actor: James Remar


October 14, 2014

Dove Approved for 18+

This movie states in a powerful way that one man can make a difference. The film opens with the words of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and they are: "A man who won't die for something is not fit to live." In this story a world renowned evangelist, John Luther (James Remar), is under pressure from [...]

The Christmas Hope

October 12, 2010

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a wonderful story that portrays how amazingly small the world really is. This wonderful Christmas tale shows how people and situations intertwine for many years and then come full circle on one particular Christmas Eve. It is a snowball effect that warms the soul in this movie about [...]

The Warrior – Filtered

May 2, 2006
This was a violent type of movie. It was hard to follow as well because you have to read the subtitles through the entire movie. It was slow throughout the whole thing. There were some scenes that were not very appropriate like when men are beheaded, a mans feet are cut off, a boy's neck gets [...]


February 1, 2006

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie is about a group of Cheyenne Indians set in the late 1700's. At the beginning an older gentleman is sick and not getting better. He starts to tell his grandchildren about his childhood and things that happened to him as he was growing up and throughout his adult life. The main part of [...]

The Warriors – Filtered

January 16, 2001
"Warriors" is the name of a gang and the gang is on their way to a gang rally held by Cyrus, the leader of the biggest gang around. When someone from the crowd shoots and kills Cyrus, the Warriors are wrongly blamed for his death and are targeted. The Warriors have a challenge-to make it back home [...]

What Lies Beneath

This intense, often nerve-racking ghost story freely borrows from many other films, including “Rear Window,” “The Sixth Sense,” and “Dial M for Murder.” It also jolts with far too many red herrings – you know, where the cat jumps out at the protagonist or the friend, rather than the [...]