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For a Christian film, this one was actually funny.
In a genre where cliches are a norm, Believe Me provides an honest look into the Christian movie industry. Unafraid to tackle topics like cash-based ministries, Believe Me was a witty, smart and necessary film.
The actors make the movie enjoyable but I wouldn't watch it again.
honestly, i loved it. it was a great time to laugh at myself and it really made me think.
Let's steal a shit ton of money from gullible Christians in the name of charities. Sure! Why the hell not? As someone who: 1) is an atheist and 2) spent some time living in a Christian household who regularly goes to the church, I loved how it playfully mimicked Christians behavior. It's an average comedy drama with a formulaic storyline. It plays very safe, but it has some really good laughs. Believe Me is predictable, but not an awful movie. Generic, unmemorable, but funny.
It has clever things to say about America's culture of faith and is full of humor for those familiar with the church scene.
It's as good idea, but as the movie advances and the drama starts dominate over the comedy, it loses its purpose. It could have been much better if they just kept going the original way, not the cliche one...
A surprisingly relevant film that speaks directly to the millennial generation. The films high point is in its confrontation with modern religion.
This film was extremely refreshing in it's take on Christian culture. It had me laughing while also causing me to think about my faith!
It's not perfect...no, but if we count it a "Christian film", it's the best one in years. It's refreshing to have someone poke fun and critique Evangelicals and yet not be malicious.