Railroad Tigers

Denholm Elliott’s hit-and run vehicle chase film shows how the Tigerstrips are determined to save the world. The authorities aren’t sure whether they can stop The Terrorist’s Foot, an eco-terrorist organization that takes over a textile plant and terrorizes the town. Are the FBI agents and local law-men get the job done? Or will The Terrorists prevail?

Thirty years ago, during the Depression era, in Alabama the serial killer walked the streets, committing deadly and horrific crimes. He was after only one thing that was cash. The Terrorists Foot is Al Sweets. He wears a mask made of latex to blend in with the night-time darkness, but inside , he hides an extremely dangerous secret…

“I don’t know how he was able to get his hands on wool however, one day he snatched all the money from the bank vault,” said one of the town residents, Harry. “For some time, there was no one around, so I tried calling the bank to inform them that I was planning to transfer some cash to a friend in New York City. But they wouldn’t allow me. They told me that nobody could access the vaults without having a key. Therefore, I had to steal their key.” RPG

Harry and his fellow residents of the town fight against the monster. The Terrorist’s Feet enjoys an enormous support base from the locals. Many people believe that the serial killer is part of the group. The film provides the help of an unlikely hero, what happens when good people and bad people join forces against the common enemy.

Russell Brand plays the role of Al Sweets. Al is a small, weak, aging man who dreams of becoming a success like his hero, Sherlock Holmes (Craigentin). When a terrorist abducts Al, forcing him to work as an assistant for the truck driver on a cross-country journey, Al tries desperately to convince the authorities to free him. However, in the midst of all his efforts, he discovers that he is falling in love with another man.

moviefree8k Russell Brand turns in another outstanding performance as the master detective. However, his co-star Edward Hershey is perhaps better known for his work on television such as “That 70s Show” or “Thatchers Files.” Hershey is a more funny character than Russell Brand.

“Railroad Tigers” is not a movie for the squeamish. Although it has some violence, the movie remains within the limits of acceptable cinema fare. There are a few brief references to gore and death, but other than that the film plays it safe.

Overall, “Railroad Tigers” is perfect for those who like a good mystery, a little urban fantasy, and a good old-fashioned mystery for men. This movie will appeal to fans of Robert Townshend and David Estlin. It will disappoint anyone else. In the majority of cases, it is a decent action film that nearly anyone will enjoy.

The story begins in New York City as an escaped slave named Tiger finds his way into Chicago. He was coached by Cassius Marsh who appears to be a member of the Northside gang. He is determined to avenge his brother’s death which he believes to be a friend. It turns out, Cassius is also a former convict. As much as Tiger is seeking revenge however, he also has a personal grudge against the man who taught him to trade guns and made him who is who he is…the tiger.

A significant portion of the movie is reserved for the cat that the tiger is trying to kill. It’s a fun scene. One thing that might make it a little more memorable is if the cat were to say something like “You’re not the only one thinking this way …” or something similar.

Tiger eventually learns 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 nabs Calvin and they engage in a gun fight in which Calvin is shot in the leg. Tiger escapes and runs away when the police arrive.

Five years later, a group of outlaws, led by a criminal named Ross are attempting to rob the refinery which supplies the Union Pacific Railroad with the rails and weapons that Tiger needs. In the hope of locating the bounty, Sheriff Poole (Charles Bronson) and tracker Mike (Harold Rambo) join the gang and are both seriously injured. Tiger kills all but the conductor once the group finally makes it to the train. The remaining survivors are taken to the prison close to Kansas City, where a mob of local yobs kill the remaining traitors, and then rescue the remaining tigers. One of the tigers decides not return to his previous ways and takes on each traitor one by one, eventually killing them all. Tiger eventually defeats the locomotive and the town watch as he sails off into the sunset.