Dazzling but heavy-handed sci-fi has violence, language.
Funny but imperfect mob comedy has violence, language.
Mesmerizing mature drama with just a bit of sex, violence.
Bleak, but lovely journey OK for older-teen music fans.
Biopic is well acted but uneven and violent.
Smart, wrenching, deeply moving drama fine for older teens.
Fantastically funny, weird film has violence, alcohol, more.
Wonderful father-son bonding story with language, drinking.
Flawed, adult-targeted dramedy with drinking, drugs, warmth.
Beloved characters celebrate holidays, differences.
Salty comedy's selfish, unlikable lead isn't for everyone.
Bloody horror remake focuses heavily on bullying, revenge.
Intense lost-at-sea tale with one actor and little dialogue.
Confusing WikiLeaks docudrama mostly avoids iffy content.
Picture book adaptation will delight even youngest kids.
George finds mischief in mildly spooky Halloween tale.
Sweet holiday sequel about a boy who misses his dog.
Highly marketed train characters make new friends.
Fun, low-budget story of New York teens has language, drugs.
Vivid romance between over-the-top men has drugs and sex.
Horror sequel brings more of the same creepy scares.
Documentary tackles complex issues of truth and safety.
This dumb, raunchy series should have given up the ghost.
Award-winning actors wasted in forgettable, racy comedy.
Wrenching drama about child custody can spark discussion.