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Fire: Nature Unleashed (2004)

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As the latest volume in the Nature Unleashed series of high-adrenaline, direct-to-video thrillers (all built around natural disasters),Nature Unleashed: Fire concerns an inexperienced park ranger, Jake (Terminal Virus'sBryan Genesse). The young man's first mission -- to rescue a group of lost hikers in mid-forest -- takes a deadly and potentially fatal turn when he unknowingly leads the pack into a methane filled cave and the group finds itself not only ensconced by flames, but overcome by deadly gas. Jam-packed with pulse-pounding suspense and cliffhanging action, Nature Unleashed: Fire co-stars Ross McCall and Melanie Lewis.

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½

Now this is what I'm talking about! After coming off of bores like Avalanche and Earthquake, this was a breath of fresh air. This film doesn't take itself entirely seriously, and it was obvious the cast and crew were well aware they were in a low-budget film, so they just decided to have fun with it. There are dirt bike action scenes, neat stunts, okay acting, and there's even a killer in the film who is a fat guy named Tiny! This film is no masterpiece, but I had a lot of fun watching it because it knew exactly what it was and it knew how to have fun.

Keenan Sullivan
Keenan Sullivan

Not worth watching - the characters were unlikable, and the movie felt repetitive, the same scenes and scenarios over and over and over. I'd say you'd be better off making a bonfire and throwing dolls around in it, much more entertaining than watching a group of cocky bikers wheeling around in a burning forest on bikes that sounded like a cat in heat. The special effects were okay, not the greatest in the world (the first fireball looked a little like a distorted plasma orb chromakeyed over your grandma's gelatin. The make-up was pretty good, and I found Tiny to be hilariously entertaining, seemingly immortal throughout most of the movie, basically may as well have been a zombie.

Janey  Stephens
Janey Stephens
½

Better than I was expecting from The Nature Unleashed series from 2004. (Avalanche, Earthquake, Tornado, Volcano and Fire) This one is better acted than the others, not that I would say well acted though. Some of the characters are very annoying. Cheaply made, The plot is rather stupid.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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