director: Jonathan Lynn

The Fighting Temptations

February 3, 2004
This movie is a bit of an oxymoron. It is a faith-based film which shows and speaks of sin a bit too graphically for us to be able to award it our Dove "Family-Approved" Seal as a family-friendly picture. There are sexual innuendos, comments and some suggestive dancing as well as some strong [...]

My Cousin Vinny – Edited

August 26, 2003

Dove Approved for All Ages

The edited version of My Cousin Vinny is a delight to watch. The chemistry between Joe Pesci and Marisa Tomei is incredible. I love the way they talk to each other. Also the Judge played by Fred Gwynne is priceless as he forces Pesci to conform to the procedures and dress code of his court. The [...]

Clue

June 27, 2000
This mystery based on the board game we all grew up with has its hilarious times. This scatter brained group are dying off and they try to find out why and who among them is the killer. I think the movie drags on a bit longer then it takes to actually play the game. Unfortunately it cannot be [...]

Whole Nine Yards

Although this film has some very funny moments and Perry has finally found a feature where he is able to successfully use what he has learned on his “Friends” TV series, it is a disturbing film. The dark humor centers around a hitman with morals (he has no compulsion about killing strangers, [...]

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