writer: William Goldman

Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid – Filtered

June 6, 2006
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid" is your typical western with two men running from the law for robbing banks. The film was not approved because of the fact that the men never show remorse for what they do and they keep doing it for fun. There are many instances where fornication is implied. [...]

All The Presidents Men – Filtered

February 21, 2006

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Persistent Washington Post reporters Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein try and find out the whole story behind Watergate. With doors slammed in their face, hang-ups, and "no comments," their job is very stressful. This movie is extremely slow and seemed to repeat itself on some plot points. It is a [...]

Hearts in Atlantis

September 28, 2001
Skillfully directed by Hicks (Shine, Snow Falling on Cedars) and masterfully photographed by the late Anton Yelchin (15 Minutes), this is a beautifully written and uncanny coming of age tale that reflects the older films of Frank Capra or John Ford. Watching this film was like reading a good book. [...]

The Ghost and the Darkness

December 1, 1998
This is an interesting story with some suspense. Col. John Patterson (Val Kilmer) is an engineer who finds himself in colonial Uganda, attempting to build a bridge within six months so as to beat the Germans and French to it. The story takes place in 1898. Patterson leaves behind his young pregnant [...]