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Man on Fire
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Directed By
Tony Scott

Denzel Washington, Christopher Walken, Dakota Fanning, Marc Anthony, Giancarlo Giannini, Rachel Ticotin, Mickey Rourke

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Man on Fire (2004)
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Movie Review by William
April 19th, 2010

Friendship and Revenge

Favorite Movie Quote: ""The Gunshot hold no Fears""

Denzel Washington and Dakota Fanning are perfect in a film about friendship and revenge. Washington stars as John Creasy, a former operative who believes that he has nothing left in life. When he visits Mexico, country where kidnappings are a common thing, sees an old friend named Rayburn, played by Christopher Walkin. Rayburn gets him a job as bodyguard, who has to protect a girl named Pita Ramos, played by the adorable Dakota Fanning, the daughter of Samuel Ramos, who is financially in trouble. At first, Creasy and Pita sort of get off to a bad start, even though Pita wants to become friends with him. Quickly enough the two become very close friends, as well as his humanity. But when Pita gets kidnapped and reportedly killed, he becomes madder and unleashes his rage against those that were involved. This movie turns out to be one of my favorites in only about a month. When you watch this film, you won't be able to put it down, just like I couldn't.

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