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Inferno (1998)

PG-13 | | Action, Drama | TV Movie 29 October 1998
Scorching disaster movie starring James Remar (Dexter). When a huge fireball hurtles towards the Earth the authorities have only hours to react before temperatures soar beyond human tolerance.

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Gen. Craig Maxwell (as Daniel Von Bargen)
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Will Dezmond
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Ryan Tibbet
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Lt. Sympson (as Fredric Lane)
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Eddie
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Distraught Mother (as Sharisse Baker)
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Dr. Heller
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Harry
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Frieda
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Dennis Creaghan ...
Fire Chief
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Paramedic
Bryn Erin ...
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Scorching disaster movie starring James Remar (Dexter). When a huge fireball hurtles towards the Earth the authorities have only hours to react before temperatures soar beyond human tolerance.

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Earth's Last Day In The Sun See more »

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Action | Drama

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29 October 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Das große Inferno  »

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1.33 : 1
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When the soldier fires a grenade into the warehouse, the entire floor erupts in flame, as though a gasoline bomb has just been set off. The grenade fired is a 40mm grenade from an M203. 40mm grenades do not explode in this fashion. See more »

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A disappointment
27 January 2002 | by See all my reviews

Incredibly stupid.

This could have become a good movie. The basic story IS good. Instead, it focuses on a few stereotypical characters that seem to come from a Donald Duck magazine. To continue the analogy with Disney, the crime-story in the movie is at the Mickey-Mouse level, and the metaphors and symbolism like in Three Little Pigs.

And they really tried to squeeze in everything: There is the Love Story, the man worried about his relatives, the bank robbery, the man-to-man-fight between soldiers &c.

Not to mention all the plot holes... A dangerous enemy to intelligence in your living-room. Hopefully, it's not contagious.

  • And, of course, in the end, we have to say a prayer! May they never do this kind of movie again. Amen.


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