This Broadway musical about planes being diverted to Canada on 9/11 offers poignant lessons to COVID-weary people, too.
He’s All That isn’t problem-free. But it definitely delivers some important cautionary messages about the perils of social media.
This movie’s occasional sweetness is once again undermined by its permissive assumptions about teen relationships and sex.
This light-hearted, Hallmark-esque flick features light language and sexual content, but really focuses on working through heartbreak.
This film’s focus on Eastern spirituality—especially reincarnation—will make it a nonstarter for many Christian viewers.
This threequel is cleaner than many movies and shows of its kind but still messy despite its positive messages.
Tension-filled questions make His House a remarkable, and truly haunting, ghost story—one that winds up in a strangely affirming place.
While there’s a lot to like here, there’s also plenty that might leave you feeling a little off beat.
Parents shouldn’t be fooled by a lenient rating that doesn’t provide enough warning for the sexualized story line.
The title here tells us everything we need to know about this predictable, violent, sexed-up melodrama.