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The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance TV Poster Image
age 10+
Prequel saga is tense, violent, and a visual masterpiece.
Network: Netflix
(2019)
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Ne Zha Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Lots of fantasy violence in animation based on Chinese myth.
In Theaters Now
(Release Year: 2019)
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The Kid Who Would Be King Movie Poster Image
age 10+
"Goonies" meets "LOTR" in fun but sometimes scary adventure.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2019)
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Chef Flynn Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Some salty talk in easygoing docu about talented young chef.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2018)
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A Wrinkle in Time Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Inclusive but imperfect take on classic story of hope, love.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2018)
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A Series of Unfortunate Events TV Poster Image
age 10+
Exceptional, spooky book adaptation is best for tweens.
Network: Netflix
(2017)
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The Kids Menu Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Engaging, smart docu includes kids in food decision-making.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2016)
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Paper Planes Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Thoughtful, inspired look at grief soars.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2015)
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MasterChef Junior TV Poster Image
age 10+
Kids cook and compete in this whole-family treat.
Network: Fox
(2013)
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The Illusionist Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Touching, beautiful drama about the magic of friendship.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2010)
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Pressure Cooker Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Inspiring cooking-themed docu is great for teens.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2010)
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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Movie Poster Image
age 10+
Fantastic, but kids are older, themes are darker.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2004)
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