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Movie Info

In 2017, global warming has ravaged the planet. When a hurricane destroys his small Louisiana town, fisherman Drew Morgan (Craig T. Nelson) and his family head for rural New York, which has not yet been seriously affected by the changing climate. The family experiences many difficulties during their journey, as Drew's father, Frank (Richard Farnsworth), has a stroke, and his daughter, Linnie (Ashley Jones) and son, Paul (Justin Whalin) are both tempted to join militant organizations.

Cast & Crew

Bonnie Bedelia
Suzanne Morgan
Jürgen Prochnow
Larry Richter
Justin Whalin
Paul Morgan
Ashley Jones
Linnie Morgan
Shawn Toovey
Jake Morgan
Charlie Haid
Buddy Eckhard
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Critic Reviews for The Fire Next Time

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  • With an authoritative Craig T. Nelson as the father, The Fire Next Time may be a downer but could burn up the ratings.

    February 16, 2018 | Full Review…
  • With an authoritative Craig T. Nelson as the father, The Fire Next Time may be a downer but could burn up the ratings.

    February 16, 2018 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for The Fire Next Time

  • Feb 09, 2008
    Played on TV tonight....Flood catastrophe wipes out nearly a whole town! Craig T Nelson can act! Bedelia is wonderful too...as well as has a great body. Very Southern . The Amish way of life plays a significant part in restoration.
    Teresa S Super Reviewer
  • Jan 07, 2008
    Preachy futuristic disaster frilm repeatedly delivers a heavy-handed environmental message. As a result of global warming, coastal towns are flooding while plains dry up. Amidst this, Craig T. Nelson tries to reunite his estranged family. Unbelievable plot twists.
    Dean M Super Reviewer
  • Oct 23, 2007
    When I first saw this movie on TV, I freaked out a little because I thought it was prophetizing the Louisiana Levee beak. As the movie went on, I realized this was supposed to occur 24 years into the future and it ended up being a sub-par disaster flick.
    Ida K Super Reviewer

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