Edgy high school comedy from Glee star has some iffy stuff.
Lush book adaptation mixes romance, fantasy, some violence.
Great haunted house mystery with challenging puzzles.
Fitzgerald classic gets a decadent, gorgeous, tricky update.
Serviceable but forgettable Cruise thriller is very violent.
Predictable romantic drama deals with pretty heavy themes.
Eclectic homage to Jazz Age has edgy songs, mature themes.
Wacky, gripping sequel has slapstick, swordplay, sweetness.
Offbeat dramedy mixes light and dark; some intense moments.
Terrifyingly realistic dinos run amok in sci-fi landmark.
Contemplative adaptation focuses on teen passion and angst.
High school-set horror series is gory, sexy, and strange.
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.
Pinkalicious goes green in magical clean-up adventure.
Storybound sequel has brave kids, cosmic battle.
Lots of kisses, but "Twi"-fi thriller isn't that compelling.
Excellent film adaptation of gritty, heartbreaking musical.
Teen-friendly comedy has laughs but is uneven.
Tolkien tale isn't as great as LOTR, but better for tweens.
Holiday icons defend childhood in gorgeous adventure.
Beautiful, emotional, intense story of faith and friendship.
Friendly monkey's escapades teach tots about nature.
Colorful prequel is scarier, less magical than the original.
Lottie shows what's fun about the library in vibrant sequel.
Gripping finale is good but leaves readers wanting more.