All Reviews

age 4+
 
Big sis loves little sis in sweet new-sibling tale.
By Amy Krouse Rosenthal
(2015)
age 9+
 
Strong Prairie Evers sequel focuses on Ivy.
By Ellen Airgood
(2015)
age 8+
 
Uproarious princess adventure is clever, sarcastic, zany.
By Sarah Courtauld
(2015)
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age 9+
 
Enchanting African fable with some scares and sadness.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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Amy
age 16+
 
Devastatingly compelling docu about talent gone too soon.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 13+
 
Sweet if unexciting love story about two musicians.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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Mic
age 17+
 
Teen-centric news coverage includes a few iffy topics
URL: http://mic.com
(2015)
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age 8+
 
Fun haunted-house romp has great heroine, sweet values.
By Jessica Lawson
(2015)
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age 8+
 
Animal-journeys docu is beautiful, inspiring.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2015)
age 14+
 
Image-driven cycling-studio reality sends wrong messages.
Network: E!
(2015)
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age 9+
 
Fun puzzle game has dark, slightly gory play.
Platforms: Windows, iPhone
(2015)
age 12+
 
Historical strategy with new twist on medieval combat.
Platforms: Windows
(2015)
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age 10+
 
Arcade flight sim engaging, but poor controls can frustrate.
Platforms: Windows
(2015)
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age 18+
 
Entertaining cast, thin plot, tons of sexy dancing.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 14+
 
Good idea devolves into repetitive action, tons of violence.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 12+
 
Slow docuseries uncovers new clues to human evolution.
Network: PBS
(2015)
age 12+
 
War drama has combat scenes, heavy-handed message.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 18+
 
Racy, anonymous polling meant for colleges, not for kids.
Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, Android
(2015)
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age 17+
 
Comedy riffs on wealth gap, race but relies on stereotypes.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
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age 17+
 
Overly serious and convoluted Sean Penn action thriller.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)

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