What about the old classic series, "Emergency". Doesn't anyone remember that. This was on every week and was based out of either San Francisco Fire or Las Angeles Fire. Not sure on the location. But it was always fun to watch. TV Land had them on for a while and suddenly they took them off. I have to agree on the, "The Towering Inferno" As for, "Fireproof" if you've seen "Facing the Giants", it's about the same in terms of your relationship with God. That's cool.
Yes, I've seen "Fireproof" and it is an excellent film. I had not heard about it before seeing it on the store shelf. I bought it just based off of the title and the DVD cover. Since this discussion is titled firefighter movies, If anyone is interested in other firefighter films, I would recommend "Smoke Jumper" with Brooke Burns.
Ironicly I was having some issues with my marriage....we watched it together, withing a week later things took a turn for the better, there is a bigger message there than the firefighting thing but all in all not too bad a movie.
I have not seen it yet but my sons bought me Back Draft and Ladder 49 since they are vol firemen. Youngest brought a paper home advertising this new one Fireproof and I would like to see it as well as add it to my collection.
Thank you I need to find the book then and read it first. I know they take a lot out of the movies cause there is not much room for the entire book. But I love my firemen and I want to understand all I can since my boys and nephew are one now.