actor: William Shatner

When Elephants Were Young

January 17, 2017

Dove Approved for All Ages

Elephants are beautiful majestic creatures, the biggest land animals in the world. Travel to Thailand to learn about this animal on the verge of extinction. In Thailand alone, about 2,800 elephants are in captivity, and 1,000 are still in the wild. Their natural habitat has been cut down to make [...]

Star Trek 2: The Wrath of Khan

October 4, 2005
This film follows "Star Trek: The Motion Picture" and is based on an episode of the original series called "Space Seed" in which Khan first shows up, played by actor Ricardo Montalban. He was exiled to a planet fifteen years earlier for his insurrection while aboard the Enterprise. He now manages [...]

Star Trek 3: The Search for Spock

October 4, 2005
This film picks up exactly where the last one, "The Wrath of Khan", left off. Spock's body is jettisoned down to the newly created Genesis planet, and Admiral Kirk deals with the grief over the loss of his friend. However, Dr. McCoy is found in Spock's old quarters, acting a bit unusual and [...]

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous

June 21, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

One of my favorite actresses is Sandra Bullock so I am pleased when Dove can award the Dove Seal to any movie in which she stars. Dove couldn't approve the original "Miss Congeniality" because of some profanities. But in this sequel, Producer Sandra Bullock has toned down the language enough for us [...]

Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous – Filtered

June 21, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Fbi Agent Gracie Hart becomes famous. She soon finds out that her friend and pageant winner and emcee are missing. She has a job to do-try and find them before it's too late.This movie keeps your attention. It is funny and doesn't have any slow parts in it. There is always something going on. It is [...]

Star Trek: Generations

September 28, 2004

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This film includes some intense and dramatic moments, for example when a desperate ship hails the Enterprise for help in the beginning of the movie as it faces blowing up. But the movie incorporates humor effectively too, such as when a character is forced to walk a plank on a ship at sea, as part [...]

Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country

January 27, 2004
"The Undiscovered Country" is referred to by Shakespeare in his play "Hamlet" and refers to death. It is an appropriate title for this sixth "Star Trek" film because not far into it a high-ranking Klingon official is assassinated. It happens at the beginning of negotiating a peace treaty between [...]

Star Trek 5: The Final Frontier

October 14, 2003
"What does God need with a starship?" is the question asked by Captain Kirk when he and some others encounter a powerful being across the forbidden barrier of space, and this being declares his need of their ship. The story begins with Sybok, a Vulcan who happens to be related to Spock. He believes [...]

Star Trek 4: The Voyage Home

March 4, 2003
The crew of the Enterprise travel back in time to save the humpback whales from going extinct, a plot that sounds outlandish and yet works very well. It is vital they do this to save their own fellow man in their present time. There is a lot of humor as the Enterprise arrives in America in the mid [...]

Osmosis Jones

November 13, 2001

Dove Approved for All Ages

The Farrelly brothers are famous for their quirky comedies (“Dumb and Dumber,” “There’s Something About Mary”) and hilarious story-lines so I went to this movie with great expectations for a very funny film. The cast is excellent (I’m a fan of Murray and tend to like him in whatever he [...]