This rollicking, heroic sequel teaches kids that even if they feel small and underpowered, they can still bravely help those …
The Blind traces Duck Dynasty patriarch Phil Robertson’s descent into alcoholism and his road back to his wife … and …
Samuel L. Jackson and Uma Thurman star in this R-rated crime thriller about a hitman, money laundering and … art.
Whatever moral posturing the film makes, Saw X glories in revulsion. It exalts in human meat.
The Creator suggests AI may surpass humankind in its humanity. And that’s a problem for several reasons.
We probably wouldn’t call this tale “wonderful,” but it’s still pretty good.
Boy, does this movie have problems. But it’s surprisingly sweet, and weirdly hopeful, too.
Surprised by Oxford certainly surprised us with its deep Christian messages—but also with some of its content issues.
What Rhymes With Reason tackles the ticklish issue of mental illness in an unusual context: an adventure dramedy.
Good lessons about kindness, honesty, & a distinct lack of other problematic content makes Spy Kids: Armageddon a film for …