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Wildfire 7: The Inferno | Full Action Drama Movie ctm magazine

**This film is under license from Vision Films Inc. All rights reserved**

Wildfire 7: The Inferno – A female prison inmate is recruited into a special fire fighting programme, only to find her expertise is needed sooner than expected.

Stars: Tracey Gold, Alexander Walters, Ellen Dubin

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  • Justtubingby on February 14, 2021

    Tracy does not fit the part at all.

  • Justtubingby on February 14, 2021

    "Severe malnutrition" speech after a few hours in the woods 🙄

  • D.R. Ramirez on February 15, 2021

    Great movie. I love Tracy

  • M. Joey McGrath on February 19, 2021

    I liked the Story and how they wrote it . Tracey Gold's character had to Earn herself a ticket out of Prison and if you have Determination you can accomplish it, if you have Good attitude.

  • Shola King on February 20, 2021

    Great movie. It's there a part two?

  • Wayne Wiperi on February 28, 2021

    Very cool movie respect to people who do this. 💝👍

  • Joni on March 2, 2021

    This film was quite realistic and had a good storyline. I also love the way that some film companies can still make a film with no swearing! It just means they need a good script with adequate language…

  • Nakima Geimausaddle on March 19, 2021

    i would like to honor nine hotshots from a Hotshot crew based in Prineville, OR. Fourteen people died, including the nine hotshots from a crew based in Prineville. perished in the fire. Thirty-five people lived.

    The initial ground attack on the mountain had started at 6:30 a.m. July 5 with small U.S. Bureau of Land Management crews known as "fire chasers" assembled from local ranks, including a 28-year-old squad boss named Michelle Ryerson.

    Later that day, the first group of U.S. Forest Service smokejumpers parachuted in, including Sarah Doehring, 34, one of only nine women smokejumpers out of 450 nationwide.

    At noon on July 6, the 20-person Prineville Hotshots crew from Oregon arrived at the staging ground — including 23-year-old Alex Robertson.

    Less than five hours later at 4:13 p.m., nearly half of the Prineville firefighters and three smokejumpers were dead, overrun by flames on the mountain's west flank. Two helicopter crew firefighters also died, overrun in a nearby draw.

    Robertson, Doehring and Ryerson survived. Twenty years later, they all remain in the fire service.

    They say they've worked for the past two decades to address bad communication and other safety blunders that occurred during the South Canyon fire.

    Thirty-five people lived.

    In Memory of the Prineville, Oregon Hotshots and their dedication to preserving life…I send out this salute!

  • Jeremiah Gabriel on April 12, 2021

    Never did understand the abusive negative reinforcement style teaching techniques of militaristic spaces.
    I mean it must work somehow for some folks (though whether it does them irreparable mental harm later in life as a result, is a separate conversation) but it would not work for me. Jeez.

    That said, really good film 🎥

  • Jeff Padgett on April 13, 2021

    Tracey Bronze

  • Sandie Kelley on April 16, 2021

    it is surprising what you will eat when nothing better is handy. Just make sure to squish out the poop from the earth worms before you eat them.

  • Chris on April 16, 2021

    My first love played in this film the small girl Jennifer Geiger. Good for her.

  • fire1209 on April 16, 2021

    one thing wildland firefighters do not go inside buildings to search for people

  • Tommy Simmons on April 18, 2021

    Someone explain how the 2 dude's and girls are still hiking around and not smell the smoke….

  • A K. on May 4, 2021

    I've been a wildland firefighter for 4 years. This movie is very unrealistic. First of all, we dont fight structure fires, thats the local fire department, not us, even if we get called to a structure fire, we just watch for spot fires, if its in a wooded or brushy area. Smoke from a burning building is very toxic, and we dont carry masks, we stay back, out of the smoke.

  • Tarah Doran on May 9, 2021

    Really enjoyed this film gives us a insight into what these brave people do good film an story thank you.

  • Marilyn Halelamien on May 23, 2021

    great story. Justice to Mom Nell.

  • Andrew Werner on May 28, 2021

    Wow ads

  • Rosemary Parsons on May 28, 2021

    Great movie !!! Must watch it! X

  • Steve on June 11, 2021

    Respect to ALL firefighters of all Nations.

  • Nancy Garza on June 13, 2021

    Good movie

  • Aslami Jesorin on July 14, 2021

    The fast eyelash suddenly practise because cost intialy charge without a accurate lute. attractive, guiltless skiing

  • SsgtMcNasty1 on July 30, 2021

    It's seriously cringey….but at least they had decent consultants.

  • Mary on August 23, 2021

    I really liked this movie! Not only did she save the lives of everyone in the woods that day but she gained the respect of her inlaws and was enabled to see her little girl again. I love these kinds of movies!

  • Larry Gribaudo on August 23, 2021

    Why can't they make a dust & dirt blower to put out the fires, Put it on a tractor or truck, with a grinder to make loose dirt and a large blower to put out the fire??? It's better than water.

  • Gwen West on August 28, 2021

    Starring Amy Schumer

  • Niklas Enblom on September 14, 2021

    PHENOMENAL MOVIE!! 👍👍❤️❤️ 🔥 🔥 We love you first responders!!

  • ELOISHA SHALOM on September 17, 2021

    “When the heavens are shut up and there is no rain because your people have sinned against you, and when they pray toward this place(EAST- BEIT HA'MIQDASH-YAHRUSHALAYIM) and give praise to your name (YOD HEI WAW HEI-"YH") and turn from their sin because you have afflicted them, then hear from heaven and forgive the sin of your servants, your people Israel. Teach them the right way to live, and send rain on the land you gave your people for an inheritance.

  • K9 on September 25, 2021

    Tracey Gold clearly worked out for this movie.

  • SUJADEEPAN on October 17, 2021

    I own it on DVD (ENG Camera) .

  • Kathie Tratnik on October 17, 2021

    This is one excellent movie. I remember seeing it before but was glad to see it again. Tracy Gold never disappoints.

  • Karen Tucker on October 24, 2021

    Very good movie!! Thanks for uploading!!

  • Niklas Enblom on October 28, 2021

    I remember The Camp Fire. Horrifying.

  • Lisa Marie Ashby on November 17, 2021

    So what happened with the guy that they were pulling on the stretcher, when they crossed the tree that they knocked down? Never saw anyone get him over the bridge. He was just magically there when they made camp that night.

  • Niklas Enblom on November 17, 2021

    Tracy Gold is a great actress.

  • KaKel53 on November 25, 2021

    "The Inferno" brought back stories that my son, a four-year wildland firefighter in Oregon, used to share with me… Like all movies, however, much of the interactions with the fire scenes, was nothing more than Hollywood stuff, and especially the part where they deployed and then laid down under the fire shelters (the aluminum blanket type covers). These shelters can save lives if the fire isn't too intense, but the fire in this movie was very intense. But even if the fire hadn't been intense, it was clear that they didn't know how to use fire shelters! Having said this, even if they had known how to use them, it would have been unlikely that they could have survived in that type and intensity of a fire. There were several other situations that were also unlikely that made the movie less believable. It would have been a more believable if they'd had wildland firefighters there to advise them.

  • Wayne Maclean on December 21, 2021

    Here in Montana when there is a fire.The Native Americans are separated from everyone else. There is still allot of racism here when it comes to the Native Americans in Montana.I know a fire fighter here.He had been near some Native fire fighters.He told me they were nuts.They would be jumping threw flames. Just real tough people when it comes to fighting a wildfire.They treat the fire as if their own home was on fire and their family is stuck inside. I have great respect for them

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