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Believe (2016)

PG | | Drama | 2 December 2016 (USA)
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A small-town business owner tries to save the local Christmas pageant against all odds.

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Albert Bagley
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Charlie
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In a small town going through tough economic times, business owner Matthew Peyton (Ryan O'Quinn) struggles between his desire for financial success and the responsibility of funding the annual Christmas pageant. Desperate business decisions ruin his popularity and angry employees seek their revenge. When Matthew meets Clarence (Isaac Ryan Brown), a joyful boy who believes in miracles, he must make a choice: do what's best for himself or give faith a chance by opening his heart to help his community. Written by Different Drummer

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Rated PG for some violence, thematic elements and brief mild language
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$3,500,000 (estimated)
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Many scenes in the fictional city of Grundy, Virginia were actually filmed in lead actor Ryan O'Quinn's hometown of Grundy, Virginia. See more »

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Poor Millionaires
11 July 2017 | by (Natchitoches, Louisiana) – See all my reviews

Do you hate poor people? Is life too hard for millionaire's that inherited everything they have? If you think people asking to be treated fairly for the work they do and that maybe indentured servitude is a bad thing then maybe you should skip this movie. But if you are the person who believes that rich people are better than poor people and that they have more of a right to share in the prosperity of our country more than poor people do then you will love this movie.


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