actor: Anne Archer

Patriot Games

June 5, 1992
When former marine Lt. Jack Ryan (Harrison Ford) finds himself in the midst of flying bullets, he becomes a hero by saving a member of the Royal family from an Irish Terrorist group. However, he makes a strong enemy in the person of Sean Miller (Sean Bean), when Ryan kills his younger brother who [...]

Clear and Present Danger

August 3, 1994
The same thing dooms this film from receiving our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal that doomed its predecessor, namely "Patriot Games", and that is strong language.The violence level is a bit high as well. In this story, the importation of illegal drugs is cited as a "clear and present danger" (hence, [...]

The Art of War

August 25, 2000
Excessive is the word for this too loud, too violent, too everything “Mission Impossible” want-to-be. Although the talk of extreme violence rages on, this film pays no heed to the argument. Not only are bodies strewn throughout the seemingly endless running time, but the camera enjoys lingering [...]

Rules Of Engagement

April 7, 2000
Extremely well made and thought provoking, “Rules of Engagement” examines both military and media behavior under the stress of combat. The film also reveals how politicians control military actions and how many in places of political power are willing to sacrifice a devoted man for the sake of [...]