actor: Freddie Prinze Jr.

Delgo

December 12, 2008

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Delgo" is an animated movie that is aimed more towards an older audience, especially ones that enjoyed "Star Wars" or "Lord of the Rings." It has something for everyone. It has all of the action and adventure often found in a fantasy world with winged creatures, strange looking monsters and a [...]

Happily NEVER After

January 5, 2007

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Be sure if you get what you want that you want what you get!" This is one of the themes of this nicely animated film which is cleverly written and should be a treat for kids. A few examples of some clever moments include Cinderella (aka Ella) winding up with a few different hairdos including that [...]

Scooby-Doo 2: Monsters Unleashed

March 26, 2004

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is a nostalgic reunion of the Mystery Inc. gang with the monsters of their past, including the Pterodactyl Ghost, the Black-Knight Ghost, Captain Cutler’s Ghost, the Swamp-Deep-Sea-Diver Ghost and the 10,000-Volt Ghost. A few questionable points result in the movie’s PG rating. A dog is [...]

Summer Catch

August 24, 2001
Poor, young stud tries out for exclusive baseball team - meets rich, young girl - falls in love - finds out baseball is less important than their relationship. If this sounds familiar, it is because this "formula" date flick uses a tired old storyline and merely substitutes new characters. The [...]

Head Over Heels

February 2, 2001
The makers of “Head Over Heels” attempt to revive screwball and slapstick comedy, failing to understand that you need actors gifted with a sense of comic timing to bring those genres back to life. And you must have material that’s not tired, coarse or cheap. The film has two plots, one about [...]

Boys and Girls

June 16, 2000
“Boys and Girls” is an adolescent romantic comedy, with little depth or character development. These college yuppies behave more like junior high dropouts and the writers seem lost when they can’t rely on crudity or sexual [...]