Monsters Inc. prequel is a fun college comedy for all ages.
Clever Halloween tale has fun with science, stereotypes.
Fun mystery, but more romance than most Scooby movies.
French monster movie encourages looking past the surface.
Cute, kid-friendly monster movie; may scare sensitive kids.
Some positive messages about diversity; iffy body images.
Father-daughter comedy works as intro to monster movies.
Burton's creepy young Frankenstein is perfect for tweens.
Cool-but-creepy monster flick is too scary for little kids.
Toy line characters teach tolerance -- and iffy body images.
Sweet, funny story of friendship is a treat for the family.
Vampire mystery/musical is funny but has iffy themes.
Highly original kids' ghost story with scares and subtitles.
The ultimate makeover story has strong, positive messages.
Tame Halloween special doesn't live up to original movie.
Fun live-action flick is too scary, mature for young kids.
Underneath all the high-tech frills is the ultimate tale of redemption and hope, even in the bleakest of times.
Lonely kid finds an unlikely friend in action-packed tale.
Homage to '50s alien flicks too intense for youngest kids.
Funny vintage cartoons with lots of slapstick violence.
Mad-scientist comedy is fine for younger kids.
Halloween mystery has some mild frights.
Predictable family fantasy not as good as book.
Bratz doll version of a scarefest; little kids, beware!