director: Peter Weir

The Way Back

This movie is based on Slavomir Rawicz's work "The Long Walk," which is a memoir. The film is picturesque for sure. A group of soldiers walk a decidedly long time in scenes of beautiful terrains and backgrounds and at times a glowing sun is their beautiful backdrop. However, this story of war [...]

Master and Commander: The Far Side of The World

November 14, 2003
This movie brought me back to the days of "Horatio Hornblower" type epics, and all the swash buckling on the high seas. The story is very good, but I wasn't pulled into the film emotionally: maybe I was seeing this as a "guy flick". Jack Aubrey had total control over his men and he noticed every [...]

Green Card – Filtered

March 4, 2003

Dove Approved for All Ages

The story begins in a cafe called "Africa." A couple played by Andie MacDowell and Gerard Depardieu get married so that Georges (Depardieu) can get his green card and Bronte (MacDowell) can get her application for an apartment approved. When the two are investigated by Immigration to ascertain the [...]

Gallipoli – Filtered

June 29, 1999

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This was a good movie. It keet my attention. It was a war movie but it didn't show anything graphic. This movie is recommended. Mel Gibson does a good job acting in the movie. It is a clean movie doesn't show anything to graphic or [...]

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