actor: David Carradine

Son of the Dragon

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Although there are several martial art fights and sword skirmishes in this film, much of it is fantasy-based,with some of the characters leaping and twisting in the air and even flying for a few moments. There is very little blood in comparison to the battles, and although there is some magic, for [...]

Christmas Miracle at Sage Creek

November 25, 2005

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This is a well made production with a good story and fine acting and direction. Some may think the ending is too nicely wrapped, but then again, the conclusion does take place at Christmas. David Carradine plays a character named Ike, who doesn't like his son-in-law nor Indians. Carradine is in [...]

Kill Bill Vol. 2

April 16, 2004
Like its predecessor, Kill Bill Vol. 2 is extremely violent. The carnage is less severe than in Vol. 1, with more talking and less killing, but that does not diminish the sick and sadistic nature of the film. Apart from extreme and sadistic violence, Vol. 2 also contains some objectionable [...]

Kill Bill, Vol. 1

October 10, 2003
Extreme acts of violence and otherwise horrific decapitations are made to seem commonplace and comical. The film contains a lot of offensive language and some strong sexual content. Stay away from this [...]

The Outsider

This is an interesting story of a woman's test of choosing between her faith in which she was raised and the man she loves. There is no doubt that she must choose between them, and she "follows her heart". This video is not Dove approved due to the scene with the two main characters in bed; [...]

By Dawns Early Light

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

A teen with attitude learns life lessons from his wise old grandpa. Not much new here, but it is well executed. The two have several adventures and the boy learns about character and doing something worthwhile. Positive messages abound, including a respect for God, flag and people. This film is [...]

Warden of Red Rock

Overall, this film contains great moral attitudes towards human life and great lessons in forgivness, reconciliation, and judgement. John lives and breaths in the prison like a prisoner, so he better relates to his prisoners. He treats them fairly, so he is a model of justice and equality. [...]