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Bullet Train

age 16+

Pitt action thriller is a fun but exceedingly violent ride.

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Paper Girls

age 14+

Suspenseful time-travel tale has violence, strong language.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3

age 13+

Epic tale with mild combat promotes thinking for yourself.

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Xenoblade Chronicles 3

age 13+

Epic tale with mild combat promotes thinking for yourself.

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Luck

age 5+

Colorful, charming animated tale has positive messages.

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age 13+

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