The story of two people caught in the routines of work and circles of friends. The days begin with an alarm and ends with the fading sound of a television. Ron Hogan, a 28 year old ATM ... See full summary »
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 »
Believe Me had an awesome trailer and I was very much looking forward to this movie. I must say that I am very surprised at the excellent production value of the movie.
The humor in the movie is classy and isn't cheesy.
The movie doesn't force you any Christianity but instead is 90 minutes of excellent plot & great direction.This is the first Christian movie that I have thoroughly enjoyed and wanted to watch for a second time just so that I can revisit the wonderful & witty humor.
Excellent acting by the 4 guys combined with never seen before Christian satire makes this movie one of my favorites in recent years!
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