actor: Sarah Jessica Parker

Escape from Planet Earth

February 15, 2013

Dove Approved for All Ages

Finally, a family movie that your entire family can enjoy together! Everyone in the family will love this charming animated movie where aliens and their family may look strange to us but are not so very different then our familes here on earth. Scorch and his brother Gary are from the planet Baab. [...]

New Years Eve

December 9, 2011
Director Gary Marshall has managed to get some human stories of compassion into the films he has directed over the years. He does the same in this one but the beginning of the film is like dealing with a runaway GPS that is sending the driver (in this case, viewer) all over the place for a time. [...]

I Dont Know How She Does It

September 16, 2011
This is another one of those films in which a woman, in this case Sarah Jessica Parker as Kate Reddy, juggles her home life, children and a stressful job. She plays a Boston investment manager who has to do extensive traveling. To her credit, she makes the comment that her out-of-work architect [...]

Sex and the City 2

May 27, 2010
The title of the movie gives away the main plot of the film. It is about sex and in this film it is talked about, practiced, and practiced loudly. The original characters are back, as played by Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, Cynthia Nixon, and Kim Cattrall. The movie is mainly geared toward [...]

Did You Hear about the Morgans

December 18, 2009
This film is a near miss in receiving our Dove Seal like so many other films Dove has reviewed over the years. Except for a few frank sexual comments including comments about past affairs, and also a bit of strong language, the movie could have been dubbed "family friendly" by us. The movie [...]

Sex and the City

May 30, 2008
This movie based on the hit series of the same name brought all of the girls together one final time to give their characters a send-off into their futures. Although a bit long at times, it was filled with laughter and tears. As each lady experiences some serious change in her life she learns to [...]

Smart People

April 11, 2008
Quite often smarter people feel superior and privileged and in "Smarter People" Professor Lawrence Wetherhold is no exception. He is the kind of intellectual snob that doesn't bother to get to know any of his student's names much less who they are. In one scene when a student comes to his office [...]

Failure to Launch

March 10, 2006
"Failure to Launch" has many original funny moments, especially when Terry Bradshaw and Kathy Bates are on the screen. I found the entire plot to be somewhat similar to McConaughey's other romantic comedy "How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days", although his character in this one is much more childish and [...]

The Family Stone

December 16, 2005
"The Family Stone" is a tale about a dysfunctional family who all get together during Christmas and during the course of events find out about an upcoming tragedy. While I found the film slow at times, it did pick up toward the end. Unfortunately, the movie was rather transparent at times. Rife [...]

Dudley Do-Right

August 27, 1999

Dove Approved for All Ages

Modern references and Fraser’s uninspired performance, along with countless hackneyed floorboards-in-the face bits make this a cheesy and largely unfunny rip-off of a fairly cleaver [...]