Fantasy violence eased by humor in tween-friendly adventure.
Superman's back in brooding, action-packed reboot.
Invisible girl flees mob dad in inventive fantasy thriller.
Colorful prequel is scarier, less magical than the original.
Poignant middle school novel has great humor and depth.
Squeaky-clean small-town romance might not interest kids.
Joss Whedon makes teen-friendly Shakespeare; some drinking.
Tender, well-acted teen drama is true to classic Blume book.
Despite violence, book-based zombie romance is OK for teens.
Forgettable British kid comedy is pretty horrid indeed.
Cross-gender superhero makes light of sensitive issue.
Teen wizard shines in entertaining British sci-fi.
Tween coming-of-age set amid shifting family, '60s dynamics.
Exciting medieval adventure with brave teens and dragons.
Animated adventure amuses but doesn't live up to its title.
Fast-paced superhero series sequel will be fun for fans.
Lighthearted superhero action is fun -- but big toy ad.
Edgy high school comedy from Glee star has some iffy stuff.
Lush book adaptation mixes romance, fantasy, some violence.
Fun action show joins long-running but violent franchise.
Great haunted house mystery with challenging puzzles.
Well-done (but not perfect) port of console hit.
Madcap mayhem perfect for Big Nate fans.
Award-winning '90s series is violent but entertaining.
Fitzgerald classic gets a decadent, gorgeous, tricky update.