actor: Natasha Henstridge

Ice Girls

October 4, 2016
Dove "Family-Approved" For All Ages
A lot of changes are happening in Mattie's life. She injured her knee in competition, they are moving because her family has been evicted from their house, her mom needs a new job, and she has to start a new school when they move in with her mom's aunt. Murphy has coached for years and owns the [...]

Nowhere Safe

November 4, 2014
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
What a terrific movie and it is inspired by true events. Danielle Chuchran is terrific as Ashley Evans, a teen girl that moves with her mom to a new high school after being cyber bullied at her previous school. A girl she beat out for a drama part in the High School play made false statements [...]

Against the Wild

March 11, 2014
Dove "Family-Approved" For All Ages
This is a terrific film for the entire family! Young Hannah Wade and her brother Zach go to visit their father, who is separated from their mother. On the way in a small plane piloted by Captain Walker (John Tench) they have engine trouble and the plane crashes in dense woods. The pilot is hurt [...]

You Lucky Dog

November 9, 2010
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
It is amazing how a new pet in the family can cause a big change for everyone. This story tells how one cute and adorable sheep herding dog brings together a father, son and daughter following the death of the mother of the family. Lisa returns to the family farm after being away for many years and [...]

The Whole Ten Yards

April 9, 2004
In this occasionally funny movie of frequent slapstick humor, a gangster boss hits his dimwitted goon in the face whenever he questions him. Violence is used many times for comedic effect. There are several instances of sexual content: a man’s hand is on a woman’s bare breast, a couple is [...]

Power and Beauty

July 21, 2002
From the time Judith Exner became a news figure in 1975, countless stories have been told about her life and loves. And like anyone who had anything to do with John F. Kennedy, each version became intensified and distorted. Despite haven been under investigation by th eFBI for fifteen years, [...]

Ghosts Of Mars

August 28, 2001
The good: I don’t know why but I enjoy watching Ice Cube. I think it’s because he’s the perfect tough guy for “B” movies with his kick butt attitude and sarcastic rhetoric. The basic story premise and idea is a good one. Had it been done in a different way (intense and scary without being [...]

Jason and the Argonauts

August 15, 2000
Dove "Family-Approved" For Ages 12 and Over
Gods and goddesses are a theatrical device used to represent the forces that mankind encounters and battles throughout life. Keeping in mind that these mythological divinities are merely props used to dramatize man’s struggle to control his own fate, viewing sword-and-sea-serpent movies can be [...]

Whole Nine Yards

February 18, 2000
Although this film has some very funny moments and Perry has finally found a feature where he is able to successfully use what he has learned on his “Friends” TV series, it is a disturbing film. The dark humor centers around a hitman with morals (he has no compulsion about killing strangers, [...]