Reviews for what your kids are into (before they get into it)

Trusted ratings created with families in mind.

Strange World: Movie Poster

Strange World

age 8+

Sci-fi adventure/tender family drama has scares, peril.

1899-- TV Image


age 15+

Violence and occult themes in surreal multilingual horror.

Pokemon Scarlet Box

Pokemon Scarlet/Violet

age 8+

Relationships at core of new creature catching adventure.


How old is your kid?


Get age-based picks for your family.

Pokemon Scarlet Box

Pokemon Scarlet/Violet

age 8+

Relationships at core of new creature catching adventure.

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever: Movie Poster

Black Panther: Wakanda Forever

age 12+

Epic, women-led sequel is part tribute, part intense battle.

Image of indigenous characters from different movies, with the text: Family entertainment that celebrates and honors the diverse culture of Indigenous peoples. Get the picks

Our Editors Recommend

First Day Critter Jitters Poster Image

Back-to-School Books

Stories about everything from first-day jitters to socializing with classmates.

Babymouse Tales from the Locker:  Lights, Camera, Middle School! Poster Image

Books to Help Your Kid Survive Middle School

What's so tough about sixth through eighth grade?

Spirit Rangers TV show poster

Movies & TV Shows That Celebrate Indigenous Peoples

Thoughtful picks that showcase stories by and for Indigenous communities.

Common Sense Selections

Outstanding family entertainment selected to receive our seal for quality and impact.
Devotion Movie Poster


age 13+
Good Night Oppy Movie Poster

Good Night Oppy

age 5+

Popular with Parents



age 13+

30 parent reviews

"A must watch"

This is a fantastic show. It's inclusive, fun and full of positive role models.
Review by Larissa82
Common Sense parent

Know you're making the best possible choices for your kids.

Since 2003, Common Sense has been the leading independent source for media recommendations and advice for families.

Wherever your family likes to stream or shop, we're here for you.

Look for us next time you're searching for something to watch, read, or play.

See all distribution partners

Not-for-profit partnerships, generous foundation support, and contributions from parents like you keep Common Sense free and available to families everywhere.