Fire Down Below (1997)Action
September 5, 1997
Rated R for violence and language
The long rows of rolling, green hills that compose the countryside of Southeastern Kentucky seem to stretch forever. This tranquil splendor is a true piece of rural America's heritage. But now, this rustic landscape faces certain destruction from a deadly secret that has been buried far beneath its surface for years.
Federal Environmental Protection Agency (E.P.A.) Marshal Jack Taggart has set out on assignment to avenge the ruthless killing of a trusted colleague. Following the... Full synopsis »
Steven Seagal made a mark in Under Siege, but since then, there hasn't been a movie of his that has even come close. Even Under Siege 2: Dark Territory looks like an Oscar winner compared to his other movies. Just recently, I saw On Deadly Ground, also starring Seagal, and thought that was his worst, until I saw Fire Down Below. Almost identical in plot, I realized just how pathetic Seagal movies were and how he does the exact same thing in every one with slight plot and setting variations. Full movie review »