The Song You Know. The Story You Don’t.
ProsGood performances Inspiring and powerful story Awesome acting Wonderful singing An inspirational film
ConsUnimaginative dialogues at few moments
I Can Only Imagine Storyline
The story of I Can Only Imagine revolves around Bart Millard, lead singer of the Christian band Mercy. Bart Millard basically from Greenville, Texas, endures physical and psychological mistreatment because of his dad, Arthur. Arthur’s reason for being insensitive towards his son’s dream is due to the fact that he was misshaped by his own broken dreams of being an expert football player. Those disappointments smashed his spirit, and he has no time for the dreams of others.
At the point when Arthur turns out to be at death’s door, he discovers recovery by grasping his confidence and rediscovering his affection for his child and he progresses toward becoming somebody who his son, Bart never could have envisioned. A long time later, Bart’s harried youth and patched association with his father motivates him to compose the hit melody “I Can Only Imagine”.
I Can Only Imagine Star Cast
|J. Michael Finley||Bart|
|Brody Rose||Young Bart|
|Gina D. Brewer||Concert Goer|
|Joy Brewer||Concert Goer|
|Taegen Burns||Young Shannon|
|Bill ‘Bubba’ Bussey Jr.||Himself|
|Kelli Caldwell||Radio DJ|
I Can Only Imagine Characters
- Young Bart
- Concert Goer
- Young Shannon
- Radio DJ
Is I Can Only Imagine Worth Watching?
I Can Only Imagine, is a moving adventure of recovery, expectation, and absolution. Not at all like most Christian movies, this isn’t long winded and the acting is great. Dennis Quaid as the father and J Michael Finley as Bart are flawless, however, the entire cast did well. An extremely film about somebody overcoming and confronting misuse to pursue his fantasy and not consistently taking no for an answer. This motion picture will touch your heart and will make you emotional. The story is essentially stunning displaying the power of forgiveness. It isn’t a quick paced motion picture, no significant impacts simply great old film-making. It’s gritty, it’s savage, it’s amusing, it’s inspiring, it offers hope to everyone who has battled through harsh circumstances. It reflects genuine living. So folks, see this movie and feel good.
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