actor: David Morse

16 Blocks

Bruce Willis does a good job portraying detective Jack Mosley as an alcohol drinking, inept over-the-hill cop who for some reason doesn't care about himself or anyone else. Mosley is in for a life changing experience when he is singled out to transport a prisoner 16 blocks to the courthouse to [...]

Diary of a City Priest

July 15, 2002

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Although Fr. McNamee is at times frustrated and discouraged, he never really loses hope. He continues to help those who come to him for help, giving of himself, and being willing to make sacrifices. It is an ongoing emotional and spiritual struggle, but one does not get the impression that he wants [...]

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. [...]

Proof Of Life

I have always preferred mounting suspense to exploding bombs in my movies. Guess which this film has. For the past fifteen years, film producers have placed emphasis on special effects and gruesome violence to maintain viewer interest. “Proof of Life” sees no reason to break with this new [...]

Dancer in the Dark

This isn’t your mother’s musical. Don’t look for the happy ending with the lead finding romance and dancing off into the sunset. It couldn’t be drearier had Kafka and Lenin collaborated on the screenplay. The lead even kills a man and is put on trial. If found guilty, she will hang. [...]


Although Jamie Foxx has a likeable screen presence, reminiscent of an urban Bob Hope, complete with a fake bravado that quickly disappears whenever threatened, this cat-and-mouse action thriller mixes extremely violent images with its humor. In the opening scenes for example, the psychopathic [...]

The Negotiator – Filtered

December 15, 1998
Review: "The Negotiator" with Samuel l. Jackson and Kevin Spacey is a film about a man, Danny, who is a cop and well- known negotiator for the police department. Danny goes to the extreme to prove his innocence in the murder of his partner but proving his innocence proves to be a challenge. With [...]

Madeline, Season 1

Dove Approved for All Ages

As in all of the Madeline tales, this is another charming story about the cute young girl in Paris. With Parisian accents, the girls tell of friendship and family. Sometimes family does not mean a blood relative but those around you. In this adventure, Madeline finds out the true meaning of family [...]