Supernanny family interventions are meant for parents.
Super-intense, apocalyptic alien-invasion nail-biter.
Mix of brutality and tenderness makes fantasy seem real.
Rich teen piano prodigy manages pressure, older crushes.
Toxic brother drives so-so comedy about mortifying video.
Refreshingly real clan anchors mild fashion reality show.
Mockumentary comedy boasts subtle humor, strong language.
Flawed but family-oriented comedy pushes a positive message.
Gross-out humor and adventure in lively Deadweather sequel.
Wacky, gripping sequel has slapstick, swordplay, sweetness.
Dysfunctional family biz sitcom has sexual humor.
School-for-criminals mystery turns very dark and violent.
Time-travel sequel is intense, suspenseful, and exciting.
Award-winning actors wasted in forgettable, racy comedy.
Dystopian romance links teen suicide and memory.
The Selection sequel is more romantic, still superficial.
Terrifyingly realistic dinos run amok in sci-fi landmark.
Teen tries to repair dysfunctional family in so-so comedy.
Page-turner is the perfect campfire tale but can get gory.
Artful drama weighs redemption in the wake of rape, murder.
In this highly addicting simulation game, kids learn about real-word financial concepts as they build a dinosaur theme park. And unlike many simulation apps, Dinorama doesn't tempt kids with in-app purchases.
Racy romcom has realistic characters but needs more plot.
Pinkalicious goes green in magical clean-up adventure.
Boy cites the colors of his moods in poetic slice of life.
Storybound sequel has brave kids, cosmic battle.