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Road to Redemption (2001)

A couple come into contact with stolen mob money, gamble it away, and end up on the run from gangsters.

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Grandpa Nathan Tucker
Julie Condra ...
Amanda Tucker
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Sully Santoro
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Alan Fischer
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Vincent the Enforcer
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Frank Lightfoot
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Sheriff
Dennis Agajanian ...
Biker Leader
Jack Axelrod ...
Arnold
Gary Bayer ...
ER Doctor
Noah Poletiek ...
Paperboy
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Tow Truck Driver
Drinda Lalumia ...
Race Track Teller (as Drinda La Lumia)
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Fireman
Peter Moore ...
Arson Investigator
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A couple come into contact with stolen mob money, gamble it away, and end up on the run from gangsters.

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It's a trip. Buckle up!

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Action | Comedy | Drama

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Rated PG for thematic elements and mild violent content
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16 February 2001 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Estrada para Redenção  »

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Film debut of Leslie David Baker. See more »

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I Need You
Written by Paul Marino
Performed by River
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Best of the Christian movies I've seen
19 October 2003 | by See all my reviews

Here I am to tell you my opinions on "Road to Redemption". Of all the Christian movies I've seen ("Left Behind", "The Climb" and "The Ride") this is the best one. No one dies and there is no tacky "flash back" that seem to ALWAYS be in Christian movies (*ahem* take note of that please "Climb" and "Ride" script writers) It was a fairly amusing movie not all drama and Billy Grahmn (sp) was BARELY in it! Its a good start for Christian movies, hopefully its the "Keith Green" of Christian movies! =) (By the way: a teacher @ my school always claimed some guy named Keith Green was one of the first Christian singers or something.)


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