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  • 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.
  • Sin City:  A Dame to Kill ForThis sequel features a lot of stylized violence, nudity, sex and more. You'll definitely want to read our review before anyone in your home sees this one.
  • When the Game Stands TallIt's a PG-rated football drama. How bad could the content be? Well, there's a murder...
  • 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)?
  • Let's Be CopsThey're laughing, but you might not be regarding this film and it's decidedly R-rated content. Read our review for the details.
  • Into the StormJust how scary are the tornado scenes in this disaster flick? Check out our review and we'll let you know.
  • Step Up: All InThe dancing continues in this umpteenth sequel, once again without any Tatum. Read our review if you're worried about the suggestive material or anything else.
  • The Hundred-Foot JourneyIt's a food-based romantic comedy with a PG rating. Should you be concerned? You'll want to check our review to find out.
  • Get On UpIt's rated PG-13 for "sexual content, drug use, some strong language, and violent situations." Check out our review for those details and more.
  • LucyIt has some great commercials, but how violent is this action pic? What about the other content?
  • HerculesThe Rock stars in this latest swords and sandals action pic that features plenty of violence. Does that push the PG-13 rating? Read our review to find out.
  • And So It GoesThis latest dramedy is aimed at moviegoers aged 50 and above, but it still contains some risque material. Check out our review if you're concerned.
  • Sex TapeYou can probably guess by the title that this is an R-rated comedy, but can you guess what sort of sexual content, nudity and more is in the film?
  • Planes: Fire & RescueYounger kids might want to see this sequel, but do you need to be concerned about the PG rating?
  • The Purge: AnarchyThe killing continues in this sequel that easily earns its R rating. Read our review to see the details about that and more.
  • Dawn of the Planet of the ApesThe apes are back and so is the violence in this PG-13 rated action flick. If you're concerned about that, the profanity and more, make sure to check out our review.
  • Transformers Age of ExtinctionThe robots are back and bigger than ever, as is the sci-fi violence and lingering shots of shapely young women. See all of those details and more in our review.

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