The Fire Next Time (TV Mini-Series 1993)

TV Mini-Series   |  Not Rated   |    |  Adventure, Drama, Sci-Fi


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2017: The greenhouse effect and global warming take their toll as droughts, floods, and hurricanes wreak mass destruction in a world gone mad, one family struggles to survive against all odds...

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13 June 1999 | Blossom-6
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| Please release this movie on video or show again on TV.
This was one of the better TV mini series that has been shown on TV this decade. I was mesmerized while watching it and still remember vividly how I thought this could really happen. Given recent weather, I don't believe I was far wrong. It is awesome how many things in this movie have already come to pass. If there is any way of viewing it by any means I would really like to hear about them. I'm also trying to find out if there was a book published on this title. I wish all TV was as entertaining and as lasting as this movie was.

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