actor: Julia Stiles

The Bourne Ultimatum

This film is the third in the series and finds Jason Bourne searching for the clues to his past. With plenty of action-packed sequences including fantastic chase scenes with very little blood or death, the story is substantial enough that it will make sense to those who have not seen the previous [...]

The Bourne Supremacy – Edited

March 25, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

From the very first scene, The Bourne Supremacy is packed full of action. Because of who Jason Bourne is no one around him will ever be safe. But Jason doesn't even know who he is. Suspecting that he is part of some secret government operation, Jason has spent his whole life, or what he can [...]

The Prince and Me – Edited

November 1, 2004

Dove Approved for All Ages

In this edited version as in the orginal the laughs come thoughout the movie. All sexual verbal referances have been edited out. This is a lovely comedy regarding a Wisconsin girl meeting and falling in love with a Prince from Demark. It shows us that sometimes when we want a fairy tale to come [...]

The Prince and Me

August 10, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a film about big decisions and priorities in life. It’s about knowing the difference between a personal desire and what’s really important. "The Prince and Me" shows two people who make right decisions in spite of the grief and sorrow they may face. The film is both hilarious, keeping [...]

The Prince and Me (2004)

August 10, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a film about big decisions and priorities in life. It’s about knowing the difference between a personal desire and what’s really important. The Prince and Me shows two people who make right decisions in spite of the grief and sorrow they may face. The film is both hilarious, keeping the [...]

Mona Lisa Smile – Edited

April 22, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

I recommend this edited version to anyone wanting to see what life was like in the 50's, among upper middle class young women, as well as getting glimpses into a totally different lifestyle than we know today. Everything was prim and proper, at least on the outside in the 50's. Julie Roberts' [...]

Save The Last Dance – Edited

September 1, 2003

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The dancing's good in this film, and the target audience of teenagers will enjoy that a lot. After losing her mother, Sara puts on the survival face and blends immensely well into an area of Chicago that most girls would run away from. While she appears to have a lot of chutzpah, the tears flow [...]

A Guy Thing

The film makes a statement about the benefits of telling the truth over deception; Paul makes a moral decision based on the truth while facing his fears. However, the film contains obscenities, profanity, sexual innuendo, crude humor and some [...]

O

The storyline in "O" is based on Shakespeare's "Othello." The movie has many strengths that are unfortunately overtaken by its shortcomings. ..... Thankfully, “O” is not a contemporary group of actors butchering the bard's original dialogue as was attempted with miserable results in [...]

Save The Last Dance

Aimed at a young audience, “Save the Last Dance” teaches valuable lessons about the evils of bigotry and about the need for selfless acts in maintaining relationships. But it’s not aimed at adults. Those who still ride on big yellow buses may enjoy the earnestness of the cast and the [...]