Do You Believe?


Action / Drama

IMDb Rating 6.1 10 5941


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Alexa PenaVega as Lacey
Sean Astin as Dr. Farell
Mira Sorvino as Samantha
Madison Pettis as Maggie
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by bkoganbing 5 / 10

Believing or going through the motions?

Do You Believe from the same folks who gave us the God's Not Dead movies and both of those take their model from those secular films, Boogie Nights, Magnolia, and most of all Crash. It's Crash with a Christian twist to it. The center character is a street preacher who runs into minister Ted McGinley and asks a simple question, Do You Believe?

Meaning are you really believing or just going through the motions? The actions of the various characters whose lives intersect at various points in the film. In the end nearly the entire cast is involved in a multiple vehicle crash on a city bridge. That climax is gripping and well staged.

In this cast the two performances that stand out are Madison Pettis as the homeless and pregnant teen taken in by Ted McGinley and Shwayze as a young gangbanger who takes to heart the words of Delroy Lindo.

I'm in agreement with the reviewer who said that the characters are a bit too goody goody. That even the bad ones for the most part aren't really that bad. Makes it a bit hard to swallow the plot premises.

Still for a Christian film it's not bad entertainment.

Reviewed by matthangas 8 / 10

A heartwarming story of what true Faith is,..

A heart warming story of true devotion to the message of Christ and the Cross...a dozen lives intersect at a great illuminated cross in some unnamed city...actually well acted...Brian Bosworth is quite good as Joe, the dying ex con, and Lee Majors and Cybill Shepard are great as the somewhat frumpy yet lovable couple grieving the loss of their daughter...Mira Sorvino puts in a credible effort as a struggling homeless widowed mom struggling to keep a roof over her daughter's head and food in her tummy. The real gem in this movie, though, is Makenzie Moss...utterly adorable, she has that open honesty that only a child can engender...not sure what the negative reviewers are griping about...guess some people just aren't happy, and wish no one else was either...all in all a very good movie

Reviewed by dluper 9 / 10

So glad I watched!

So glad I watched this movie!!! I love movies that bring out the positive emotions. The acting was good, especially Brian Bosworth. I loved that the movie shows that everyone is redeemable, everyone is welcome to the Christian faith.

I especially loved that this movie was not ashamed to use the name of Jesus. Living in a society that regularly ridicules believers can be difficult and taxing. This movie was spot on, and exactly what I needed

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