I Still Believe

I Still Believe movie review
Genre: Drama/Music/Romance
Director: Andrew and Jon Erwin
Writer: Jon Erwin, Jon Gunn
Release date: 2020-03-07
Runtime: 116 min.
Language: English
Plot: Experience the true story Jeremy Camp and Melissa Henning. A great movie that shows what love really is.
Cast
Britt Robertson
K. J. Apa
Melissa Roxburgh























Family Friendliness

My Personal Review

“If one person’s life is changed through what I go through, it will all be worth it…”

Introduction

Jeremy Camp was an average man who was just starting his first year at college. He is very talented in music, and he uses that gift to bring glory to God. During his freshmen year, he meets a young woman named Melissa, and as they begin dating, they realize that they were meant for each other. They are determined to get married, but then the worst happens. Melissa gets diagnosed with cancer, stage 3. Confused and worried for her life, Jeremy helps Melissa through this hard time without second thought and shows what true love really is like.

Ripe Apples

Jeremy Camp is an outstanding individual. When he finds out his future wife has cancer, he doesn’t leave her as many people would. Instead, he knows that God brought them together for a purpose so he doesn’t give up on her. He stays with her through all the trials, no matter what comes up.

Throughout the trials, Melissa shows faith and understands God has a reason. She does get upset, but she overall believes that this is God’s plan for her, whether or not she gets better.

The couple keeps their dating a secret for a while, but eventually, they tell others about it, including their parents. Jeremy’s parents aren’t on board with Jeremy’s decisions, but near the end they finally understand Jeremy’s love for his wife. Despite the outcome of the situation, Jeremy continues in God’s will and is not angry with God.

This movie shows what love truly is. Today’s world has tried to change love in some ways, but, this movie shows that love is unending and does not give up, despite the trials.

Rotten Apples

This movie is a Christian film, so there is not really any rotten apples. We do see some blood coughed up. One person dies offscreen.

Conclusion

Before watching this film, I did not know anything about Jeremy Camp. After watching this film, however, I want to learn more. This film is very touching and unpredictable. I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to watch it. We need the truth of God and love in today’s culture. I recommend listening to some of Jeremy Camp’s music on YouTube. I hope you watch this movie. Please leave a comment below on how you liked the film!

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About Wormy

Wormy has been writing movie reviews since March 2018. He loves to review all types of movies and TV shows. His favorite genres are Adventure and Action.

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