Have they seen the first movie? Have they read the books? Join our discussion on when it's OK to show your kids the latest Hunger Games film.
You have kids. They love superhero films. Will they be able to check out Thor: The Dark World?
We go over the Green Lights and Red Flags.
Looking for a classic horror comedy that's appropriate for your older kids? Meet the Monster Squad.
We sort out what the right age range is to take your kids to see The Wolverine.
"Is it Transformers?" "Is it Godzilla?" "Is it Transformers versus Godzilla?" Let's figure out when you can watch Pacific Rim with your kids.
For the most part, Pixar movies have been given the green light when it comes to watching them with kids, because, well, it's Pixar. But if you have little ones who are afraid of monsters hiding in their closets, we break down when the appropriate age is to watch Pixar's latest sequel.
I’m banking on the fact that your kids might be pushing to see After Earth in theaters. And now that I’ve seen it, I honestly think that you should. The whole family should go
Epic, for whatever reason, is getting overlooked in the crowded marketplace this weekend. So let's shine a light on this animated feature, shrink ourselves to the size of a Leafman and figure out when you can watch Epic with your kids.
Iron Man 3 is at time darker, more violent and mature than the previous films. So when can you take your kids to see Marvel's latest film? Here's a peek at what to look out for.
A movie about a theme park filled with dinosaurs might have you wondering when you can watch Jurassic Park with your kids. Fandango dad Sean O'Connell offers some advice.
Bully, a ripped-from-the-headlines documentary that recently made its own headlines when The Weinstein Company challenged the MPAA over the film’s R rating, which would’ve made it harder for theater chains to screen the film for the teenagers who might benefit from Bully’s many messages. Now that the dust has settled, when can you watch this movie with your kids?
"Welcome to the party, pal."
"I am serious... and don't call me Shirley."
"When am I gonna learn how to punch?"
"These go to eleven."
"Benjamin, have you ever been severely beaten about the face & neck?"
"Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming."
"You're gonna need a bigger boat."
"Jessica's got cable."
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