Code Name: Tiger

Code Name: Tiger

A Turkish ambassador arrives in Paris to sign an important trade agreement, allowing Turkey to buy a sophisticated new war plane from France. Immediately he is the target of an assassin, and a special agent is assigned to protect him.

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Code Name: Tiger torrent reviews

Jc L (ag) wrote: didn't know Luke Goss played in Hell Boy 2, but he's pretty cool...this movie wasnt too bad..a little cliche` but some fresh faces helped

Danielle K (jp) wrote: An odd choice for Steve Buscemi. While Virgil has his moments, John is a slow-paced, bland lead role in this uneventful comedy.

Emily W (ru) wrote: Great movie, great ending. Loves it.

Julia L (us) wrote: As much as I love the 1990s, some pretty crappy stuff also came out of it. This film is one of them.

Daniel T (es) wrote: watched it again for the first time in over 15years. "chill out mr spock!" haha brought back memories.

Orlok W (es) wrote: True Story of Cops, Robbers and the justice system--Intrigruing, gripping, and emotionally entertaining!!

Ian M (it) wrote: I tracked this down after seeing Black Book (Zwartboek) which Paul Verhoeven also directed. Some great actors in this film and they do a great job of telling the story of the Dutch Resistance.

Jonathan B (us) wrote: As Hollywood blockbusters from the 1970s go, this one has disaster written all over it and for all the wrong reasons. It is bloody awful....toe curlingly so in places. There's so much wrong here from the acting to the script to the plot to the direction. There's a dreadful piece of miscasting where we are supposed to believe that Ava Gardener is Lorne Greene's daughter. Greene would have been 7 years old when he supposedly sired Ms Gardner and no make-up artist could ever disguise the fact. We also have to put up with a pre-Dallas Victoria Principal sporting a dreadful nylon afro wig as a highly unlikely street-wise moll, held captive by a lunatic soldier. We also have the bizarrely unnecessary character of a drunk played by Walter Matthau who pops up in nasty 1970s fashions and is given precisely nothing to do. The derisery script made me howl with laughter with corny lines like "Do you know who owns that hedge you just wrecked? I'm gonna tell you Slade. It's Zsa Zsa Gabor!" I really can't believe Mario Puzo wrote that one. It seems highly improbable that were Los Angeles levelled by a major tremor that the roads would remain so miraculously clear and able to carry traffic. It is also inconceivable that in the aftermath of a quake, the authorities would house the homeless and set up a makeshift hospital in the basement of an unstable tower block. The effects of the quake are quite well done but as the polystyrene rocks and cardboard girders rain down, there is little sense of peril or danger.

Alan W (gb) wrote: This is a good movie

Scott R (kr) wrote: One of the best musicals ever.

Greg W (de) wrote: the 'it' girl clara bow plus the first oscar winner 4 best picture lastly, try 2 spot a very young gary cooper in a bit part just starting out.

bill s (mx) wrote: The sad part is Willis actually has made worse movies than this clumsy offering.

Zahid C (ca) wrote: Day: TuesdayDate: 3 Jun 2014Time: 9.30 pmWith: MaaOn: HDTV

Ravi N (us) wrote: A movie that makes you hungry!

logan w (kr) wrote: very great movie highly recommended