is not for those who aren’t able to handle it. Although it has some violence, the film manages to keep within the acceptable limits of cinema fare. There are a few brief references to gore and death however, other than that, the film is safe.
Overall, “Railroad Tigers” is perfect for those who like the thrill of a good mystery, little urban fantasy, and a good old-fashioned man’s mystery tale. The film will appeal to those who love Robert Townshend and David Estlin. Otherwise, it will most likely disappoint. It’s an enjoyable action film that anyone can enjoy.
The story begins in New York City as an escaped slave named Tiger finds his way into Chicago. He has been taught by a man named Cassius Marsh, and appears to be part of the Northside group of seasoned thieves and killers. He seeks revenge for the death of his brother, who he considers a close friend. It is discovered that Cassius is also a former prisoner. ดูหนีัง Tiger is not only seeking revenge, but he also holds a grudge against Cassius, the man who taught him how trade guns and made him who is today the Tiger.
A good bit of the movie is reserved for the cat that the tiger attempts to kill. It’s an enjoyable scene. It could be more memorable if the cat said something like “You are not the only one thinking this way …”” or something similar.
Then Tiger discovers that the head of the Northside gang, Calvin Finley (Eddie Murphy) is seeking his head due to the money he owed him for the services he rendered to the railroad. He is able to capture Calvin and has a gun battle with him during which Calvin is wounded in the leg. Tiger manages to get away and flees while police are called.
Five years later, a band of outlaws, including a deranged criminal known as Ross try to rob the refinery which provides the Union Pacific Railroad with the rails and weapons Tiger needs to continue his journey. Two other men named Sheriff Poole (Charles Bronson) and tracker Mike (Harold Rambo) join the gang to snare the treasure, and both end up getting seriously injured. Tiger kills everyone except the conductor once the group finally makes it to the train. The remaining survivors are taken to the prison in Kansas City, where a mob of local yobs kill the remaining traitors, and then rescue the remaining tigers. One of the tigers decides to not revert to his old ways and attacks each traitor one by one, ultimately killing them all. With his final attack, Tiger finally manages to shoot down the locomotive and the townspeople watch him sail off into the sunset.