Movie Review for Firefox
An 80s movie about a man on a mission to steal a missile jet. Former Vietnam Vet is sent to retrieve a powerful Russian missile jet.
DVD ReleaseThe DVD for the movie Firefox was released on October 1, 2002 by Warner Home Video and is rated PG.
Firefox is the name of a Russian fighter jet, one that is powerful enough to destroy anything just by using your thoughts and not your hands. It can also ambush its enemies because it never appears on radar.
Vietnam War pilot Mitchell Gant, is the man that is sent to steal the fighter jet in the movie Firefox. He succeeds and can control the entire Soviet Union with the Firefox. What he does not know is that they Soviets have a backup plan that is equally powerful.
Mitchell Gant - Clint Eastwood
Kenneth Aubrey - Freddie Jones
Buckholz - David Huffman
Pavel Upenskoy - Warren Clarke
Semelovsky - Ronald Lacey
Colonel Kontarsky - Kenneth Colley
General Vladimirov - Klaus Lowitsch
Pyotr Baranovich - Nigel Hawthorne
First Secretary - Stefan Schnabel
General Brown - Thomas Hill
Major Lanyev - Clive Merrison
Lt. Colonel Voskov - Kai Wulff
Natalia - Dimitra Arliss
Walters - Austin Willis
Captain Seerbacker - Michael Currie
TriviaClint Eastwood studied the Russian language in order to perfect his role of Mitchell Gant in the movie Firefox.
The movie Firefox was inspired by real life events from the 1970s.
80's Film Facts:
The Movie Firefox was released to theatres on 06/18/1982 by Warner Bros., and grossed $45,785,720 at the box office in the US on a budget of $8,000,000.
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