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Heaven's Fire (1999)

Unrated | | Thriller, Action | TV Movie 7 August 1999
Terrorists seize a building with intent to blow it up. However, one of the men trapped in the building is an ex-treasury agent, who just happens to be there with his wife and children in a ... See full summary »

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Venus Terzo ...
Michelle
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Jeremy McConnell (as Kaj-Erik Erikson)
Cali Timmins ...
Fiona Dell
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Aimee Dell
Sheila Moore ...
Mrs. Lords
Don MacKay ...
Mr. Lords
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Juan Torres
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Ed Colby (as Alfred E. Humphreys)
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Al Wilkes (as John MacLaren)
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Agent Walter Fane
David Fredericks ...
Bill Beckman
Ingrid Torrance ...
Terrel Phillips
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Tom
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Terrorists seize a building with intent to blow it up. However, one of the men trapped in the building is an ex-treasury agent, who just happens to be there with his wife and children in a tour group. Having to fight the terrorists and fires that breakout in the high rise... Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Thriller | Action

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Cielo en llamas  »

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If it's set in Seattle, film it in Seattle!
20 November 2005 | by See all my reviews

I saw this film last night on TV at a hotel in Daejeon, South Korea. It really did make me think, okay, one part "Towering Inferno", one part "Poseidon Adventure". But now that I see this film was made in 1999, can't help but wonder if it might've been watched by Al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden and been an inspiration for them, especially the helicopter crash sequence. Also, it gets SO irritating to see that a movie is set in an American city that I've lived in (Seattle) but then absolutely nothing looks familiar and sure enough, it turns out to be filmed in Vancouver BC which stunt-doubles for so many places in America. Film in America, please! But all in all, a good suspense piece.


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