Adventure sequel is well-rounded, family-friendly fare.
Wrenching drama about child custody can spark discussion.
Inspiring survey of women's movement; some sensitive topics.
Ghost story relies on creaky old clichés to generate scares.
French monster movie encourages looking past the surface.
This dumb, raunchy series should have given up the ghost.
Gore-filled horror remake entertains but can't top original.
Indian slum kids stand up for themselves in poignant docu.
Powerful docu explains why all girls need an education.
Darling royal tot is steeped in princess stereotypes.
Final Twilight focuses on Edward and Bella's legacy.
Fantasy violence eased by humor in tween-friendly adventure.
Cute, kid-friendly monster movie; may scare sensitive kids.
Despite violence, book-based zombie romance is OK for teens.
Six stunningly animated fairy tales with a few mild scares.
This insightful tool for building empathy and helping kids understand friendship will appeal to kids.
Father-daughter comedy works as intro to monster movies.
Fourth in spooky series runs out of ideas -- and scares.
Brisk, outrageous action movie has tons of witchy violence.
Inspiring tale of a mom's quest to better her kid's school.
Demonically scary movie has low gore, strong characters.
Burton's creepy young Frankenstein is perfect for tweens.
Plenty of gore -- and more 3-D -- in fifth RE installment.
Edgy, teen-friendly musical comedy uplifts with song, heart.
Teen-friendly baseball drama raises father-daughter issues.