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A smart, sly comedy about what its director, Will Bakke, calls "the power of platforms," "Believe Me" parodies the machinery of faith-based fund-raising with its heart on its sleeve and its jokes above the belt.
The movie loses its zip as it becomes more dramatic ...
I give Bakke and crew credit for trying and, on most counts, succeeding to bring something new and entertaining to the table.
The screenplay is lacking in conviction from any angle.
The modest intrigue of the story is how it will all be resolved.
The intentions of Believe Me are admirable. The execution, though, is unconvincing and not especially funny.
The balancing act they manage in poking fun at evangelical culture ... while not blatantly mocking organized religion and, more importantly, people's faith, is impressive
A remarkably smart, funny, brave, and heartfelt first feature film -- Bakke has a sharp eye but a warm heart and a refreshing honesty.
A thought-provoking, faith-based parable asking whether it's ever too late to make a second impression, especially on God.
Believe Me pokes fun at gullible Christians, but it has another, more deserving target in its sights.
A knowing, very sharp script gives this comedy a very strong kick as it tells a story about interlopers in America's Christian subculture.
... manages some consistent laughs as it pokes good-natured fun at religious gullibility.
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