actor: Giovanni Ribisi


"Selma" is the title and town of this historic film, based on the real-life events surrounding a Civil Rights march on a bridge in Selma, Alabama. Blacks from Selma and across the country wanted to draw attention to the Civil Rights movement and, specifically, their right to vote. The result was [...]


The story is intriguing as Mark Wahlberg plays Chris Farraday who abandoned his life of crime years ago but who re-enters the world of the underground in order to get his brother-in-law out of a serious jam. This fast-paced thriller showcases a cat-and-mouse chase and the tide switching back and [...]

The Rum Diary

Paul Kemp (Johnny Depp) is an American who winds up living far from his homeland. He's a writer, and he says he wants to find his "voice" in writing and to write with a purpose. He winds up working for a newspaper in San Juan in the sixties. However, Paul finds drinking and women, and not [...]

Perfect Stranger

August 21, 2007
Mystery, intrigue and deception will keep you on the edge of your seat while watching this movie. Halle Berry plays an incredible role as the main character who takes you on an investigation of a murder. This film is full of twists and turns that will keep your interest right until the end. [...]

Flight of the Phoenix – Edited

April 12, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is a great movie. Normally when people get stranded in the desert they are stuck and the movie is just about how they look around for food and help and eventually they die. But these people worked together to try and fix their problems. They fix the plane, and despite many obstacles, get it [...]

The Gift – Edited

September 21, 2003

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is scary viewing! This is adult viewing or for older teenagers. The intensity increases as the plot unfolds in this extremely well acted film. There is still graphic violence: a drunken husband slaps his wife and throws her to the ground. This is a reality-check for anyone who doesn't realize [...]


"Basic" may find favor with young men, but its relentless rough language and profanity and its recurring violence make it unacceptable [...]

Its The Rage

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 [...]

Gone in 60 Seconds

Let me get this straight. They’ve made a motion picture that shows the audience how to steal any car, no matter the protective devices, and in just seconds. In the words of “Saturday Night Live’s” Church Chat Lady, “Well, isn’t that special.” Now, just remember, all of you [...]