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Parent movie reviews for movies released March 28, 2014

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) Family Review of Noah

Noah ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG-13

‘Noah’ is not necessarily the anti-religion movie that some critics have made it out to be during the controversial lead-up to the film’s release. It’s more existential than that, but it’s also perhaps too ambitious—and meandering—for its own good......Read More







2) Family Review of Cesar Chavez

CesarChavez ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG-13

‘Cesar Chavez’ feels like a wasted opportunity. With too little context on the civil rights activist’s early life and too streamlined of an overall narrative, the film fails to really build up momentum throughout, spending too much time in a ho-hum middle ground.....Read More






3) Family Review of Ernest & Celestine

ErnestAndCelestine ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG

‘Ernest & Celestine’ is one of those rare children’s movies that is, quite honestly, flawless. A lovely tale about an unlikely friendship between a bear and a mouse that doesn’t have to incorporate modern-day slang, or romantic subplots, or garish visual effects to get its point across, it’s the best family movie for young children so far this year......Read More






4) Family Review of The Single Moms Club

TheSingleMomsClub ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG-13

Tyler Perry is at it again with ‘The Single Moms Club,’ about a group of women of varying races and classes who come together in friendship. Too bad Perry doesn’t seem to actually know anything about how women interact with each other—this movie is defined by its lack of nuance.....Read More

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