actor: Richard Gere

Enough – Edited

In 1996, among all female murder victims in the U.S., 30% were slain by their husbands or boyfriends. In 1990, more than 800 women were killed by their husbands; 400 more were killed by their boyfriends. Uniform Crime Reports of the U.S. 1996, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 1996) One-third of all [...]

Dr. T And The Women

Quirky writer/director Robert Altman is best known for observant, multilayered films such as “Nashville” “M.A.S.H.” and “The Player.” Once again he has taken a location and a people and skewered them. This place is Dallas, Texas, and the people are the self-involved elite ladies who [...]

Autumn in New York

There are many rules in our society about whom one should date. Some people are disgusted by May/December romances; others think different races shouldn’t mate. This film says what’s important is finding a soul mate, despite the differences. Romantically photographed, with a beautiful soulful [...]

Runaway Bride

July 30, 1999

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This family-friendly romantic comedy starring and directed by the same people responsible for "Pretty Woman" is fairly lame stuff, with nary a real emotion in sight. The stars however, have tons of charisma and it's a clean film with some very funny lines, including one of the best coming from [...]

Internal Affairs – Filtered

March 9, 1999
An undercover cop tries to find out who is leaking information to criminals. He eventually figures out who it is, but he is killed and the mole lives on. This movie is hard to follow-you have to watch it closely. There were a few things which made the movie inappropriate. One example of this is the [...]

The Jackal – Filtered

April 28, 1998
I wasn’t a big Bruce Willis fan until I saw this movie. He does a great job with all the different identities he uses. Then there’s Richard Gere with an Irish accent! "The Jackal" was an action-packed, good guy/bad guy movie with a great cast. There was a lot of violence and multiple murders [...]

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