actor: Eric Stoltz

The Honeymooners

I am pleasantly surprised that Cedric the Entertainer kept the foul language somewhat under control. He didn't use any profanities and didn't use the f-word. How delightful he was as Ralph Kramden. At times he even sounded like Jackie Gleason. This film was much better than I thought it would be. [...]

My Horrible Year

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Eric Stoltz (a longtime favorite in the indie circuit), does a great job here of making a would-be average run of the mill teen drama/comedy visually entertaining and subjective, and writer McIlvaine does a great job with the script, making it self-aware and comically cynical towards other cheesy [...]

One Kill

A solid script and good performances highlight this fact-based story of a woman standing against injustice without sacrificing her principles. Unfortunately, due to the subject matter and occasional objectionable language, we are unable to recommend it for family [...]

The Last Dance

Dove Approved for All Ages

Entertaining, moving and replete with life lessons, this is a gentle look at young people connecting with the elderly. Stoltz gives a nicely developed performance as a man so caught up in the busyness of life that he is missing out on the wonders of his good wife and growing children. He is [...]

When Zachary Beaver Came to Town

In every child's life there is that time when he/she thinks no one understands. This story takes the viewer on one boy's summer of changes to his life. This could be a enjoyable heartwarming story but it leads in many different directions. There is Zachary, a very obese boy, and Cal, who's always [...]

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