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  • TranscendenceIt's the big sci-fi film of the week. Check out our review for all of the details regarding the PG-13 content.
  • Heaven is For RealThe popular book arrives in theaters with a PG rating. Read our review to find out what's in it.
  • BearsIt's rated G, but there are some intense scenes and moments of peril, so if you have little kids wanting to see it, you'll want to read our review first.
  • Rio 2The gang's all back in this G-rated sequel. Is there anything to be concerned about? Our review will tell you.
  • Draft DayAre you ready for some football? And some sexually related material, profanity and more? Read the review for the details.
  • OculusMirror, mirror, on the wall, is this the scariest movie of them all? Our review will give you all of the spooky details in this R-rated horror flick.
  • Captain America: The Winter SoldierThe "summer" movie season arrives early this year with this highly satisfying superhero flick, but it could be intense for younger viewers. Check out our review for all of the content details.
  • NoahThe Biblical tale gets the big screen treatment, but is this PG-13 film too violent or scary for younger kids?
  • SabotageArnie hits the big screen again in an incredibly violent film. Read out review to find about that and the rest of the content.
  • Cesar ChavezThis biopic about the social activist arrives with a PG-13 rating. If you're concerned, read our review before seeing it.
  • DivergentThe popular novel makes its way to the big screen with a PG-13 rating. Read our review to find out what's in it.
  • Muppets Most WantedKermit and company return in this comedy-musical. Concerned about the PG rating? Check out our review for the details.
  • Bad WordsYes, there are bad words in this film, but there's also sexual content and more. Our review will give you the details you need.
  • Need for SpeedIt's obviously going to feature fast cars and racing, but what else is in this film that earns the PG-13 rating?
  • The Grand Budapest HotelDirector Wes Anderson delivers another quirky comedy, but one that's definitely R-rated. Read our review for the details.
  • Mr Peabody & ShermanIt's an animated film about a talking dog and his boy, so what sort of content could be in this? Read our review to find out the details behind the PG rating.
  • 300 Rise of an EmpireIt's the sequel to the 2007 surprise hit, but how does it compare to the original in terms of violence, sex and more? Check out our review for the answers.
  • Non-StopLiam Neeson is back in butt-kicking form in this action pic set on a plane. Is the violence too much for the PG-13 rating. Our review will let you know.
  • Son of GodYou're probably wondering if the Crucifixion is as graphic as that in "The Passion of the Christ." Read our review for the details on that and more.
  • The LEGO MovieIt's surprisingly good, but there is a fair amount of action violence and other PG-rated material. If you have young kids, you'll probably want to read our review.
  • 3 Days to KillKevin Costner goes Liam Neeson, sort of, in this somewhat goofy action flick. Find out if the violence (and more) pushes the PG-13 rating.
  • RobocopRobocop gets a makeover, but this time the new version is rated PG-13 rather than R. Should you still be concerned?
  • About Last NightThe old Rob Lowe/Demi Moore romantic dramedy gets a contemporary remake in this very R-rated film.
  • The Monuments MenGeorge Clooney leads an all-star cast in this WWII flick that's been rated PG-13. Check out our review if you want to know the reasons for that rating.
  • Ride AlongIce Cube and Kevin Hart do the mismatched "buddy cop" duo thing in this PG-13 comedy. Read our review to find out what sort of content is in it.
  • FrozenIt's Disney's best animated musical in years. Check out the review if you're concerned about the content in this PG-rated film.
  • The Nut JobIt's a talking animals movie aimed at kids, but it is rated PG, so should you be concerned for younger viewers? Find out here.
  • American HustleIt's one of the best films of 2013, but it's also very R-rated. Check out our review for all of the details.
  • The Wolf of Wall StreetIt's the latest from Martin Scorsese and it may just set a record for a certain category we note. Check out our review to find out what that is.
  • PhilomenaJudi Dench delivers yet another Oscar worthy performance in this true-life tale that had its rating changed from R to PG-13 without any edits. Check out our review for the details.
  • Dallas Buyers ClubIt contains not one, but two Oscar nomination worthy performances, but it's also filled with lots of R-rated material. If you're concerned, read the review for the details.
  • 12 Years a SlaveIt's one of the best films of the year, but it's also unflinching and quite brutal at times. You'll definitely want to read our review if you're squeamish or are concerned about nudity, sexual content and more.

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