actor: Michael Madsen

Refuge from the Storm: A New Beginning

February 10, 2015

Dove Approved for 18+

"Refuge from the Storm: A New Beginning" shows that the battle against the enemy for our souls is real but so is the victory! A young woman named Linda (played excellently by Kristen Quintrall) had a childhood that included sexual abuse by a step-father. Now she is groping for a better life, [...]

Turnaround Jake

February 10, 2015

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

The big, alluring world of business sometimes proves that it is not what it is cracked up to be. Jake has been in Los Angeles for six years and has worked for a crooked company that cheated on government contracts. When the FBI raids his office and he is fired from his big-salary job, there is [...]

Im in Love with a Church Girl

October 18, 2013

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

This movie is timely, contemporary, yet shares a wonderful old message: God can change people's lives! Miles Montego has a past which includes drug trafficking, womanizing, and violence. Yet when he meets Vanessa Leon his life is changed and in spite of himself he is drawn to her faith in God. This [...]

The Lion of Judah

June 3, 2011

Dove Approved for All Ages

Animated Family Films presents this wonderful adventure of animal friends that go to Jerusalem to save the little lamb name Judah, who thinks he is a lion. As these animals make the journey and begin the search, you will laugh at the situations they find themselves in. But as they realize that [...]

House

November 7, 2008
"House" is a thriller that is slightly different than most. There is no blood in the entire film except on a woman's nose at the very end of the pic. Unfortunately, as with the typical horror film, 'Jump" scenes are frequent. I must say that a modern suspenseful horror film sans brutally graphic [...]

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 [...]

High Noon

June 19, 2001

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

If you never saw the original, you should be impressed. It is a well-written story based on the screenplay by Carl Foreman and the magazine story “The Tin Star” by John W. Cunningham. The look and technical aspects are all above the usual quality of TV-made westerns. Tom Skerritt is a fine [...]

Inspectors 2: A Shred of Evidence

Involving and well acted, but like so many movies playing theatrically, this made-for-TV film is speckled with profanity and obscenity. The film carries a very important message: “Identity Theft is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. So, shred all mail that contains your name or any personal [...]