All Reviews

age 3+
 
Sweet playdate story promotes friendship and free play.
By Jacky Davis
(2015)
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age 14+
 
Touching tale of girl with OCD finding love through poetry.
By Tamara Ireland Stone
(2015)
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age 13+
 
Earnest, slow drama shows teens dealing with mature themes.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
age 6+
 
Young chefs match wits in family-friendly cooking contest.
Network: Food Network
(2015)
age 6+
 
LEARNING
Cheerful resource serves up valuable health lessons.
Devices: iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad
(2015)
age 8+
 
Action-packed tale provides laughs while selling products.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
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age 13+
 
Teen-friendly romcom has potential but tries too hard.
On DVD/Streaming
(2015)
csm_book
age 14+
 
Thought-provoking, inventive teen romance with a twist.
By David Levithan
(2015)
age 3+
 
Sweet, not scary story of friendship and imagination.
By Mac Barnett
(2015)
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age 8+
 
Sweet, poignant tale of loss, friendship, following dreams.
By Alison McGhee
(2015)
age 3+
 
Crayons send postcards, beg to return in hilarious sequel.
By Drew Daywalt
(2015)
age 13+
 
Weak, boring docudrama lacks heart; nostalgia lovers only.
Network: Lifetime
(2015)
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age 18+
 
Extremely violent, bloody drug comedy believes in true love.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 16+
 
Feisty, sometimes funny, intense coming-of-age tale.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 17+
 
Older teens only for this hilarious media-savvy comedy.
Network: Starz
(2015)
age 7+
 
CGI update has mayhem, laughs, and some edginess.
Network: Nickelodeon
(2015)
csm_movie
age 16+
 
Video game-based movie is extremely bloody, uninteresting.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
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age 17+
 
Creepy, disturbing horror film involves young characters.
In Theaters Now
(2015)
age 10+
 
LEARNING
Pocket sized bots pack a powerful, and personal, punch.
Platforms: Nintendo 3DS
(2015)
age 16+
 
Screwball comedy about prostitute aims for farce but misses.
In Theaters Now
(2015)

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