Depraved, unfunny anthology comedy wastes tons of talent.
Charming comedy about elderly opera singers fine for teens.
Fantasy violence eased by humor in tween-friendly adventure.
Raunchy buddy comedy is all about getting wasted.
So-so horror sequel has more spooky scares than gore.
Stylish but gruesomely violent thriller riffs on Hitchcock.
Family-friendly adventure full of magic and battles.
Superman's back in brooding, action-packed reboot.
Glitzy but superficial dramedy has swearing, alcohol, drugs.
Impressive "big wave" surf documentary is mainly for fans.
Language, drugs, death in very funny doomsday movie.
Brisk, outrageous action movie has tons of witchy violence.
Fact-based thriller paints harsh picture of drug trade.
Colorful prequel is scarier, less magical than the original.
Moving tribute to two civil rights widows' legacies.
Wilson, Vaughn reteam for goofy comedy with sex humor.
Joss Whedon makes teen-friendly Shakespeare; some drinking.
Home invasion movie has intense ideas, strong violence.
Quirky tale of cutesy hit girls is full of violence, curses.
Tender, well-acted teen drama is true to classic Blume book.
Judgment day comedy is low on laughs, high on raunchy jokes.
Kids discover life on and off chess board in moving docu.
Fascinating battle stories from fashion's front line.
Despite violence, book-based zombie romance is OK for teens.
Great stars can't rescue uneven, sometimes violent comedy.