What do kids ages 5 to 21 have in common? They’re likely headed back to school!

        
PG-13

I don't know if you have never seen the show “The Man From U.N.C.L.E.” but I haven't  -- and I'm positive your kids haven’t either.

        
4
Age 13+ Approved
PG-13

I’ll tell you what’s fantastic about Fantastic Four: it confirms that Generation X wasn’t slackers after all. Whatever we were as teens, we are now awesome. Thirty-five to 50-year olds rule the planet, and superheroes are a perfect example.

        
3
Age 11+ Approved
PG

In the spirit of Wile E. Coyote and Road Runner, Shaun the Sheep Movie is a quiet and rambunctious film. It’s quiet because there’s no dialogue – just mrphormrph type noises somewhat similar to how the adults speak in Peanuts TV specials.

        
4
All Ages Approved
PG

I instantly knew The Seventh Dwarf wasn’t an American film from the opening scene when Sleeping Beauty consults Tarot cards.

        
3
All Ages Approved

Ethan Hunt is no James Bond. He’s funny, he relies on his physical abilities more than a gadget, and most importantly, he’s no misogynistic womanizer. That’s clear when we meet Ilsa, an agent working for The Syndicate.

        
Movie Review
PG-13

Just Say Yes.* That's my mantra and it's led me to a lot of personal happiness and unique experiences.

        
5
Age 15+ Approved
PG-13

When I was 12 years old, you could find me where you could find all the other kids in 1982: at the arcade. Quarters were our currency and getting to the front of the line to play Q-bert, Asteroids or Frogger was always a challenge.

        
3
Age 9+ Approved