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  • FurySome war movies are graphic, some are sanitized. Do you know which applies here? We'll let you know.
  • The Book of LifeThis delightful animated movie is rated PG for "mild action, rude humor, some thematic elements and brief scary images." Find out what that means by reading our review.
  • The Best of MeThe latest Nicholas Spark novel hits the big screen. How much sex, violence and more should you expect? Read our review and find out.
  • St. VincentYou might be surprised by the sexual content in this PG-13 rated dramedy about a curmudgeon next door. See our review for details.
  • Alexander and The Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad DayIs the word "penis" actually used in this family film? Find out how and why, along with the rest of the details by reading our review.
  • Dracula UntoldThe bloodsucker is back, but has he been de-fanged by the PG-13 rating? Is the film still violent? What about the sexual content? Click here to find out.
  • The JudgeIt's a family meets courtroom drama about an estranged father and son. Why is it rated R? We'll let you know in our review.
  • Kill the MessengerIt's a true-life story about government wrongdoing and a reporter uncovering that and dealing with the consequences. If you're concerned about the R rating, make sure to read our review first.
  • Gone GirlIt's one of the best films so far of 2014, but it's rated R. Is it okay for kids? How about adults? Check out our review and we'll let you know.
  • AnnabelleLooks like somebody's having a bad day in this horror prequel to "The Conjuring." We'll give you all of the spooky details.
  • Left BehindNic Cage is searching for answers -- about what happened to his career -- in this PG-13 rated dramatic thriller. Read on for details, if you dare.
  • The Good LieThe Lost Boys of Sudan are dramatized in this suprisingly effective, feel-good flick. But what about the PG-13 rating? Read our review for the details.
  • The BoxtrollsThey're sort of cute, but are they monsters? Will the young kids be scared? Read our review to find out.
  • The EqualizerDenzel's back and taking care of action in this hard-hitting action flick. Read the review for all of the details about the sexual content, profanity, violence and more.
  • The Maze RunnerThe popular young adult novel has been turned into a movie. Is some of the material too intense for younger viewers? We'll let you know.
  • This Is Where I Leave YouThis dramedy might surprise some viewers with its sexual content and language. If you're concerned, read our review first.
  • A Walk Among the TombstonesLiam Neeson takes care of business -- and the bad guys -- once again in this hard-hitting drama. Check out the review for all of the details.
  • TuskThis horror film is likely going to repulse a lot of viewers. Read our review and find out why.
  • Dolphin Tale 2This family friendly film is rated PG for "thematic elements." What on Earth does that mean? Our review will let you know.
  • No Good DeedWoman invites man into house. Man turns out to be monster. Okay, not really a monster, but enough of one to give this film a PG-13 rating. Check out the review for the details.
  • The DropIt's a good old-fashioned crime drama that definitely earns its R rating. Read our review for details on the violence, profanity and more.
  • Guardians of the GalaxyIt's yet another superhero movie from Marvel. Should you expect the same sort of material or maybe something different in this PG-13 rated film? Read our review and find out.
  • Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesThe turtles return to the big screen and bring more violence with them this time around. Is it too much for younger viewers? What about the other content?
  • The November ManPierce Brosnan returns to the spy genre in this very R-rated flick. Take a look at our review for all of the details.
  • As Above/So BelowDon't touch that! Oh well, she's about to unleash the "bloody violence/terror" that helps this flick earn its R rating. Find out about that and more with our review.
  • Life of CrimeIt's the latest adaptation of an Elmore Leonard novel, and this one arrives with an R rating. If you're concerned, check out our review first.
  • If I StayIt's yet another movie based on a young adult novel. Is it okay for younger teens? Read our review and we'll let you know.
  • The Expendables 3The aged gang is all back, but this time the action comes in the shape of a PG-13 rating rather than the previous films' and their R ratings. Does that mean the violence is okay this time around? Check out our review for the details.
  • The GiverIt's based on a popular novel for kids, but should you be concerned about the PG-13 rating (especially with some scenes of violence and related thematic material)?

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