Despite this film’s PG-13 rating, families may well choose to draw a line with Vin Diesel’s latest bloody actioner.
Whannel has crafted a film that plays out more as cruel reality than science fiction.
By Pixar’s own high standards, Onward is a bit of a disappointment.
For fans of this franchise, The Rise of Skywalker works: not necessarily logically, but emotionally.
This film feels anything but appropriate for families of young kids—the very audience you’d assume it’s made for.
Wendy is an imaginative and, I think, moving rumination on youth and age, dreams and grief.
This horror/comedy/fantasy mash-up tries to make light of Satan worship and spiritual hauntings.
Frozen II is not a slam-dunk, take-the-whole-fam movie for everyone.
This big-screen take on Sega’s anthropomorphized cobalt cannonballer is mostly cute and cuddly.
Strip away the language, airbrush out the blood, and you’ve got pretty much the same movie, only better.