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Fireproof

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

10 out of 10 people found this review helpful.

A testament to standing by your faith and morals.

Yes, the acting was amateurish. There is only one "professional" actor in the movie. But the message that was put forth in this film transcends any stylish acting, special effects, music soundtracks or Hollywood hype. Being a former civil servant, I truly related to Cal...
Yes, the acting was amateurish. There is only one "professional" actor in the movie. But the message that was put forth in this film transcends any stylish acting, special effects, music soundtracks or Hollywood hype. Being a former civil servant, I truly related to Caleb.
Just like a great sermon, this film felt like it was talking to me, like the Kendricks looked into my life and put it on film.
The fact that this film was made for less than 1/10th the cost of other Hollywood trash and it remained in theaters for as long as it did, and made the kind of money that it did, and is (as of 2/26/09) the sixth best selling DVD on B&N, is truly a testament to the strength and power that Christianity still has in this great country of ours.

posted by Bulldawg on October 1, 2010

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5 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

Uninspiring

I want to first off state that I appreciated Kirk Cameron's vision to come out with a movie about the importance of marriage and the importance of keeping a spiritual aspect in your marriage. Having said that, I found the acting contrived/unbelievable; so much so that ...
I want to first off state that I appreciated Kirk Cameron's vision to come out with a movie about the importance of marriage and the importance of keeping a spiritual aspect in your marriage. Having said that, I found the acting contrived/unbelievable; so much so that I couldn't become emotionally involved with the characters (some of their acting seemed forced & amateurish, like the wife's, for instance). The script was very "sappy", lacking any inspiration. Now, I LOVE spiritually-based movies with a good message, but my husband & I just couldn't get into this movie at all. Sorry, Kirk!

posted by anonymousKU on October 1, 2010

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Hollywood could learn much from this movie

    The world needs more movies like this one. It has a meaningful plot, characters you cry and root for, comic relief, and a message to be told. Granted, it does not have the flair of a Hollywood film, but Hollywood films do not have the essence that this film has. I cried throughout the movie. It may seem sappy, but so many people in our world today live the lives these people portrayed. This movie tells truths, where Hollywood feeds us lies. A must see for the whole family.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    good

    it could help couples in trouble.

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  • Posted October 1, 2010

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    Worth Watching

    This movie is worth watching. The scene with Kirk Cameron and his dad where Kirk's character finally "gets it" left a little to be desired for me. I didn't really feel like he'd really accepted the Lord at that point. Later in the movie maybe, but not at that moment.

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