Movie Review: I Still Believe

By Natasha Muller

Have you ever gotten a song stuck in your head and wanted to know more about the song or the artist that wrote the song? Well, if you’ve heard Jeremy Camp’s song “I Still Believe,” you might like to know the movie, by the same title, is now available for home viewing. If you’ve heard the song or seen the trailer of the movie, or even listened to the words and comprehend the words of the title of “I Still Believe,” you can imagine that there is more to the story. And you’d be right. With that in mind, and with no need for a spoiler alert, let me share I watched it at home with a box of tissues. Even if you’re unfamiliar with this particular song or artist, you’ll probably be touched by the emotional story portrayed by the actors and actresses.  I became interested in the movie to find out more about a contemporary musician whose songs I frequently hear on the radio. With exceptional skill, the actors and directors drew me into Jeremy Camp’s personal story. I saw it unfold as a believable song-writing journey with struggles and a growing romance.  But more importantly, I saw his message of unconditional faith, hope, and love. There is Romance and drama as well; but overall, “I Still Believe” is a wonderful movie to watch. So check out the movie and let me know what you think. You might also want to know the actors of the movie, which include K.J Apa as Jeremy Camp, Britt Robertson as Melissa Camp, Shania Twain as Jeremy’s mom, Gary Sinise as Jeremy’s dad. 

One thought on “Movie Review: I Still Believe

  1. mimi beveridge says:

    Great review Miss. Muller.
    You are a gifted writer.

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