actor: Graham Greene

When I Find the Ocean

April 1, 2008
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
"When I Find the Ocean" is a sweet story used to highlight a dark issue that victimizes numerous children. The film exposes the consequences of child abuse and praises Lily’s friend who finally tells adults what’s happened to Lily. Despite Lily’s struggles, the childlike innocence of Lily is [...]

The Song of Hiawatha

November 1, 2007
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
In this adaptation of the story of Hiawatha, the film is a story within a story. The film begins with some American travelers looking for Hiawatha. Once they get to the village, they are told the story of Hiawatha. This film is informative and also interesting while keeping the story moving. [...]

Spirit Bear: The Simon Jackson Story

February 14, 2006
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
It is amazing what a teenager can do when he decides to put his mind to it. Based on a true story, this is an intriguing movie. The viewer watches the ups and downs that Simon has to battle to get his point across. With help from friends and family, some who are unlikely helpers, he finds a way to [...]

Transamerica

December 23, 2005
Let me say right up front that this film can not be approved as family-friendly. It not only contains inappropriate material for children, many adults will be offended by the subject matter and the frankness in which it is portrayed. You can't watch this film and not feel some sympathy for its [...]

Big Spender

September 30, 2003
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
"Big Spender" is a movie about a horse and also a young man. They find themselves put together and both get a second chance at life. Eddie has made a lot of mistakes in his life that brought him into the prison system. Big Spender is a race horse that seems to never win a race. So when this horse [...]

Lost in the Barrens

August 26, 2003
Dove "Family-Approved" For All Ages
This film is a winner that will hold your interest and grip your heart. Watching these two young boys interact and go from adversaries to bonded buddies is great viewing and will spark dinner table discussions afterwords. I appreciated the lack of blood and gore, when an elk is killed for the boys [...]

The Education of Little Tree

In 1935 the world was a different place, and there were many who disliked different cultures and religious groups. There were people that did not have much. This story takes Little Tree to the Smokie Mountains to live with his grandparents after the loss of his parents. His Grandfather a "white" [...]

Te Ata

Dove "Family-Approved" For All Ages
Mary Thompson was a representative of the Native American culture. She worked hard to go to college. While at school, she met a theater arts professor, and that is where Te Ata (Mary's name in the Chickasaw nation) would portray the stories of her heritage. Over the years, she performed for any [...]