actor: Omar Sharif

The Last Templar

April 13, 2010
The Last Templar" has an interesting storyline for sure. After a flashback to the old knights and sword fights, the film begins with knights riding horses into a museum in contemporary New York and stealing items while they break glass and strike people with swords. They are shot at and soon flee. [...]

St. Peter

March 20, 2007

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie is Biblical with a few alterations which may be historically related, and Omar Sharif does an outstanding job in the title role. This film begins with Jesus' death and resurrection, and moves into the book of Acts as Peter is used to raise a lame man, preaches and converts literally [...]

Hidalgo – Edited

November 1, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Based on a real story, "Hidalgo" was a very intriguing movie. This version has edited out the offensive language, and while there is some on-screen violence the most gory killings have been removed. Although Frank is shown to drink to try and forget his past, the use of alcohol is not glorified. [...]


Hopkins drifts along drinking and brawling until he comes to grips with himself and becomes a powerful force for justice, helping those who are hurting. Hidalgo paints religion merely as cultural heritage. People in the film do not live according to the faith they are said to possess. A [...]

Mysteries of Egypt (IMAX)

July 6, 1999

Dove Approved for All Ages

It’s difficult to describe this film. I have long been fascinated by ancient Egypt. “Mysteries of Egypt” delivers some marvelous shots of many of the vast monuments and structures in Egypt. There are some breathtaking shots of the massive pyramids, and wonderful reenactments of their time. [...]