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Trailer: ‘Henry Poole is Here’

In the upcoming movie “Henry Poole is Here,” a bitter, disaffected man named Henry (played by “Old School” star Luke Wilson) gets a new chance at life when pilgrims begin flocking to his home to see an outline of Jesus’ face on the side of Henry’s house.

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  • Devon212

    Here’s a link to the new Luke Wilson movie Henry Poole Is Here. He’s definitely my favorite Wilson brother, and I’m looking forward to checking this one out when it hits theaters on August 15th! The movie also stars George Lopez and Cheryl Hines from Curb Your Enthusiasm.
    http://www.myspace.com/henrypooleishere

  • Anonymous

    I can’t wait to see this movie. We need more moives that give us hope, laugh and make people feel good.

  • Sharkie73

    Its finally HERE- Im really looking forward to checking out Henry Poole Is Here in theaters today! I love Luke Wilson, and Cherly Hines from Curb Your Enthusiasm is hilarious! I just watched the music video for the winner of the MySpace Henry Poole theme song contest, and it’s pretty cool. Been a fan of Mark Pellington’s for a long time, and I love his work. You can find the music video here:
    http://www.myspace.com/henrypooleishere

  • Tyler

    If you missed this film the first time around, I strongly encourage you to check out the recently released family version. I absolutely loved this movie! It was such a great story about a real life guy who was struggling with his faith and accepting it. This is something that I’ve been struggling with myself for the past couple of years. It was such an encouragement to see this played out. And it’s really cool that I’ve found a site, http://www.henrypoolebelieves.com. Right now it looks like they are giving away 10 copies of the movie for free. If you haven’t seen the movie yet, or even if you have, you could always give it to a friend, but it’s definitely worth checking out! PERFECT film for a FAMILY movie night!

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