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(3376) 6.4 116 min 2020

I Still Believe is a movie starring Britt Robertson, Melissa Roxburgh, and K.J. Apa. The true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss that looks to prove there is always hope.

Starring
Britt Robertson, K.J. Apa, Melissa Roxburgh, Nathan Parsons
Genres
Romance, Music, Drama
Director
Jon Erwin, Andrew Erwin

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Romance, Music, Drama
Director Jon Erwin, Andrew Erwin
Writer Jon Erwin, Jon Gunn
Stars Britt Robertson, K.J. Apa, Melissa Roxburgh, Nathan Parsons
Country USA
Also Known As J'y crois encore, Vì Anh Vẫn Tin, Eu Ainda Acredito, Še vedno verjamem, Aşka İnan, Ja Još Uvek Verujem, Enquanto Estivermos Juntos, Még mindig hiszek, Kým si so mnou, 依然相信, Wierzę w Ciebie, Mientras estés conmigo, Cosa mi lasci di te
Runtime 1H 56M
Description The true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss that looks to prove there is always hope.

Top reviews

Thursday, 23 Jul 2020 11:56

The cast for this film was first class, and the themes they chose were both really good. I really enjoyed the fact that they chose to show us the lengths that they went to in order to get themselves into their own particular situation. For example, the daughter is actually given a chance at a different type of relationship, but her father ultimately does not see the validity of this relationship. This really put a strong message in the film. The theme of the film was something that I really liked, because this is something that is constantly repeated in our lives. At the end of the film, when they were at the mountain, when they were in the local club, the middle-aged man suddenly leaves the club because he feels that his girl-friend is a terrible influence on him. Then, later on, when the father goes into his room, and gets to hear the girl-friend talking to him, the father suddenly falls out of his chair and yells at her, saying that she is "unmanly" and that she is causing him to lose his patience. The father, of course, is telling the girl-friend that he is being very gentle, and that he has been with his girl-friend for a long time, and that he is not a very nice person to talk to. This really put me in a different perspective on the film, as I felt that this was just a huge step for the character in order to not feel like an "idiot." I also liked the way that this character turned out, because even though I was still unsure of his intentions, I still felt that he was a great guy. So, even though he was unhappy with the situation he had in life, he still kept trying to be the good guy, and he did not give up his relationship with his girlfriend, even though she was very much dissatisfied with the way he was living his life. Overall, the acting in this film was very good. I would definitely recommend this film to anyone who is in a similar situation, or anyone who is looking for a movie that has a good message.
Wednesday, 17 Jun 2020 02:49

Once upon a time, the actor Edward Burns played the famous character Johnny Rotten. The character is an ageing, alcoholic man who also is a prolific magazine photographer. He is aging into the end of his life, and in fact is a couple of years older than he was when the first film was released. The film The Green Mile portrays the character of a man who, as well as being a huge alcoholic, has also been, in the course of his career, a serial killer. How the character gets to this point and how he reaches it are key themes of this movie. And the way in which they get to this point is also the key theme of The Wizard of Oz, which is also an ageing film character who also kills. It is important to see this movie as a movie and not as a film about aging. But the obvious parallels are there. You can find such a character like this one in a lot of different movies. Not that you can't find him in other movies. The film is a lot like a film like A Star is Born. The most obvious parallels between those two are that the character played by a great actor is ageing and, like the character played by an aging actor, the character played by a great actor is a serial killer. In both cases, the actor is a "star" as are the other characters. This movie may be considered a cult classic, and it certainly is. But what it does is give a sense of what aging is like, but also how ageing and its physical symptoms and feelings are associated with the characters. I do not think there is a difference between the characters in this movie and in A Star is Born. I think the key difference is that in A Star is Born, the actor was a star, whereas the actor in this movie is aging. It is the same for movies, but in this case the actor aged. The actor is ageing as his character is ageing, and the actor's character is ageing as his character is ageing. This is one of the key themes of the movie. It is a great film for those who like the idea of ageing and the physical symptoms associated with ageing, and it is also a great film for those who like the idea of a serial killer. It also is a good movie for anyone who wants to see a good movie about ageing and the symptoms associated with ageing. My Grade: B


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