Fire with Fire
- 1 hr 37 min
After completing a positive shift, fireman Jeremy Coleman, played by Josh Duhamel, is on his way to an evening of drinks and hanging out with his friends. He makes a pit stop at the store to pick up a few snacks, when his shopping experience is interrupted by an upset gangster who is bent on killing everyone in the store. Josh escapes, but takes a bullet as he runs away. His buddies step in and take him to the hospital and the shooter from the store, David Hagan, played by Vincent D'Onofrio is arrested. Because Jeremy is the only witness, he is brought to the station to identify the shooter. With very little persuasion, Jeremy agrees that he will be a witness to the murders, and he is immediately placed in witness protection. His movements are being monitored by the United States Marshall service, and he is spending his time in the New Orleans area. His close proximity to the Marshall service left the way open for him to develop a relationship with one of the female agents (Durham) and they used every opportunity they could to be together. Durham also spent time teaching Jeremy how to shoot, and it is on their return home after one of those practice sessions that they are ambushed. It is later discovered that the attempted assassination was aimed at both Jeremy and Durham, the latter because the two were getting close. It is determined by the Marshall service that Durham should be removed and Jeremy would need yet another identity, but while all this was going on, Jeremy gets a phone call on his cell phone from Hagan and the two end up exchanging threats against each other. Jeremy is no longer happy with the Marshall service, and decides to go it alone, and he slips through their fingers and begins planning his next move. This action movie is directed by David Barrett.