producer: James Keach

Glen Campbell – I’ll Be Me

September 1, 2015

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

"Glen Campbell—I'll Be Me" is an inspiring look at the award-winning talents of Glen Campbell, as well as the man behind the talent. Glen was diagnosed with Alzheimer's in recent years; this documentary follows him on his final tour and at home in 2012. The memory loss becomes worse, with the [...]

Waiting for Forever

May 3, 2011

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

When you are a child you do not always understand the things that happen in life. Will lost his parents in a train wreck when he was very young. Not being able to fully understand, he took the advice of his best friend, Emma, who told him he would always be loved. Emma on the other hand, has grown [...]

Walk The Line

February 28, 2006
"Walk the Line" is another Bio-pic that is very well written and contains some mighty fine acting by Joaquin Phoenix (Johnny Cash) and Reese Witherspoon (June Carter). These two performers sing the songs themselves and the work they do in this film is some of their best. There is no doubt in my [...]

Walk The Line – Filtered

February 28, 2006
"Walk the Line," is a biography of Johnny Cash and how he goes through his life's ups and downs, losing his brother, using drugs, going through withdrawals and hurting his family emotionally and making it big with his singing career. Eventually things change for the better. He realizes what he is [...]

Enslavement: The True Story of Fanny Kemble

The hook to this retelling of the plight of slaves during the early years of America is found in its lead character, a snobbish British diva first proclaiming Americans as cloddish and unrefined, then taking it upon herself to fix the injustices of our newly formed country. Although I applaud her [...]

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