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Wildfire 7: The Inferno (2002)

A female prison inmate is recruited into a special fire fighting programme, only to find her expertise is needed sooner than expected

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Nell Swanson
Alexander Walters ...
Yeager
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Jo Jo
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Doc
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Park Ranger
Rheta Hutton ...
Mother
Marlene Worrall ...
Grandmother
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Superintendant McLean
Martin Christopher ...
Nick (as Christopher Martin)
Jilena Cori ...
Mrs. Plowder
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Television Reporter
Marilyn Mulldoon ...
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Jennifer Geiger ...
Sophie Swanson
Doug Abrahams ...
Super Mead
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A female prison inmate is recruited into a special fire fighting programme, only to find her expertise is needed sooner than expected

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1 November 2002 (USA)  »

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Sophie Swanson: Mom, I don't ever want you to leave me again.
Nell Swanson: I won't, I promise.
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Ridiculous... Appalling... Hilarious... Wildfire 7.
26 November 2006 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

I bought a copy of this on DVD in a video store in my hometown. The cover promised hilarity, and while the film is *murderously* slow for the first half (most of the hilarity coming only from the dialogue and the relationship between Nell and the 'Boss', who is a total hard-ass for the sole reason that the film needs one), things really pick up once the creepy Uncle Nick and the 8-bit, poorly-rendered hovering fires arrive. Films like these, when they hit their stride, are far funnier than any intentional comedy. Sadly, Wildfire 7 kind of wallows in mediocrity for the most part. The last half hour, though, is truly stunning.

A '6' in terms of it being laughably bad. A '1' if you pick this up expecting to see a half-decent movie (though really, why would you?).


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