director: Jay Roach

Bombshell

The Synopsis: A group of women decide to take on Fox News head Roger Ailes and the toxic atmosphere he presided over at the network. The Review: Based on actual events, Bombshell chronicles the circumstances leading up to and following the sexual harassment lawsuit against former Fox News CEO [...]

The Campaign

Effective January 1st, 2009, The Dove Foundation Review Team has ceased reviewing all NC-17 rated movies and certain extraordinarily explicit R-rated films. This decision was reached due to the fact that Dove reviewers are parents or grandparents with conservative values. As such, we feel that we [...]

Dinner for Schmucks

This is definitely a comedy that will make you laugh out loud. But I believe they pushed the PG-13 to the edge of R. Filled with offensive language, sexual innuendos and partial nudity, this film is far from being something I would let my 13 year old watch. This picture is more along the lines of [...]

Meet the Fockers

If you liked Meet the Parents, you will like Meet the Fockers. This fast paced sequel takes up where the first one left off. Unfortunately, this film is full of double entendre and sexual situations making it anything but a family movie. While the humor and situations may get an MPAA PG-13 [...]

Austin Powers in Goldmember

In between jokes involving multiple euphemisms and slang terms for breasts, genitals and sexual acts, Myers mixes in messages about family approval and acceptance. Evil’s son Scotty (Seth Green) looks for fatherly approval, but Evil focuses on his mute clone, Mini-me. However, when Scotty does [...]

Meet The Parents

In 1967, New York Times film critic Bosley Crowther came under attack for his scathing review of Warren Beatty’s “Bonnie and Clyde.” He hated it for its glorification of the two demented desperados and for its excessive violence. He said, “This blending of farce with brutal killings is as [...]

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