Wanting a closer connection with his older brother, freshman Ted Wheeler seeks initiation into a group called "The Kings". But, as the corruption of The Kings is revealed, Ted must expose the ugly truth about the brother he once idolized.
Philip G. Flores
Nick Offerman spontaneously signed onto the film after the crew found out that he was in Dallas the same day that they were filming the "admissions counselor" scene. His scenes were filmed in a few hours and they parted ways after. See more »
This movie was very well written and directed. It doesn't tell you what to think, but leaves you thinking.
The trailer may cause you to think it is anti-Christian, but it is not. Lecrae is in it (#1 Christian Hip Hop Artist). On the other hand, some people are calling it a Christian film, but it is not (no alter call or come to Jesus moment).
Other reviews- NY Times -"a smart, sly comedy...about the power of platforms".
Indiewire -" Will Bakke has crafted a hilariously smart religious satire".
Movieguide - "Christian satire done right".
Beliefnet- "Believe Me hits the right notes".
Be prepared to laugh out loud and have a good time.
Best to watch with a clear head as there are tons of little jokes that you might need to watch more than once to catch them all!
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