actor: Brittany Snow

Pitch Perfect 3

The tagline of Pitch Perfect 3, the latest in the franchise, is “Last Call Pitches,” and we can only hope this is the case, for we do not need one more of these. Though some inappropriate humor is present, the first and second movies are cute and original, with hearty laughs to be had by most. [...]

Pitch Perfect 2

"Pitch Perfect 2" features a lot of talent including stars Anna Kendrick and Hailee Steinfeld, who harmonizes with her. It's an underdog story about the Barden Bellas, who are viewed as having no original voice. They are suspended from their college and have to win the international competition to [...]

Pitch Perfect

"Pitch Perfect" is a perfect rip-off of TV's "Glee" except these kids are in college, which allows for more "adult" behavior, like drinking, talking dirty, engaging in sexual remarks and pranks, including one lesbian who takes every opportunity to "hook up" with the other girls in her acappella [...]

Prom Night

We have all seen those 1 ½ hour movies that feel like they’re 3 hours long; “Prom Night” is one of those movies. The plot is completely unoriginal, and there isn’t enough suspense to hold the viewer’s attention. I didn’t find any of the jokes or high school humor funny, but then I [...]

John Tucker Must Die

November 14, 2006
This film is geared toward the high school crowd for sure. It has likable actors in it and the characters experience a growth by film's end, which is not something you always see at the movies. However, as a family movie it falls short with partial rear nudity of John Tucker (Metcalfe), who wears a [...]

The Pacifier

June 28, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

If you enjoyed "Kindergarten Cop" with Arnold you will enjoy this film with Vin Diesel. This is by far the best film he has ever been in that I have seen. It is pretty comical how he tries to handle Julie Plummer's kids when his superior officer assigns him hazardous duty by babysitting and [...]

Dial A Prayer

Dove Approved for 18+

Dial A Prayer is cynical, dark, mysterious, and not exactly feel-good fare with moments of comedy mixed in. We follow Cora (Brittany Snow), a 26-year-old with a criminal past for which a judge has sentenced her hours of community service at a prayer-call center. The ostensible objective there is to [...]