actor: Shelley Long

Merry In-Laws

October 15, 2013
Meeting the future in-laws for the first time is always a little unsettling. When Alex meets Peter's parents, it is an event like nothing she has ever experienced. Alex's father, on the other hand, is skeptical about the couple and their son Peter. But Max, Alex's son, realizes the truth and starts [...]

The Wedding Chapel

April 30, 2013

Dove Approved for All Ages

This movie will inspire you! The characters are delightful and their cause is noble, to save a Wedding Chapel which is faced with being shut down so that it can be replaced by a shopping mall. The building has historical significance as well as an emotional tie for many of the residents that live [...]

Strawberry Summer

April 2, 2013

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is an entertaining family movie with a wonderful theme about following your heart and your own dreams, not what others wish for you. Beth Landon (Julie Mond) is terrific as a high school music teacher and Fairland Strawberry Festival Queen. She manages to get big country singer/star Jason [...]

The Dog Who Saved the Holidays

December 4, 2012

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is a warm and inspiring film which contains a lot of cute moments. Two dogs, Eve and Zeus, are competing for George Bannister's attention. The movie features some well-known actors including Shelley Long and Dean Cain and the voices of Peyton List and Joey Lawrence. Some bumbling thieves help [...]

Troop Beverly Hills – Filtered

March 25, 2003

Dove Approved for All Ages

This was a great family film although the parents talk about getting a divorce. They end up realizing what they would be missing and do not go through with it. The Beverly Hills' mom who is very self centered changes her ways and winds up teaching a group of young girls how to be selfless and help [...]

The Money Pit – Filtered

February 4, 2003
Tom Hanks and Shelly Long play Walter and Anna Fielding, a married couple initially living in the apartment of Anna’s ex-husband Max. Of course this is a bad idea. When Max decides to reclaim his home, Walter and Anna, seeking a new place to live, are extremely motivated to make a rash decision, [...]

Dr. T And The Women

Quirky writer/director Robert Altman is best known for observant, multilayered films such as “Nashville” “M.A.S.H.” and “The Player.” Once again he has taken a location and a people and skewered them. This place is Dallas, Texas, and the people are the self-involved elite ladies who [...]