Fireproof Kirk Cameron, Erin Bethea, Ken Bevel, Harris Malcolm, Jason McLeod Director: Alex Kendrick How things change. Leonardo DiCaprio was once understudy to Kirk Cameron during the latter's long-running stint as the star of television's Growing Pains. When that show was pulled in 1992, it was Cameron who was picked for Hollywood stardom. Instead, Cameron chose to retreat into the background, occasionally bobbing up in Disney Channel movies, but mainly looking after his family and, apparently, attending to his faith. And that's what this film is all about. A low-budget 'Christian' movie that has done incredible business both in theatres and DVD sales (US$50 million return on a US$500,000 budget), its heart is in the right place, even when a few other aspects (script, acting talent) aren't so great. Cameron plays a gung-ho firefighter whose marriage is falling apart. On the advice of his father, he turns to a bible-inspired guidebook that is supposed to help save his relationship. The wife (Erin Bethea) is not really taken by his change in attitude and the rest of the film centres around how our man tries to turn his life around. Cynics among us might catch the look of loathing in the lady's eye and scream 'Walk, man!' but, being the kind of film this is, he has to be put through his pains. It's a 'message' film, of course, and you'll have to want to be preached at if you are to enjoy it to the full. Extras: Deleted scenes; Fireproof's Jokes and Pranks; Fireproof Behind-the-Scenes; Filming a Movie in 30 Days video blog; Wayne's Firehouse commentary; Slow Fade video.