actor: Jack Scalia

The Dog Who Saved the Holidays

December 4, 2012

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is a warm and inspiring film which contains a lot of cute moments. Two dogs, Eve and Zeus, are competing for George Bannister's attention. The movie features some well-known actors including Shelley Long and Dean Cain and the voices of Peyton List and Joey Lawrence. Some bumbling thieves help [...]

The Last Leprechaun

October 16, 2012

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie shows that a family's love can destroy evil! This fantasy-filled movie makes a point with its symbolism, and that is that there is evil in the world which must be fought and stood up to. The heroes are the kids in the movie and Finn McCool, the last of the leprechauns, guides them in [...]

Everyone Loves Mel

August 16, 2011

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a fantasy film which feeds the imagination! When Roger and Travis are sent to spend the summer with their grandfather Bill (Ernest Borgnine), soon after they arrive in Coehege, Washington, population 300, Roger looks around and says, "This is perfect. It's better than Mayberry." [...]

The Genius Club

September 9, 2008

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is the most thought-provoking film I've ever seen. It brings the viewer face to face with death and forces you to decide what is most important in life and what your view of God truly is. We see these things firsthand via the Genius Club, a group of the most intelligent people in the world, [...]

Red Eye

January 10, 2006
This film is very well written, but it fails to cause any anxiety. I just wasn’t convinced that Lisa was ever in any real danger, but the movie is well produced. Also, Cillian Murphy delivers a good performance as the villain. Some of his facial expressions and antics would be intimidating to [...]

Red Eye – Filtered

January 10, 2006
"Red Eye" is a thriller which takes place on an airplane when Jackson Rippner (Cillian Murphy) holds Lisa Riesert, a hotel manager, hostage to get a powerful politician into a room with a view (of the killers). In "Red Eye" the plot is good and the story isn't too bad or contrived, but the violence [...]