actor: Keith Carradine

Cowgirls N Angels 2: Dakotas Summer

April 15, 2014

Dove Approved for All Ages

Dakota along with her sister Christine are members of the trick riders of the Sweethearts of the Rodeo. Although their grandfather was a trick rider, it seems to Dakota that she does not have what it takes. But when the truth comes out that she is adopted, she feels the need to search for who she [...]

A Song from the Heart

December 1, 2009

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a fantastic story about a teacher who suffers from blindness but sees much more than people realize. Maryann Lowery (Amy Grant) was a young girl who was riding with her parents and she survived a car accident that not only left her blind, but resulted in both her parents' deaths. She has [...]

Is There Life Out There?

April 20, 2008
This movie starts out with Reba McEntire singing the theme song, the same title as the movie “Is There Life Out There?” The singing and acting is very good in this film. This movie not only depicts a young mom who is trying to achieve her life goals and dreams by returning to school, but still [...]

WhereTheres a Will

February 1, 2008

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Leslie Clyde Onstott (Marion Ross) is a wealthy, widowed woman living alone in the small town of Harmony, Texas. She has trouble seeing, she is physically unstable and those who care for her are worried. Since she has no ‘known’ next of kin, they are talking about placing her in a home. Richie [...]

The Adventures of Ociee Nash

August 15, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

Ociee Nash is a delightful child and this movie is great entertainment for the whole family. As Ociee goes on her adventures the viewer will laugh and cry. Being a tomboy as I grew up, I can relate to Ociee, but her world changes when her father sends her to her aunt's house. He believes that there [...]

Wooly Boys – Filtered

April 26, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Wooly Boys" is the story of two North Dakotan sheep ranchers (Stoney and Shuck) who have been friends for decades. When his daughter (Kate) fails to send her yearly birthday card, Stoney fears something has happened and hops a bus to Minneapolis. When he arrives, he finds his grandson, Charles, [...]

The Outsider

This is an interesting story of a woman's test of choosing between her faith in which she was raised and the man she loves. There is no doubt that she must choose between them, and she "follows her heart". This video is not Dove approved due to the scene with the two main characters in bed; [...]


This is a wrenching, but ultimately uplifting film dealing with a difficult subject: the loss of a child and its aftermath. Fawcett gives a powerful performance as a depressed and distant woman. As we learn of the child’s death, we begin to understand her painful detachment. Sumptuously [...]

Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble

The hook to this retelling of the plight of slaves during the early years of America is found in its lead character, a snobbish British diva first proclaiming Americans as cloddish and unrefined, then taking it upon herself to fix the injustices of our newly formed country. Although I applaud her [...]