director: John Schultz

Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer

June 10, 2011

Dove Approved for All Ages

What an uber mega thrill! This family-friendly film is filled with summer fun which is a joy to watch any old time! Young Judy Moody learns that sometimes when things don't go as expected in life they have a way of turning out pretty good in the end. Join Judy and her brother "Stink" (whose real [...]

Aliens in the Attic

July 31, 2009

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is one of those movies that you find to be better than anticipated. The action begins immediately with a meteor storm and space ships flying rapidly in space as the aliens begin a gradual invasion of earth. Next, we find an average American family, with a girl named Bethany Pearson (Ashley [...]

The Honeymooners

June 10, 2005
I am pleasantly surprised that Cedric the Entertainer kept the foul language somewhat under control. He didn't use any profanities and didn't use the f-word. How delightful he was as Ralph Kramden. At times he even sounded like Jackie Gleason. This film was much better than I thought it would be. [...]

Like Mike

July 3, 2002

Dove Approved for All Ages

"Like Mike" is not really a basketball story – it’s about the plight of older children trapped in orphanages or foster homes with little hope for adoption into a family. But Calvin and his fellow orphans are “family” and that family feels threatened when Calvin becomes famous. Instead of [...]

When Zachary Beaver Came to Town

In every child's life there is that time when he/she thinks no one understands. This story takes the viewer on one boy's summer of changes to his life. This could be a enjoyable heartwarming story but it leads in many different directions. There is Zachary, a very obese boy, and Cal, who's always [...]