Disclaimer: This site does not store any files on its server.

Ver Believe

Believe is a movie starring Ryan O'Quinn, Shawnee Smith, and Danielle Nicolet. A small-town business owner tries to save the local Christmas pageant against all odds.

Billy Dickson
Shawnee Smith, Danielle Nicolet, Ryan O'Quinn, Kevin Sizemore

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Drama
Director Billy Dickson
Writer Billy Dickson
Stars Shawnee Smith, Danielle Nicolet, Ryan O'Quinn, Kevin Sizemore
Country USA
Runtime 1 h 59 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Believe is an explicitly Christian movie, and the town's annual Christmas festival knows the reason for the season. During the festival, a narrator (who's perhaps a pastor) tells a throng of children the original Christmas story. But as more and more people come to depend on the festival financially, the movie suggests that it's morphed into more of a commercial enterprise than a holy holiday..

Top reviews

Wednesday, 01 Jul 2020 19:22

I will be brief. This is one of the best films I have seen this year, both for its acting, plot and cinematography. If you like documentaries, you'll love this one. The music is excellent, with the exception of the last few minutes, which are out of sync with the rest of the movie. It is probably the only problem I have with this film, and it's not that it's bad, just that it has to be done so very carefully. If you look closely, you can see it. (If you want to know what I mean, see the last scene.) As a documentary, this is a masterpiece. The story of how this incident affected the lives of the people involved is extremely well-crafted and raw. I think I've said all I can about the acting in this film, but there is one more thing that needs to be said. This film, at its best, is a work of art. It is a work of art that could be the work of any one of us, with a little bit of imagination and a lot of hard work. The ending of this film, is something I would love to see done a second time. It is something that could only be done by a director with a lot of talent. It is also something that could only be done by the great Don McKellar. That last sentence sounds like a line out of a teenager's mouth. When you watch this film, you want to see Don McKellar on the screen. And he is. Not only in the acting department, but in the directing. He is the man who deserves the best part of the award. He also deserves the biggest applause for this film. I give this film 9/10 stars. I love it, and I am watching it again. That's right, I'm going to watch it again. I love it.
Friday, 26 Jun 2020 13:42

After the immense success of St. Vincent, and the remarkable success of Pippi Longstocking, Disney had every reason to believe in the potential of this new story, and I believe that it was. This is one of those rare films that can work in both animation and live action, it just doesn't matter if the film was animated or live action, and this film certainly is both. St. Vincent tells the story of Lila (Finn Wittrock) who is a very shy and depressed teenager, who is a failure in school, who is only saved from failing by her brother, Frank (Moses Eberhart), who she turns to for help. The entire film is told from Lila's point of view, and her decision to leave home and go away to the big city to live with Frank, and even though she is living with him for a year, she has a crush on the popular boy, Tom (Sam Elliott), and she starts to change when Frank starts to fall in love with her. The story is a very interesting and original one, and although it is a bit predictable, there are still a few twists that keep you watching and guessing. The story is told in flashbacks, and the whole film is shown through Lila's eyes, and the whole film is told in a very beautiful way, and you can just feel the pain that she goes through in her loneliness. I think that the acting is very good, but it's really the story that makes the film really good. This is one of the few films that I have seen that is not only a great story, but also an excellent film. This film is very entertaining and very powerful, and it is a very funny film as well. This is the film that I consider a classic, and it's definitely one of the best Disney films of all time.
Tuesday, 02 Jun 2020 06:45

The movie is a brilliant look at the psychology of a mentally ill woman and how she deals with her illness. Through her eyes and body language you can see the desperation and the lack of love in her life. She seems to have nothing in her life but her own opinions and has to do everything in her own ways. What I liked about the movie is that it is very realistic and very human. The people in the movie, especially the character of the doctor, seemed to be realistic. It is easy to empathize with someone that is mentally ill, especially someone who has been in the situation for so long. However, the movie does not take a position about whether or not her illness was due to her mental illness or if it was caused by her psychological problems. The movie does not put a stigma on mental illness and focuses on the real facts. It shows what a mentally ill person does for a living, the isolation and frustration that is felt during her illness, and the struggles of trying to live with her illness. It shows the effects of her illness on her relationships with people. I also liked the way the movie was able to show the various different forms of the illness. The physical symptoms of the illness and the psychological symptoms are very different. There is no such thing as a "one size fits all" type of illness, which may cause people to feel sorry for someone. The movie did a great job of showing the different forms of the illness and how people may react to it. There is no such thing as "one size fits all" and no one disease can be used to represent all mental illnesses.
Monday, 25 May 2020 04:23

Tough to watch, I just couldn't. This is the second film I've seen in a row that I'm not sure I'll like, so far. The first being "A Walk to Remember", another movie I thought was a complete waste. In my opinion, this film, however, is something different. It is far from a perfect film, but it is very intense. You might not like this movie, but I did. I found it quite effective. It is a story of the human soul. About how someone's life is irreparably altered, and you never know how long it will take to get back to normal. It is a thought-provoking movie, but it is also very depressing. It also isn't too much about a happy ending. The subject is still very important, and I felt as if it was dealt with in a very appropriate way. It is very hard to deal with in any kind of positive way, and in this movie, it is dealt with in a very realistic way. You get the impression that the actor who played Frank is very empathetic and remorseful. It is very hard to believe that he's been in this condition for over twenty years. The scene where he meets his therapist is very powerful. You see how the therapist can really help him, and how he can use Frank to help him. It is a very well acted scene. I just found the ending very disturbing, and very sad. But I felt that I needed to watch it again to get that feeling. I do not think I will ever feel that way again. In any case, I felt it was a very effective movie, and one that I would recommend to anyone who is looking for a movie to watch.

Write a review