Which movie am I thinking about?

Firestarter 2: Rekindled (2002 TV miniseries)
starring Marguerite Moreau, Malcolm McDowell, Dennis Hopper, Danny Nucci, Skye McCole Bartusiak
IMDb synopsis:
Charlie McGee is a young woman with the unwanted and often uncontrollable gift of pyrokinesis, lighting fires by mere thought. Charlie has been in hiding for nearly all her life from a top-secret government fringe group headed by the maniacal John Rainbird, who wants to find and use Charlie as the ultimate weapon of war. Vincent is a young private investigator unwittingly sent to look for Charlie, and evenutally tries to help her escape from Rainbird, who has formed a group of young boys from other research projects -- each with different special abilities -- in a plot to take over the world.
EDIT: Here's the final battle:
I've watched it twice. It's quite good, a worthy sequel to "Firestarter".

The Patriot (The movie)?

This is a quote from Wikipedia and may give you a place to start:
8-year-old "Skye McCole Bartusiak as Susan Martin: The youngest daughter and child among Benjamin's seven children, she has a problem with speaking, which may be a post-traumatic reaction to the death of their mother in 1773; only later on does she finally open up. Her feelings towards her father change radically as the film progresses, and after Benjamin leaves from the furlough to rejoin his militia, in a very emotional scene, she seemingly forgives him and tells him she'll say anything he wants to make him stay, to which Benjamin can only promise to return, which Susan accepts."
When Susan and the other children are left with their Aunt Charlotte while their father is away fighting in the war, Susan starts to speak again, probably because her aunt is so much like her deceased mother (the aunt being her mother's sister). When Gabriel comes back and leads his aunt and the children to a safer location after their home is burnt to the ground, Susan suddenly speaks to Gabriel and asks, "Where is father? Why did he go?" Gabriel says that their father will come back to see her soon. Susan says something like, "I don't care. I hate him. I hate him and I hope he never comes back!" Gabriel scolds her for saying that. Then later, when Gabriel meets up with his father again, Benjamin asks about the children and Gabriel says that Susan now spoke in full sentences. Benjamin asks, "What did she say?" Gabriel lies and says that Susan said that she loved him, missed him, and understood why he couldn't be there with her. It wasn't until Benjamin returned to his family for Gabriel's wedding and had to leave again did Susan say, "Papa! Papa, don't, I'll say anything! Please, Papa, I'll say anything you want, tell me what you want me to say and I'll say it. Papa please don't go!" Her father says, "I'll come back. You believe me?" Susan nods her head in agreement. "You know you make me very happy," Benjamin says, as he embraces her.
She smiles really big in the last scenes of the movie as an indication that their future is a brighter one now that the war is over and they've returned home to rebuild.

What is the relationship between Benjamin Martin and his daughter Susan Martin?

This is a quote from Wikipedia and may give you a place to start:
8-year-old "Skye McCole Bartusiak as Susan Martin: The youngest daughter and child among Benjamin's seven children, she has a problem with speaking, which may be a post-traumatic reaction to the death of their mother in 1773; only later on does she finally open up. Her feelings towards her father change radically as the film progresses, and after Benjamin leaves from the furlough to rejoin his militia, in a very emotional scene, she seemingly forgives him and tells him she'll say anything he wants to make him stay, to which Benjamin can only promise to return, which Susan accepts."
When Susan and the other children are left with their Aunt Charlotte while their father is away fighting in the war, Susan starts to speak again, probably because her aunt is so much like her deceased mother (the aunt being her mother's sister). When Gabriel comes back and leads his aunt and the children to a safer location after their home is burnt to the ground, Susan suddenly speaks to Gabriel and asks, "Where is father? Why did he go?" Gabriel says that their father will come back to see her soon. Susan says something like, "I don't care. I hate him. I hate him and I hope he never comes back!" Gabriel scolds her for saying that. Then later, when Gabriel meets up with his father again, Benjamin asks about the children and Gabriel says that Susan now spoke in full sentences. Benjamin asks, "What did she say?" Gabriel lies and says that Susan said that she loved him, missed him, and understood why he couldn't be there with her. It wasn't until Benjamin returned to his family for Gabriel's wedding and had to leave again did Susan say, "Papa! Papa, don't, I'll say anything! Please, Papa, I'll say anything you want, tell me what you want me to say and I'll say it. Papa please don't go!" Her father says, "I'll come back. You believe me?" Susan nods her head in agreement. "You know you make me very happy," Benjamin says, as he embraces her.
She smiles really big in the last scenes of the movie as an indication that their future is a brighter one now that the war is over and they've returned home to rebuild.

Does anyone know celebrity movie actors and actresses names?

Men:
George Clooney
Tom Cruise
Denzel Washington
Brad Pitt
Mel Gibson
Heath Ledger
Trevor Morgan
Sam Neil
Daniel Radcliffe
Rupert Grint
Eddie Murphy
Ben Stiller
Adam Sandler
Women:
Reese Witherspoon
Julia Roberts
Jena Malone
Emma Watson
Evanna Lynch
Katie Leung
Skye McCole Bartusiak
Mika Boorem
Joely Richardson
Nicole Kidman
Renee Zelwegger
Brittany Snow
Brittany Murphy
Kate Hudson
Nikki Blonsky
Katie Holmes
Lindsay Lohan
Miley Cyrus
Hilary Duff
Jamie Lynn Spears

Movie about little girl being kidnapped?

It is "Don't Say a Word"
Don't Say a Word (2001)
2109 Broadway (at 74th St.), The Ansonia: Dr. Nathan Conrad (Michael Douglas), his wife Aggie (Famke Janssen) and their daughter Jessie (Skye McCole Bartusiak) went to sleep on the night before Thanksgiving, hoping to see the Bart Simpson balloon in the next day parade, but when Dr. Conrad woke to find his daughter had been kidnapped.

Need old movie title, only have description?

Love Comes Softly (2003 TV movie)
starring Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff, Skye McCole Bartusiak, Corbin Bernsen
IMDb synopsis:
A young woman's dream to forge a new life for herself on the great American plains becomes a test of her pioneering spirit, her inner strength, and her undying faith and courage. By covered wagon, Marty and Aaron Calridge have come west in search of fortune and a new life. But an unexpected tragedy leaves Marty a widow facing bleak prospects for the future. With a bitter winter season approaching and no safe passage back home, she finds herself stranded yet befriended by settlers Ben Graham and his wife, Sarah. They encourage her to take up the recently widowed Clark Davis on his unusual offer: join him in a temporary marriage of convenience. Marty will have a roof over her head until the spring thaw when she can return home. In the meantime, Clark's 9-year-old daughter, Missie, will have a teacher. As promised, the arrangement is strictly business. However, teaching Missie, who's still mourning for her mother, proves a difficult task.
Here's Part 1 on YouTube:

Name of this olden type movie?

Love Comes Softly (2003)
Stars: Katherine Heigl, Dale Midkiff and Skye McCole Bartusiak.
Plot:
Marty Claridge (Katherine Heigl) has just moved out to the West with her husband Aaron Claridge (Oliver Macready), who dies in a riding accident shortly after. Marty, expecting her late husband's baby and left with nowhere to go, is in need of a place to stay through the winter. With no other options, she accepts the arrangement offered by widower Clark Davis (Dale Midkiff), who offers to give her a place to stay for the winter and provide her with the fare for the wagon train heading back East in the spring. In exchange, they agree to get married, as he wants her to provide a maternal influence for his young daughter Missie (Skye McCole Bartusiak). The two do not live together as husband and wife but keep separate quarters. Initially, it is not an ideal arrangement for any of them, and at first Marty and Missie do not get along. Marty learns more about "Clark's God" than she ever dreamed, and as the winter season passes, they all start to feel more like a family, and finally Marty and Clark come to realize they're in love, and that Missie has found a new loving mother.

Who are your top ten favorite teenage celebrities?

1. Dakota Fanning
2. AnnaSophia Robb
3. Kristen Stewart
4. Anne Hathaway
5. Skye McCole Bartusiak
:-)

Could you please name some blonde child actresses?

Elle Fanning
Skye McCole Bartusiak
Jenna Boyd
Danielle Chuchran
Heather O'Rourke
Mary-Kate & Ashley Olsen
Carly Schroeder
melissa sue anderson
Patty McCormack
Just to name a few :)

Who played the 12-year old diver in House season 1 episode 19, "Kids?"?

Skye McCole Bartusiak