Tigerland (2000)

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In 2000, Joel Schumacher moved away from Hollywood Blockbusters and produced an American Vietnam drama with a cast full of unknowns and character actors. Tigerland explores the effect of military training on young men from all walks of life. The film stars Colin Farrell as a reluctant and conflicted GI and the film follows in the vein of such anti-war classics as ATTACK! and The Hill but for all its plaudits at the time of release does the film hold up more than 2 decades later?

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Matthew Moss

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