UPDATE: This is GREAT NEWS! I Still Believe is being released on demand beginning March 27th. It will be available for a limited time only on Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play, YouTube and more. It won’t be ready for DVD release for a while, so this is your chance to see the movie that was released on March 13th as the NUMBER ONE film in North America!!!
From the moment I heard about the movie I Still Believe, I knew it was going to be amazing. What I didn’t know was that my life was going to be profoundly changed. I am an avid reader and movie goer. I get really wrapped up in the stories, attached to the characters.
I have been moved to tears, touched emotionally, and left theaters with thoughts inspired by the movie running through my head for days after. Still, this was a different experience. This was most definitely a God-led experience.
I Still Believe Movie: Inspiring, Uplifting, Life-Changing
The powerful themes of love, faith, and resilience are truly awe-inspiring. We often tell our children that everyone is a special gift from God, and that everyone has a gift to give. This movie demonstrates that in such an intense way. One love CAN change your life. One life CAN change the world.
I Still Believe is the true-life story of Christian music mega star Jeremy Camp. It takes us through his remarkable journey of love and loss to show us that there is always hope in the midst of tragedy and that faith tested is the only faith worth sharing. It’s a love story – not only between two people, but between God and His children.
What stood out for me was the real, down to earth story that is presented – a story of people who are extraordinary and yet ordinary. We see their raw emotions, their fears, their sorrow. We see ourselves in all of their frailty. The message that shines through is one of hope for all of us.
I Still Believe is the latest movie from directors Jon and Andrew Erwin and producer Kevin Downes, and stars KJ Apa (Riverdale), Britt Robertson (A Dog’s Purpose), Shania Twain, and Gary Sinise (Forrest Gump,CSI:NY). I can’t say enough about how perfectly they all played their parts and how powerful their performances were. If ever I believed that I was watching real people in real situations (instead of actors in a movie), this was it.
Seventeen Magazine voted I Still Believe as the most romantic movie of 2020. For the first time in history, a faith film has ranked No. 1 in this long-standing secular teen magazine. Hurry – don’t wait! Go buy your tickets now. Then, grab your date and get ready to watch the inspiring love story everyone is talking about. I Still Believe is in theatres across Canada on March 13th.
I’m giving away a movie pass for 2 and a hoodie over on my Facebook page Creative Cynchronicity AND you can enter for a second chance over on Instagram too! One lucky person will win the movie pass and another will win the hoodie! Go enter for your chance (Sorry – Canadians only, Quebec excluded.)