I Still Believe
Music • PG • 2020 • 1 hr 55 min
I still believe is a beautiful movie based on true story with a positive message.
I wach this film with my mum and we cry alot. So it's pretty good film.
Really good movie that made even me cry who pretty much only cried watching titanic. Really good movie with a little plot twist and sadness.
I didn’t expect this to be this good. Even cried at the end.
What a beautiful story. I'm not a fan of real drama, but even I loved it. If your going through hard time, it's a MUST!
This is a touching real life story that will probably make you cry
She still wants to go with me and she doesn’t have a lot to us for her to do that I have a lot to go.
This is a pretty good movie but it is sad movie
So beautiful and sweet. Also extremely painfulbutwithapowerfulmessage.
Unexpectedly good! Lots of memorable scenes.
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