actor: Gary Sinise

I Still Believe

March 13, 2020

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Before Jeremy Camp scored chart-topping hits on Christian radio, he attended Calvary Chapel Bible College in Murrieta, Calif. In the film-version of his life, Jeremy (K.J. Apa) sneaks backstage prior to a concert by his favorite band, The Kry, to meet the lead singer, Jean-Luc La Joie (Nathan [...]

Open Season – 3D

September 29, 2006

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Open Season" is a delightfully fast paced movie that will entertain kids both young and old alike. Boog learns about friendship as he tries to get back to his garage after the forest ranger that raised him from a cub tries to re-integrate him into his natural environment. Parents should note that [...]

The Forgotten

September 24, 2004
Telly’s love for her son is unbreakable. As demonstrated by Jesus delivering Himself up for the world, there is no greater example of sacrificial love than one giving his or her life for another. While this is commendable, the film implicitly answers the question of “why evil exists in the [...]

The Big Bounce

January 30, 2004
This is definitely not a good-versus-evil film since there are no good guys. Even the authorities are corrupt. The hero is a thief and a womanizer who throughout the film does not change his ways, and the film is written to get the audience cheering for him. Except for a few scenic views of Hawaii [...]

Fallen Angel

Dove Approved for All Ages

Hallmark Hall of Fame has consistently given people top notch stories with depth and good characters and yet totally lacking any foul language, violence or overt sexuality. They are to be commended for again giving us an excellent production. This role was a departure for Gary Sinise, who's been [...]

Its The Rage

July 7, 2000
Meant as dark satire, the film suggests that the availability of guns in a society outnumbered by very disturbed people is a bad thing. Agreed. Guns should only be owned by police, military, gun experts, enthusiasts, collectors, hunters, and by people who want a weapon for home security. Guns [...]

Reindeer Games

February 25, 2000
This is a gruesome movie. Not only is it filled with violent and often gory images, but also unsavory people, continuous filthy language, and a malevolent atmosphere, which adds up to unpleasant viewing. If there is a moral, and I couldn’t find one, the viewer must subject himself to 90 minutes [...]