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The Ladybug

November 20, 2018

Dove Approved for All Ages

Ruby is an innocent, adorable little ladybug who has spent her entire life in captivity. Enclosed in her glass habitat, Ruby dreams of a place she can be a real bug─free, wild, and happy. After a chance encounter with a smooth-talking dragonfly, Master Dan (Jon Heder, of Napoleon Dynamite fame), [...]

Tinker

November 30, 2018

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

In the faith-based film Tinker, Grady (Clayne Crawford) is something of a man of science. He works mostly alone, occupying his time with little fixture projects and often ignores his faith-driven community. On one fateful day, two events throw a kink into his life. First, he finds a journal [...]

Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer

November 30, 2018

Dove Approved for All Ages

As we approach the holiday season —and further, the holiday movie season—movies like Elliot: The Littlest Reindeer feel right at home. They're cozy, colorful features, extracting the best of humanity, even compacted into animated films geared to younger audiences. Elliot is no exception: [...]

The Christmas Thermometer

December 1, 2018

Dove Approved for All Ages

The Christmas Thermometer is a warm tale from the heart and perfect for the chilly times of the Christmas season! Holly, a well-meaning bunny, is having some issues with not being so nice to her friends and family. She means the best and only wants to make them laugh, but her attempts only cause [...]

ISRAEL 70: ISRAEL’S 70th Anniversary GALA Hosted by Pat Boone

December 4, 2018

Dove Approved for All Ages

This concert gala is a delightful and important event. Pat Boone and The Jerusalem Symphony emcee an impressive list of performers and influential leaders, as well as inspiring voices of next-generation visionaries and young people impacted by them. We hear from Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, the [...]

Cecil

December 11, 2018

Dove Approved for All Ages

Cecil Stevens' parents' dysfunctional marriage and subsequent separation forces him to start a school at a brand new place. Thankfully, when Cecil and his mother move in with Cecil’s grandmother, he immediately makes a new friend named Abby, the editor of the school newspaper. The two are fast [...]

Runnin’ from My Roots

December 11, 2018

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Faith Winters is looking for something she doesn’t have. She has a career as a country music singer, she has the concerts, the fans, and the team striving to have her be a success. She also has the embarrassing publicity about her bad night at that one bar, and she has a mucky-muck mogul telling [...]

The Three Bears and the Perfect Gift

January 1, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

In an enchanted magical forest, Mother Nature executes a harsh punishment for a careless huntsman. To bring balance to the forest, she makes all of the animals into half-humans so they can protect themselves from humans. Several years later, the forest is riddled with dark figures, and it hasn't [...]

Redeeming the Time

January 7, 2019

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Many things are tugging at high school football star Paul Vincent—parties, the drug culture and girls (not the good kind). His toughest foe however is not the culture wars; his most pernicious battle is within his home. His father, pastor of a large church, chronically and clandestinely lambastes [...]

OddSockEaters

January 8, 2019

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The Synopsis: Ever wonder where your missing socks go? The Oddsockeaters eat them! Oddsockeaters are mischievous little creatures, unknown to humans, that are responsible for the odd sock that goes missing when you only have one left in a pair. Hugo is a small Oddsockeater venturing out into the [...]

Farmtastic Fun

January 8, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

Farmtastic Fun is a singalong children’s video that incorporates both old and new children’s songs into the interactions of farm characters and invites the viewer on a journey through the farm. There seems to be a dicey introduction to Manny, “the baddest wolf around," but Penny the bunny [...]

Wee Dragons

January 13, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

Princess Cai, of the fun and friendly kingdom of the Wee Dragons, and her best friend Tinkertoes are alerted by fellow dragons Boyle and Big Gurt that danger encroaches, and as they warn the king, he vanishes before their eyes. The bitter and vengeful Wee Dragon named Blister has cast the age-old [...]

Trust

January 14, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

Another frantic morning at the Rainwater household, and everyone's schedules are thrown off by daylight savings time causing Daniel to be early for work and Sarah, his wife, early for her meeting. Daniel and Sarah, although well-meaning, are overworked, overbooked, and under-enthused. Their [...]

I Hate Kids

January 18, 2019
Synopsis Nick Pearson is a successful author, notable for his writings about how kids ruin relationships. He is about to settle down with his perfect mate. However, on the night of their rehearsal dinner, a 13-year old boy shows up, claiming to be his son. The Dove Review This film proves that, [...]

Dolphin Kick

January 22, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

To loosely quote a character in the film, you can spend your life dipping your feet in the water, or dive in. Dolphin Kick does just that: It dives into adventure and exploration bravely, following two children (Tyler Jade Nixon and Axle McCoy) who encounter a dolphin separated from its family. The [...]

Sam and Elvis

February 1, 2019
One of the positive things about this movie is that it encourages the adoption of children. In fact, a startling fact is shown on screen at the conclusion of the film: over one million couples try to adopt every year—and the number of children in foster care rises each year. In this movie, Sam [...]

Fancypants

February 8, 2019
Leo, a once great pro wrestler, is losing his hair, gaining weight, and is out of money. Stuck in the past, Leo is so determined to relive the glory days of Leo the Blue Lion (his wrestling name) that he doesn’t seem to notice that he is getting old in an unforgiving profession. To make things [...]

Heavenly Deposit

February 10, 2019

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The Synopsis A prideful man finds himself carrying the weight of the world until a divine encounter changes his life, and he cannot deny the power of God. The Dove Review: Heavenly Deposit soars as a faith-based film, clearly demonstrating the shifting in life that comes from letting go and [...]

Pawparazzi

February 12, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

London Bridges (Sara Fletcher) doesn’t really care about the people around her. She has her career, her looks, and her little dog; everyone else is simply there to serve her. When she arrives at the cute farmhouse where she will be shooting her latest film, There Will Be Oil, she finds little of [...]

Cowboy & Indiana

March 11, 2019

Dove Approved for 18+

Cowboy & Indiana is about a lot of things. It begins with a focus on Tulsa (Taylor Girard) a distraught, world-class bull rider who has suffered the death of his young son and is coping by secretly abusing alcohol and drugs. He is ordered by a judge to mentor a young boy named Indiana (Evan Mules [...]

The Adventures of Jurassic Pet

April 1, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

This movie is an adventure all the way! Kids will want to be like the hero of this film, a boy named Chris. He is given a dinosaur egg by the ghost of the owner of an unusual antique shop, and when it hatches in his bedroom, Chris is in for amazing adventures. However, there is always a foil in [...]

Wild Faith

May 6, 2019

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Wild Faith is a moving story about a Civil War veteran named Emmet (Shane Hagedorn), who returns home a hero, but he is resentful for the treatment he receives from the townspeople after his wife has passed away, when he continues to house a black woman named Haddie (Lauren LaStrada) and her [...]

My Broken Horse Christmas

October 1, 2019

Dove Approved for All Ages

When John and his dad hopped into the car to go scout horses to purchase, he never could have imagined his dad choosing a horse as wild as Grace, much less entrusting Grace into his care. He was only 11, after all. John’s frustration with his dad’s actions, however, still did not pair well with [...]