The movie, �Fire on the Amazon� was released after years of delay. It has shown cheesy but effectual drama against the disappearing rain forest as the result of ecological disaster in South America.
The tropical-topical movies are often told from beginning to end through the escapade of outsiders but the director of the movie �Luis Llosa� who has also directed the movie Anaconda choose a fanatical activist �Sandra Bullock� and a skeptical photojournalist �Craig Sheffer� to tell the story in their way. Both the actors are from America and people have already loved their work in other movies. The movie was originally shooted in 1990 and was impelled by �Bullocks rising stature in Hollywood.
After the initial scuffle, both the stars find themselves engrossing in a rising war between a well armed battle increased by native people and a corrupt army. The sadness and fury follow when the innocent people are destroyed with the land. The season of misery and sorrow brings the leading characters in love.
The film even has infamous and erotic intervals in both its unrated and R-rated versions yet the director shoots it as a part of soft-core feathers. The credit also goes to the producer and legendary showman of this movie �Roger Corman� who knows how to advertise even the very sober low down budget production in its most amazing way.