actor: Kelsey Grammer

Bunyan & Babe

February 3, 2017

Dove Approved for All Ages

Instead of being in Delbert County at his grandparents' farm, Travis wishes he were at home, playing video games and using his cell phone. His sister, Whitney, on the other hand, looks at their trip to the farm as a new adventure. Little do they know the real adventure that is in store for them. [...]

Storks

September 23, 2016

Dove Approved for All Ages

Nate's parents are always busy with their realtor business -- too busy for their son. When the young boy goes the the attic, he finds a pamphlet about storks delivering babies. So he writes them letter, asking for a baby brother, and sends it to the baby factory so that the storks can deliver him. [...]

Killing Jesus

April 29, 2015

Dove Approved for 18+

"Killing Jesus" is a spectacle of scenery and big scope and features solid acting regarding the life of Christ. It features some big names in the cast, such as Kelsey Grammer and John Rhys Davies. It is also a mixture of Biblical stories centering around the life of Jesus, and the movie [...]

Legends of Oz: Dorothys Return

May 9, 2014

Dove Approved for All Ages

The Land of Oz came into view many years ago, when I was a very young child. Now Oz is back in this wonderful animated film. Dorothy is once again waking up after a twister affects her home. Meanwhile, back in Oz, an evil jester is destroying the colorful city. The lovable trio-Scarecrow, Tin man [...]

The Expendables 3

August 15, 2014
"The Expendables 3" is an action-packed film from beginning to the end and filled with many well-known actors. This reviewer has not seen the previous Expendables films so cannot compare, but this movie has something for everyone including drama, comedy, action, adventure and suspense. The only [...]

Transformers: Age of Extinction

June 27, 2014
When Cade Yeager finds a old dilapidated trunk, he brings it home to try and fix it or part it out. Little does he know the change and danger this truck will bring in his life. It is no ordinary truck, it is the body of the Auto-bot Transformer, Optimus Prime. Cade discovers the truth, along with [...]

I Dont Know How She Does It

September 16, 2011
This is another one of those films in which a woman, in this case Sarah Jessica Parker as Kate Reddy, juggles her home life, children and a stressful job. She plays a Boston investment manager who has to do extensive traveling. To her credit, she makes the comment that her out-of-work architect [...]

Fame

September 25, 2009
Talented people make up the cast for this movie such as Kay Panabaker ("Moondance Alexander") and Naturi Naughton and Asher Book. These young adults can sing, dance, act, and put on a show. The film follows them from their freshman year all the way to graduation their senior year from the New York [...]

An American Carol

October 3, 2008
OK, I get it that this is a parody; and that parodies are supposed to take things to extremes. Unfortunately, "An American Carol" uses too much foul language from young children to get laughs instead of relying on a well written script. Yes, there is a star studded cast of participants and yes, [...]

Swing Vote

August 1, 2008
"Swing Vote" has some comic moments, but the opening credits were not finished before there were two utterances of biblical profanity. This movie has a lot of strong language. That said, it does have some good moments. In one nice scene, Bud Johnson's (Kevin Costner) daughter scolds him for using [...]