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Movie

Transformers: Rise of the Beasts

age 11+

Fun (if unnecessary) reboot has heart, explosive action.

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TV

FUBAR

age 15+

Action-adventure series has violence, language, comic edge.

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Game

Diablo IV

age 18+

Gory and violent fantasy action/adventure game not for kids.

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Game

Diablo IV

age 18+

Gory and violent fantasy action/adventure game not for kids.

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Movie

Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse

age 9+

Spidey sequel is an action-packed delight; peril, violence.

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Heartstopper

age 13+

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"A must watch"

This is a fantastic show. It's inclusive, fun and full of positive role models.
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