actor: Jennifer Tilly

Baileys Billions

April 4, 2006

Dove Approved for All Ages

Everyone will enjoy this cute movie about a dog that can talk and inherits a fortune. If you enjoyed "Dr. Dolittle" or "Beethoven," you will enjoy this movie. I think every dog owner in the world wishes they could speak "Doggish" and find the thoughts of their beloved pet. Gather the family and the [...]

Seed Of Chucky

June 7, 2005
First of all, I hope that this film really wasn’t intended to be a horror flick. There was not one moment in the entire, endless 87 minutes of blood, cursing and brainless writing was I scared or even felt any suspense. This movie served more as a spoof comedy mocking itself than keeping the [...]

Home on the Range

September 14, 2004

Dove Approved for All Ages

The three cows realize that they succeed and persevere during difficult circumstances when they give up their personal interests to serve one another. They learn to accept others, putting up with bad singing, burping and irritation, and they grow to tolerate and work alongside those who are [...]

The Haunted Mansion – Edited

June 1, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Unlike Disney's Pirates of the Carribean, this film based on their theme park attraction will not win any Academy Awards. However, this timeless good vs. evil tale will entertain many audiances familiar with Eddie Murphy's wacky acting style. Their are a few intense scenes with skeletons coming [...]

The Haunted Mansion

November 27, 2003
The theatre was packed the night I saw this, and my initial thought was: "Eddie Murphy must be very bored with his life, or really needy financially to have agreed to do this movie". Eddie Murphy's a very funny man and has done some really good movies that people have enjoyed. This isn't one of [...]

Sister Mary Explains It All

First of all, what a waste of talent! Director Brickman (who has helmed some writing jobs with the all time great Woody Allen) directs a Black Comedy that is more bleak then comedic. The directing is one-dimensional; as are the characters, and the production values make this film look like a late [...]


Meant as black comedy about aging wiseguys, this disappointing and often depressing film simply serves to remind viewers that the elderly are outliving their financial resources. It does contain a few yaks, but the screenplay fails to ignite. And the characters are not very likable. After all, [...]

Stuart Little

April 18, 2000

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Mr and Mrs Little go to the orphanage to get a little brother for their son, George. But when he gets home, George is none too thrilled with the littlest Little! Through one adventure after another, Stuart has to learn some hard lessons. He has obstacles to overcome, both physically and [...]