director: Tony Scott

Unstoppable (2010)

This movie builds to a tense and edge-of-your-seat edginess as you wait to find out if two engineers, Frank Barnes (Denzel Washington) and Will Connors (Chris Pine) will survive as they attempt to thwart the out-of-control advance of a train carrying flammable fuel. To add to the problem, the train [...]

The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3

John Travolta plays a villain, Ryder, quite well in this movie. He is menacing, sarcastic, and intriguing as he enjoys speaking with subway supervisor Walter Garber (Denzel Washington) after Ryder holds hostages on a subway and demands ten million dollars. Washington also is convincing as Garber, [...]

Deja Vu

"Deja Vu" is a high-action, crime-drama, sci-fi, thriller which is exactly what you would expect from Jerry Bruckheimer, producer of such action-adventures as "Con Air," "Enemy of the State," "National Treasure," "Pirates of the Caribbean," and another Denzel Washington favorite, "Remember the [...]


February 21, 2006
"Domino" is a wildly bizarre movie that is hard to follow. In fact, if you were to take a book and tear out all of the chapters, then mix them all up and read it, you would have accomplished the same thing as director Tony Scott did with this movie. Then, add as much sex, language, violence and [...]

Crimson Tide – Edited

September 15, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie was originally rated R for language and action style violence. The edited version was rated Mild Elements because the whole premise of this movie is about war. The submarines are shooting torpedoes at each other and the U.S.A and Russia are at war. There really isn’t a whole lot you [...]

Spy Game – Edited

July 13, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

The original movie was rated R for language, some violence and brief sexuality. Because it was categorized as a thriller, Hollywood thinks that it could not be interesting if they didn't throw a little crudeness around. But this edited version has taken a fast-paced and intriguing story, taken out [...]