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PG In Theaters 09/26/2008 , 122min.
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September 06, 2013
I love this movie and watch it about everytime I see it on TBN. Kirk Cameron is a great Christian man and actor. A very good movie for everyone, especially couples.
April 01, 2012
This a must see movie like the other three. It makes one rethink their relationship with Jesus and to know the REAL Jesus. Kirk you are doing a great job please don't stop.
March 28, 2012
This is a great movie. I had previously attended a seminar given by Kirk in Dunn, NC on marriage and it was terrrific too. Kirk is a great leader and teacher. This movie goes along with exactly what he taught.. God has blessed him with a special gift and I am so glad to see him using this gift to God's glory.
September 12, 2010
Our mens Bible study group saw the movie today. Many have seen this movie before, some had not. But we're going to have Bible study on it to improve our marriages.
January 06, 2010
I have not as *********** this movie, so any critique about it would of course be invalid. I'll be watching this film though within a couple of weeks. If it's anything like the anti-male so-called "Christian" evangelical marriage therapy propaganda I've so far been exposed to, it'll be overwhelmingly biased against male sexuality and predictably will advocate that husbands be SUBSERVIANT to

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L.A. Weekly
Then the film gets all religulous, suggesting that Caleb's devotion to healing means nothing without Jesus, and so Fireproof stops becoming relatable to us all and only to the already, or easily, indoctrinated. Full Review
Chris Willman
Entertainment Weekly
The filmmakers hedge their bets by making the young marrieds agnostic at the start of the movie, in order to turn Fireproof into a manual for eternal as well as marital salvation. Full Review
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
While hardly sophisticated in its approach and certainly not polished in its technical elements, the film does get its heartfelt message across with undeniable sincerity. Full Review
Joe Leydon
Cameron is genuinely compelling as Caleb. Full Review
Scott Tobias
The Onion A.V. Club
Cameron acts like a childish jerk, even in the reconciliation phase, and the underlying reason is that he--and the movie--hates women. Full Review

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