Atom User Reviews for I Still Believe
To grow up hearing about Jeremy Camp's story, and now to seeing it definitely well done. Truly an example of faith being molded, a great story of encouragement, and inspiring for anyone going through hardships. God's plans are always bigger than we can immediately see.
This is a great story with a great cast. I think Britt Robertson is on her way to big things. Amazing job.
Such a good movie
I loved it. Great performance and truly an inspiring story. I encourage everyone to see it.
An inspiring movie about unshakable faith in the middle of trials and unexpected illness, perseverance, faithfulness, and unconditional love. I loved this movie. It’s honest, real, and brings hope to anyone experiencing hardship and loss.
I saw with gf, we both ended in tears
It really is a powerful testament of gods faith and a powerful love story, go see it now if you haven’t!
Sad. But great movie.
The power of faith and love!
it is a good movie
A truly incredible movie,m
I went to church with Jeremy. I was there to see what this movie was about. You have to see it and know Jesus Christ is real and he loves you. Jeremy is an amazing man of God.
To much about god didn’t like that part
Wonderful story of how God uses us in a wonderful way to bring change to an unsuspecting life.
Great story with a lot of familiar faces in the cast! Bring a box of tissues and someone to hold on to!
Corny? Absolutely. Sincere and spiritual? Yes.
Sunsets, cellphone-lit melancholic music shows, and clichéd references to stars and constellations abound.
More often than not, I Still Believe feels like the cinematic equivalent of the sort of Christian pop songs its main character performs, filled with soaring choruses and heavy-handed lyrics. Every emotion is telegraphed to the hilt, with results that feel more manipulative than affecting. The fact that it's a true story only partially mitigates its more cloying aspects.