Tiger Raid (2016) 1080p

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Genres:
Action | Crime
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Size:
1.75G
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1080p
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Language:
English  
Run Time:
92 min
IMDB Rating:
4.4 / 10 
MPR:
Normal
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Directors: Simon Dixon [Director] ,


Movie Description:
Two mercenaries ride a wave of pitch-black camaraderie as they travel through the desert night on their way to carry out a kidnapping in Iraq. As the raid progresses, their frenzied world turns in on itself as past misdeeds come to the surface, and violently threatening to tear them apart.

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Reviews

Film festival fare

Two unlikable lead characters and a far-fetched plot make what might have been a taut, claustrophobic psychological thriller into something rather dull and disengaging.

Smoldering? Yes, like a damp squib!

I just cannot understand why this film is generating 10* reviews. If constant yelling, bickering and swearing makes a good film then, yes, it's excellent but a poor plot, manufactured situations, some bizarre cut scenes and a set of most unlikely relationships makes this film depressing viewing along with 88 minutes I'll not get back.

I found myself hoping that it might just turn the corner and go instantly from mediocre to brilliant in an instant but it never happened and I just ended up not bothering whether, in the end, A killed B, B killed A or C killed them both. Just not bothered.......

Haunting

If you are expecting a straightforward thriller, don't watch this! It is a haunting psychological drama that will stay with you for days. For example, the casual violence displayed by Joe and Paddy while they were discussing the 'higher' things in life - love, politics, religion - I found truly disturbing.

I found that this film haunted me, that I spent time mulling over the characters and events, even considering different endings and the consequences for the characters.

My feelings about the main characters, Paddy and Joe, were in a constant state of flux as more was revealed about their pasts and personalities.

There are tremendous performances by all the actors, but especially Brian Gleeson and Damien Molony, giving real depth to the characters. They were ably supported by the beautiful, haunting soundtrack and wonderful visual camera work.
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