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A deranged melodrama where any sense of soapy, campy fun is undercut by the preachy, self-serious tone.
A self-aggrandizing sermon that preaches only to the faithful.
Wherever you fall on the spectrum of spirituality, the only answer to "Do You Believe?" is "No."
More professionally produced and acted than the indiegelical norm, but only fitfully engaging on a dramatic level and entirely hermetic on a theological one.
Subtle as a sledgehammer to the toes and only slightly more entertaining ...
Do You Believe is a Christian movie for a Christian audience. It is not mainstream entertainment; it is mainstream Sunday school -- which is fine if this is what you want to see at the movie theater.
Crash, but Jesus-y. Scoffers and doubters will get their smackdown, but even believers should be skeptical at how this ridiculous roundrobin plays out.
The cast is a motley mix of the known and unknown, all doing their best to deliver Konzelman and Solomon's awkward sermon, under Jonathan M. Gunn's equally awkward direction.
For anyone who likes intense drama & great performances
Drama is well-acted but more political than religious.
The cinematic equivalent of a Jehovah's Witness who won't take 'no' for an answer getting his foot stuck in your door.
Is aimed at a targeted audience of believers and fully satisfies them.
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