Reviews / 11.05.2021

Fire is one of mother nature's most giving and unforgiving elements. Its heat provides warmth and fuels our lives, but its uncontrollable wrath creates destruction and death, particularly in the wilderness of somewhere like Montana. It's here that co-writer/director Taylor Sheridan lays the scene of his latest occasionally-brutal neo-Western thriller where he'd like you to believe fire can be a character all in itself. It's a shame he didn't pay as close attention to the humans running from its fury. A throwback action blockbuster in the tradition of films...