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I Can Only Imagine
J. Michael Finley and Brody Rose




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""I Can Only Imagine"" by the band MercyMe is the best-selling Christian song of all time. While lead singer Bart Millard wrote it in only ten minutes, it was a lifetime in the making. After his mom walks out, Millard (played in the movie by newcomer J. Michael Finley) endures years of abuse at the hands of his bitter father (Dennis Quaid), and uses music to escape. At age 18, Millard witnesses the transformative power of his faith when God begins to change his father's heart and heal their father-son relationship. Cloris Leachman and Trace Adkins co-star.

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Overview

""I Can Only Imagine"" by the band MercyMe is the best-selling Christian song of all time. While lead singer Bart Millard wrote it in only ten minutes, it was a lifetime in the making. After his mom walks out, Millard (played in the movie by newcomer J. Michael Finley) endures years of abuse at the hands of his bitter father (Dennis Quaid), and uses music to escape. At age 18, Millard witnesses the transformative power of his faith when God begins to change his father's heart and heal their father-son relationship. Cloris Leachman and Trace Adkins co-star.

Main Cast & Crew

Andrew Erwin - Director
Jon Erwin - Director
J. Michael Finley
Brody Rose
Dennis Quaid
Cloris Leachman
Madeline Carroll
Trace Adkins
Tanya Clarke
Rhoda Griffis
Jason Burkey
Gianna Simone

 

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DVD Format
  • Format: DVD
  • Run Time: 110
  • Color Format: Color
  • UPC: 031398286240
  • Genre: Family
  • Rating: PG (MPAA) (thematic elements including some violence)
  • Release Date: June 2018

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Movies > Dramas

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Family Life
Music

 

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"In addition to the Erwins’ solid direction, the strength of the movie is the two central performances." - 03/16/2018 Chicago Sun-Times

 

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