actor: Robert Loggia

Cries of the Unborn

September 1, 2017

Dove Approved for 18+

"Cries of the Unborn" is a compelling drama inspired by "12 Angry Men." In this case a woman, juror 7, takes a "not guilty" stand against an organization that prevented women from having abortions. Juror 7, nicely played by Allison Thomas Lee, is outnumbered, 11 to 1, but she slowly begins to [...]

An Evergreen Christmas

November 4, 2014

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Eve lives in LA and works for a celebrity singer, but everyone back in her small Tennessee hometown thinks she is living her dream. Now she has to return home unexpectedly due to a death in the family. What she finds there about herself is surprising, plus she needs to keep the Christmas tree farm [...]

Apostle Peter and the Last Supper

February 21, 2012

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a must-see DVD! It features top notch acting, a powerful biblical story of hope and that anything is possible. Set in Rome in 67 A.D. the Apostle Peter has been imprisoned for his faith. He is sentenced to die by crucifixion. Emperor Nero has decreed that followers of Christ should be [...]

Wide Awake

January 10, 2012

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Here is a feel-good movie with some depth to it! Young Josh Beal is a "seeker", a young boy who attends Waldron Mercy Academy, a Catholic school, in Philadelphia. His grandfather has just passed away and Josh misses him desperately. He begins to seek a sign from God, to reveal himself and to show [...]

Against Time

June 12, 2007

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This film is a movie I would consider more for teenagers in the family. The main character is a 17-year-old boy named Z.T. who learns that his future self has come back to warn him of what is to come of his life. At the end of the film, he learns that the choices he makes can affect the future and [...]

Return To Me

April 7, 2000
The producers and the studio set out to make a gentle, romantic comedy. So why is there so much objectionable language in a PG film? A few years ago, a film with seven profanities and twelve obscenities – some from a toddler who repeats them after hearing his father say them, would have [...]