In Albany, Georgia, Caleb and Catherine Holt's marriage is in crisis and they decided to divorce. However, Caleb's father proposes that his son should delay their separation for 40 days and follow a procedure called "The Love Dare" to reignite their love.Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Though Sherwood Pictures produces movies, they are primarily a ministry. For Fireproof, almost everybody involved was a volunteer- over 1,000 people. Every day they began with devotions and a time of prayer. At first a movie on marriage was not what Alex Kendrick was inclined to do, but he felt that GOD was leading him that way. To do a movie, both he, Stephen Kendrick, Jim McBride and Michael Catt all have to be in agreement with it. See more »
When the firemen respond to a car wreck, the passenger in the front seat of the car on the tracks disappears and reappears between shots. See more »
Here's how this film "imitates life": if you LOOK for flaws, you'll find some, but if you look for blessings, ways to challenge yourself and opportunities to grow, you just may find those, too.
The action sequences are exceptionally well done. A few good laughs are sprinkled in for good measure. Come Oscar time, you won't hear a word about "Fireproof", but come anniversary time, you'll be glad you and your spouse saw it.
This film will not resonate with everyone, especially if you approach it from the mindset that there are no simple truths. But anyone with a less-than-perfect marriage could benefit from seeing it--and that includes all of us, doesn't it!?
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