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  • I’m very excited for this film, for many of the same reasons you are. However, if you haven’t seen it, I suggest you check out the film “Blue Like Jazz.” The reasons both of us are looking forward to this film (Christian culture both skewered and honored in comedic form by Christian filmmakers) are on great display in “Blue Like Jazz.” I look forward to “Believe Me” hopefully joining its ranks.

    Here’s the trailer for “Blue Like Jazz,” if you’re interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wg2O1LqkYEU

  • Diogenes

    Silly, immature, self centered commentary on the history of christian film making, clearly reflective of your youth, and your obvious sense that no one before your generation has any intuitive depth.

  • Elledra

    Ah, Diogenes, they shall indeed know Christians by their love.
    (Translation: Irony)

  • Loren Haas

    Blue Like Jazz?
    Loved the book!
    The movie?
    Much hype, but I am very sorry to say I found it to be lame, just as lame as “Fireproof”, etc.
    “Believe Me” looks good, but I will belive it when I see it.

  • Ms. Ray

    A dislike of Christian flims that have a message, that tells me one thing people don’t like hearing God’s truth. People would rather see films that make them comfortable in their sin filled life rather than hear a message that saves. My concern, watching this preview a person can’t really tell if it will be a truly Godly film, whenever a movie preview comes with the title “a Christian film” but seems to look like others that are clearly non Christian films, there is a compromise somwhere in the mix. A person is either on fire for the Lord or their not. Luke warm does not cut it, God will spew you out his mouth.

  • Tim

    Just because a film is made by a Christian does not make it a Christian film. Just watching the trailer, it shows a group of non-believers deceiving, which could lead people to believe this is how the church really is. Christian based movies are faith based movies. This movie looks like it is designed to encourage the exact stereotypes that Christians are so often associated with, seems to me it is more of a Christian Deterrent and not a magnet.

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  • Braedyn

    It should naturally be assumed that the guys in this trailer are going to deceive for most of the movie and will probably turn towards God at the end. This is just a trailer, I’d hold judgments till after the movie.

  • Braedyn

    But you will never truly know until you see the movie.

  • Braedyn

    I do find extreme potential in this movie, definitely more than any Christian film I’ve ever seen. I just hope it’s not too cheesy. A common element in nearly all Christian movies I’ve seen. One gripe I have is that the poking fun at hand gestures thing, I feel, is already a cliche in Christian culture. Now I know I’m talking a lot of negative, but I feel that going into a movie with as low of expectations as possible, without specifically looking for faults, is the best approach becuase then there is a lot more room for the movie to gain speed and blow the roof off your metaphorical entertainment factory. Not to mention the severe dissappointment of figuratively falling from the tip of the Space Needle when a movie doesn’t live up to expectations. So that said, I am very restraintfully hopeful and even sadly excited.

  • James

    I’m sorry, but most people are in total agreement with Laura, I know a plethora of people who are just like you, thinking even contemporary christian music, like Matthew West, Chris Tomlin, is all dead. Has no spiritual value whatsoever. I would like to say that you need to be more open minded and listen to people. Not anywhere near opening it to any other beliefs, but just listening to people, about what they have to say. We are all on the same team!!
    Ephesians 4:4-5
    …4 There is one body and one Spirit, just as also you were called in one hope of your calling; 5 one Lord, one faith, one baptism,
    It says it right there in the Good Book. Thanks, bye 🙂

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  • Brave Sir Robin

    “The best Christian film since Chariots of Fire.”


    Sorry, I could have sworn you just put THIS film and THAT film in the same sentence…

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  • Brother Jeff

    I hope you “go to heaven” sooner than later, so the rest of us don’t have to deal with you on this planet anymore.

  • Great Movie. Click on the link and read the reviews.

  • Charles Czech

    Let’s advertise to the masses the hypocrisy and falseness of Christianity, and then, to the tiny minority who actually see the film, present a nuanced viewpoint that the faith actually has some good qualities after all. (Funny how Chariots of Fire succeeded without this approach.)

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  • Lance

    I just saw “Believe Me” on Amazon Instant Video and I must admit it was an enjoyable film. It tilted towards being ‘preachy’ at times but veered off at the last moment (e.g. when Callie and Sam have a discussion outside a movie theater in which Callie has discovered his deception and holds him accountable). It is definitely better than “Gods Not Dead” and films such as “Fireproof” due to the screenwriting and ‘too close to home’ parodies e.g. the christian worship leader who is singing ‘Jesus’ 16x’s or the 4 styles of hand raising. “It’s all about Jesus so I just took out the words in between”. I do appreciate these films as they have a message to communicate and address issues that people would rather not mention ( ‘Fireproof- pornography anyone?) The cast was likeable and there was definitely some male bonding going on. The movie has it’s flaws-parady is challenging and the problem with ‘Christian’ film is that it can be too wordy. I do not know if the filmmakers would even want it to be considered a “Christian” film. People forget that film is a visual art form and too much dialogue can drain life from a scene. Chariots of Fire was not a ‘Christian’ film. It was good filmmaking and a great story. ‘Believe Me’ was made to be enjoyed and poke some fun at the evangelical subculture. If we cannot laugh at ourselves we need to lighten up a bit.