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Kristin Scott
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Ray Kulhanek
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Hank
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Barbara
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Chelsea
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Dan
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Trip Crandall
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Chief Bill Berry
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Meredith
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Donahue
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Douglas
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Taryn
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Kristin Scott is wrongfully blamed for the death of her father just prior to his retirement as a Captain with the fire department. Along with being the only female firefighter on her squad, this puts her at odds with the other members of her team and she resigns. To prove herself she tackles the grueling training of smoke jumping. This is a rugged type of firefighter who jumps out of airplanes directly into the flames. Written by DS

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Rated PG for peril including some disturbing images, language and thematic elements | See all certifications »
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27 September 2008 (USA)  »

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Raging Inferno  »

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It's just a movie, after all, so give it a break!!!
29 October 2010 | by See all my reviews

To those of you who are firefighters who review this movie, don't you think we already understand that it isn't realistic?? It's called poetic license, and it's done all the time. I don't mean any disrespect to your profession and I greatly appreciate the expertise that it takes to do your job, but can't we just appreciate it for what it is, an entertaining movie??? I'm a nurse and a former scientist, but I don't bag all the movies where I see inconsistencies with reality, I just take it that the producers haven't had the years of education it takes to fully understand the job, and enjoy the film. Give the movie a break. If you take it for what it is, it's quite enjoyable.


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