actor: Ashley Judd

A Dog’s Way Home

January 11, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

The Synopsis: A dog travels 400 miles in search of her owner. The Review: Even with a strong human cast led by Ashley Judd, Jonah Hauer-King, Edward James Olmos, Bryce Dallas Howard, and Wes Studi, the star of A Dog’s Way Home is Shelby, the canine actor who plays Bella. Appearing nearly human [...]

The Identical

September 5, 2014

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"The Identical" is a clever and original movie! Blake Rayne is a discovery in the twin roles of Ryan Wade and Drexel Hemsley. A young couple, William and Helen Hemsley, have twins during the Great Depression and after hearing their local pastor, Rev. Wade, explain the heartache he and his wife have [...]

Dolphin Tale 2

September 12, 2014

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Dolphin Tale 2" packs a powerful punch! It is a wholesome yet adventurous movie with the lovable characters from "Dolphin Tale" returning. Those characters includes Nathan Gamble as Sawyer, Harry Connick Jr. as Dr. Clay Haskett, and Morgan Freeman as Dr. Cameron McCarthy. In an inspiring scene [...]

Dolphin Tale

September 23, 2011

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is the perfect family movie! I haven't seen one this perfect for the entire family in a while. The movie is based on a true story, about an injured dolphin that loses his tail and the subsequent prosthetic one he is fitted with. The film features some terrific actors including Morgan Freeman, [...]

Tooth Fairy

January 22, 2010

Dove Approved for All Ages

Dwayne Johnson really hit a right note when he made "The Game Plan" in 2007. It won the Crystal Dove Award for "Best Comedy of 2007." And it did well at the box office. In the beginning, the idea of the tooth fairly seems a bit silly. But soon enough the laughs come and the movie plays to the [...]

Bug

May 25, 2007
This horror film had the gore seemingly required of the genre but the plot fell short of telling any semblance of a story. Ashley Judd and Michael Shannon’s acting fails to lend anything positive to the film. However, Harry Connick Jr. is a real departure in his role as Aggie’s convict [...]

De-Lovely

July 16, 2004
De-Lovely has much to offer both musically and dramatically. And in a day when Christians are faced with pressures to consider homosexuality an acceptable lifestyle, De-Lovely may be worth seeing and discussing simply because it approaches the topic without being terribly graphic. It includes males [...]

Someone Like You

March 30, 2001
THE GOOD:...I enjoy watching Ashley Judd in anything’s she does because she’s that good. She’s everyone’s girlfriend and I root for her in every role, no matter what part she plays. I likewise enjoy Kinnear because he can play “jerk” like no other actor can, Tomei is always hilarious [...]

Where The Heart Is

April 28, 2000
The film bears an appealing performance from young Portman and some very funny and touching moments. It also contains calamities that were difficult to view. One scene in which a woman is found beaten, with her five small frightened children around her, is quite disturbing. The follow-up story [...]