Believe Me


Action / Comedy / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 37%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 64%
IMDb Rating 4.9 10 1001


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Reviewed by fluffchop 2 / 10

It's disguised as a comedy, but it's a Christian film, period.

The film shows some of the complete hoax that is Christianity. Namely the fact that preachers, pastors, parsons, and so on are con artists who stand up and lie to their congregations every week. There is no "God", god is a character in the fictional book the Bible. So they talk nonsense about an imaginary characters plan for those in the audience. Stupid comes up and asks how does one know what gods plan is for them? Exactly the point, there is no god, there is therefore no plan from god. It's complete garage and it doesn't do anyone any good to believe in such nonsense. Of course the Christians are in complete self delusion and lap up this nonsense that is preached to them. It's just such garbage, it's fake, it's phony, it's the cause of self-righteous judgmental thinking that they are holier than thou. That they are somehow "saved" and must inflict their delusional thinking onto others that they may be saved. I wish I'd not bothered watching this movie as it's a bore, it's not funny, it goes the way of drama and artificial redemption. What it is is a drama film about some guys scamming a charity. Then they have a change of heart. What looks like it's pointing fun at the ridiculousness of this religion is actually a story about said guys having a change of ways. The implication is that the power of god while they were on tour is the cause of this change of heart. So as in my title, it's a Christian movie as it shows the power of god at work in the lives of these sinners. It's enough to make you puke but at least Christianity is being phased out in the NWO.

Reviewed by andersonsg-1 9 / 10

Not Another Christian Film

My personal rating is a 9, but it's objectively probably a 7.

Believe Me is an excellent take on the "Christian" world, or Christian culture, if you will. You can't really call it a Christian film; you just can't. There are plenty of christians who hate, loathe and are embarrassed by the "art" that gets passed on to our churches and friends and uncles and aunts and parents, etc. as "Christian art". They don't seem Christian or even like art, really. The director of Believe Me must've felt the same way based on the way he satirizes the modern church experience. But he goes further and develops characters who face difficult spiritual and ethical decisions. And not in any cookie cutter type of way. Though Believe Me occasionally displays some lower budget vibes and some convenient plotting, it makes up for in writing and performance. The leads are more captivating than any other fresh faces you've ever come across. Plus, it feature Christopher McDonald and Nick F***ing Offerman. I wish I had when I was growing up...

Reviewed by amigafuture-57059 10 / 10

Christianity is the plagiarist of Mithra!

I thought they did very well showing the sheep beliefs and misinformation that American Christianity has taken on and spews to it's masses. I Love that they showed all the grammar and wording that's used in Christianity. It shows very, very well how you should not own anything you do or say and "Give it all to the character Jesus. Do not think for yourself! Only trust in a man that live a long time ago....not in yourself!"

As well as discuss my life and my experience, I also show this to "Christian" friends to help them understand their manipulative and Zealot Religion that's far, far from what it's roots are: Pagan.

Christians are easily scammed because they have a blind Faith. The Christian agenda and political views also also shown very well.

Trust and believe in your own logic and emotions and those whom are in synchronicity with you. Know your own God-Source (Soul). watch this movie and LAUGH! Well made! I left Christianity when I was 16, I saw the BS and hypocrite, back stabbing ways very early. I'm now 40+ and I still see it in those "Faithful" believers. I'm not an Atheist, and not agnostic.

Christianity is the plagiarist of Mithra!

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