actor: Marley Shelton

Heaven Sent

February 21, 2017

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Heaven Sent" is an intriguing movie, centered around Taylor, a little angel with a secret. Her quest is for a couple contemplating divorce to stay together and to have a happy life. This movie features good acting, an interesting story, and good use of scenery, not to mention terrific direction. [...]

The Mighty Macs

October 21, 2011

Dove Approved for All Ages

In 1971 girls' basketball was thought of as something that girls did in gym class, not as a competitive sport. It was thought of as only a boy's game during this era. Girls or women were not viewed as being athletes. This is an inspiring story of one small all-girls Catholic college, on the verge [...]

Uptown Girls

August 15, 2003
This film was cute in some ways with the child, Ray Schleine being much more mature in many ways than Molly Gunn. The chemistry between Murphy and Fanning on screen is very endearing and enjoyable to watch. The Molly Gunn character however leaves something to be desired in the morals category [...]

The Bachelor: Edited

January 22, 2002

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The premise of this film is played out from beginning to end: Jimmie Shannon (Chris O' Donnell) is left a ton of money in an inheritance, as long as he is married by 6:05 pm on his thirtieth birthday. The problem is he doesn't feel ready to marry, although he loves his girlfriend Anne (Renee [...]

Bubble Boy

August 24, 2001
Jake Gyllenhaal gives a nice performance as the gentle, innocent Jimmy. But the film is full of political incorrectness, making sure it insults as many people as possible, from side show “freaks” to people of faith. Few groups go unscathed. But perhaps its greatest offense is that it really [...]

Valentine

February 2, 2001
If "Left Behind: The Movie" is about the anti-Christ, then "Valentine" is about the anti-Cupid. A masked, unknown assailant murders beautiful young women. There’s nothing like an original film experience. Nothing new to this one except the fact that you probably won’t care about those being [...]

Sugar and Spice

January 26, 2001
“Sugar and Spice” takes “girl power” to new extremes. It’s a comedy. It’s satire. It’s not to be taken seriously. I know all that. But, it still contains crudity, profanity, sexuality and some belittlement toward people of faith. And all that coming from high schoolers who find [...]