Movie Reviews

Max Steel: Go, Turbo! Movie Poster Image
age 9+
Toy and TV show tie-in has more sci-fi violence than plot.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2015)
Time Kid Movie Poster Image
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age 7+
Action-packed time-traveling adventure with some fighting.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2008)
D.A.R.Y.L. Movie Poster Image
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age 11+
'80s robot-becomes-human story falls flat.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1985)
The Matrix Revolutions Movie Poster Image
age 15+
Trilogy finale has same heavy violence, weaker script.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 2003)
Akira Movie Poster Image
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age 16+
Extremely violent classic introduced anime to Westerners.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1988)
The Matrix Movie Poster Image
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age 15+
Intense, but many teens will be able to handle it.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1999)
WarGames Movie Poster Image
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age 11+
Suspenseful Cold War tale with teen gamer in control.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1983)
Forever Young Movie Poster Image
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age 10+
Sci-fi weepy romance about modern Rip Van Winkle.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1992)
Journey to the Center of the Earth (1989) Movie Poster Image
age 10+
Awful effects, bad acting, and ridiculous plot.
On DVD/Streaming
(Release Year: 1989)