{ Thankfully, Not All of Hollywood Has Taken Leave of their Morals… }

Since this seems to be low-key blogging, movie-review-week here at The Journalista Chronicle, I thought I would share this. The 80’s Sitcom Growing Pains was always one of my favorites, as it portrays an intact traditional family with parents who teach their children values and morality, and right from wrong. I’m happy to see that Kirk Cameron is still showing America how important family and marriage are. He explains his new movie “Fireproof” to Bill O’Reilly in the video clip below.

I haven’t seen the movie yet, but definitely plan too. Foxnews.com reports on the movie’s unexpected success. ‘Fireproof’ tells the story of “a firefighter who lives by the mantra “never leave your partner behind” at work is about to do just that in his personal life.” Since opening at the boxoffice in October, Fireproof has grossed in excess of $30 Million! In the movie, Caleb Holt (Cameron) receives the book, “The Love Dare,” from his father, who tells him to follow its 40-day challenge to save his marriage. I am so excited that there ia a movie like this. A champion for traditional marriage and Christian values!

The movie, which has a strong faith-based message and was made with a budget of just $500,000 and a volunteer cast that includes former teen idol Kirk Cameron, has been surprisingly successful.

“This is a movie that gives people hope and inspires them that they can save their marriages _ that love, in the end, won’t fail, if you pour your heart and your time and your energy into the things that really matter,” Cameron said.

Watch the trailer on the movie’s official website here.

Have you seen ‘Fireproof’ already? Tell us what you think in the comments section!

Sources: townhall.com, foxnews.com




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