actor: Emma Watson

Beauty and the Beast (2017)

March 17, 2017
"Beauty and the Beast (2017)" is an unashamedly romantic and quality film, featuring an all-star cast. Emma Watson delivers in a big way as Belle, both looking the part of Beauty as well as showing some real singing ability. Dan Stevens does a commendable job as the Beast, displaying beastly anger [...]

The Circle (2017)

April 28, 2017
"The Circle" is an engaging and thought-provoking film, enhanced by wonderful performances. It stars Emma Watson, Tom Hanks, John Boyega, and Bill Paxton in, sadly, his last film before he passed away. He plays a girl's father who is battling muscular dystrophy. Mae Holland (Watson) lands a solid [...]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2

July 15, 2011
If you enjoy or love this series, you no doubt will enjoy and love this one as well. It truly wraps up the "Harry Potter" series and the ending definitely rewards the viewer with a feeling of finality. The conclusion should leave Potter fans everywhere with the warm fuzzies and feeling good about [...]

Ballet Shoes

August 26, 2008

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Ballet Shoes" is set in the 1920s when life was so much different then the world we know today. Based on Streatfeild's novel - "A Story of Three Children on The Stage", this truly can become a classic. Orphaned as babies these girls become sisters and vow to help each other become part of history. [...]

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

November 18, 2005
The latest saga of Harry Potter is even darker than the previous ones. It seems that in order to win "Eternal Glory" you must complete a series of 3 challenges. First, outwit a Dragon (who could kill you at any moment) that is protecting a golden egg containing a clue to the next challenge. [...]

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

June 4, 2004
There are some wonderfully creative fantasy elements in Rowling’s work, but each Harry Potter movie seems to get darker and more frightening and violent than its predecessor. In Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, the Dementors are faceless creatures with scary mouths and claw-type hands [...]

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

November 15, 2002
The film’s spectacular visual effects and action are impressive, but its 161-minute running time and underlying darkness are a bit trying. The sequel is more frightening and violent than the original. And the lighting scheme is dark with daylight hardly ever shown. Harry and his friends’ [...]

Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stone

November 16, 2001
For the secular world, Harry has many good messages about bravery, courage and friendship. It even comments about the power of sacrificial love. And with its young cast, the film is virtually free of sexual material and bad language. Some mild and moderate violence occurs, such as sports [...]