Check out this week’s parent movie reviews for “The Peanuts Movie,” “Spectre,” and “Suffragette.” Find out which movies to take your kids to and which are best for the adults in the house.

1) Family Review of The Peanuts Movie

ThePeanutsMovie ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: G

The classic ‘Peanuts’ characters come to life again with ‘The Peanuts Movie,’ which does its best to live up to Charles M. Schulz’s original works. It’s cute, if too willing to spell out its self-esteem themes for young viewers...........……Read More





2) Family Review of Spectre

Spectre ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG-13

‘Spectre’ is the most throwback of the latest James Bond films, and that eye toward the past is a weakness. Despite its strong action sequences, the film never seems to find the right groove...........……Read More  







3) Family Review of Suffragette

Suffragette ChesapeakeFamilyMovieReviewRating: PG-13

The fight for women’s right to vote is fictionalized in ‘Suffragette,’ which looks at the lengths British women went to for their voices to be heard. The film features solid, empathetic performances, but feels quite paint-by-numbers in its narrative...........……Read More 


Interested in another previously released film? Read our reviews of films already showing in your local theater.