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Manufacturer: 20th Century Fox
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Starring: Colin Farrell, Matthew Davis, Clifton Collins Jr., Tom Guiry, Shea Whigham
Directed By: Joel Schumacher

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Product Description:
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Audience Rating: R (Restricted)
Binding: DVD
Brand: Fox
Color: Color
EAN: 0024543016595
Edition: Special
Feature: 2001 - Tigerland - DVD
Format: Multiple Formats
Item Dimensions: Array
Label: 20th Century Fox
Languages: Array
Manufacturer: 20th Century Fox
Model: 2217813
MPN: MFR024543016595#VG
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Picture Format: Widescreen
Publication Date: 2014-09-23
Publisher: 20th Century Fox
Region Code: 1
Release Date: 2001-04-17
Running Time: 101
Studio: 20th Century Fox
Product Features:
2001 - Tigerland - DVD
Colin Farrell, Cole Hauser, Thomas Guiry
Director: Joel Schumacher - Widescreen
New - With Bonus Features
Editorial Review:
The DVD features Region 1 Encoding, enhancement for 16X9 TVs, audio commentary by the director, Colin Farrell's screen test, and a trailer.
Shot in the rough, 16-millimeter style of a low-budget documentary, Tigerland marked director Joel Schumacher's welcomed return to simplicity after a slew of bloated blockbusters like Batman & Robin. In revitalizing Schumacher's directorial talent, Tigerland--partially inspired by the Danish Dogme 95 movement of no-frills filmmaking--suggested that one solution to Hollywood's moribund "product" was to abandon excess, focus on essentials, and assemble a fine cast of unknown actors to make it all worthwhile. To that end, Tigerland also marked the deserving arrival of Irish actor Colin Farrell as Hollywood's hottest new discovery.

Its story never leaves U.S. soil, so Tigerland differs from such in-country Vietnam films as Platoon and Full Metal Jacket. Instead, it's about the anxieties and moral dilemmas that arise from the anticipation of death and killing. These roiling emotions are focused on the character of Private Bozz (Farrell), whose insubordination betrays a singular knack for leadership during infantry training at Fort Polk, Louisiana, in 1971. Part R.P. McMurphy and part Cool Hand Luke, Bozz is a defiant maverick, barely tolerated by his superiors, challenged or revered by his fellow grunts, and ultimately honed into a soldier of remarkable promise. An intense final week in the live-ammo training ground nicknamed "Tigerland" galvanizes the platoon and Bozz's place in it, and although the film (partially based on cowriter Ross Klavan's own experience) lacks the emotional impact of Platoon, it deals quite potently with the internal conflicts that must be waged before external warfare can be endured. --Jeff Shannon

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