actor: Tom Selleck

Killers

Although a few young women chuckled at some of the banter on screen between Spencer Aimes (Ashton Kutcher) and his new wife Jen (Katherine Heigl) in "Killers" at the screening I attended, much of the story was slow and plodding and featured a lot of sweetness and fluff until about the middle of the [...]

Quigley Down Under – Filtered

September 4, 2001
Matthew Quigley answers an ad put out by Australian Elliot Marston, who is looking for a man to keep dingos off his land. When Quigley arrives Down Under, he is immediately hired for the job when he puts his remarkable long-range gun skills on display. Only after he is hired does he find out that [...]

Crossfire Trail

July 10, 2001

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This well-executed traditional western has beautiful cinematography and a nice performance from Selleck (he was born to star in westerns). This should be fun viewing for those looking for entertainment where the good guys are men of character, and good triumphs over evil. Although Selleck’s [...]

Running Mates

Have you ever seen a political drama where the lead was a good man - and a Republican? Well, you won’t here, either. Once again, the caring, good-looking candidate is a Democrat. I mention that because the powers that be in Hollywoodland never seem to show Republicans in a favorable light. [...]

The Magic of Flight (IMAX)

June 27, 2000

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is an enjoyable documentary to watch. Tom Selleck does a smooth narration which works well for the film. I thoroughly enjoyed the history of the Wright Brothers and the story of the Blue Angels is quite fascinating, as the film showed the tremendous amount of practice required, including an [...]

Mr. Baseball – Filtered

April 27, 1999
"Mr. Baseball" is a great movie about a major league ball player (Jack Elliott) who has seemingly come to the end of his career and ends up being traded to a Japanese team. He is angry and thinking that he will be the King of Baseball and will show up the Japanese players. Instead, he meets a [...]