actor: Matthew Perry

17 Again

Zac Efron does a credible job playing a seventeen year old boy who is really twenty years older and thinks like a thirty seven year old. The film manages to convey some real humor such as Zac's character of Mike O' Donnell badly getting the munchies and eating food like it's in short supply. Anyone [...]

The Ron Clark Story

December 5, 2006

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This film is based on the true-life story of Ron Clark, a remarkable teacher who takes on the challenge of a rebellious Harlem school. He teaches the middle schoolers to dream big but it takes a lot of effort and patience on his part as he chips away the stone and begins to see the first small [...]

Almost Heroes – Filtered

August 30, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Almost Heroes" is a poor attempt at a comical western. However, with Chris Farley as the main character, how can one not smile? We do learn a little about American history, and I'm pretty sure the kids will get a kick out of the zaney things Farley [...]

The Whole Ten Yards

In this occasionally funny movie of frequent slapstick humor, a gangster boss hits his dimwitted goon in the face whenever he questions him. Violence is used many times for comedic effect. There are several instances of sexual content: a man’s hand is on a woman’s bare breast, a couple is [...]

Whole Nine Yards

Although this film has some very funny moments and Perry has finally found a feature where he is able to successfully use what he has learned on his “Friends” TV series, it is a disturbing film. The dark humor centers around a hitman with morals (he has no compulsion about killing strangers, [...]