All Reviews

age 10+
LEARNING
Sci-fi strategy prequel has frequent but mild violence.
Platforms: Windows
(2016)
age 8+
Fantasy with Norse gods lacks clarity.
By Jasmine Richards
(2015)
age 8+
Trivia, puzzles, and books galore in zany library sequel.
By Chris Grabenstein
(2016)
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age 14+
Mature themes explored in angsty end-of-the-world story.
By Shaun David Hutchinson
(2016)
age 13+
Unoriginal, unnecessary action based on canceled TV show.
Platforms: PlayStation 4, Windows, Xbox One
(2016)
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age 18+
Disturbing docuseries exposes the Web's darkest secrets.
Network: Showtime
(2016)
age 7+
Lively tale of store that aided civil rights struggle.
By Vaunda Micheaux Nelson
(2015)
age 9+
Frank, poetic picture book bio has dazzling art.
By Carole Boston Weatherford
(2015)
age 12+
Soul-gripping story of teen's grief and hope.
By Jason Reynolds
(2015)
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age 4+
Fun, upbeat story of a boy, a trombone, and jazz.
By Troy Andrews
(2015)
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age 5+
Curious space explorers study human ways in charming series.
Network: Sprout
(2016)
age 5+
Simba's son monitors circle of life in meaningful series.
Network: Disney Channel
(2016)
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age 14+
Teen adventure on deserted isle is engaging, yet mysterious.
Platforms: Mac, Windows, Xbox One
(2016)
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age 6+
Conservation-themed animal tale has lots of potty humor.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
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age 14+
Formulaic sequel has violence, some funny moments.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
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age 17+
Graphic violence, lots of drugs in so-so black comedy.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
age 16+
Explosive take on politically charged topic is very violent.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
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age 16+
Edgy drama follows aid workers in Balkan war zone.
In Theaters Now
(2016)
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age 14+
Teen-in-rehab drama has realistic plot, great characters.
Network: Freeform
(2016)
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age 14+
Deadpan comedy about an earnest clown in a bleak world.
Network: FX
(2016)

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