This is really happening:

(thanks, Ricky)

“Marriage is like a fire, but when you pull the alarm … see, you can pull the alarm but help isn’t on the way, because … fire will burn … marriage will burn you … and … So, when you get married your going to be in a fire and you need to sound the fire alarm but it can’t be put out because love can’t be put out.”

I showed this to Max and he said “Is this a porno? I’m 40 seconds into this trailer, and I still think it might be a porno.” Nope, not a porno, just that wonderful porno production quality but without all the devil’s sex.

I have a feeling this is going to be the best movie about fire, God, and marriage starring Kirk Cameron that comes out this year. Don’t believe me? Listen to what Dr. Gary Smalley, author of Change Your Heart, Change Your Life had to say: “Amazing!”

Need more convincing? Look what the same people did with football, God, and marriage. I’m pretty sure Peter Berg stole that whole movie and just remade it shot for shot and called it Friday Night Lights. Except that in Facing The Giants, God is QB1, and Tim Riggins is (still) the Immaculate Conception.

Comments (7)
  1. I hope Kirk Cameron’s next movie is about earthquakes, God, and marriage and is titled something along the lines of “Rocked” or “Shaken to the Core.”

  2. HAHAHA! facing the giants required a “teaser trailer”. HAHAHAHAH!
    but seriously. tim riggins could “death crawl” jesus christ anyday of the week. period.

  3. I just can’t believe the wife in the movie is not his wife, Chelsea Noble. They’ve been in so many things together since Growing Pains, how could she bear to let him “act” like he’s married to someone else?

    • Sandra  |   Posted on Jul 27th, 2008 0

      It is quite ironic that you call yourself “coquette” and you post such a comment. It is hard to take you seriously.

  4. Sandra  |   Posted on Jul 27th, 2008 0

    The bible commands us to abstain from every appearance of evil. Acting as though one is married to someone else is temping questionable imaginations. The sanctity of marriage is more than the bed and a kiss. So, even though Kirk Cameron doesn’t kiss someone who is not his wife, the sanctity of marriage is not respected in the emotions that need to be conjured up in order to “act” the role of loving someone else. Acting romantic to someone who is not your wife is just the same as kissing someone who is not your wife. Do Christians desire the sensationalism and thrill of entertainment so much that they have become desensitized to discerning purity and immorality? In addition most people who see the film will probably not know that it is his real wife that he has kissed. This gives the appearance that Cameron is no different than the rest of the worldly actors. I know his motivations are “good”, but this is not a step in the right direction for Christians.

  5. Joyce Fox  |   Posted on Feb 12th, 2009 0

    Where can I buy this movie?

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