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Fire Serpent (2007)

Alien creatures emerge from the sun and attack Earth.

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Jake Relm
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Christina Andrews
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Dutch Fallon
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Cooke
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Heather Allman
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Billie
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Kohler
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Dave Massaro
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Young Dutch
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Donna Marks
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Alien creatures emerge from the sun and attack Earth.

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The Inferno is Upon us.

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Horror | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for some violent content | See all certifications »
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24 February 2007 (USA)  »

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Alien Fire  »

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$2,000,000 (estimated)
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During one of his lines Dutch (Randolph Mantooth) mentions he previously worked as a firefighter in Los Angeles County - in the 1970's TV series "Emergency," Randolph Mantooth played firefighter Johnny Gage, which took place in Los Angeles County, Station 51. See more »

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When the lieutenant is telling Relm & Andrews to leave the army base, he is standing at a chain-link fence but when he turns his head to the right & says "Fire suppression team on the double" he is suddenly standing in the back of a jeep & his head is turned to the left. See more »

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better than most sci-fil channels movies, BUT....
25 February 2007 | by (Apopka, Florida) – See all my reviews

I would not say this movie was akin to the usual sci-fi movies on Saturday night, but it won't be winning any awards either.

The writing was poor, however I believe the actors did the best they could with what they had – with the exception of the TV news crew women at the start. I found Nicholas Brendon's character to be the most 'believable' but they rest did as good as they could. I'm sorry but Beltran's character started off being poorly fleshed out, but by the end of the film he was over the top.

The SFX were not ILM worthy, but they were a hair better than most movies on the channel.

All in all, I found it watchable, but not very ripping. I will give the appropriate accolades to Mr. Brendon. He seems to have taken the part as far as he could with what he had. Better scripting and better directing by Shatner (although not nearly as bad as 'Star Trek: Generations' IMHO) may have made this just a wee bit better.


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