Fire Down Below
Reviewed by DA' Reptyle
Rating: 5 Beans
irst off I don't like this movie. There I've said it. That should be enough for anyone who reads this.
I'm sure I don't have go into detail how Steven Seagal can't shoot armed gun man 30 feet away but can hit a road flare 30 feet in the air twice so that the second shoot puts the flame out. I dont have to tell you about the pain that this movie has brought to me and mine for the simple fact that the most dramtic scene in the movie was a 33 second Mack truck off a cliff scene (never seen a 33 second car off a cliff scene? good). Hell that truck was a better acter then 60% of the cast. I dont have to tell you why not too watch this movie, but here I go anyway.
Steven Seagal (Under Siege, Marked for Death) plays Jack Taggart who is an EPA agent sent to infestigate Toxic waste being dumped in the bare foot hills of some southern hick town. He meets up with Marg Helgenberger (Species II, My Fellow Americans) who plays Sarah Kellogg, who is said to of murdered her father when she was 16. She becomes the love intrest of our hero, or the closest thing too a hero. Then we have the stereo typical villan, Kris Kristofferson (The Joy Riders) who plays Orin Hanner, a rich million type whos been dumping nuclear waste into a mine of some small town. Although we are left clueless as to where this waste comes from since he owns a Casino, not an industrial factory, or power plant of some sort. I guess if you serve enough booz too someone anything can happen.
The real question is "How could you Steven"? I remember the days when he made films such as "Marked for Death" or "Hard to Kill" but this new enviromental crap? Look Stevie, just shut the hell up and kick some ass, thats all I ask for.
This is 105 minutes of pain so avoid it at all costs. Abandon all hope, ye who enter here.
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