Inspiring Jackie Robinson biopic has great messages.
Fantasy violence eased by humor in tween-friendly adventure.
Family-friendly adventure full of magic and battles.
Moving tribute to two civil rights widows' legacies.
Tolkien tale isn't as great as LOTR, but better for tweens.
Playful take on mythology has some iffy humor, violence.
Inspiring football documentary about the power of teamwork.
Adoption docu is heartwarming and emotional.
Inspiring sports drama about Native Americans, lacrosse.
Subtitled docu about sushi chef inspires and enlightens.
Classic Hitchcock suspense, some drinking and smoking.
Twilight parody is bloodier than usual Disney fare.
Muddled Oz-based fantasy has some intense action.
Swashbuckler for tweens has tons of action but no heart.
Sweet travelogue/comedy is tame but not aimed at kids.
Pointless low-budget sequel is unoriginal, violent.
Comic book adventure mixes patriotism, explosive action.
Irish tearjerker with a hint of magic deals with loss.
Predictable TV movie bolsters family-centric values.
Jumbled fantasy story has lots of iffy behavior.
1980s teen bike adventure with sustained menace, peril.
Not much soccer in coming-of-age translated dud.