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Ladder 49

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While waiting for a rescue from without, firefighter Jack Morrison, trapped in a burning warehouse with a broken leg, flashes back to various events in his life: the first, awkward days on the force, meeting the woman who would become his wife and saving a small girl from a burning building.
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CRITICS OF "Ladder 49"
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Christianity Today
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October 25, 2006

A well-crafted tribute to the many dedicated firefighters who risk life and limb to make our world a little safer.
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Common Sense Media

December 25, 2010

Unabashed love letter to firefighters everywhere.
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Washington Post
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October 01, 2004

Offers audiences a real rarity in theaters these days: a good, honest cry.
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www.kcactive.com
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July 25, 2005

...has about the same amount of depth as an article from 'Boy's Life.'
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Washington Post
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October 01, 2004

Even the best scenes feel canned, secondhand, packaged. We've seen this all before.
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ComingSoon.net
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March 29, 2011

Except for Jack no one else in the film is very well defined, and it often falls back onto types. The actors are good, and make the best of what they've got, but what they've got is very thin.
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Village Voice

October 06, 2004

A serviceable testament to the firemen who would bravely risk their lives to protect the safety of others, etc., etc.
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eFilmCritic.com
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September 24, 2007

A fairly routine firefighter drama, with burning-building sequences that more or less all look alike.
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Toronto Star
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October 01, 2004

The story of Jack Morrison (Joaquin Phoenix), a guy so emotionally uncomplicated and unquestioningly dedicated to rescuing people he might have been raised by Saint Bernards.
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Movie Metropolis
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July 25, 2007

It's slick and it honors firefighters as obviously as the first wave of WWII films paid tribute to America's fighting men and women.
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Salon.com
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October 01, 2004

Ladder 49 might have been an oversized Hollywood dazzler. Phoenix keeps it firmly and modestly on a human scale.
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Seattle Times
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October 01, 2004

An action drama/weepie that's so busy telling us that its characters are heroes, it forgets that they should be people first.
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