director: Robert Redford

Lions for Lambs

This film could best be described as a day in the war on Iraq. The film follows three characters during the course of one pivotal day in the war on terror. While films like this can be hard to follow, how each of the characters are connected is thoughtfully done. Each of the high profile actors and [...]

The Milagro Beanfield War – Filtered

May 31, 2005
Robert Redford directed and did an outstanding job capturing contemporary Mexican life in “The Milagro Beanfield War”. The plot is a classic tale of good versus evil. The townsfolk are good people of Christian beliefs, with idealistic views. The laws of the land are unjust and favor the [...]

River Runs Through It, A – Edited

April 12, 2005

Dove Approved for All Ages

This is a classic, wholesome movie that everyone should enjoy. It starts out with two brothers living with their stern preacher-father and their doteful mother. They both grow up and grow farther away from their family and each other. They both get jobs and live their lives. They both eventually [...]

Legend of Bagger Vance

Director Robert Redford has assembled a cast, crew and script all bent on satisfying popcorn munchers. With his likeable actors and thought-provoking story, Redford uses the game of golf as an analogy to the “game” of life. There is a spiritual depth to the film as the title character helps [...]

Quiz Show – Filtered

September 7, 1999

Dove Approved for All Ages

In 1958 the quiz show "Twenty One" was called out for its scandalous acts. The American people are outraged and now no longer have trust in television game shows. This film tells how the scandals were unraveled. Who did it end up hurting the most: TV or the people playing the [...]