actor: Bruce Greenwood

The Post

January 12, 2018
Consider the ghosts of Steven Spielberg's past and future: formally an action-adventure director, his films move breathlessly and with the enticement of a comic book, his new season as a director features more restraint. He takes historical subjects (time periods from the Civil War, the Cold War, [...]

Endless Love (2014)

February 14, 2014
Typical teen angst is what you will find in this modern day Romeo & Juliet tale. This time around she comes from a wealthy family and he from a working class one. At first her father is surprised by the relationship but later this turns to anger when he believes that she is going to throw her [...]

Dinner for Schmucks

July 30, 2010
This is definitely a comedy that will make you laugh out loud. But I believe they pushed the PG-13 to the edge of R. Filled with offensive language, sexual innuendos and partial nudity, this film is far from being something I would let my 13 year old watch. This picture is more along the lines of [...]

Star Trek (2009)

May 8, 2009
Young James T. Kirk is thrown a challenge by a commanding officer. "Your father was captain of a ship for twelve minutes and saved over 800 lives before dying. What are you going to do?" "Star Trek" is back and the plot revolves around the beginning of the friendships and the first voyage of the [...]

Firehouse Dog

April 4, 2007

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

In comparison to many films being released today, this movie is a breath of fresh air. There are some really good issues of substance in this film, including the theme of moving forward following the death of a close loved one. Watch as the dog becomes a close friend and does amazing tricks. Laugh [...]

Mee-Shee the Water Giant

July 25, 2006

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This wonderful adventure takes a boy and his dad to a place that will change their lives forever. They travel to a small Canadian town to look for a special oil drill in a lake, where an Indian tale tells of their version of the Loch Ness Monster. This is a very astounding movie that will [...]

Eight Below

February 17, 2006

Dove Approved for All Ages

The film ends with "Dedicated to the arctic explorers and their dogs that inspired this film." "Eight Below" is certainly a tribute to all of these brave men, women and dogs. It is one of the most uplifting and wonderful films of the year! "Sometimes you just have to take chances for the things you [...]

13 Days

January 19, 2001
A real nail biter! These true events come candidly and frighteningly to life with David Self’s enthralling script and the perceptive performances of the film’s splendid cast. Unfortunately, each character profanes God’s name. Although men under pressure are bound to utter words they normally [...]

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 [...]

Here On Earth

March 24, 2000
The film contains a moving performance by Ms. Sobieski (“Joan of Arc”), but Klein’s Kelly is so selfish and inconsiderate, he’s downright unlikable. It is Jasper who learns life lessons and reveals a true loving nature for Samantha. There are mostly good family relations and, for once, [...]