It was really, really good, and the acting was good, and natural, too. I think it is the best by this company, though we haven't yet seen "Flywheel." I think that was the first by this company, so it may be rougher and not as well acted as this one, or "Fireproof." But I encourage others to see "Courageous." It had some really good humor in it, too--like when that guy building the shed hires Xavier, only it's the wrong Xavier, and they go back and forth, when he finds out his goof. And also, this guy kept goofing and telling his captain over the phone "I love you" because in each instance, he had been on the phone talking to his wife right before. The captain got him back, good-naturedly, near the end.
But do go see it. Our newspaper critic gave it a C+, not for the religious content, though, but for other reasons I no longer remember. I would have given it a B+. Even our young grandsons liked it and the humor too, of course.