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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Ethan's rating of the film Firefox

    This just didn't work for Clint Eastwood. It has interesting plot but it is pretty stale.

  2. Lights in the Dusk's rating of the film Firefox

    A shaggy dog effort that mixes scenes of suspenseful & often beautifully staged espionage with lengthy special effect sequences of the protagonist sitting in front of a blue screen. While both parts of the film still contain some exceptional moments, Firefox never finds a level of consistency. As actor & director, Eastwood seems to be taking things very seriously, but his co-stars chew the scenery out from under him.

  3. Andrew Miller's rating of the film Firefox

    I remember seeing this in the theater as a kid, and realizing that I didn't grasp (and still don't) the enduring appeal of the Eastwood screen presence.

  4. Scorpio Velvet's rating of the film Firefox

    One of his few solid action films he's worked on - Clint takes us on a flight to Russia and must take their more powerful jet. The film may seem to be slow, but its plot can be easy to follow as for the acting being good and for having some brilliant action-packed moments. Plus Maruice Jarre's score sounds exciting & John Dykstra provides some neat visual effects since STAR WARS. Another favorite of mine by Clint.

  5. chanandre's rating of the film Firefox

    Mozilla's gonna be pissed :P

  6. 4LOM's rating of the film Firefox

    In der UdSSR des Jahres 1982 mußte man sich also alle 50 Meter ausweisen. Dieser Film über jene KGB-Arbeitsbeschaffungsmaßnahme ist allerdings nur eher mäßig spannend.

  7. Christopher R. Smith's rating of the film Firefox

    Pretty dull Clint Eastwood vehicle is for the most part an unremarkable and uninvolving Cold War thriller, before becoming a credibility-stretching (though not in an entertaining way) action film. Overlong, all but devoid of tension, and burdened by some unconvincing special effects - this is easily one of Eastwood's more forgettable efforts.