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I thought this film was worse than Plan 9 from Outer Space. Similarly to Edward Wood, the director will be very famous in the future, I am very confident of that.
I could learn to love this film if I thought it were a parody - but it isn't. Tragically.
Sets are woefully inadequate, acting with more wood than Tiger himself, comic bit-parts, abysmal script.... there is nothing redeeming except the undoubtedly gripping story, and the good resemblance of Tiger's screen mother to his real mum. Colin Montgomerie on the other hand...
Ooh, but the score covering the closing credits is highly entertaining!
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