actor: Helen Hunt

The Jock Hero Dog

July 17, 2012

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie proves that humble beginnings can lead to great lives. This is an inspiring movie about the runt of the litter, named Jock, a puppy who is considered the bravest of his family even though he is the smallest of his siblings. He is chosen to go on an adventure and soon teams up with a man [...]

Soul Surfer

April 8, 2011

Dove Approved for All Ages

2011 Crystal Dove Seal Award Winner for Best Drama - Bethany Hamilton is one of the most amazing people we have come across in years; an avid surfer living in Hawaii who had her arm completely removed by a tiger shark when she was only 13 years old. This film, based on the true life story of [...]

Bobby

November 24, 2006
According to the plotline published by the studio, "Bobby" is "The story of the assassination of U.S. Senator Robert F. Kennedy, on June 6th, 1968, which centers around 22 people who were at the Ambassador Hotel where he was killed." The 22 characters chosen by writer, director, Estevez were [...]

Curse of the Jade Scorpion

August 24, 2001
Well, here’s one of those days where it must be getting a bit chilly in Hades. I’ve just seen a Woody Allen film that didn’t have any foul language, not even his idiosyncratic misuse of Jesus’ name at the end of each frustrated observation. Nor is there any religion bashing. Nor is he [...]

Cast Away

December 22, 2000
Once again, Hanks proves his worth as a movie star. Giving us a fully dimensional characterization (a rarity in films nowadays), we not only learn how to survive along with him, but we sense his understanding of the sanctity of life. A very important message is revealed in the film, no matter how [...]

What Women Want

December 15, 2000
Mel Gibson demonstrates a flair for comedy in this new Paramount release. It is a nice romantic film, diminished only by two irreverent uses of Christ’s name and a few minor obscenities evidently placed in the script to avoid the dreaded G-rating. Although it does contain a few crude [...]

Pay It Forward

October 20, 2000
“Pay It Forward” is an engaging, uplifting film that purports a selfless deed can alter the lives of others forever. Unbeknown to the film’s young hero, his caring acts for others catch on, leading people throughout the country to do the same. Once again, Hunt and Spacey give [...]

Dr. T And The Women

October 13, 2000
Quirky writer/director Robert Altman is best known for observant, multilayered films such as “Nashville” “M.A.S.H.” and “The Player.” Once again he has taken a location and a people and skewered them. This place is Dallas, Texas, and the people are the self-involved elite ladies who [...]