actor: Sally Field

Lincoln

November 16, 2012
"Lincoln" features a masterful performance from Daniel Day Lewis as the sixteenth President of the United States. He is a story teller with wit and humor. One funny story Lincoln shares involves a Bible-quoting parrot that kept stating the world was coming to an end and how that one day the [...]

The Flying Nun: The Complete First Season

March 21, 2006

Dove Approved for All Ages

DISC 1, Episodes 1-7 "The Flying Nun" - Sister Bertrille, Sally Field, arrives at the Convent San Tanco to be a kindergarten teacher. Shortly after arriving, the wind gusts lift her in the air and she discovers she can fly, much to the alarm of the other nuns. "The Convert" - Carlos Ramirez [...]

Say It Isnt So

March 23, 2001
I don't know exactly where to begin describing this sub-sophomoric piece of wasted celluloid. The story is about a boy named Gilly (Chris Klein) and a girl named Jo (Heather Graham) who fall in love and "do it" only to discover later that they are siblings. But, wait! They are not really related [...]

Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey

June 15, 1991

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey" has some great voice talent going for it. Michael J. Fox, Sally Field and Don Ameche create memorable characters in their voice-over work. This family comedy is wholesome and entertaining as the viewer is able to "get inside" the heads of the old dog Shadow, [...]

David Copperfield

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This production captures the look and moodiness Dickens brought to life in his book. Alas, the weakest character in the film is the lead himself. As portrayed by Hugh Dancy, Copperfield comes off as a bit of a mamby pamby. Indecisive and at times cowardly, he sometimes frustrates the viewer as a [...]

Homeward Bound 2: Lost In San Francisco

April 3, 1996

Dove Approved for All Ages

Amusing sequel with Sassy the cat and her canine buddies, Chance and Shadow, lost in the big city. Just as Dorothy discovered in The Wizard of Oz, our critter heroes learn "there’s no place like home." A funny, gentle film with a moral: "You have to stop and smell the [...]

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