Seventeen Magazine has been around for 74 years with a circulation of over 1.9 million. They have recently revealed their list for the most romantic movies that will hit our movie screens in 2020. On top of their list is Christian movie I Still Believe. The movie is based on the real-life story of CCM chart-topping singer Jeremy Camp. I Still Believe follows Jeremy's life, including his marriage to his first wife, Melissa. Melissa was diagnosed with ovarian cancer just before they were married, but the pair continued on with their relationship through Melissa's illness.
Nevertheless, I Still Believe is more than just a love story. At the core of Jeremy and Melissa's relationship is their belief in God. Their faith that believes that God is good and with them regardless of cancer and death.
K.J. Apa stars with Britt Robertson as Melissa and Gary Sinise and Shania Twain as Camp's father and mother. Lion's Gate and Kingdom Studios, the creators of "I Still Believe," are the same filmmakers who created box office hits "I Can Only Imagine" and "Moms' Night Out."
"I Still Believe" releases March 20, 2020. To reserve your tickets or to learn more, go to Istillbelieve.com.
Here are the movies that made Seventeen.com's "7 Most Romantic Movies Premiering in 2020":
#1: I Still Believe (not yet rated)
#2: What About Love (Not yet rated in US, but 18+ in other countries)
#3: Emma (Rated PG)
#4: West Side Story (Not yet rated; the original was ratedG)
#5: The Photograph (Rated PG)
#6: The Lovebirds (Rated PG-13)
#7: Monster Problems (Rated PG-13)