Remember Fireproof, the Christian movie about one firefighter’s quest to win back his wife’s love after being dishonorable about internet porn that surprised art house snobs by becoming the top-grossing indie of 2008? The Christian Backdraft that even Kathie Lee made fun of Kirk Cameron about? Well, you can take it off your Ironic Movie Night Netflix list (everyone has one of those, right?), because here’s a four minute video of all the “best” parts. I found that this viewing experience can be heightened by imagining a church full of hysterical laughter at the “funny” parts.
I love that there’s a big dramatic scene that includes a character accusing another character of clearing his browser history. That’s just Drama 101:
(Via Video Home System.)
When he calls her a “woman” when someone in a normal non-Christian movie would say “bitch,” it kind of has MORE power. Someone should tell Quentin Tarantino about that trick.
And if that’s too long, here’s the more plot-centered “Fireproof In 60 Seconds”:
Mr. Rudolph = the audience.