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In 2007, Drew joined the University of Maryland lacrosse team at something of a disadvantage. He was considered undersized as a midfielder and, more important, he was from Seattle, a continent away from the sport’s traditional hotbeds. Despite his reputation as a Washington State high school star, he had to prove himself and earn playing time with the Terrapins.
That he did. During his Maryland career as an offensive midfielder, he played in two NCAA Division 1 championship games, won an ACC Championship, was named Most Valuable Midfielder, and honored as team captain. In fact, Drew was a pioneer — his success helped expand the recruitment of talented players from throughout the country into storied East Coast programs.
Drew earned his Criminology and Criminal Justice degree and was chosen by the Denver Outlaws in the Major League Lacrosse draft. During his seven years there, the Outlaws won three championships, including 2014 when Drew scored the game winning goal in the waning seconds.
In 2019, Drew took a major risk when he joined a group of top players from Major League Lacrosse and split to form their own Premier Lacrosse League. The group’s goal was nothing short of redefining how a niche professional sports league could be run and showcased. In the PLL’s highly successful inaugural year, Drew became a champion yet again as co-captain of The Whipsnakes. He was also named a league All-Star. In the offseason, Drew was reassigned to an expansion club, the Waterdogs, for his scoring prowess, senior leadership and ability to instill a team-first culture into a start-up franchise.
Drew has succeeded on the international level as well. In 2018, he was a member of Team U.S.A., which brought home the Gold Medal in the World Outdoor Lacrosse tournament in Israel. In 2015, he was part of the Bronze Medal-winning U.S. team in the World Indoor Lacrosse tournament. Drew had the distinction of being the first ever West Coast player to be named to the national teams.
All of these achievements constitute but one of many ways to describe Drew Snider: Winner.
Lacrosse Coach, Mentor and Ambassador
Despite his national and international lacrosse achievements, Drew has remained a proud resident of Seattle, where he’s been a major contributor to the development of youth and high school lacrosse. He loves coaching. He loves molding young people. And he loves having a lacrosse stick in his hands. Starting at age 16, Drew coached camps, showcases and travel teams at every age and skill level. In 2013, he was named head coach of the Nathan Hale Raiders and led the high school to its first ever State Championship.
The following year, Drew returned to his alma mater, O’Dea High School, founding the lacrosse program and serving as its head coach. In just the program’s fifth year, Drew led the Fighting Irish to the Washington state championship.
Spurred by his entrepreneurial spirit, and recognizing the need in his home city for more lacrosse programs, Drew founded CitySideLax in 2013 with his Outlaws teammate Chris O’Dougherty. With its teams, camps and clinics, CitySide has grown into the most elite developmental program in the region.
Drew landed his first collegiate coaching job as offensive coordinator for University of Washington 2015.
These days, Snider leads a lacrosse-centric life as the head coach of O’Dea, president of CitySideLax, and his ongoing role with PLL and the Waterdogs. Still in the prime of his playing career, he has carved out a reputation as one of the sport’s top ambassadors in the Northwest.
Entrepreneur, Marketer, Influencer
Drew was among the first professional lacrosse players to sign an endorsement deal with Adidas, which was looking to establish a foothold in the sport. The worldwide company could not have chosen better. Drew’s profile as a key contributor to championship teams helped bolster the Adidas profile. He’s been a tireless advocate for the brand — in television ads, as a spokesperson, model and through his ceaseless social media presence.
Drew has also been diligent in developing and maintaining his personal brand. He has his own line of lifestyle apparel, and partners with such brands as Nordstrom, Live Nation, OVO Sound, Liquid I.V., Cuts, Strideline, and Long Wharf Supply Co. And if that wasn’t enough, Drew maintains an active modeling career for Heffner Management.
From an early age, Drew Snider knew he wanted to make a life that revolved around lacrosse. Through hard work, ingenuity and an abundance of talent, he has made it happen — and more.
Drew Snider – Men’s Lacrosse
2012 NCAA All-Tournament Team
2012 Team Captain
2012 MLL Draft Choice (45th – Chesapeake)
As a senior (2012): A goal and tied his career high with two assists in 12-6 win over Hartford (2/18) … also had a career-high seven groundballs vs. the Hawks … one goal in 16-11 win at Georgetown (2/24) . .. scored all three goals of his hat trick in the first half in 10-7 win over No. 8 Duke (3/3) … two of the goals vs. the Blue Devils were man-up goals … named the ACC Offensive Player of the Week for his efforts vs. the Blue Devils … assisted on Owen Blye’s first goal in 8-7 loss at UMBC (3/6) … two goals, including the game-winner, in 17-4 win over Marist (3/10) … two assists in 11-5 win over No. 10 Villanova (3/17) … one goal and two groundballs in 11-10 loss at No. 14 North Carolina … one goal in 12-8 loss to No. 2 Virginia … two goals and two groundballs in 13-6 win over Navy (4/6) … one assist in 6-5 loss to No. 5 Duke (4/20) in semifinals of ACC tournament … one goal and one caused turnover in 12-8 win at Mount St. Mary’s (4/25) … one goal, one groundball and one caused turnover in 12-7 win over Bellarmine (4/28) … a goal and an assist in 13-11 loss at No. 12 Colgate (5/5) … three goals, two coming in the fourth quarter, and one groundball, which maintained possession to setup for Joe Cummings’ game-winning score in 10-9 win at No.
As a junior (2011): Two goals in 16-4 win over Detroit Mercy (2/19) … netted his first career hat trick in 20-8 win over No. 14 Georgetown (2/26) … two groundballs in 12-8 win over Bellarmine (3/7) … iced the game with an empty-net goal in 8-4 win at Towson (3/12) … tied his career high with two assists in 15-6 win over UMBC (3/18) … made his first career start vs. the Retrievers … two groundballs and a caused turnover in 11-4 win over St. Joseph’s (3/20) … one assist in 11-6 loss to No. 8 North Carolina (3/26) … one goal in 10-4 win at Navy (4/8) … one goal in 12-11 overtime loss to No. 3 Johns Hopkins (4/16) … two goals and one caused turnover in 7-6 win over No. 10 North Carolina (4/22) in the ACC semifinals … two groundballs in 11-9 win at No. 7 Duke (4/24) in the ACC finals … one goal and one groundball in 10-8 loss to No. 17 Colgate (5/7) … career-best four goals in 13-6 win at No. 8 seed North Carolina (5/15) in the first round of the NCAA tournament …his third goal came as a result of a perfectly executed hidden ball play by Grant Catalino and Brian Farrell … also had one groundball vs. the Tar Heels … scored the Terps’ first goal in 6-5 overtime win over No. 1 Syracuse (5/22) in the quarterfinals of the NCAA tournament … one goal in 9-4 win over No. 5 Duke (5/28) in the semifinals of the NCAA tournament … one groundball and one caused turnover in 9-7 loss to No. 7 Virginia (5/30) in the NCAA championship game.
As a redshirt sophomore (2010): Winner of the Dan Snyder Award as the team’s most improved player . .. returned to action with two goals on just two shots in 12-7 win at Bellarmine (2/20) … one goal a groundball in 15-13 win at No. 13 Georgetown (2/27) … two goals, including the game-winner, and one groundball in 12-8 win over Towson (3/13) … one goal in 13-7 win at UMBC (3/20) … tallied his first assist in two years in 11-10 loss to No. 1 Virginia (4/3) … also had one groundball vs. the Cavaliers … one assist and one groundball in 11-9 win over Navy (4/10) … one goal and a groundball in 10-9 win over No. 16 Johns Hopkins (4/17) … one goal and a groundball in 10-6 loss to Virginia (4/25) in ACC finals … first career multi-assist game with two in 17-4 win over Fairfield (5/1) … one assist in 18-10 win vs. Colgate (5/8).
As a sophomore (2009): Redshirt season.
As a freshman (2008): Made his collegiate debut in 17-7 win at Mount St. Mary’s (2/26) … first career point on an assist on Scott Tompkins’ second goal of the game in 13-5 win over Providence (3/3).
Before Maryland: Two-time US Lacrosse High School All-American … … member of the West team at the 2006 National Senior Showcase … four-year letterwinner at for Coach Ryan Kelly at O’Dea High School … helped lead the Irish to a combined record of 44-18 during his four seasons … led the team in scoring all four years … led Division I in the Pacific Conference in scoring as a senior with 60 goals and 18 assists in 2006 … named the 2006 Washington Lacrosse Player of the Year … was second in the league in scoring in 2005 with 38 goals and 46 assists … totaled 155 goals, 99 assists and 306 groundballs … three-time first team all-state … named second team all-state as a freshman … two-time team captain.
Personal: Son of Kris and Jacqueline Snider … father played lacrosse at Virginia from 1974-78 … uncle, Eric, and cousin, Matt, also played college lacrosse … older brother of Catherine and Will … majoring in criminology and criminal justice.
|Snider’s Career Highs|
|Goals: 4 at North Carolina (5/15/11)|
|Assists: 2 vs. Fairfield (5/1/10), vs. UMBC (3/18/11)|
|Points: 4 at North Carolina (5/15/11)|
|Hat Tricks: 2|
|Multi-Point Games: 8|
|Multi-Goals Games: 6|
|Multi-Assist Games: 2|
Respect the Ground: Inside Drew Snider’s Workout Mentality
Drew Snider wears many hats.
A Seattle native, Snider helped start the lacrosse program at his alma mater, O’Dea High School, and in May led the Fighting Irish to their second straight state title.
A gold medalist with the U.S. national team in 2018, Snider also co-founded Cityside Lax and is dedicated to spreading his passion and knowledge for the sport.
And oh, yeah, Snider also was a key contributor on the Whipsnakes, who won the inaugural Premier Lacrosse League championship in September (see page 34).
“My mindset now is to keep improving,” Snider said before training camp in May. “I am an older guy in the league at this point. I have to plant my stick in the ground and hold my ground.”
“You have to understand how to respect the ground and make the ground your friend and not your enemy,” said Tim Manson, Snider’s trainer. “I teach the athlete how to respect the ground, because most of our injuries occur when we stop, land, change direction and accelerate.”
Manson doles out koans every other sentence like, “Wisdom is being smart after the culmination of struggle,” and, “If you could go back in time and do it all over again, all you’ll do is make different mistakes. ” His philosophy when it comes to working out emphasizes focusing on one’s weaknesses to promote “functional movement,” which athletes build through core strength, joint stabilization and flexibility.
“Guys like Drew and the people that think like him are going to drive the sport to the next level,” Manson said. “It’s going to be fun to watch.”
While the routines Manson creates constantly change, we asked him for a few exercises he incorporates into the 31-year-old midfielder’s regimen to help him get in the best shape of his life.
Medicine Ball Split Squat Jump Pass
Grab a medicine ball and a partner. This helps with posture and positioning during ground deceleration.
Start in an upright but athletic stance, with feet shoulder-width apart.
Your partner chest-passes you the medicine ball.
As you receive the medicine ball at your chest, descend into a split squat, bending one knee behind you.
Jump up from your split squat and chest-pass the medicine ball back to your partner in one motion.
Resume ready position and alternate legs with each exchange.
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Story — Drew Snider
Snider is currently training with the U. S. Men’s National Team and playing professionally in the Premier Lacrosse League. In 2015 he was with the U.S.A. team that took the Bronze Medal in the World Indoor Lacrosse tournament. That year, he also was named to the MLL All-Pro team as a midfielder. In 2018 Snider and Team U.S.A. brought home the Gold Medal in the World Outdoor Lacrosse tournament. Snider is a 7x professional All-Star and has won four professional championships in the past eight years.
Drew attended O’Dea High School but, lacking a lacrosse program, he played for the Garfield Lacrosse Club. Drew was named second-team All-State as a freshman, and made first-team his sophomore, junior, and senior years. He also made the US Lacrosse All-American team as a junior and senior, only the second player from Washington State ever to do so.
Drew entered the University of Maryland in 2008 and as a freshman was the team’s only member hailing from west of Ohio. In 2010 Snider broke into the Terps regular rotation as an offensive midfielder.
In 2011, he played a key role in leading Maryland to an Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) championship as well as the Division 1 National Championship game — ultimately losing to ACC rival Virginia. The next year saw similar achievement and heartbreak, as Maryland lost to Loyola in the D1 Championship game. Salving that setback a bit, Snider (team captain) was named to the 2012 All-Tournament team as well as the University of Maryland’s Most Valuable Midfielder.
The Denver Outlaws of Major League Lacrosse drafted Snider, and he began playing immediately as a short-stick defensive midfielder. His rookie year prolonged the championship frustration as Denver lost in the MLL title game. Snider switched to offensive midfield in his second season, and earned the 2103 MLL’s Most Improved Player award. That year, the Outlaws recorded an undefeated regular season but lost in the semifinals of the playoffs.
The futility ended in ’14 with the Outlaws’ 12-11 win over the Rochester Rattlers, capped by Snider’s game-winning goal with 56 seconds remaining in regulation. In 2016 Snider was named captain of the Denver Outlaws, won a second MLL title, and was named team MVP. Drew contributing 3 goals (one 2 pointer) and an assist in the championship game. In 2018 Snider added to his professional and international accomplishments by winning his third MLL title and a gold medal with Team U.S.A. in Netanya Israel.
In 2019 Snider joined the Premier Lacrosse League and was selected as a captain for the Whipsnakes Lacrosse Club. The Whipsnakes ultimately won the inaugural PLL championship.
Drew’s love of playing at the highest level is matched by his passion for coaching and teaching the game.
Snider has been a significant contributor to the development of youth and high school lacrosse. Since 2004, Drew has coached camps, showcases, and travel teams around the nation on every skill level. In ’13, he was named head coach of the Nathan Hale Raiders and led the high school to its first ever State Championship. The following year, Drew returned to his alma mater, O’Dea High School, founding the lacrosse program and serving as its head coach. After only 3 years of existence the O’Dea Fighting Irish program advanced to the Division 1 quarterfinals in 2016. In 2017 Snider took the Irish to the State Championship ultimately losing but was victorious in 2018.
In 2013, Snider formed a youth lacrosse organization with Outlaws teammate Chris O’Dougherty called CitySideLax. And in ’15, Drew landed his first collegiate coaching job as the University of Washington offensive coordinator.
These days, Drew Snider leads a lacrosse-centric life as the head coach of O’Dea, president of CitySideLax, his ongoing role with the Denver Outlaws, and his pursuits in U.S.A. Men’s National Team. Still in the prime of his playing career, he has carved out a reputation as one of the sport’s top ambassadors in the Northwest.
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Drew Snider: Homeless are a reflection of ourselves
You’re probably familiar with the phrase: “There, but for the grace of God, go I.” It might be a cliché, but as we consider the discussion around the homeless in Victoria, that cliché is an inescapable truth.
I spent more than a decade ministering to “street people” on Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside. I can’t remember what, if any, preconceived notion I had when I first walked into Rainbow Mission near Oppenheimer Park that warm night in 2004, but this much quickly became apparent: Any one of us is one misstep away from the cascade of events that leads to a similar situation.
One fellow I met made some bad business choices, which cost him his wife, his home, his income. Well into his 70s, a good 40 years since that muckrain fell on him, he was still wading through a mire of self-loathing and self-pity.
Some were injured on the job, like Kris, who beat a drug habit only to slip and fall while working on the Bear Mountain development, and painkillers gave way to crack cocaine. There was Herbie, who blew out his knees and couldn’t continue in the plumbing trade.
Len was a professional engineer, but somewhere along the line, his mind threw a piston and now he rarely speaks in coherent sentences — not coherent to us, anyway.
Marty was a teacher who fell into a drug habit and has been struggling for the past several years to regain his life. Bill, one of the gentlest souls I’ve ever met, is too old to work and, without a retirement plan, spends his days pushing a cart around the streets, collecting bottles and cans and anything else saleable.
The level of intelligence is incredible. They ask profound questions, often about the Bible; some write brilliantly, others are amazing artists. They have a sense of humour that has obviously seen them through some tough times. For me, and for many others ministering to them, they became family.
I’m not trying to sugar-coat the scene, but we need to break through the coating of spiritual barbed wire that covers our picture of “street people.”
Yes, there are some angry, dangerous dudes there, with criminal records and pasts that some would deem undesirable.
Yes, there are freeloaders — the ones some letter-writers to this paper claim will flood into Victoria if they hear there’s free housing to be had — but you’ll find those sorts of people in any walk of life.
Yes, any Skid Row and its people can be scary, but perhaps the scariest part of all is not how different they are to us, but how similar.
If something is scary, the antidote is not to run and hide or to vilify and ignore, but to remember the words of the Apostle John: “Perfect love casts out fear.” Jesus Christ calls us to love the unlovely, to give grace even when we don’t think someone deserves it, and to give a “cup of cold water” to someone in need.
He also calls His followers to be His witnesses “in Samaria” — the Downtown Eastside, Pioneer Square in Seattle, New York’s Bowery or any place where street people congregate are today’s equivalents of Samaria.
What Jesus does not call us to do, is to “triage” people according to our perception of how they got into that situation.
What’s the solution? It’s a complicated issue, and a top-down approach, dictating what people need, hasn’t worked in other cities. I believe Mayor Lisa Helps is to be commended for reaching out to the affected people to include them in the conversation. (And 20 bucks a head is money well spent, if it ensures that we hear as many voices as possible and the discussion isn’t dominated by a relative few self-appointed advocates. It might not be neat or pretty, but that’s democracy.)
This much I do know: No solution will succeed if it’s not founded in love and the recognition of the inconvenient truth that we are not dealing with a “subset” of society, but with reflections of ourselves.
Drew Snider is a former Victoria broadcaster who spent seven years as an associate pastor at Carrall Street Church/Gospel Mission in Vancouver.
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the best of my life two years ago.Rather, it was promoted by her books on healthy eating and detox. I already wrote about them, and today I want to publish an interview with Kimberly, which she gave me at her Glow Bio cafe in West Hollywood.
Live-up !: What do you think is the best incentive to lead a healthy lifestyle? What motivates you every day?
Kimberly: When people begin to make healthy food choices, the results – both mental and physical – can appear almost instantly.I believe that by going in the opposite direction and consuming the wrong foods, people feel the same immediate backfire! For me, some of the best motivators are energy and radiance, which I start to radiate with the right diet changes.
Live-up !: What would you recommend to those who want to start leading a healthy lifestyle? What should be the first steps in changing your lifestyle?
Kimberly: The first thing is to understand that my program, like any program they can follow, should be about lifestyle transformation, not just dietary changes.The notion of a healthy lifestyle as a diet implies that this is a temporary phenomenon: no one can sit on a diet for the rest of their life! Once you understand that this is a lifestyle change, you can consider that you have passed the most important stage.
Start slowly, gradually add habits such as eating more greens into your life. Pay special attention to my signature smoothie ( Glowing Green Smoothie, which I will publish in the coming days.- Live up! ), which should become a part of your daily life. One thing I ask my clients to do immediately is cut out dairy products from their diet. Dairy products are very toxic to our body systems and are very difficult to digest.
Live-up !: What are the basic principles of your diet? How is it different from a vegetarian / vegan diet?
Kimberley: No dairy, very little / no gluten, lots of greens.But it is important to remember that not all parameters of this diet will be equally correct for everyone. You need to understand exactly what your body needs and plan your meals accordingly.
Live-up !: What is the biggest advantage of a plant-based diet over a diet that includes meat?
Kimberley: Natural plant foods contain all the essential nutrients needed to ensure a balanced and healthy diet.In order to maintain the efficient functioning of the body, it is important to include in the diet greens, vegetables, which are one of the most important food groups. These are wonderful foods, they help regenerate and cleanse cells.
Animal protein contributes to the creation of an acidic environment in our body, and it takes a very long time to digest it. This means that it stays in the digestive tract for a long time and it takes a long period of time to eliminate these acidic waste products. When the level of acidity in the body is increased, energy decreases, signs of aging appear, etc.
Live-up !: How do you advise your followers to control portion sizes?
Kimberly: It’s best to just listen to the body’s wants and needs. Many people think that starting the morning with a large breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But if you are not hungry when you wake up, then you should not torment your body with an impressive breakfast.
Live-up !: What 5 main recommendations would you give to the average Russian from a large polluted city with a limited choice of really healthy foods? How to improve your quality of life and start detoxification correctly?
Kimberly: The beauty of my program is that you don’t have to go crazy to follow it and you don’t have to look for expensive and hard-to-find ingredients.If you have access to fruits and vegetables, this is a great start. And it’s about finding alternatives for foods that you probably consume every day, like goat cheese is a much better option compared to cheddar cheese. Almond or other plant-based milk is much better than traditional dairy products.
Live-up !: In your opinion, what is the best motivation for people to live a healthy lifestyle? What motivates you every day?
Kimberly: When people begin making healthier food choices, the results, both mentally and physically, can be almost instantaneous.I find when people swing back in the opposite direction and make poor food choices; they feel the effects of that instantly, too! To me, the energy and overall glow that results in changing out diet for the better is one of the best motivators.
Live-up !: What would be your recommendation to someone who wants to start making healthier choices in life? What should be the first steps into changing one’s lifestyle?
Kimberly: The first thing that people need to do is realize that my program, and any program that they may be a part of, needs to be a lifestyle transformation, not a crash diet.Thinking of it as a diet means that it’s temporary – no one can be on a diet for the rest of their lives! Once you realize that it’s about changing your lifestyle, you’ve gotten past the most important part.
Start slowly, by doing things like adding more greens to your diet, especially by adding my Glowing Green Smoothie, which should be a part of your everyday routine. One thing that I do have my clients do immediately is cut out dairy. Dairy is very toxic to our systems, and extremely hard to digest.
Live-up !: What are the main characteristics of the diet you promote / recommend? How does it differ from a vegetarian / vegan diet?
Kimberly: No dairy, very little / no gluten, lots of greens. But it’s important to remember that not all parameters of a diet will be right for everyone. It’s about realizing what your body needs and planning accordingly.
Live-up !: What is the biggest advantage of a plant-based diet as opposed to a diet that includes meat?
Kimberly: Natural plant-based foods provide all the essential nutrients needed for a well-balanced and healthy diet.To keep your body running efficiently, greens are one of the most important food groups. They are great beautifying foods that regenerate and help to purify cells.
Animal protein is very acid forming in our bodies, and takes a long time to digest, which means that it’s spending more time in the digestive tract and eliminating that acidic waste for a longer period of time. When your body is more acidic, you have lower energy, see signs of aging, etc.
Live-up !: How do you help your followers address the issue of the portion control?
Kimberly: It’s best to listen to your body’s wants and needs.Many think you need to start the morning with a big breakfast – that’s it’s the most important meal of the day. But if you’re not hungry when you wake up, then it is not necessary to force your body to have a large breakfast first thing.
Live-up !: For an average Russian living in a large polluted city, who has limited choices of truly healthy foods, what would be your top 5 recommendations on improving one’s lifestyle and also start to detox?
Kimberly: The beauty of my plan is that you don’t need to go crazy to conform, and it doesn’t require sourcing expensive, hard to find ingredients.If you have access to fruits and vegetables, you’re already off to a great start. And it’s about finding alternatives to things that you’re probably having every day – for example, something like goat cheese is a much better option that cheddar cheese. Almond Milk (easy to find here in the states, but not sure about Russia), is a MUCH better alternative than traditional dairy milk.
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|Cast:||Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren, Ellie Walker, Ed O’Ross, Jerry Orbach, Leon Rippi, Drew Snyder, Simon Rea, Eric Norris|
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Science has revived the elite soldiers killed in Vietnam.Bodies stuffed with electronics and stuffed with dope, and brains programmed for the most desperate forays, made them invulnerable “universal soldiers.” They are ideal war machines, but when they begin to remember their past, they get out of the control of the creators.
Other names: “ Generating Fire ” / “ Pyro ” (translation variants of the name).
Duration 114 minutes.
Directed by Mark L. Lester.
Written by Stanley Mann based on the novel by Stephen King.
Music Tangerine Dream .
Operator Giuseppe Rudzolini.
Genre: Action, Horror, Science Fiction, Thriller
Andy McGee (David Keith) has colossal suggestive powers, which he received when he participated – along with his future wife Vicky Tomlinson (Heather Locklear) – in a scientific experiment, taking a dose of the hallucinogenic drug LOT-6.He is hiding with his daughter Charlene (Drew Barrymore), or simply Charlie, from government agents operating under the auspices of a classified organization known as the Shop ( The Shop ). The latter are primarily interested in the girl, whose powerful gift of pyrokinesis manifested itself from a young age …
Also stars: Freddie Jones (Dr. Joseph Wanless), Martin Sheen (Captain Hollister), George C. Scott (John Rainbird), Art Carney (Irv Manders), Louise Fletcher (Norma Manders), Moses Gunn (Dr. Pinchot), Antonio Fargas (taxi driver), Drew Snyder (Orville Jamison), Curtis Credel (Bates), Keith Colbert (Mayo).
Evgeny Nefyodov, AllOfCinema.com
© Evgeny Nefedov, AllOfCinema.com, 04.08.2020
Author’s rating 6/10
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One can only wonder how effective and stylish the film would have turned out if it had been directed by John Carpenter.Unfortunately, the management of Universal Pictures did not agree on the candidacy of the master, annoyed by the weak financial performance of the sci-fi horror film The Thing / 1982 /, and in fact he successfully (including commercially) filmed another work by Stephen King – “ Christina. ” But Mark L. Lester coped with the task with dignity, telling reporters much later that he had not filmed anything more difficult in his career. Talk about triumph (the box office barely topped $ 17 million.) is not necessary, especially if production costs were $ 15 million, rather than $ 10 million, as reported by several sources. However, the “cult” status won by the painting is not surprising. The image of a girl with an angry look and hair blowing in the wind (it is implied that – by an invisible force unknown to official science) allowed the young talent of Drew Barrymore to win no less fans than the party of Gertie, who had a nice conversation with an alien from Steven Spielberg. The mother of the actress even assured that she was amazed at the similarity of her daughter with Charlie, which heroine was drawn by the illustrator on the cover of the novel, which had just (in the fall of 1980) entered the shelves of bookstores.She gave birth to fire
David Keith cannot be denied emotional contagion: it is not easy to remain indifferent to a father trying to save a child, especially since each new stress (mental order to someone to obey) is given more and more difficult … Scott. The cynical professional killer Rainbird turns out to be the only one who could find an approach to the wayward captive who did not want to cooperate with the Department of Scientific Research (in the jargon – “Shop” or “Shop” 1 ), igniting objects with his eyes.After all, every time it becomes harder and harder to curb the “beast” that lies dormant inside, released into the wild! Following King, Lester and screenwriter Stanley Mann are pushing to the inevitable conclusion that the desire of the special services to get their hands on a weapon of colossal destructive potential, completely disregarding the fate of either the child or the caring Mr. McGee, will not lead to any good. The climax, when Charlene burns the neighborhood to ashes, shoots out giant fireballs, etc., is striking in its scope – and the endless revelry of the elements! And, what is most paradoxical, I do not want to blame her: the adults are to blame, who did not cope with their own ambitions.From the final shots, it follows that the unique girl is unlikely to be in danger, but especially for those who are curious to know what happened next, a sequel will be released (for television, but also with a decent budget).
1 – The writer coined the term, apparently by analogy with “Company”, as knowledgeable people for conspiracy refer to the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA).
Note: this review is published for the first time
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