Superb British comedy classic skewers snobbery.
Wealthy, religious blended family gets reality treatment.
Playful supernatural drama with bits of edgy content.
Slow, lyrical prose builds to a thrilling, bloody sequel.
Loud look at '80s family life has positive takeaways.
Romantic fantasy with Egyptian gods a fun mom-daughter read.
Emotional puzzler has great role models, some dark moments.
Thrilling sequel puts zombies in Victorian-era Paris.
Bookish girl finds love -- and herself -- in sweet romance.
Tepid, short-lived sitcom upends some gay stereotypes.
Savvy coming-of-age tale is great for mature teens.
Super-intense, apocalyptic alien-invasion nail-biter.
Mix of brutality and tenderness makes fantasy seem real.
Flawed but family-oriented comedy pushes a positive message.
Dysfunctional family biz sitcom has sexual humor.
The Selection sequel is more romantic, still superficial.
Psychological thriller is like X-Men meets La Femme Nikita.
Imaginative fantasy mystery for teens tackles grief, death.
First in fun series is like a Downton Abbey for teens.
White House comedy with a few mature-ish storylines.
Zombies invade classic comedy of manners for laughs, groans.
Norwegian mythology adds interest to muddled fantasy.
Fun superhero brawler on Kinect with no blood or gore.
Story of girl's psychic kissing power puts focus on looks.
Fun fantasy actioner marred by troublesome motion controls.