Here’s a part of the conclusion from Plugged In online reveiw of the new movie Fireproof.
Writer/director Alex Kendrick and his writer/producer brother, Stephen, aren’t under any illusions that this small-budget movie will turn Hollywood on its head. Stephen told Plugged In Online, “When people butcher our films on Rotten Tomatoes and say, ‘This isn’t Oscar-winning material,’ we say, ‘We know!’ We’re just people who are working with what we have at a small church in Georgia. It’s truly a loaves and fishes story.”
What they do want is for their earnest project to turn your marriage upside down.
You might notice that some of the lines in Fireproof feel a little wooden. And you might notice that the script indulges more dialogue (most of it spiritual) than you’re used to hearing in movies about firemen. But the honest truth is that you don’t really care by the time the credits roll, because you’re too busy feeling your own feelings and thinking your own thoughts about your own relationships. This is the kind of movie that succeeds, sometimes despite itself, because it does a superlative job of digging into serious issues that so deeply affect so many of us every day.
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