PG-13 | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A firefighter, injured and trapped in a burning building, has flashbacks of his life as he drifts in and out of consciousness. Meanwhile, fellow firefighters led by the Chief attempt to rescue him.
Every fire scene in the film depicts an actual firefighting incident somewhere in the USA. The scene where Jack Morrison is rescuing the civilian trapped on the 20th story ledge was an incident in New York City, where an acquaintance of Tim Guinee (Tony ... ...
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Chief Kennedy: What do you think I do at the firehouse?
When the large explosion occurs while Jack is in the warehouse, you see the floor cave in under his feet, immediately followed by Jack sliding in. In the next close-up scene, Jack is obviously on the slope struggling to stay on that floor and not fall into the newly created hole. In the next scene, you see the floor is again whole, then caves in, and once more you see Jack start to slide down the angled floor toward the hole.
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