actor: Robert Pattinson

Tenet

September 3, 2020
Director Christopher Nolan is known for creating movies that force viewers to think deeply in order to grasp what is happening, and Tenet does not disappoint. Opening with an attack on an opera house in Kiev, the audience is given their first glimpse of what’s to come when a bullet hole in a wall [...]

Netflix’s The King

The corrupt Henry IV announces his younger son will be crowned King of England when Henry dies, but after he and his younger son die, Henry V becomes the unlikely, and unwilling, king. While Henry is surrounded by English royal advisors and the Archbishop of the Church of England, he discovers that [...]

The Lighthouse

October 31, 2019
The Synopsis: The hypnotic and hallucinatory tale of two lighthouse keepers on a remote and mysterious New England island in the 1890s. The Review: The Lighthouse’s powerful aesthetic may focus, mystify, and nearly drown its audience. Filmed in gorgeous black-and-white with an almost square [...]

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part Two

November 16, 2012
The first "Twilight" movie received our Dove Seal but since then it has been either language or violence in the films which prevented us from awarding our Seal to the subsequent movies. In this case it is once again violence which prevents us from doing so for this, the final film in the series. [...]

Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part One

November 18, 2011
The first "Twilight" movie in this on-going saga received our Dove Seal but the next two did not and, unfortunately, "Breaking Dawn Part One" doesn't get it either. As usual, the film doesn't miss the mark by a lot, but the violence level hits a three in our rating, too high for us to award it for [...]

Water for Elephants

April 22, 2011
This movie has its moments. You really do step into the old world charm of the circus during the Great Depression. The various acts are showcased including the lions, tigers, clowns, horseback riders and all the rest. Unfortunately when the film lays bare the ugliness of its owner, August, who in [...]

The Twilight Saga: Eclipse

June 30, 2010
Despite some slow moving scenes in the beginning of the film, "Eclipse" is intriguing, mainly due to its dark nature and the other-worldly love of its main characters, Bella and vampire Edward (Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson). The film begins by picking up with Edward's proposal to Bella [...]

Remember Me

March 12, 2010
"Remember Me" features some powerful storytelling as it focuses on real life events and tragedies which many people face every day. Tyler Hawkins (Robert Pattinson) plays a young man who is about to turn twenty two years old, and he's already experienced plenty of tragedy and hardship as his [...]

The Twilight Saga: New Moon

November 20, 2009
The first "Twilight" film received our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal for ages twelve plus, and with about ten minutes or so to go at the screening I saw, I thought this one might receive it too. Unfortunately, a character told another one to go to H..., and we don't award our Seal to movies which [...]

Twilight

November 20, 2008

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Editor's Note - This is a movie about Vampires but has no biblical mockery typically found in this type of picture. The reader is also cautioned that Dove makes no endorsement of the book series where this film finds its roots I have never been a fan of vampire movies, but I must say this was not [...]