Director- ALEX KENDRICK
Produced by- STEPHEN KENDRICK, ALEX KENDRICK, DAVID NIXON
Rated- PG for thematic material and some peril
This movie is absolutely breathtaking! Inspiring, powerful message, and excellent quality! Caleb Holt (Kirk Cameron) is a courageous firefighter who selflessly risks his life to save others. But, despite this, his marriage is falling apart. His father gives him a handwritten book, a forty day dare, to try to save Caleb's marriage.
This is an amazing movie, and after watching it, it's easy to believe it has touched the lives of so many people. Several notes regarding the age group. First, some of the husband/wife fights may be too much for younger viewers, and also an intense scene with the firefighters trying to save two girls stuck in their car, 'On the tracks'. Also, the only questionable moment in the movie would be when one of the firefighters decides to have some 'Me time' dancing in front of a mirror with music. Although funny, it probably should have been left out. (Note that it is easy to skip over it). The score is powerful, and the songs are CCM, which some may not like. But, only two songs are played the whole way through.
Overall, this is an inspiring film, with an amazing message you shouldn't miss!