Set in 1971, at Tigerland, a U.S. Army training camp during the mid-1960s to early 1970s located at Fort Polk, Louisiana, a young man tries to fight the military system only to find it fighting back in unexpected ways. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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Tigerland torrent reviews
Jamie C (it) wrote: This is the first of the new wave Romanian cinema I've seen. Really good, beautifully shot, but slow going (a bit like police work).
Lucas M (it) wrote: Entertaining and funny, Welcome to Collinwood is a nice film to watch, but certainly is very weak and poor; what make the original Italian classic comedy "I Soliti Ignoti" much more better.
Michael S (ca) wrote: The darkest musical ever made? This film seems to one up itself every time you think the protagonist has hit rock bottom.
Scott U (es) wrote: Builds slowly but the last third is a fantastic unfolding that justifies the slow beginning. In any low budget suspense/ drama the ground rule is that the character logic justifies that actions given the environment and scenario and pusher succeeds 100% here.
Lauren D (jp) wrote: Eh it was ok. Nothing special about it, but it didn't bore me as most other silents do.
Geir F (it) wrote: A surprisingly level headed war movie, especially given the time it was made. It's a bit on the slow side, but it could also be argued that the extended running time gives some of the more intense scenes a chance to build up real suspense. The Japanese enemy is painted as cardboard thin representations of evil, but that's to be expected. (The truly atrocious attempts at Japanese dialog grates, though.) Otherwise, a pretty solid flick. Well worth spending 121 minutes on.
Agustn S (fr) wrote: As realistic and honest as it is heartwarming and funny, 500 Days of Summer is a movie with an outstanding personality and an engrossing narrative, all enhanced by it's excellent pacing, smart direction and fitting soundtrack.
Bruno V (kr) wrote: A Real cool Travolta i've seen here ! Great action , fun conversations at times ! SOMDVD
Ethan L (kr) wrote: Not especially unique. C