actor: Scott Glenn

Secretariat

October 8, 2010

Dove Approved for All Ages

An interview with Director, Randall Wallace https://dove.org/news.asp?ArticleID=215 This is truly the story of a horse. Secretariat's personality and tremendous charisma steal the show entirely; however, there is a very subtle, palpable thread of faith as well. The film begins with a quote from [...]

W.

October 17, 2008
Although this is a comedy I did not find much humor in the entire film. There is under age drinking, a hazing at a college frat house and some political understatements. I am not quite sure who would really want to see this movie. At times it makes our present President look like a complete idiot [...]

The Bourne Ultimatum

August 3, 2007
This film is the third in the series and finds Jason Bourne searching for the clues to his past. With plenty of action-packed sequences including fantastic chase scenes with very little blood or death, the story is substantial enough that it will make sense to those who have not seen the previous [...]

Freedom Writers

January 5, 2007
This fact-based story of Erin Gruwell (Hilary Swank) and her devotion to her Long Beach, California, class is pretty amazing. There is no sentimentality in this story and yet the viewer feels for these students and the tragedies they have endured-tragedies of gang-related deaths and a neglect at [...]

A Painted House

April 27, 2003

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"A Painted House" is a real glimpse into the life of a family making a living by farming in the 1950's. This account, as written by John Grisham, paints a vivid picture of the Chandler family and everyone and everything that they encounter. The story is told first hand by Luke Chandler, the [...]

The Seventh Stream

June 18, 2002

Dove Approved for All Ages

Owen Quinn loved his quiet but challenging life as an Irish fisherman. Since his wife died, however, Quinn's world has been empty. But when he encounters Mairead, a beautiful woman in distress, wonderful things start happening. Quinn - and his whole sleepy village - seem magically reborn. Quinn [...]

Vertical Limit

December 8, 2000
Like “Twister,” the action/disaster film of a couple years ago, “Vertical Limit” gives the viewer one exciting special effect or death-defying stunt after another. It makes “Raiders of the Lost Ark” look like a subliminal relaxation video. Unfortunately, like with “Twister,” these [...]

The Hunt for Red October

Captain Marko Ramius of the submarine Red October has a plan and the plot of the movie circles around his intentions. Does he plan to defect from the then-Soviet Union to the United States, or does he plan to get close enough to the U.S. in order to deploy missiles at the country? The movie has a [...]