All Reviews

age 12+
90s crime drama is tame by today's standards.
Network: ION
(2005)
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age 15+
Clever, quirky cartoon series for teens.
URL: http://www.homestarrunner.com/
(2005)
age 8+
Gorgeous holiday treasure for school-age kids.
By Dylan Thomas
(2005)
age 5+
Mute boy's Christmas play becomes strangely real.
By Rebecca Caudill
(2005)
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age 15+
Gripping but graphic: Real crimes solved here.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2005)
age 7+
Sad "tails" and happy endings; OK for most kids.
Network: Animal Planet
(2005)
age 6+
Cheery classic has positive, kid-friendly lessons.
Network: TV Land
(2005)
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age 7+
What goes into building a skateboard? Find out.
Network: Discovery Channel
(2005)
age 13+
Thrilling, beautiful game is over quickly.
Platforms: Windows, PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube, Xbox
(2005)
age 4+
Parents of preschoolers should dance right on by.
Platforms: Windows
(2005)
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age 17+
Guys' inner thoughts on love are for adults only.
Network: BBC America
(2005)
age 8+
Classic Narnia tale has exciting battles, Christian themes.
By C.S. Lewis
(1950)
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age 14+
Gritty boxing saga not for the faint of heart.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 14+
Lame update to the popular 1980s TV series.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 10+
Mario stages hilarious parody of extreme soccer.
Platforms: Nintendo GameCube
(2005)
age 6+
Busy beavers help first-graders learn.
Platforms: Windows, Mac
(2005)
age 7+
Weird plot propelled by wacky Proud TV family.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
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age 9+
The Bratz dolls have their own TV show. Beware.
Network: Fox
(2005)
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age 12+
Campy but often violent comic book movie.
On DVD/Streaming
(2005)
age 13+
Slick pop CD with nothing much to it.
By Lindsay Lohan
(2005)

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