Heaven's Fire is a 1999 made-for-TV action movie film directed by David Warry-Smith and written by Rob Kerchner and Charles Philip Moore.
The film stars Eric Roberts and Jürgen Prochnow and originally aired on Fox Family cable channel (later became ABC Family and now called the Freeform Channel). The film was given a "Parental Guidance Suggested" TV rating and was meant to be a family friendly version of The Towering Inferno and Die Hard formula.
The story involves a group of would-be burglars who attempt a daring daylight robbery of a Federal Building in Seattle, Washington. However, the criminals are forced to improvise when their getaway helicopter crashes and sets a deadly fire in the building. Also in the building is a former security guard (Roberts) who is the only person who can stop the heist and save the innocent bystanders who are trapped in the burning building.