Tiger Raid :- Watch Tiger Raid on Youtube on Fire,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. Tiger Raid is one of those maddening films that smolders but never burns.Its frustrating watching this film as excellent performances are handed in by the cast. Performances made more impressive when you consider that the majority of the interaction takes place between two key characters, mostly in small enclosed spaces.There is so much potential in this film for a mercenary Middle Eastern take on a Usual Suspects meets Reservoir Dogs, hybrid mix. Sadly, the smoldering tension that builds and the questions that start to come to the surface, never ignite in a meaningful way. Instead, what is offered up, for the most part, feels nihilistic and empty. I know that’s a message, in itself but it feels more than a little rhetorical, given the “money for hire killers” context.In my opinion, an admirable effort from the cast but the script leaves much to be desired. Seven out of ten from me.While on a covert mission, two cold blooded mercenaries form an unlikely bond as they race across the desert in the dead of night. When their violent and desperate world implodes, past atrocities come to the surface threatening to tear each of them apart.Brian Gleeson (Show White and the Huntsman), Damien Molony (Kill Your Friends), and Sofia Boutella (Star Trek Beyond) offer stunning performances as the inhabitants of director Simon Dixon’s dark and arid, seemingly unpopulated desertscape. Dixon surrounds these complex and troubled characters in haunting imagery and immersive sound design. As the true nature of their mission becomes clear, betrayals accumulate; no one emerges innocent in this disturbing action-thriller.
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Release: 7 October 2016 (UK)
IMDB Rating: 6.6/10
Director: Simon Dixon
Stars: Sofia Boutella, Rory Fleck Byrne, Brian Gleeson