producer: Andrew Gottlieb

The Russell Girl

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

In this heartwarming and meaningful film, the main character, Sarah, is diagnosed with leukemia and is trying to comprehend the news of this dreaded disease. She decides to head home to face some of the things that have haunted her past. In doing so, she finds that the love and support of family is [...]

Crossroads – A Story of Forgiveness

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a compelling drama. Bruce Murakami (Dean Cain) deals with the sudden death of his wife and daughter in an automobile accident. The event has a ripple effect as it affects not only Murakami's two sons, but the boy who is discovered to have been involved. Young Justin Gutierrez (Shiloh [...]

The Valley of Light

Dove Approved for All Ages

This Hallmark Hall of Fame movie is a simple story about a simpler time and although the pace is a bit slow in the beginning, it is a journey worth taking. Following his stint in World War ll, Noah Locke returns to his southern home to find his younger brother Travis locked up in jail for driving [...]

Candles On Bay Street

Dove Approved for All Ages

This movie is family-friendly all the way. Hallmark Hall of Fame does another outstanding job with this production. The whole family should watch this while eating their leftover turkey sandwiches when this airs Thanksgiving weekend. It is a wholesome but realistic story about a single mother named [...]

The Magic of Ordinary Days

Dove Approved for All Ages

My sister and I have always enjoyed Hallmark movies. The stories are some that we can relate to. Some are stories from the past. "The Magic of Ordinary Days" is a love story that you hope will end the way you want it to as you watch Livy and Ray. I can't imagine meeting my husband for the first [...]

Running Mates

Have you ever seen a political drama where the lead was a good man - and a Republican? Well, you won’t here, either. Once again, the caring, good-looking candidate is a Democrat. I mention that because the powers that be in Hollywoodland never seem to show Republicans in a favorable light. [...]