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Andy McGee met his future wife Vicky while they were earning money by participating in an experiment in which they were given a dose of a chemical called LOT-6, while they were in college. Andy and Vicky went on to get married and they now have a nine-year-old daughter named Charlene "Charlie" McGee, who has the ability to start fires at will (pyrokinesis) as a result of the experiment that Andy and Vicky participated in. The experiment also gave Andy the ability to make people do what he wants. A secret government department known as "The Shop" did the experiment, and now The Shop, run by Doctor Joseph Wanless, has been pursuing Andy and Charlie, even killing Vicky in order to get her out of the way. Wanless and his organization want to study Andy and Charlie, then kill them, and The Shop has sent a sniper named John Rainbird to find Andy and Charlie. What Wanless and his group underestimate is what Andy and Charlie are willing to do to protect each other. This is a thriller about a child who has the amazing ability of pyrokinesis, and her father, who also has the ability make people do what he wants. A secret government agency known as "The Shop" led by Captain Hollister and John Rainbird plot to kidnap the duo for testing their abilities. Can this power and the love of her father stop this sinister agency before all hell breaks loose? I remember watching this as a kid and I thought it was really awesome. Having watched it now as an adult, I realized how many plot flaws there are in the film. It is also not credible. Sure, it is fantasy after all, but the real-life events in this film are not plausible. I also found the film too drawn out at times. Drew Barrymore was very good though. Despite all the flaws, lots of action and special effects ensures an entertaining movie. A couple who participated in a potent medical experiment gain telekinetic ability and then have a child (Drew Barrymore) who is pyrokinetic.

There is a decent cast with Martin Sheen as a villain (not unlike "The Dead Zone") and the always powerful presence of George C. Scott ("The Changeling"). We have decent shots from cinematographer Giuseppe Ruzzolini, who has previously worked with Sergio Leone on "Duck, You Sucker" (1971).

Critic Vincent Canby wrote, "The screenplay, by Stanley Mann, bears more than a little resemblance to 'The Fury' which was directed by Brian De Palma, who made his first big commercial hit by directing the screen version of Mr. King's 'Carrie' which also had to do with brain power." This is, of course, a fair line of reasoning. "Firestarter" recalls David Cronenberg's "Scanners", but one could also see parallels with the films Canby mentions. In a way, there is something of a subgenre of psychokinetic horror films from the 1980s. Fortunately, he has an ace up his sleeve with 9-year-old actress Drew Barrymore: the movie might easily be retitled The Scene Stealer. Barrymore's performance as Charlie McGee has something of the pint-sized coquetry of a Shirley Temple, and something of the shoulders-back, chin- in-the-air hauteur of a Bette Davis, but she seems incapable of hitting a false, precocious or calculating note. She virtually acts her co-stars off the screen. [14 May 1984] Nine-year-old Charlene "Charlie" McGee (Drew Barrymore) has the ability to start fires with her mind thanks to an experiment in which her parents were given a chemical called LOT-6 when they were in college. The experiments were conducted by a secret governmental organization known as the "Shop", and the Shop is super interested in studying Charlie's ability for use as a military weapon. When they go so far as to kill Charlie's mother to get at Charlie, her father Andy (David Keith), who has the ability to influence minds, takes Charlie on the run. Not to be deterred, the Shop sends "exterminator" John Rainbird (George C. Scott) to apprehend and bring them in, at any cost. Firestarter (1980) was written by American horror novelist Stephen King. The novel was adapted for the movie by Canadian-born screenwriter Stanley Mann. Firestarter was followed by a made-for-TV sequel, Firestarter 2: Rekindled (2002) (2002). In the novel, Dr. Wanless (Freddie Jones) describes Lot Six as "a synthetic copy of a pituitary extract, a powerful painkiller-hallucinogen that we did not understand then and that we don't understand now." One thing they do know, he says, is that "Lot Six somehow changed the physical composition of the pituitary glands of those who participated in the experiment" and that "Lot Six was responsible in some way for the occasional flashes of psi ability that nearly all human beings demonstrate from time to time." According to the novel, the Shop is really the Department of Scientific Intelligence. They claim to be involved in domestic scientific projects related to national security, e.g., electromagnetic energy and fusion power, but they're also conducting secret experiments on people with certain parapsychological abilities that might be useful as weapons. Andy forces Captain Hollister (Martin Sheen) to get a message to Charlie, telling her to meet him in the stables at 8 PM. Charlie shares this good news with her friend John. When Andy and Charlie meet in the stables, John is already there, hiding in the loft. Charlie is glad when she finds that John is there, but Andy has been warned by Hollister that it was John who shot them and who has been tricking Charlie to cooperate. Charlie threatens to burn down the stables, but John warns that she'll kill the horses, so she backs off. Charlie begins to climb up to the loft but Andy pulls her down. He then forces John to jump, but John shoots Andy in the shoulder as he lands. He then turns the gun on Charlie, but she burns bullet, gun, and John. With his dying breath, Andy tells Charlie to burn down the Shop so that they can't do anything like this again. As the barn begins to flame, Charlie frees the horses and heads outside where she sends fireball after fireball, burning everything cars, helicopters, and buildings. Shop agents try shooting her, but Charlie burns the bullets before they even reach her. When the entire compound is on fire, Charlie walks away, saying, "For you, Daddy." In the final scene, Charlie arrives at the Manders' farm. Norma (Louise Fletcher) takes Charlie into her arms and Irv (Art Carney) is shown accompanying Charlie into the New York Times building, presumably to go public with her story. No. This is one movie in which Stephen King does not have a cameo.


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