actor: Diane Lane

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

March 25, 2016
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is a dark superhero-comic book movie, whatever you would choose to call it. Batman (Ben Affleck) is a dark, brooding, masked vigilante in this picture. Many fans expressed a lot of anger when Ben Affleck was cast in this role but, to his credit, he does a good [...]

Secretariat

October 8, 2010

Dove Approved for All Ages

An interview with Director, Randall Wallace https://dove.org/news.asp?ArticleID=215 This is truly the story of a horse. Secretariat's personality and tremendous charisma steal the show entirely; however, there is a very subtle, palpable thread of faith as well. The film begins with a quote from [...]

Nights in Rodanthe

September 26, 2008
I find it rather ironic that there are two movies opening this weekend which center around a wife's decision to leave her husband or stay and fight for their marriage. This film takes the point of view that romance is worth setting everything else aside and you are encouraged to follow your dreams. [...]

Jumper

February 14, 2008
"Jumper" is a film with a premise similar to "Quantum Leap". David Rice (Hayden Christensen) learns he has the ability to teleport himself to different places in the world including Rome, Tokyo and New York City. He can control where he goes and he makes selfish use of this ability, for example [...]

Untraceable

January 25, 2008
This film is certainly something I would classify as a twisted murder mystery. With technology becoming more and more advanced, the killer in this film uses the internet to kill his victims. The movie is fast moving and full of action. The acting is phenomenal and the plot is somewhat original. The [...]

Must Love Dogs

July 29, 2005
I fail to see why producers of romantic comedies continually cross the line of acceptability for the family audience. Must Love Dogs is yet another example in a very long list of films that blows good taste right out of the water with foul language, sexual dialog, pre-marital sexual relationships [...]

Hollywoodland

September 8, 2006
This story line was interesting and even fascinating at times as it unraveled three possible scenarios regarding the death of actor George Reeves, who portrayed TV's "Superman" in the fifties. Was it a suicide? Was he killed by his ex-lover's husband? Or was it his new lady who also happpened to be [...]

Under The Tuscan Sun

September 26, 2003
Frances refers to herself as a fallen away Methodist. In her new home, she re-acquaints herself a little with the Virgin Mary, who is shown in paintings and statues. Mary brings her comfort. Frances is a good person who survives the pain associated with a husband who leaves her for another [...]

The Glass House

September 14, 2001
I loved this movie! It has all the ingredients of a good psychological thriller - twists and turns that leave you continuously sorting out the "black" hats from the "white" hats (although the writer included a few too many hints for my taste). .... This Hitchockian story has no weak [...]

Hardball

September 14, 2001
The good: This is one of those movies that will make you laugh, cry and walk out feeling hope for mankind. The boys that make up the team are adorable, funny and a smart pairing for Reeves. Despite the many jokes about Reeves acting ability and range, this is one of those movies where he gets a [...]