director: Cameron Crowe


"Aloha" is about the relationships a person leaves behind and the relationships that could be. And in this film it's also about surprises. The movie features a strong cast in Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Alec Baldwin, and Bill Murray. Cooper plays Brian Gilcrest, a military [...]

We Bought a Zoo (Theatrical)

April 3, 2012
Benjamin Mee (Matt Damon) recently lost his wife and has two kids to raise, Dylan and Rosie (Colin Ford and Maggie Elizabeth Jones). Mee is a writer who has interviewed dangerous people and traveled by plane to a hurricane. But his life is really about to become interesting. Deciding he's had [...]

We Bought a Zoo (DVD): Edited

April 3, 2012

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Editors Note - This DVD features a family friendly audio track that you can select in the DVD menu. This specific version has been awarded our Dove "Family-Edited" Seal for ages 12 and over. Benjamin Mee (Matt Damon) recently lost his wife and has two kids to raise, Dylan and Rosie (Colin Ford [...]

Elizabethtown – Filtered

February 7, 2006
"Elizabethtown," overall, has some great moments. It has a captivating storyline with fantastic lead characters. In my opinion, this is one of Kirsten Dunst’s better performances. But alas, Hollywood strikes again and it is implied the two main characters have sex and then the girl is cheered by [...]


If you like relationship movies with thoughtful and witty dialog, this movie is for you. Writer and Director Cameron Crowe has once again given us deeply lovable and well-developed characters. By the end of the film, I felt as though I knew these people and would miss them after leaving the [...]

Vanilla Sky

December 14, 2001
The film includes quite a bit of foul language, with over 50 obscenities and several moderate crudities. Sexual content is also prevalent with several discussions about an earlier sexual encounter, one of which is quite explicit. A graphic sex scene also occurs that is difficult to watch. [...]

Almost Famous

About every hundred movies or so, I get to see an “oh, yeah” movie. You know, one of those character-driven films that entertains not with car chases or flatulence jokes, but with sparkling dialogue and mesmerizing performances. A film that contains a life-lesson reminding us that true [...]