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Believe Me is so "effing" good. Has kind of a slow start, but once the characters (including Nick Offerman as a college professor) get going, I was laughing almost non-stop. The humor that makes fun of religion is spot on. Then, the story takes a more dramatic turn, and they go into all these deeper thoughts about religion and morality in a way that's not cheesy.
I'd consider myself a Christian, but I'm not very religious. I really appreciate how the movie makes you think about Christianity without forcing an agenda down your throat. Plus, it's always great when any story makes you laugh but has a smarter, deeper meaning behind it.
Go enjoy Believe Me right now.
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