Fire with Fire

Fire with Fire

A fireman takes an unexpected course of action when a man whom he's been ordered to testify against – after being held up at a local convenience store – threatens him.

A firefighter takes an unexpected course of action in order to get is life back and save the lives of those he loves after a neo-Nazi murderer that he has been ordered to testify against threatens him. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Fire with Fire torrent reviews

Phillip D (ag) wrote: MacGruber has a few laughs and I really do understand and know the parody source material so I see a bit more of them then others. However, MacGruber just isn't very funny, ending out like a poorly done Don't Mess With The Zohan.

Muntasim T (ag) wrote: A decent attempt at emulating the ambience of the 40's noir films and books, complete with a tough as nails P.I, psychotic villains, femme fatales and violence interspersed with terse one lines. Enjoyable for the genre fans.

Kristen P (mx) wrote: Every performer watch this.

Deb S (kr) wrote: Richard Gere plays Jack Moore is a TV executive who visits China to broker a satellite communication's deal with some Chinese businessmen. After the agreement is made, he celebrates with his new business friends and ends up taking the daughter of a Chinese Diplomat up to his hotel room where they spend a passionate night together. The next morning Jack wakes up to find her dead, and he is arrested for her brutal murder. At the mercy of the strict Chinese court system - where one is guilty until proven innocent Jack finds his entire world is turned upside down. Bai Ling plays his defense attorney who tries to convince the Chinese authorities of his innocence when she unearths puzzling contradictions in the case. She joins him in a pulse-pounding race to find the true killer... while both of their lives hang in the balance!

Jessica M (es) wrote: If you are a sailor and have sailed in the caribbean, than this really hits home. The jokes get funnier the more you watch it.

The Critic (fr) wrote: An intriguing sequel to 'Westworld' (1973) that might not match its predecessor's thrills, but is nonetheless a competent cat-and-mouse tale, with likeable leads Peter Fonda and Blythe Danner conveying enough chemistry to have us cheering for them. Creative set designs and excellent special effects (it was the first feature film to contain CGI) also make this a visual treat, but it was panned by critics and unloved by moviegoers upon its initial release.

Augustine H (ru) wrote: The final film of Rossellini's War Trilogy, Germany Year Zero is undoubtedly the darkest and the most tragic, for it has included elements of patricide, child abuse, suicide and the devastation of people. However, it is viewed from Germany's angle, telling us that despite such pathetic is rooted from fanatic Fascism, no one could hide themselves from the predicament from wars. The saddening ending reveals Rossellini's philosophy and sympathy, which has also influenced the later French New Wave Cinema.

Raelene S (ag) wrote: Comedy, Drama, Jimmy Stewart can't ask for much else

Kevin C (ru) wrote: Movie night with Iris.Yes the tech is dated, although we're all thumb printing to access our iPhones now. But this remains a really good piece of Sci Fi with a strong story at it's heart.

David P (gb) wrote: The best 4-wall movie I've ever seen. My eyes were glued to the screen as the man's story unfolded. An absolute must-see for any cinephile.

Philip E (kr) wrote: Felt kind of let down watching this movie

Stephen J (us) wrote: By the end, I was burnt. There was a recipe for potential in the screenplay, but it was botched by flavorless execution and a bland conclusion. It's been a few months since I've watched Burnt; looking back, all I can remember is Bradley Cooper swearing, Bradley Cooper melting down, lots of actors saying "Yes Chef," and then more Bradley Cooper swearing. I like Cooper, I really do. And I really wanted to like this movie, I really did. It had its moments, but when everything was said and done, I sent this one back to the kitchen.