All Reviews

csm_tv
age 8+
 
Hilarious bear bros try to fit in to tech-heavy human world.
Network: Cartoon Network
(2015)
age 14+
 
Demons lurk in drawn-out, angsty fantasy.
By Rachel A. Marks
(2015)
age 13+
 
Riveting docu about young skateboarder has strong language.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
csm_book
age 13+
 
Beautifully written tale of teen with eating disorder.
By Meg Haston
(2015)
csm_movie
age 12+
 
Action, crass/raunchy humor in alien-attack sci-fi comedy.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
age 10+
 
Callie gets into science and scrapes in strong sequel.
By Jacqueline Kelly
(2015)
csm_book
age 14+
 
Spaceship adventure fails to rise above its gimmick.
By Ernest Cline
(2015)
csm_book
age 14+
 
Adult sequel to popular Princess Diaries series delivers.
By Meg Cabot
(2015)
csm_book
age 12+
 
Strong (but long) sequel about book characters come to life.
By Jodi Picoult, Samantha Van Leer
(2015)
age 12+
 
Scout confronts Atticus on integration in rambling sequel.
By Harper Lee
(2015)
age 13+
 
Angsty, suspenseful sequel is less socially conscious.
By Catherine Linka
(2015)
age 14+
 
Tricky amnesia thriller keeps one guessing to the end.
By Scott Sigler
(2015)
age 6+
 
Six-year-old imaginations run riot in appealing sequel.
By Abby Hanlon
(2015)
age 15+
 
Pointless sequel not funny; lots of profanity, crude humor.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
age 11+
 
More slapstick humor; strongest appeal for Kevin James fans.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
csm_tv
age 14+
 
Bad guy goes undercover in satirical small-town comedy.
Network: TV Land
(2015)
csm_game
age 13+
 
Clever satire of flawed video games may not appeal to all.
Platforms: Mac, Windows
(2015)
csm_game
age 12+
 
Outrun Death in this cartoonishly violent kart racer.
Platforms: Mac, Windows
(2015)
csm_movie
age 10+
 
Predictable martial-arts tale has lots of action, flatulence
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
age 14+
 
Twists, turns, loads of drama in high school murder mystery.
By Sara Shepard
(2015)

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