The Tiger Brigades
The film, set in 1912, is about the exploits of France's first motorized police brigade.
- Stars:Oto Brezina, Joe Coleman, Bob Dunsworth, Harvey Fisher, Derek Gaspar, Nathan Hall, Cooney Horvath, Tony Jay, Katherine Ramsland, Donna Rawlins, Garrett Shriver, Kasey Skinner, Ronni Trankel, Clovis Cornillac, Diane Kruger, Edouard Baer, Olivier Gourmet, Stefano Accorsi, Jacques Gamblin, Thierry Frémont, Léa Drucker, Aleksandr Medvedev, Gérard Jugnot, Didier Flamand, Philippe Duquesne, Richaud Valls, Pierre Berriau, Marc Robert,
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Glenn H (kr) wrote: Easily the best movie in the genre I've ever seen. Wonderful, wonderful story.
Caitlin L (us) wrote: Such an amazing story of overcoming obstacles.
Private U (ca) wrote: This was filmed on the farm my husband grew up on!
Tor M (fr) wrote: Great acting, superb music and fantastic cinematography! This is deep and dark (and rainy) and the movie it self is mysterious and demands your full attention. The dialogue is great and the chemistry between the two main actors are great - it's like noe one else is featuring in the flick! A bit surreal sometimes but at the same time it's very real. I'm angry with myself knowing I was a bit tired watching it, but I will see it again sometime, hopefully with the whole film and especially the ending fresh in mind.
CJ C (it) wrote: "It looks like a giant cockroach egg." Schlocky horror with ALIEN-esque monster. The monster is so bad they used a strobe light to make it appear alive lol. With popular 80's skank, Ann Turkel (who was married to Richard Harris.... o Dumbledore lol.)
Michael D (nl) wrote: An interesting and quite distinctive film about a foolhardy, budding politician embarking on an affair with a waitress. Godard-esque without the overwhelming intellectualism.
John M (ca) wrote: Seriously trippy early 70's war of the spouses, with Liz Taylor in fine and feisty form!
Steve G (es) wrote: It was hard to tell that the dead boy was dead, considering he was more mobile than his family. It was alright. Vampire was the best skit. Downer, though. The telephone one had potential, but went places that sullied it.
Augustine H (kr) wrote: Vietnam war is a disaster to both Vietnamese and Americans. The war scenes are unforgettable, so as the atrocities.
Jacob G (ca) wrote: As far as I'm concerned, this is the greatest courtroom drama ever made.