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(171) 7.9 104 min 2018

Russ Taff: I Still Believe is a movie starring Steven Curtis Chapman, Amy Grant, and Mark Lowry. "Russ Taff: I Still Believe," a gripping documentary chronicling the beloved vocalist's unparalleled musical journey and...

Amy Grant, Bart Millard, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mark Lowry
Rick Altizer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Rick Altizer
Writer Rick Altizer
Stars Amy Grant, Bart Millard, Steven Curtis Chapman, Mark Lowry
Country USA
Runtime 1H 44M
Description "Russ Taff: I Still Believe," a gripping documentary chronicling the beloved vocalist's unparalleled musical journey and behind-the-scenes battle with alcoholism.

Top reviews

Friday, 10 Apr 2020 12:32

The documentary "I Still Believe" is a new effort from James McAlister, who wrote and directed the documentary "Inside the Mind of Napoleon Dynamite" about how an aspiring teen went from the top of the national debate team to the bottom of the barrel. He is an ardent advocate for the rights of all children, and he provides a "I Still Believe" presentation to all the individuals he interviewed in his movie. His words, and his documentary, are so powerful and so true to life that it is difficult to not feel for all the individuals that were featured in the film. The film is filled with so many facts, it is difficult to keep track of them all, but this is not a problem. They are all so important and important to all of us, and we need to know them. The "I Still Believe" presentation is so important because it is a great way to teach people about the facts that are important to us all. One of the things I found to be most effective in the presentation was the fact that everyone in the movie was a participant in the making of the film. The story of this documentary is an example of how people are willing to go to great lengths to make a difference, and they will not hesitate to take that leap and be a part of something bigger. The "I Still Believe" presentation is not a documentary that is supposed to be enjoyed by all of us, but it is a powerful and insightful story about the lives of individuals who are willing to do something about this problem. I give "I Still Believe" a seven out of ten. It is a great documentary that will teach you a great deal about the people involved in this film. I hope you enjoy this film as much as I did.
Wednesday, 01 Apr 2020 04:17

On the subject of the Hollywood machine, the story of the emergence of this film has a very interesting side to it. The best feature of this film is its cinematography and it gives a very accurate and well-balanced depiction of the Hollywood movie industry. The footage is mixed with interviews from industry insiders and former executives, most of which are very good. It also features interviews with a number of Hollywood film directors and actors. Some of these interviews are good and some are not, but the overall mix is good. The interviewees are all very interesting and it is interesting to see how different people perceive the industry. In addition, the film does a good job of pointing out some of the problems with the industry, such as over-regulation, low-budget, and lack of vision. Another important thing the film does is to point out how bad the actors' union is, which is another interesting thing. There are a few criticisms of the film and they are good and very fair. One of the criticisms is that the film focuses on the working conditions of the film industry. There is no doubt that it is important to discuss working conditions, but the film is actually very good at doing that. It also provides an interesting look into the director's decision to make the film and it is very interesting. I think the best criticism the film receives is that the film fails to give enough information about the problem of the Hollywood union. This is a very good criticism and I think it is very fair. I also think that this criticism is very fair because it shows that there is a problem with the union. I also think it is fair because the film is really interesting and very good at pointing out some of the problems of the industry. Overall, I think this is a very good documentary. It is not a great film and it does not show the problems of the industry or the reasons why the problem exists, but it is a very good film and it is very interesting to watch.

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