I Believe

I Believe


9-year-old Brian (Rowen Smyth) has a supernatural encounter with
God, an experience that sends him on an adventurous quest to “find out
more about what Christians believe”. He faces heavy opposition from the
world around him especially his own father Simon (Matt Lindquist), an
atheist TV newscaster. Brian finds allies in the pastor of a local church
(Wilford Brimley) and a wounded U.S. Marine (Jeremy London). Brian’s pure
and innocent faith brings about manifestations of God’s extraordinary
power that quickly become breaking news. Don’t miss out on this miracle
packed adventure!

Dove Review

“I Believe” is a story about using childlike faith, which can result in great blessings—sometimes even miracles. Brian is a little boy, very intelligent, who grew up in a non-Christian home, but as he writes a paper in school about the pilgrims, he learns of their faith. His parents discourage him from pursuing the Christian faith, but Brian is very interested in learning more. His father even tells him not to read the Bible, but he persists in seeking God.

Brian believes in God’s word, and prays for a veteran who is missing one leg. In addition, Brian sends a woman home to pray for her blind baby. A news reporter attempts to make a mockery out of Brian’s faith; subsequently, Brian’s family faces severe tests and trials. Brian is kidnapped by the mob, but this leads to one of the greatest miracles of all, especially for Brian’s family. This wonderful film focuses on faith and making a stand for God’s word. We are pleased to award our Faith-Friendly Seal for All ages this inspiring movie, however this film is not intended for very young children. This movie proves that childlike faith brings about great results!

Content Description

Faith: Characters demonstrate strong faith in God
Integrity: Characters are challenged to remain strong in their faith and convictions
Sex: None.
Language: "Glasses" and "Four Eyes" are names used for a kid with glasses; freak-1; jerk-1; shut your mouth-1; Lowlifes-1; Hell as a place.
Violence: A few kids bully a smaller kid; bullies accidentally kick each other; a threat to kill a news reporter; a man holds a gun on a father and a soldier, and soldier punches him out; a contract is put out on a boy to kill him but a little girl is shot instead, but prayer heals her.
Drugs: None.
Nudity: None.
Other: A woman tells her son that Christians like to tell people how to live their lives and to stay away from them; a father says Christians believe that if you don't go to church every Sunday and give the preacher money, you are going to go to H; man says there is no God but these people change; father tells son to stop reading the Bible; a man with a tattoo; a man kidnaps a child to pray for his son but he is returned; the mob is in the film.


Company: Screen Savers Entertainment, LLC
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 90 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Edwin L Carpenter