actor: Holly Hunter

Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice

"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" is a dark superhero-comic book movie, whatever you would choose to call it. Batman (Ben Affleck) is a dark, brooding, masked vigilante in this picture. Many fans expressed a lot of anger when Ben Affleck was cast in this role but, to his credit, he does a good [...]

Wont Back Down

January 15, 2013

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Here we have an inspiring movie for teachers and parents and their students too. Jamie Fitzpatrick (Maggie Gyllenhaal) and Nona Alberts (Viola Davis) are the dynamic duo of parent and teacher who want a better school system at Adams Elementary where Jamie's daughter Malia attends and Nona teaches. [...]

The Incredibles – Edited

April 8, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

This movie is amazing. Pixar once again brought out everything they had to make a masterpiece. In a time where superheroes are looked upon as more of a menace, the number one man who took care of all of the normal people's needs is out of his job. Now his life lacks the excitement it once had. He [...]

The Incredibles

March 15, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

Incredible is the best way to describe the latest collaboration between Disney and Pixar Studios. This movie reminded my of the cartoons of yesteryear when good triumphed over evil. The film starts with a dysfunctional super hero family that has to deny their special powers because the government [...]

The Incredibles

March 15, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

Incredible is the best way to describe the latest collaboration between Disney and Pixar Studios. This movie reminded my of the cartoons of yesteryear when good triumphed over evil. The film starts with a dysfunctional super hero family that has to deny their special powers because the government [...]

Little Black Book

Starting at a slow pace, this film becomes more interesting as the pieces of the puzzle come together. Little Black Book deals with issues of honesty in dating relationships. Instead of confronting her boyfriend with her suspicions, Stacy chooses to go behind his back, lying in order to get [...]

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Modernizing a classic story like Homer's Odyssey was a great idea. I'm sure the brothers Coen spend years pitching the idea to various studio heads. But it would take a main attraction like George Clooney in the credits to sell the concept. With a headline name comes certain insurance that the film [...]

Harlan County War

This is a very powerful film that explores the inequity of the coal mining industry, with major profits being taken by the owners, while the workmen live in squalor and life- threatening conditions. Affecting performance by all. Alas, the language, its one sexual situation, and the violent images [...]

Time Code

An inventive psychological comedy/drama, but the characters and lifestyles are depressing. The characters do not better themselves by film’s end and we have been forced to watch deviant and obscene [...]

Broadcast News – Filtered

October 5, 1999

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

In this romantic comedy Jane, a writer-producer, is torn between two men-Brooks, who says he loves her and is the better reporter, and Hurt, who says he wants to learn more from her, and who is a lot more handsome. They are both her friends who work for the same TV network. The film shows how [...]