actor: Robert Forster

The Case for Christ (2017)

August 15, 2017

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The "Case for Christ" was worth the wait. Set in 1980s Chicago, the adaptation of Lee and Leslie Strobel's story of life-changing faith gives us a multi-dimensional and compelling narrative along with a high quality entertainment experience. The film, a well-crafted exploration of the famous [...]

The Trial

November 9, 2010

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Two words describe this film: Compelling! Riveting! Matthew Modine stars in this powerful courtroom drama as an attorney who has given up on his practice and almost his life after the tragic loss of his wife and son in a car accident. "The Trial" will keep its audience's attention from start to [...]

Dragon Wars (D-War)

This movie does have some good acting in it and that is a big compliment considering that the film is loaded with CGI and special effects, and some of them are poorly done. There are times in which the creatures simply look fake. There are so many explosions going on in the movie and police lining [...]

Due East

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Mary Faith refuses to have an abortion despite strong pressure from family members. She demonstrates a lot of maturity, unselfishness and wisdom for someone her age and in her situation. Her friend Becky Purdue, despite her own problems, is able to provide comfort and support when no one else does. [...]

Family Tree

August 15, 2000

Dove Approved for All Ages

“Family Tree” is a delightful rarity – a G-rated family film with positive messages and a happy ending. Probably best suited for television, it has weaknesses that glare at viewers from the huge screen. Still, it has some nice moments and is one parents can take the little ones to. By [...]

Its The Rage

Meant as dark satire, the film suggests that the availability of guns in a society outnumbered by very disturbed people is a bad thing. Agreed. Guns should only be owned by police, military, gun experts, enthusiasts, collectors, hunters, and by people who want a weapon for home security. Guns [...]

Me, Myself and Irene

If you've ever seen a Farrelly Brothers movie (There's Something About Mary, Dumb and Dumber, etc.), then you know just what to expect from them - a total gross-out comedy. This one does not disappoint. It is also classic Jim Carrey, full of unbelievable facial expressions and odd body movements. [...]