Star-studded book-inspired movie is cross-generational fun.
Raunchy British puppet sitcom is hilarious fare for adults.
Mockumentary comedy boasts subtle humor, strong language.
Flawed but family-oriented comedy pushes a positive message.
Classic sitcom still entertains, raises relevant issues.
Dysfunctional family biz sitcom has sexual humor.
Classic family sitcom features 1950s social values.
Dueling personalities clash in likable series follow-up.
Lackluster sitcom has mixed messages about parenting.
Funny family sitcom with positive themes for tweens.
Hilarious British sitcom has some discussion value as well.
White House comedy with a few mature-ish storylines.
Predictable slapstick comedy still delivers the laughs.
Hyper star's antics dominate mediocre alien comedy.
Sitcom's take on gender roles is fun for tweens, teens.
So-so sitcom celebrates families, raises discussion points.
Funny puppet comedy needs a reality check from parents.
Squeaky-clean '70s sitcom gets blah pop-up video treatment.
Explicit cartoon plays with race, gender stereotypes.
Cheeky comedy has heart but is aimed squarely at adults.
Bawdy, broad bar comedy has iffy content, sweet family ties.
Broad '80s sitcom boasts sci-fi elements and sarcasm.
Really great family-friendly fare that parents can enjoy along with their kids.
More of the same absurdity from obnoxious YouTube star.
Clever slice-of-life comedy has mixed messages, cursing.