Believe MeSam stood on stage with thousands of crazy fans. Smart, charming, handsome, Sam had given with his message, called for contributions for his charity. For Sam, embezzlement was easily comparable to getting attention from the only person he cared. When Callie, tourism manager and lover of Sam, finally discovered his tricks, it was the moment for Sam to tell the truth.Keywords:
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Directors of "Believe Me"Will Bakke
Creators of "Believe Me"Michael B. AllenWill Bakke
Critic Reviews of "Believe Me"New York TimesSeptember 25, 2014
A smart, sly comedy about what its director, Will Bakke, calls "the power of platforms," "Believe Me" parodies the machinery of faith-based fund-raising with its heart on its sleeve and its jokes above the belt.Village VoiceSeptember 23, 2014
The movie loses its zip as it becomes more dramatic ...Kaplan vs. KaplanOctober 12, 2014
The screenplay is lacking in conviction from any angle.Film RacketOctober 11, 2014
The intentions of Believe Me are admirable. The execution, though, is unconvincing and not especially funny.Q Network Film DeskOctober 06, 2014
The balancing act they manage in poking fun at evangelical culture ... while not blatantly mocking organized religion and, more importantly, people's faith, is impressiveBeliefnetSeptember 30, 2014
A remarkably smart, funny, brave, and heartfelt first feature film -- Bakke has a sharp eye but a warm heart and a refreshing honesty.Baret NewsSeptember 29, 2014
A thought-provoking, faith-based parable asking whether it's ever too late to make a second impression, especially on God.HollywoodInToto.comSeptember 28, 2014
Believe Me pokes fun at gullible Christians, but it has another, more deserving target in its sights.Contactmusic.comSeptember 28, 2014
A knowing, very sharp script gives this comedy a very strong kick as it tells a story about interlopers in America's Christian subculture.Cinemalogue.comSeptember 26, 2014
... manages some consistent laughs as it pokes good-natured fun at religious gullibility.One Guy's OpinionSeptember 26, 2014
There are moments when the movie hits the target. Unfortunately, they're not enough to raise what might have been a sharp, perceptive take on the rah-rah side of modern Christianity above the level of mediocrity.
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