Supernanny family interventions are meant for parents.
Super-intense, apocalyptic alien-invasion nail-biter.
Mix of brutality and tenderness makes fantasy seem real.
Rich teen piano prodigy manages pressure, older crushes.
Toxic brother drives so-so comedy about mortifying video.
Refreshingly real clan anchors mild fashion reality show.
Mockumentary comedy boasts subtle humor, strong language.
Flawed but family-oriented comedy pushes a positive message.
Gross-out humor and adventure in lively Deadweather sequel.
Dysfunctional family biz sitcom has sexual humor.
School-for-criminals mystery turns very dark and violent.
Wacky, gripping sequel has slapstick, swordplay, sweetness.
Time-travel sequel is intense, suspenseful, and exciting.
Award-winning actors wasted in forgettable, racy comedy.
Dystopian romance links teen suicide and memory.
The Selection sequel is more romantic, still superficial.
Teen tries to repair dysfunctional family in so-so comedy.
Page-turner is the perfect campfire tale but can get gory.
Artful drama weighs redemption in the wake of rape, murder.
Racy romcom has realistic characters but needs more plot.
Pinkalicious goes green in magical clean-up adventure.
Boy cites the colors of his moods in poetic slice of life.
Storybound sequel has brave kids, cosmic battle.
Gritty, moving tale of boy trying to escape his barrio past.
Cute monster tot teaches kids about feelings, relationships.