All Reviews

csm_movie
age 8+
 
Clever, fun-filled intro to silent movies (with subtitles).
On DVD/Streaming
(1924)
csm_movie
age 6+
 
Quaint 1940s family film with a few potential scares.
On DVD/Streaming
(1947)
csm_movie
age 6+
 
A lonely boy and a zoo animal share a mild adventure.
On DVD/Streaming
(1960)
age 9+
 
Jerry Lewis alien comedy has lots of mild sexual innuendo.
On DVD/Streaming
(1960)
age 9+
 
Cold War-era espionage animation has some cartoon violence.
On DVD/Streaming
(1964)
age 8+
 
Fab Four hit top form in first all-original soundtrack.
By The Beatles
(1964)
csm_music
age 8+
 
Fun movie songs, "Yesterday," and other Beatles favorites.
By The Beatles
(1965)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Morrison & Co.'s debut: dark, hypnotic all-time classic.
By The Doors
(1967)
csm_movie
age 7+
 
Prequel to Gentle Ben series has some violence, drunkenness.
On DVD/Streaming
(1967)
age 12+
 
Clever mix of Simon & Garfunkel songs, '60s cocktail music.
By David Grusin, Paul Simon, Simon & Garfunkel
(1968)
age 9+
 
Another exciting Tintin tale, but some dated stereotyping.
On DVD/Streaming
(1969)
age 6+
 
The food chain may be natural, but can be scary for kids.
Platforms: Leapster 2, Leapster
(1969)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Band's best, most notable classics fill warm, sweet album.
By Grateful Dead
(1970)
csm_music
age 14+
 
Dark sex, drug, and death themes infuse classic tunes.
By Rolling Stones
(1971)
age 3+
 
While lovely, ballet version is hard for kids to follow.
On DVD/Streaming
(1971)
csm_music
age 12+
 
Possibly The Who's best album; essential to the rock canon.
By The Who
(1971)
csm_music
age 12+
 
"Stairway" and more classics on Led Zep masterpiece.
By Led Zeppelin
(1971)
age 8+
 
Collection of classic tracks still best intro to reggae.
By Various Artists
(1972)
age 9+
 
Action-packed classic adventure has drinking, smoking.
On DVD/Streaming
(1972)
age 14+
 
Still a hit decades later, this album made Floyd superstars.
By Pink Floyd
(1973)

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