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Monday, August 17, 2020

Faith Based Movie "I Can Only Imagine" - to Premiere on UPtv!


MOVIE REVIEW

Movie: I Can Only Imagine

Network: UPtv

Original Air Date: September 5, 2020

*Faith Based Movie to Premiere on UPtv! 'I Can Only Imagine' first premiered in theaters in the Spring of 2018 and tells the story behind the Christian band MercyMe’s hit song “I Can Only Imagine.” See the trailer video below!

*CAUTION: This movie was rated PG when it was released in theaters. Warning: There is physical and mental abuse in this story of a wife, child, and later, a young man. This movie is not recommended for young viewers.

*Awards: 'I Can Only Imagine' won the KLove Fan Award for Film Impact, GMA Dove Award for Inspirational Film of the Year, Movieguide Award for Most Inspiring Movie, and Plugged In Movie Awards 2019 for Best Christian Movie - Audience's Choice!













CAST:

J. Michael Finley ... Bart Millard
Dennis Quaid ... Arthur Millard, Bart’s abusive father
Cloris Leachman ... Meemaw, Bart's grandmother
Madeline Carroll ... Shannon, Bart's girlfriend
Trace Adkins ... Scott Brickell, MercyMe's manager
Tanya Clarke ... Adele
Brody Rose ... Young Bart
Taegan Burns ... Young Shannon
Craig Lembke ... Konoa Wheeler
Priscilla Shirer ... Mrs. Fincher, Bart's teacher
Nicole DuPort ... Amy Grant
Jake B. Miller ... Michael W. Smith
Mark Furze ... Nathan








PLOT:

Storyline via UPtv: Growing up in Greenville, Texas, Bart Millard suffers physical and emotional abuse at the hands of his father, Arthur. When Arthur becomes terminally ill, he finds redemption by embracing his faith and rediscovering his love for his son. Years later, Bart’s troubled childhood and mended relationship with his dad inspires him to write the hit song “I Can Only Imagine” as singer of the Christian band MercyMe.


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*images via: UPtv

7 comments:

  1. This is a wonderful movie! I have the DVD and have watched numerous times. Would not recommend it for kids though since there is some abuse in this movie. I cry every time I watch it. We always win with Christ!

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    1. kitkat, Thank you for sharing that. I was just looking over the post this morning and thinking I should probably include a caution for young viewers for this one. I haven't had the opportunity to watch this one, yet, so I appreciate your feedback. I'm very much looking forward to it, especially when we get to the best portion of the movie - the forgiveness part!

      God's love can cover a multitude of sins! 1 Peter 4:8

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  2. Is this movie based on inspired true Story?

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    1. Yes, it is! This movie is based on the real life experiences of Bart Millard, who is the lead singer of the Christian band, MercyMe.

      If you're not familiar with their music beyond this song, "I Can Only Imagine," they are absolutely phenomenal! I have many favorites! :)

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  3. I saw this when it first was in theatres. I balled like a baby! lol...such an amazing story of Forgiveness and redemption. It is always hard to watch and hear about people suffering abuse whether physical or emotional, so there should definitely be a disclaimer for that! But what and incredible story and I have always loved that song, but to hear the back story for that song, just makes me appreciate it even more.

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    1. Sarah, Oh my, I better get my tissues ready for this one. I love a good heartfelt cry. A story where a character finds redemption is always my favorite. It seems so many stories today a character is bad and stays that way, but it's also good to see that someone who is in a dark place can finally see THE LIGHT!

      I will be sure to add a disclaimer above. Thank you so much for sharing that.

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  4. There’s another Christian movies are based on inspire true stories!!!

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