Our parent movie reviews let you know which new releases to take your kids to and which ones you may want to hold off on.
1) Review of A Place at the Table
One of the first great documentaries of the year, ‘A Place at the Table’ is a fairly frightening, thought-provoking look at the cycle of obesity and food inequity in the United States. Directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush tackle questions about the price of food, the sickness of our children, and how we can fix it… Read More
2) Review of Jack the Giant Slayer
‘Jack the Giant Slayer’ has certainly taken a long time getting to theaters, but it’s a fun, adventurous thing, smartly choosing to stick close to its fairytale roots. There are battle scenes, impressively huge giants, and a fairly straightforward script, but director Bryan Singer put it all together in an invigorating way… Read More
3) Review of The Last Exorcism Part II
What’s the purpose of ‘The Last Exorcism Part II”? I mean, honestly. The movie languishes in nothing for more than an hour, only barraging viewers with actual stuff in its very final act. And even that stuff is frustratingly typical, and nowhere near the cost of admission.… Read More