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Fire Birds
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Directed By
David Green

Written By:
Dale Dye, Nick Thiel, Paul F. Edwards

Nicolas Cage, Tommy Lee Jones, Sean Young, Dale Dye, Mary Ellen Trainor, J.A. Preston, Peter Onorati, Bryan Kestner, Bryan Kestner

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Fire Birds (1990)
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Movie Review by Movie Addict
April 26th, 2007


I like Sean Young. She was hot, hot, hot in No Way Out, but totally wasted in this movie. Tommy Lee Jones is also one of my favorites, but. again he was wasted here. There just wasn't much for him to do in this formulaic movie about a c*cky pilot (Nickolas Cage) who had to come down a peg, and then saves the day. Wow! where have we seen that before? If you are going to have Apache helicopter action in support of an attack on the drug cartels, then lets see some more action that just Cage and the bad guy. Ho hum, we know how that is going to end.

I did see a couple of regular supporters in this flick that I like, but, all-in-all, it was just filler until something better came on.

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Apr 27, 2007 1:17 AM
I *vaguely* remember watching this movie. It's based on a true story, right?
Movie Addict
Apr 28, 2007 1:33 PM
I'm not sure, but I would guess it is likely.

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