actor: Jim Caviezel


Dove Approved for 18+

Christian blogger Doug Rawlins, and his wife, Liz, live and work in Washington D.C. After her graduation party, a family friend’s daughter is abducted, and no one seems to be too worried, including her own father. When Doug finds startling information in their friend’s basement, he leaves [...]

Paul, Apostle of Christ

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Paul, Apostle for Christ is a powerful and remarkable telling of the story of the great apostle. Magnificently portrayed by James Faulkner, who brings a reverence and solemnity to the role, Paul often utters quotes that the viewer will recognize from the Scriptures. When some underground believers [...]

When the Game Stands Tall

December 9, 2014

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"When the Game Stands Tall" can be described with one word: Inspiring! It tells the true story of the De La Salle Spartans high school football team, which set a 151-game winning streak record. Football Coach Bob Ladouceur's philosophy was always, "We don't expect you to play perfect, but to give a [...]

Escape Plan

Stallone and Schwarzenegger make an interesting duo in this film. Schwarzenegger gets most of the funny lines with Stallone playing it straight for the most part. Stallone plays Ray Breslin, an expert on escaping from high security prisons. He winds up placed in one in which his outside connections [...]

I Am David

February 2, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This film chronicles the trials and joys of young David's journey across eastern Europe, beginning with a daring escape from a prison camp to his final destination in Denmark. The back-story is revealed along the way with a series of flashbacks to his painful days as a child and as a fear-filled [...]

Bobby Jones: Stroke of Genius

November 30, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

One of Bobby’s most admired qualities is his honesty. One stroke behind Walter Hagen on Scotland’s famous St. Andrews course, Bobby calls a penalty on himself for a minor mistake that only he knows he made. He refuses to turn pro because he feels playing for money takes the fun out of the game. [...]


Highwaymen exposes the pain and suffering caused by evil and an evil man. It shows people who have been deeply scarred by the sinful choices of another. There is little accountability for the actions of the characters. Highwaymen has nice action sequences, but it has a lot of violence revolving [...]

The Count of Monte Cristo – Edited

September 10, 2002

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Virtually free of coarse language, the film maintains the major elements and themes of Dumas' story. An interesting twist focuses on Edmund's rejection of God after his imprisonment, but later references show his return to belief. Although the story seems to focus on revenge, the priest tells [...]


Although it contains several large gaps in plausibility and has pacing problems in the beginning, “Frequency" is an entertaining film. The suspenseful plot is fairly complex, holding the viewers attention, and there is a charming performance by Quaid. Alas, while giving us positive portrayals [...]

Running for Grace

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Set in early 20th century, Running for Grace features a stellar cast and a strong, dramatic story that focuses on two great themes: true love conquers all, and when life knocks you down 7 times, you've simply got to get up 8 times. These are the lessons that a young man named Jo (Ryan Potter) must [...]