actor: Debra Messing


David (John Cho) devotedly searches for information about his missing daughter, Margot, through social media accounts, messages, and forums, and an unsettling picture emerges of how her digital life differed from her real life. He discovers that she eats alone at school, she doesn’t really have [...]

Bible Stories,The: Jesus

March 2, 2010
This nearly three-hour movie unfortunately misses the mark when it comes to scriptural accuracy. In this movie, Mary the sister of Martha and Lazarus is in love with Jesus, although the Bible suggests no such thing. In fact, in this film Lazarus kicks Jesus out of his home when Jesus spurns Mary! [...]

The Wedding Date – Filtered

August 16, 2005
In order to prove that life is good, Kat hires a male escort, Nick, to pose as her boyfriend and accompany her to her sister’s wedding in England. Her ex-fiancé is the best man in the wedding and Kat is determined to make him completely sorry that he broke up with her. While Kat and Nick both [...]

The Wedding Date

THE GOOD: Debra Messing and Dermot Mulroney do a pretty good job in this comedy. I felt like I was watching a young Sylvester Stallone who could actually act. The music was good and so was the photography. There are also some pretty wonderful scenes of the English countryside. Forgiveness is a [...]

Along Came Polly

In "Along Came Polly," two extramarital sexual relationships are presented. The first relationship, between Reuben’s wife and another man, is treated negatively as an outrageous violation of the recent marriage covenant. The second relationship, between Reuben and Polly, is treated positively. [...]

Enough – Edited

In 1996, among all female murder victims in the U.S., 30% were slain by their husbands or boyfriends. In 1990, more than 800 women were killed by their husbands; 400 more were killed by their boyfriends. Uniform Crime Reports of the U.S. 1996, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1996) One-third of all [...]

A Walk In The Clouds

January 14, 2003

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

True to the era, the story recognizes that sex outside of marriage is dishonorable and that family love is more important than material wealth. Paul refuses to become involved with Victoria because he is still legally a married man. Victoria's family prepares a bedroom for the couple, thinking they [...]