Twelve lives intersect in this drama about Christian spirituality, beginning with a pastor (Ted McGinley) who has his faith challenged by a street preacher. Do You Believe? comes from the production company Pure Flix Entertainment of 2014's controversial God's Not Dead.~Daniel Gelb
The Do You Believe? movie was one I saw the first part of the movie from YouTube and thought it a little rough, but then when I looked at more of the movie, I was cheering for more of it. I was hooked and wishing all the characters to succeed. I loved the ending and bought more copies of the movie to share with family. I know they will have the same experience.
It is hard to find a good movie that is morally-based for the family, but this one is it! "Do You Believe" has humor to make you laugh, sober moments that can make you cry and matters of the heart that can change you for the good. I highly recommend that everyone see this movie!
The best way I can describe this is a Christian Crash. There are 12 different people who's lives all intersect throughout the movie and it is amazing to see all of their lives cross from an eagle's eye view. Lots of dialogue and messages you can tell God inspired. Very intense last 25 minutes of the movie. I've watched the movie a few times with different groups of friends of mine and I have yet to get through the movie without crying. Hope you enjoy!
I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Excellent Christian movie!
From the makers of God's Not Dead. Focuses on 12 different people just like normal life. It all comes together at end. Thought provoking! Highly recommend!
I don't usually get emotional watching a movie, but this movie had several very touching emotional moments. There were several well known actors in this movie and was a well written script. I would recommend this movie for everyone to watch no matter what your religious preference is.
If your religious, this is a great movie for you. I'd encourage you to ask yourself some of the questions, asked in the movie, to review your relationship with god. Lots of things people can learn from this movie as well. Also check out "gods not dead" and "heaven is for real."