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PG Rated Movies

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  • Review: PBS' 'American Experience: JFK' is the Kennedy special to see

     Review: PBS' 'American Experience: JFK' is the Kennedy special to see
    During the next two weeks, the networks will be chockablock with tributes marking the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination. If you watch only one, let it be "American Experience: JFK," which premieres Monday. In two two-hour segments on...
  • Tasty second helping, not same old leftovers ★★★

    Tasty second helping, not same old leftovers ★★&#9733
    Thanks to the likes of "Ice Age," most animated features rely on a general wash of sarcasm-based meanness atop sequences of hammering, photo-realistically rendered peril. Throw in a rote message of friendship and a reminder of the importance of family...
  • Review: 'The Lego Movie' is a tall stack of subversive fun

    "The Lego Movie" is a massive collision of subversive humor, hyper-kinetic energy, mind-jangling design, spinning colors and about 15 million Legos, no exaggeration. It is very tempting to use the movie's pounding pop anthem — "Everything Is...
  • Why 'The Lego Movie' is Looking at a Block-Busting Weekend for Adults and Kids

    Warner Bros. and Lego look to be constructing a blockbuster brick by brick as the toy brand's first full-length feature film is building huge buzz before an opening weekend predicted to hit more than $40 million at the domestic box office. Though films...
  • Review: 'I'm in Love With a Church Girl' preaches to the choir

     Review: 'I'm in Love With a Church Girl' preaches to the choir
    Make no mistake: "I'm in Love With a Church Girl" is no wholesome romance with benign faith-based themes. It is wholesome — more so than it wants to be, what with its sterile attempt at portraying a gangsta lifestyle — but it's aggressively...
  • Review: 'Free Birds' lays an egg

    "Free Birds" is an odd duck. The animated feature has a nifty premise: time-traveling turkeys, for starters. They're critters on a mission, as one would assume, their goal nothing less than rewriting American culinary history — and the fate of their...
  • Movie review: 'Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs 2' cooks up crazy fun

    I have no idea what effect foodimals will have on the ecosystem, and I do worry. But the 3-D animated movie mash-up that creates such exotic species as taco-diles, shrim-panzees, banan-ostriches and, my favorite, fla-mangoes makes for some pretty...
  • Vanessa Hudgens' latest serious drama headed to theaters in 2014

    Vanessa Hudgens' latest serious drama headed to theaters in 2014
    Of all the onetime Disney stars, Vanessa Hudgens has always seemed particularly eager to shed her squeaky-clean image. While Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez were still trying to appease their tween fanbases, Hudgens was dealing with blowback from an...
  • Review: The mariachi-flavored 'Pulling Strings' a fun little number

    Review: The mariachi-flavored 'Pulling Strings' a fun little number
    Hot on the heels of the surprise success of "Instructions Not Included," which quickly became the all-time highest-grossing Spanish language film in the U.S., comes another movie aimed at the same audience. "Pulling Strings," also being released by...
  • Horror film producer turns to Christian drama in 'Grace Unplugged'

    Horror film producer turns to Christian drama in 'Grace Unplugged'
    The last three movies produced by Mark Burg — a sequel to "Saw," the remake "Texas Chainsaw 3D" and a violent revenge tale called "The Tortured" — were all rated R for "grisly" and "sadistic" violence and were hardly pleasant experiences for...
  • Review: 'Ernest & Celestine' a magical bonbon with painterly touch

    "Ernest & Celestine," the charming French-Belgium animated film and Oscar contender, is about a bear and a mouse whose artistic tendencies are forever getting them into trouble. Marked as outsiders by their respective societies, an unlikely friendship...