Dave’s Strange and Unusual World

September 23, 2008

Fireproof: The Movie

Filed under: Coffee Time — dangrdave @ 10:45 pm

I always like to support great faith-based projects, so I wanted to take a serious moment to encourage you to go out to the movies with your significant other and see Fireproof this Friday, September 26, 2008.  This movie has Kirk Cameron in it who, as you may know, was the captain of the Starship Enterprise in the late 1960s.  This movie also comes from the same people who brought you Facing the Giants (a great movie) and Flywheel.  If this movie is anywhere what Facing the Giants was, then I guarantee (no refunds without a receipt and three forms of ID) that you are going to enjoy this flick.

Bonus Tip for a Great Movie and Dating Experience: In an effort to “beat the recessionary mood” and save a few dollars, feel free to ask your wife to bring the “big purse.”  My best tip is to fill the purse up with a few small snacks from home; my favorite movie treats for the wife to bring in her purse are the travel microwave, some bags of Orville Nerdenbacher popcorn, a six-pack of root beer, a small cooler and a 100 foot extension cord.

Enjoy the show!

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3 Comments »

  1. […] for me to write a review of Fireproof, which came out last Friday.  As some of you know from a previous posting, I had been looking forward to this movie for quite some time.  And, according to reports in the […]

    Pingback by Fireproof: The Review « Dave’s Strange and Unusual World — September 30, 2008 @ 11:21 pm

  2. I just got back from watching Fireproof… it was great to see such a different-flavored movie on the regular, big screen

    Comment by patrick — October 27, 2008 @ 9:51 pm

  3. The Kendrik Brothers do some awesome work. I have enjoyed all of their productions. Fireproof deals with the major question of what is important in a man’s life. For you young men I look back on my life and realize the balancing of providing for the family is an awesome task, a challenge that is at times overwhelming. The need to succeed in our jobs; balanced with the needs our family can only be accomplished with Christ. We are not string enough, not talented enough, nor tough enough to make the right decision on our own. I could ramble on about this a long time, I have 59 years of making a lot of mistakes and having a lot of success to use as a reference. Study Ephesians. Know who you are in Christ. God Bless G

    Comment by Grady Haddox — May 14, 2011 @ 4:36 am


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