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Genre: Music, Romance / Release year: 2020 / Directors: Jon Erwin / Jon Erwin. Emma Stone's sister in Maniac. If your name is Haven Hit ♥️. I still believe official trailer. User Score Play Trailer Overview The true-life story of Christian music star Jeremy Camp and his journey of love and loss that looks to prove there is always hope. Featured Crew Jon Erwin Director Andrew Erwin Writer Jon Gunn You need to be logged in to continue. Click here to login or here to sign up. Global s focus the search bar p open profile menu esc close an open window? open keyboard shortcut window On media pages b go back (or to parent when applicable) e go to edit page On TV season pages → (right arrow) go to next season ← (left arrow) go to previous season On TV episode pages → (right arrow) go to next episode ← (left arrow) go to previous episode On all image pages a open add image window On all edit pages t open translation selector ctrl + s submit form On discussion pages n create new discussion w toggle watching status p toggle public/private c toggle close/open a open activity r reply to discussion l go to last reply ctrl + enter submit your message → (right arrow) next page ← (left arrow) previous page.

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I Still Believe Theatrical release poster Directed by Erwin Brothers Produced by Kevin Downes Jon Erwin Andrew Erwin [1] Screenplay by Jon Gunn Madeline Carrol [2] Based on I Still Believe by Jeremy Camp Starring KJ Apa Britt Robertson Melissa Roxburgh Nathan Dean Shania Twain Gary Sinise Music by John Debney Cinematography Kristopher Kimlin Edited by Parker Adams Ben Smallbone Production companies Kingdom Story Company Kevin Downes Productions Erwin Brothers Entertainment Distributed by Lionsgate Release date March 7, 2020 ( ArcLight Hollywood) March 13, 2020 (United States) Running time 115 minutes Country United States Budget $10–14 million [3] Box office $4 million [4] [5] I Still Believe is a 2020 American Christian romantic drama film directed by the Erwin Brothers and starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, Melissa Roxburgh, and Gary Sinise. It is based on the life of American contemporary Christian music singer-songwriter Jeremy Camp and his first wife, Melissa Lynn Henning-Camp, who was diagnosed with ovarian cancer shortly before they married. Camp's song " I Still Believe " is the film's namesake. The film is the first production by Kingdom Story Company, the Erwin Brothers' fifth feature film, and their second to be released under the Lionsgate banner. It premiered at ArcLight Hollywood on March 7, 2020, and was theatrically released in the United States on March 13, 2020. Plot [ edit] Based on Camp's memoir of the same title, it focuses on Camp's romance with his first wife, Melissa, whom he married in October 2000 despite knowing she was dying. [6] The couple were informed after their honeymoon that Melissa's cancer had spread. She died in February 2001, 4½ months after they married. [7] It dramatizes Camp's college years, his rise as a well-known singer, and eventually meeting his second wife, Adrienne. [7] Cast [ edit] Production [ edit] The film is the first project of a deal struck between the Erwin Brothers and Lionsgate after the success of their film I Can Only Imagine in 2018. [9] It is also the first film produced by Kingdom Story Company, a film studio founded by the Erwin Brothers, Kevin Downes, and Tony Young, [10] and the Erwin Brothers' second music biopic after I Can Only Imagine. Jeremy Camp was actively involved in the production of the film, [11] while singer-songwriter Bart Millard of MercyMe (whose life story was told in the Erwin Brothers' I Can Only Imagine) acted as an executive producer, [12] along with Camp, Jon Gunn, and others. Casting [ edit] KJ Apa was announced as the star of the film, playing Camp, and Gary Sinise was announced for the role of Camp's father, at CinemaCon in April 2019. [13] That same month it was announced that Britt Robertson would co-star as Melissa Camp, joined by Shania Twain as Camp's mother, Melissa Roxburgh as Melissa's sister, and Nathan Parsons as Jean-Luc, a mutual friend. [9] Apa, who did his own singing for the film, said he was drawn to the story because "[t]heir love is seriously put to the test in this movie, " adding, "it's about journeying through your biggest fears and disappointments and coming out still believing. I believe that anyone, everyone can relate to this film because it's a story about love, loss, and hope. " [14] Apa later related that his role in I Still Believe is "the coolest thing I've ever done". [15] Jeremy Camp stated that Apa was concerned about detail and would often consult him whenever he was in doubt regarding how to play his character in certain scenes. [8] Co-director Andrew Erwin related that he hoped the cast, particularly Apa and Robertson, would attract non-Christians in addition to a Christian audience. [16] Music [ edit] Composer John Debney was hired to write the score for the film, [17] while KJ Apa sang his own renditions of several songs written by Jeremy Camp during the period of his life accounted in the film, including "I Still Believe", " Walk by Faith ", and " This Man ". [18] I Still Believe is John Debney's third time composing the score for a Christian film, after The Passion of the Christ in 2004 and The Young Messiah in 2016. Writing [ edit] Jon Erwin, Jon Gunn, and Madeline Carrol (who starred in I Can Only Imagine) wrote the screenplay for I Still Believe. [2] The film is Madeline Carrol's screenwriting debut. Jeremy Camp, initially apprehensive about how the film's script would read, was surprised to find that he liked it right off for "[h]ow accurate and beautifully done it was. " [8] Filming [ edit] Filming began in the Mobile, Alabama area in May 2019, [19] [20] where it was filmed entirely. [21] The film's cinematographer, Kristopher Kimlin, had collaborated with the Erwin Brothers on their past productions, Moms' Night Out, Woodlawn, and I Can Only Imagine. Theme [ edit] Regarding the film's main theme, Jeremy Camp, on whose life the film is based, said that it "tells my story and shares what God has done amidst all the hard things I went through. It shows hope in the midst of pain. " [22] The film's stars, KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, and Shania Twain also shared their thoughts on the film's themes, with Twain commenting that "[t]his is [about] a love that goes beyond fear, that goes beyond any doubt[. ]" Apa said that it's [about] journeying through your biggest fear and coming out on the other side and still loving God... I hope people, after seeing the love between Jeremy and Melissa, think, 'I hope that I could one day be in love like that[. ] [23] I Still Believe' s co-director, Jon Erwin, said in an interview with the Baptist Press that [the] film grapples with [the question of why God allows suffering. ]... I think we forget so many times that there is a beauty, and a purpose, and a meaning in the difficult things we go through. And that sometimes God uses those things more than He uses the good things that happen to shape us, to mold us and to give us our voice.... It's a love story as God intended, between these two people and God, and between these two people and each other[. ] [24] Soundtrack [ edit] I Still Believe: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Soundtrack album by John Debney, Jeremy Camp, David Leonard, and JJ Heller Released March 6, 2020 Genre Soundtrack Label Capitol John Debney film scores chronology Dora and the Lost City of Gold (2019) I Still Believe: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack (2020) Clifford the Big Red Dog (2020) The original motion picture soundtrack was released digitally by Capital Records on March 6, 2020, and included Debney's score, Apa's renditions of Camp's songs " This Man ", " I Still Believe ", " My Desire ", and " Right Here ", as well as new versions of "I Still Believe" and " Walk By Faith " performed by Jeremy Camp, and two tracks featuring dialog from the film. [18] Track listing No. Title Length 1. " I Still Believe " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:42 2. "Jeremy Says Goodbye" (written by Debney) 4:05 3. " This Man " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:09 4. "Take My Hand" (performed by David Leonard) 4:20 5. "Find Me In the River" (performed by KJ Apa and JJ Heller) 3:03 6. "Some Stars Shine Brighter Than Others" (written by Debney) 3:12 7. " My Desire " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:19 8. "Dwelling Places (Dialog)" (dialog by cast of I Still Believe) 0:59 9. " Right Here " (performed by KJ Apa; written by Jeremy Camp) 3:29 10. "Melissa Loves Jeremy" (written by Debney) 2:07 11. "You Call I'll Answer" (performed by David Leonard) 4:03 12. "Walk By Faith (Dialog)" (dialog by cast of I Still Believe) 2:35 13. "Ancient Stories Still Relevant" (written by Debney) 4:44 14. "Hey, What’s Your Name Again? " (written by Debney) 3:21 15. " Walk By Faith (2020 Version) " (written and performed by Jeremy Camp) 3:41 16. "I Still Believe (2020 Version)" (written and performed by Jeremy Camp) 4:31 17. "I Can’t Save Myself (Bonus Track)" (performed by Adrienne Camp) 3:12 Release [ edit] I Still Believe premiered at ArcLight Hollywood in Hollywood, California on March 7, 2020, [25] and was released in North American theaters on March 13 by Lionsgate, [26] [27] with early showings on IMAX theaters on March 11. I Still Believe is the first feature-length faith-based film to be released on IMAX screens. [2] Rating [ edit] I Still Believe was rated PG by the Motion Picture Association of America for "thematic material". [28] Marketing [ edit] The film's first trailer was released in August 2019, [29] while the second was released in January 2020. [30] Christian band MercyMe announced in October 2019 that it would be promoting the film through their winter-spring 20/20 tour with Jeremy Camp as a special guest. [12] [31] In February 2020, Camp wrote and released I Still Believe: A Memoir in promotion of the film. [11] Jeremy and Adrienne Camp and Jon Erwin spoke at Liberty University in early March prior to the film's release to promote I Still Believe. [32] Regarding Lionsgate's role behind the film's marketing, co-director Jon Erwin related that [h]aving the full support of Lionsgate is new for us [him, his brother Andrew, and frequent collaborator Kevin Downes]... They’re treating this [film] no different [sic] than they would ‘ Twilight ’ or ‘ The Hunger Games ’ or any of their huge releases. The ad buy is... big, just like any other movie. We’ve never experienced anything like it. [8] Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] In the United States and Canada, the film was released alongside The Hunt and Bloodshot, and is projected to gross $11–15 million from 3, 250 theaters in its opening weekend. [33] [34] [35] The film made $4 million on its first day, including $780, 000 from Wednesday IMAX screenings and Thursday night previews. [3] Critical response [ edit] On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, I Still Believe holds an approval rating of 40% based on 25 reviews, with an average rating of 5. 4/10. [36] On Metacritic, the film has a weighted average score of 37 out of 100, based on 11 critics, indicating "generally unfavorable reviews". [37] Audiences polled by CinemaScore gave the film an average grade of "A" on an A+ to F scale, and PostTrak reported it received an average 4. 5 out of 5 stars. [3] In a favorable review, Pete Hammond of Deadline Hollywood said that " I Still Believe doesn’t rewrite any of the rules of this genre, but it does ask the right questions of faith in light of unimaginable tragedy without trying to sugarcoat them. For those who truly want to 'still believe', it should be enough. Fans of Apa also ought to be happy. Cynics should quarantine themselves from this; it's not for you. [38] Megan Basham of World also wrote a positive review for the film, and, while criticizing it for its "melodramatic raging", similarly praised its depiction of faith amidst suffering, saying, "[t]he Erwins are careful to show that God is faithful even when He says 'no. '" [39] Joe Leydon of Variety, in a positive review for the film, praised Apa's and Robertson's performances and commended the Erwin Brothers' direction, saying that in I Still Believe "they amp the emotional power — subtly at first, then gradually more aggressively — with a 'Love Story'-style scenario that is all the more potent for being based on real-life events. " [40] Frank Scheck of The Hollywood Reporter commended the film for dealing with "the difficulty of maintaining faith when tragedy strikes for no apparent reason", although his review was ultimately negative, with him stating as a bottom line that "[t]ears will be jerked, but you'll feel the machinations. " [41] Carla Meyer of The San Francisco Chronicle, while praising Robertson's acting and her chemistry with Apa, derided the film for the lack of "any character development for Jeremy beyond caretaker and worried partner. " [42] Similarly, IndieWire writer David Ehrlich gave the film a "C-", stating that "[t]he power of the Camps' story is hard to deny, but it would almost be impossible to make it seem more hollow. Maybe if the Erwins depicted people with half the same detail with which they dote upon Jesus, I Still Believe wouldn’t feel so insufferably forced to those of us who don’t. [43] Similarly, TheWrap contributor Carlos Aguilar, while praising Kristopher Kimlin's cinematography and the "above-average production value", called the film "[s]accharine" and "[f]ormulaic to the core, from the protagonist’s short-lived moment of doubt to the epiphany that sets him back on course. " [44] References [ edit] ^ "I Still Believe – Official Ticketing Site - KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Shania Twain, Gary Sinise" – via ^ a b c Mendelson, Scott (February 11, 2020). "Box Office: IMAX Positions 'I Still Believe' As Next Big Faith-Based Hit". Forbes. Retrieved February 12, 2020. ^ a b c Anthony D'Alessandro (March 13, 2020). "Weekend Box Office Headed To 22-Year-Low At $58M+ As Coronavirus Fears Grip Nation". Deadline Hollywood. Retrieved March 13, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe (2020) - Financial Information". The Numbers. Retrieved March 14, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe (2020)". Box Office Mojo. Retrieved March 14, 2020. ^ Jeremy Camp: Melissa's Dying Wish (CBN) ^ a b Gary Sinise, KJ Apa will star in faith-based film 'I Still Believe' about singer Jeremy Camp (Fox News) ^ a b c d Josh Shepherd (March 9, 2020). "Romance Flick 'I Still Believe' Seeks To Set New Standard For Faith-Driven Films".. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ a b ‘I Still Believe’: Shania Twain, Melissa Roxburgh & More Join Lionsgate/Kingdom Studios’ Faith-Based Drama (Deadline) ^ Erwin brothers launching new film studio (Birmingham Business Journal) ^ a b Herb Longs (February 22, 2020). "Jeremy Camp Pens New Book 'I Still Believe: A Memoir ' ".. Retrieved February 24, 2020. ^ a b Clarks, Jessie (October 30, 2019). "MercyMe's Bart Millard Announced As Executive Producer Of 'I Still Believe ' ". The Christian Beat. Retrieved December 24, 2019. ^ K. J. Apa & Gary Sinise Join Lionsgate/Kingdom Studio Faith-Based Film ‘I Still Believe’ – CinemaCon (Deadline) ^ WATCH: Riverdale's KJ Apa Sings and Romances Britt Robertson in Moving I Still Believe Trailer (People) ^ Kelly McCarthy (March 9, 2020). " ' Riverdale' star on returning to set without Luke Perry". Good Morning America. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ Michael Foust (February 19, 2020). "Director: "I Still Believe" Is a 'Huge Opportunity' to Reach the Unchurched". Christian Headlines. Retrieved February 19, 2020. ^ "John Debney to Score the Erwin Brothers' 'I Still Believe ' ". January 13, 2020. Retrieved January 24, 2020. ^ a b " ' I Still Believe' Soundtrack Details". March 5, 2020. Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ Film News Roundup: Shania Twain, Britt Robertson Join Faith-Based ‘I Still Believe’ (Variety) ^ New Erwin brothers movie, ‘I Still Believe, ’ seeks extras for filming in Mobile () ^ Culturati, Kate O'Hare's Pax (March 11, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Tells Jeremy Camp's Story of Love Amid Suffering". ^ Morris, Andrea (August 23, 2019). "Shania Twain, Gary Sinise Starring in 'I Still Believe', True Story of Christian Singer Jeremy Camp". Christian Broadcasting Network. Retrieved January 9, 2020. ^ Law, Jeannie (November 30, 2019). " ' I Still Believe' movie aims to inspire viewers to 'love beyond fear' ('Heart of the Story' video)". The Christian Post. Retrieved January 9, 2020. ^ Diana Chandler (February 24, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' touted as evangelistic love story". Baptist Press. Retrieved February 24, 2020. ^ " ' I Still Believe' movie premiere".. Retrieved March 8, 2020. ^ " ' I Still Believe' trailer shows star-studded cast, tells true love story of Jeremy Camp". The Christian Post. ^ "I Still Believe". Lionsgate Publicity. Retrieved January 1, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe (2020) - Financial Information". Retrieved March 9, 2020. ^ See Riverdale star K. Apa in first trailer for Christian romance I Still Believe (EW) ^ Cranswick, Amie (January 15, 2020). "New trailer for I Still Believe starring KJ Apa, Britt Robertson, Gary Sinise and Shania Twain".. Retrieved January 22, 2020. ^ Michael Foust (February 12, 2020). "I Still Believe to Become 1st Faith-Based Movie on IMAX". Retrieved February 12, 2020. ^ Jacob Couch (March 4, 2020). "Singer Jeremy Camp promotes 'I Still Believe' film with director Jon Erwin". Liberty News. Retrieved March 8, 2020. ^ Anthony D'Alessandro (March 11, 2020). "Vin Diesel Pic 'Bloodshot', K. Apa's 'I Still Believe' & Blumhouse's 'The Hunt' Hit Theaters Amid Coronavirus Jitters". Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ Jeremy Fuster (March 10, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Expected to Top 'Bloodshot' and 'The Hunt' at Weekend Box Office". TheWrap. Retrieved March 10, 2020. ^ Brad Brevet (March 12, 2020). " ' I Still Believe', 'The Hunt', and 'Bloodshot' To Hit Theaters This Weekend". Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe (2020)". Rotten Tomatoes. Fandango. Retrieved March 14, 2020. ^ "I Still Believe Reviews". Metacritic. CBS Interactive. Retrieved March 13, 2020. ^ Pete Hammond (March 12, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Review: KJ Apa Impressively Hits A Different Note As Singer Jeremy Camp In Faith-Based Tragic Love Story". Retrieved March 13, 2020. ^ Megan Basham (March 6, 2020). "Emotional underload". World. Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ Joe Leydon (March 11, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Review - Variety". Variety. Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ Frank Scheck (March 11, 2020). " ' I Still Believe': Film Review". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ Carla Meyer (March 11, 2020). "Review: Britt Robertson keeps 'I Still Believe' somewhat believable". The San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved March 12, 2020. ^ David Ehrlich (March 11, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Review: A Christian Rock Biopic So Earnest It Makes 'Walk to Remember' Seem Like 'Salò ' ". IndieWire. Retrieved March 13, 2020. ^ Carlos Aguilar (March 12, 2020). " ' I Still Believe' Film Review: KJ Apa Croons His Way Through Another Saccharine Faith-Based Biopic". Retrieved March 13, 2020. External links [ edit] Official website I Still Believe on IMDb I Still Believe at the TCM Movie Database I Still Believe at Box Office Mojo.

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