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"Fireproof"~the movie

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by , 05-23-2009 at 11:10 AM (1417 Views)
I recieved this movie the other day from Netflix, because I had heard alot of buzz around the web about it.

Thinking it is about firefighters (which it is, to a certain degree), I thought it would be a good movie for the family to watch together.

Without giving anything away, if your marriage could use some encouragement or you would like your husband/wife to be more considerate of you, you've GOT to watch this movie.

Excellent! Is all I will say.

That is all.

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  1. qsaver704's Avatar
    Yes, it is a great movie. I just wished religious or Christian movie producers had a larger budget for quality actors. I felt a little like we were watching people from acting school perform a play. More like they were reading than acting.
  2. Debbie-cat's Avatar
    Sounds great! Thanks for letting us know.
  3. cheles2kids's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by qsaver704
    Yes, it is a great movie. I just wished religious or Christian movie producers had a larger budget for quality actors. I felt a little like we were watching people from acting school perform a play. More like they were reading than acting.

    I was actually amazed at the non-cheesiness factor after hearing about how the movie was made.
    There were no 'professional' directors, producers or actors, except for Kirk Cameron.
    They used all real people from the town that it was filmed in, Albany, Georgia.

    *AND* it was paid for by the church there.

    I saw an interview on the 700 club one day and they were blown away by the amount of interest this movie and money this movie made.

    Not that it was anywhere in the same league as a professionally done film, but by it being done completely by just 'regular 'ole folks', they just weren't expecting the interest it generated.

    I agree, I think we need more wholesome family movies, key word here~wholesome and it all comes down to supply & demand.
    If there are enough people who show interest in these types of movies, hopefully there will be more/better/larger bugets made in the future.