Fireproof! Last years big blockbuster romance drama. It takes a few scenes to paint the picture of the inspiration of this film so here it goes.
Okay, here's the argument that got the movie rolling. The whole point of this movie lies in this argument and what to do to fix the problems they
Here's a scene where the two parties are complaining about each other to friends... sort of a "he said/ she said" kind of thing.
Caleb comes to terms with his rejection towards God, thus realizing that his efforts to show his wife, Kathrine that he still cares is not enough to
win her back. Here, Caleb just recieved the first bit of faith he probably ever had.
Caleb comes to Kathrine to apologize while she's lying in bed. He humbles himself before the person he hurt and they have their first serious civil
conversation in the whole movie.
Caleb finds Kathrine in the bay as she starts telling him things that make him a good person. They kiss and make up. Caleb finds out that the "Love
Dare" was not his dad's doing, but his mom's who he has treated badly as of late. They make up. Caleb and Kathrine renew their vows.
I hope you all enjoy these clips and decide to watch these movies after seeing these clips. they are well worth it.
You're evil if this doesn't make you cry. The movie is "The Boy in the Striped Pajamas." The scene is the end scene in which the little german
boy digs under the fence of the concentration camp and goes inside to help the little Jewish boy find his papa. I must warn you that it is a very sad
outcome and in the spirit of ATS, we are looking to more of that in the future the way our government is destroying our country.
Inspiration in that movie is simply the friendship between the german boy and the jewish boy. Reminds me of Jesus telling us to be like "little
children" who basically have hearts of gold, pure in innocense. One thing inspiring to me about the holocaust is the story of Anne Frank. That
final scene in the "Boy in the Striped Pajamas" makes me look at the future we are headed in. A repeat of the past.... but with our own government
poisoning the masses.
As cheesy as it is, you can't help but be moved by the President (Bill Pullman) in ID4, when he gave his alien bashing speech to the fighter
pilots...or the sense of accomplishment of downing the mothership.
Yep, it's cheesy and you can drive a truck through the plot holes, but for all that, it was very inspirational.
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