Friday, October 31, 2008

Episode Thirty Seven (37) - Fireproof

I find it ironic that our review of Fireproof is our 37th episode.  See Clerks if you don't get it. 

Anyway, this week we have a special guest reviewer, my wife Nicole.  She shares her unique prespective on the latest film from the Kendrick brothers and Sherwood Studios.  
Show Notes  --
Intro Music  -- "We Didn't Start the Fire," as made famous by Billy Joel, performed by Bob Williams and his Orchestra.
Outro Music --"We Didn't Start the Fire," performed by The Hoosiers.  

EDIT- Sorry, I jumped the gun and posted this while our podcast host was still "processing," and apparently it never finished.  So, if you check your favorite podcast catcher this morning, it should be there now.


1 comment:

AceFire said...

Fireproof. The comments I heard well, I will decide that once i have seen the movie once it comes out on DVD here in the UK. Facing The Giants I still think it is a good movie regardless when you consider scale of budget and expertise as factors. But still I think that for what it is worth, Fireproof is helping a lot of people see marriage differently and challenging married couples (and couples who want to get married) to be more creative about their marriages. One thing I would like to say is that I think the Kendrick Brothers are showing the enormous potential of unique ideas of storytelling from a Christian perspective. I really like their story ideas and I think they are only going to get better.