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Heading straight to the land of Dtv in the Us, the presence of Bruce Willis in a supporting role is undoubtedly the only reason why Fire With Fire was deemed worthy enough for a big-screen release over here. Make no mistake – this is future Channel 5 fodder, although a sub-standard episode of CSI offers more cinematic nourishment.

An unnecessarily convoluted plot sees a La fire-fighter named Jeremy (Josh Duhamel) witnessing a racially-motivated murder by Vincent D’Onofrio’s Aryan Brotherhood leader. Assigned to the case is a grizzled police detective (Bruce Willis) who believes his partner was murdered by the gang, and encourages Jeremy to testify. (Supposedly) laying low under witness relocation in New Orleans, the hunky fireman embarks on a relationship with a Us Marshal assigned to protect him (Rosario Dawson).

Before he knows it, near tragedy strikes (cue Duhamel’s sustained, slo-mo cry of “Nooooooooo!!!!” into an overhead camera »

- Adam Lowes

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