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Gary Sinise talks about his role in I Still Believe set to be released in theaters nationwide Friday, March 13.

The answer is “redemption, hope, and second chances.”  Question: What are three things the world could use a lot more of?  In The Way Back (hitting theaters nationwide March 20th) Ben Affleck stars as a guy who’s had some setbacks along the path. At the request of a priest, he reluctantly agrees to be the interim coach of his former high school basketball team after the head coach suffers a heart attack – taking him on a journey in which he both gives and receives encouragement and inspiration. Looks good.

Encourage one another and build each other up – 1 Thessalonians 5:11

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