Believe

Film of the Year 2016
Christmas Drama
8.5

Brilliant

Believe Out Now on DVD in US

Believe DVD coverOur 2016 Film of the Year, Believe has now been released on DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital HD across the US.

Click here to download Believe on Digital HD from iTunes

Believe is a wonderful, heart warming and inspirational film, one of the most exciting and best Christmas films to date that will have you laughing and on the edge of your seat with a message of faith and social change, it may prompt you to look at Christmas a little differently this year. Believe is a film not to be missed. Click here to read our full review.

Even though this film is set at Christmas, it can truly be watched all year round, with themes that will inspire you to social change any time of the year.

The film is set in the small town of Grundy, and for years has relied on the Peyton family to provide the highlight of the year – the annual Christmas pageant. When Matthew Peyton (Ryan O’Quinn) inherits the family business, the responsibility of the Christmas pageant also falls on his shoulders.  But as financial hardships fall on the town, Matthew finds himself overwhelmed. As his business profits plummet and his workers begin to strike, Matthew is forced to make a decision between selling the family business and cancelling the beloved pageant or sticking out hardships despite his rapidly declining popularity in the community.

Through chance events, Matthew meets Clarence (Issac Ryan Brown), a boy who believes in miracles, and his mother Sharon (Danielle Nicolet). His newfound friends impact Matthew’s life in a way he never thought possible and teach him to believe and give faith a chance.

Click here to watch the trailer

Believe is available on DVD and Blu-ray in stores across the US.

Click here to download Believe on Digital HD from iTunes

This is a film not to be missed.

Richard Smith is the founder of The Christian Film Review. His passion is to generate a buzz about Christian film and get people informed and excited about Christian films, showcasing the alternatives that in this day in age are a light in the darkness of what society is promoting.

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