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Fire Down Below

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When an EPA representative is discovered dead in a small Midwestern town, government agent Jack Taggart goes undercover to check things out. He then investigates a Kentucky mine and helps locals stand up for their rights. 
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Jam! Movies
Unless you're in the market for boredom, skip this one.
February 06, 2002
Film.com
Seagal barely works up a sweat... He certainly doesn't work up any drama.
January 01, 2000
DVDLaser
The eco-hero who strikes fear in the heart of every polluting industrialist and sighs of pity in the heart of every fashion designer, Steven Seagal, takes his act to the backwoods of Kentucky
June 14, 2007
Kalamazoo Gazette
Marg Helgenberger plays Jack's love interest, the kind of tormented backwoodsy recluse Helen Reddy used to sing songs about. The stultifying aw-shucks courtship between the two is like a nightmarish version of 'The Bridges of Madison County'...
June 23, 2002
Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
Fire Down Below is an action film that's deadly slow and stupid -- like most of the mountain people portrayed in the film.
June 23, 2004
Film Journal International
You have to give Seagal points for having his heart in more or less the right place, but Fire Down Below is a hugely silly movie.
January 01, 2000
Washington Post
As a movie, it's a piece of drivel.
January 22, 2002
Film.com
One big self-distraction and nothing that vaguely resembles a real film.
January 01, 2000
ReelViews
By-the-book stuff, but that's what's expected whenever the name 'Steven Seagal' tops the marquee.
January 01, 2000