- Pete's Dragon
Is "Pete's Dragon" appropriate to watch with the kids? Find out the necessary details on violence, nudity and more.
- Ice Age: Collision Course
Is "Ice Age: Collision Course" appropriate to watch with the kids? Find out the necessary details on violence, nudity and more.
- Super 8
After witnessing a mysterious train crash, a group of teenage friends in the summer of 1979 begin noticing strange things happening in their small Ohio town. When stern military guys show up and start asking questions, it’s clear there’s so
- The Adventures of Tintin
When investigative reporter Tintin buys a model ship at an outdoor market, it sparks a journey that includes an ocean ride on a cargo ship, a plane crash in North Africa, and a sunken treasure at the bottom of the sea.
- The Amazing Spider-Man
When Peter Parker finds a clue about his parents’ disappearance when he was a kid, it puts him on a collision course with Dr. Curt Connors, his father’s former partner.
- The Avengers
When the earth is threatened by demigod Loki and his thugs, S.H.I.E.L.D. director Nick Fury and his dysfunctional team of Avengers assemble to save the world from disaster.
- The Bourne Legacy
This fourth movie in the Bourne franchise stars Jeremy Renner as Aaron Cross, a superhuman government agent who goes rogue as he finds himself in a life-and-death situation that links back to the events of the previous three films.
- The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian
The Pevensie children return to Narnia, where they must help young Prince Caspian take his rightful place as the leader of Narnia.
This modern-day fairy tale tells the story of Penelope, a young heiress who’s born with the nose of a pig. The family curse, cast by a wicked witch generations ago, can only be broken if she finds true love with “one who will love her faithfully.
- The Dark Knight
Directed by Christopher Nolan, the story centers on a reign of chaos taking place in Gotham City. Batman, a.k.a. billionaire Bruce Wayne (Christian Bale), has been strangely quiet, as The Joker (Heath Ledger) and his thugs run rampant over the city.
- The Dark Knight Rises
It’s been eight years since Batman took the rap for Harvey Dent’s crimes. But now the Dark Knight feels compelled to intervene when a mask-wearing madman known as Bane decides to destroy the city of Gotham.
- The Forbidden Kingdom
Do your little ones enjoy kung-fu fighting? This movie's all about martial arts action and adventure (for kids!).
- The Golden Compass
Equal parts philosophical and fanciful, this film is full of talking points on everything from faith to other worlds. Nicole Kidman and Daniel Craig's presence doesn't hurt, either.
- The Help
Set in Mississippi during the 1960s, Skeeter Phelan (Emma Stone) is a southern society girl who returns from college determined to become a writer. When she decides to interview the black women who’ve spent their lives taking care of prominent white
- The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
Based on the book by J.R.R. Tolkien, this movie finds a curious Hobbit named Bilbo Baggins journeying to the Lonely Mountain with a raucous group of Dwarves to reclaim their homeland and a lost treasure stolen from them by the dragon Smaug.
- The Incredible Hulk
General Thunderbolt Ross and his military machine hope to turn The Hulk into a weapon of mass destruction.
- Step Up Revolution
When Emily arrives in Miami with dreams of becoming a professional dancer, she sparks with Sean, the leader of a dance crew and flash mob whose neighborhood is threatened by Emily's father's development plans.
- Speed Racer
With his family’s racecar-building business in jeopardy, Speed decides to bring honor back to the sport of racing, while also avenging his brother’s tragic death.
- People Like Us
Chris Pine plays a salesman on top of the world – except for that crushing debt load and a little run-in with the FTC. Things are looking up when he learns about the sister and nephew he never knew he had.
- Pink Panther 2
In the mood for a funny, slap-stick comedy? Families who loved the first Pink Panther film will enjoy the encore.
- Pitch Perfect
This musical delight stars Anna Kendrick as Beca, a freshman at Barden University who’s cajoled into joining The Bellas, an all-girl a cappella singing group. But personalities clash when she tries to inject some much-needed energy into the group.
- Planet 51
When a U.S. astronaut crash lands on a planet inhabited by friendly aliens, the aliens military force assumes he has sinister intentions.
- Puss in Boots
That suave feline from the popular Shrek franchise gets a backstory in this new tale. Antonio Banderas voices the swashbuckling Puss in Boots, as we learn of his humble origins and checkered history with the vengeful Humpty Dumpty.
- Race to Witch Mountain
This kid-friendly, sci-fi tale centers on the mission of two alien kids, who get help in their cause from an ex-con cab driver and a UFO expert.
- Red Tails
It’s the 1940s, and a crew of African American pilots are in the Tuskegee training program during WWII. They’re kept segregated and mostly on the ground, but show their bravery and valor when called upon to fight the Germans.
- Rock of Ages
A small-town girl (Julianne Hough) and a city boy (Diego Boneta) meet on the Sunset Strip while pursuing their Hollywood dreams. But things get complicated when they cross paths with aging rocker Stacee Jaxx (Tom Cruise).
- Shrek Forever After
The fourth (and final?) Shrek film finds the big green ogre bored with his daily routine. Will Rumpelstiltskin shake things up?
- Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2
The girls are back, and the magical pair of jeans is still part of their lives. They’ve graduated from high school, gone through their first year of college, and are figuring out their summer plans.
Daniel Craig returns as James Bond and finds his loyalty to M (Judi Dench) tested when her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack from an ex-agent, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.
- Snow White and the Huntsman
This new version of the classic fairy tale finds Kristen Stewart playing the beautiful princess and Chris Hemsworth as the handsome huntsman.
- Space Chimps
The fun-loving chimp, Ham III, is sent into space as a publicity stunt, yet soon he finds himself in real trouble.
Whitney Houston’s final movie centers on three sisters who form a girl group in the 1960s and become local sensations. But fame, ego, emotional baggage, and romantic entanglements become a challenge as the close-knit family starts to fall apart.
- The Longshots
This film documents the true (and funny) story of the first female's acceptance into the Pop Warner football tournament.
- The Spy Next Door
A CIA spy romances the woman next door. Now if he could just get her kids to like him.
- War Horse
Albert Narracott is a hard-working teenager in pre-WWI England who becomes enamored with a young colt he names Joey. He trains the horse for farm work, but is heartbroken when his cash-strapped dad sells Joey to an English soldier.
- We Bought a Zoo
When newspaper reporter Benjamin Mee loses his wife to cancer, he decides to quit his job, buy a zoo in the country, and move his two kids there. Soon their extended family includes lions, tigers, and bears (oh my!), as well as an eclectic staff.
- Where the Wild Things Are
The popular children's book comes to life on the big screen, following Max's adventures with the Wild Things.
- Wreck-It Ralph
When a video game villain named Wreck-It Ralph (voiced by John C. Reilly) decides he doesn’t want to be the bad guy anymore, his quest to fulfill his dreams brings havoc to the whole arcade where he lives.
When a zookeeper (Kevin James) is dumped by his girlfriend (Leslie Bibb), he decides to quit his beloved job and work at a car dealership in order to woo her back. All of this prompts the zoo animals to break their code of silence in order
- Star Trek Into Darkness
The crew of the Enterprise must fight an evil force from within Starfleet. With a personal score to settle, Capt. Kirk leads a manhunt to a war-zone world to capture a one-man weapon of mass destruction.
- The Mortal Instruments: City of Bones
When her mother disappears, Clary Fray learns her true heritage: She’s descended from a long line of warriors who protect our world from demons. She joins forces with others like her and heads into a dangerous alternate New York City.
Dane Cook is the voice of Dusty, a cropdusting plane who dreams of competing in a famous aerial race. But he’s hopelessly afraid of heights. With the help of the legendary Skipper and his friends, Dusty is determined to make his dreams come true.
- Lee Daniels' The Butler
As Cecil Gaines (Forest Whitaker) serves eight presidents during his tenure as a butler at the White House, the civil rights movement, Vietnam, and other major events affect his life, his family, and American culture.
- The Wolverine
Summoned to Japan by an old acquaintance, Wolverine (Hugh Jackman) becomes embroiled in a conflict that forces him to confront his own demons.
Ryan Reynolds voices an everyday garden snail who, thanks to a freak accident, just might be able to achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500.
- Super Buddies
An ordinary day at Fernfield Farms turns extraordinary when Budderball, Mudbud, B-Dawg, Buddha and Rosebud discover mysterious rings that grant them each a unique super power.
In this prequel to Despicable Me, Minions Stuart, Kevin and Bob are recruited by Scarlet Overkill, a super-villain who hatches a plot to take over the world.
Does WALL•E, a little trash-compacting robot, have what it takes to save the Earth?
UP offers excitement, humor, romance and adventure that will appeal to adults without leaving kids in the dust.
- Tooth Fairy
A mean minor-league hockey player (Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) is best known for knocking the teeth out of his opponents (thus the nickname) and crushing kids’ dreams. Imagine his surprise when he’s sentenced to serve two weeks as a real tooth fairy.
- The Muppets
When Muppet fans Gary, Mary and Walter learn that Tex Richman is planning to drill for oil under the vintage Muppet Theater, they decide to take action. They track down Kermit, Miss Piggy and the rest of the gang and convince them to put on a show.
- The Odd Life of Timothy Green
Jennifer Garner and Joel Edgerton play a childless couple who bury a box in their garden containing all of their wishes for a child. Soon, a boy mysteriously appears in their house, dirty and with leaves attached to his legs.
- The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Based on the novel by Stephen Chbosky, this movie stars Logan Lerman as an introverted teenager who’s coping with the suicide of his best friend and his own mental illness while struggling to find a group of people with whom he belongs.
- The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie
Only in VeggieTales can you find Rock Monsters, evil Cheese Curls, and a bunch of couch potatoes who need to step up and be brave.
- The Princess and the Frog
Set in New Orleans during the jazz age, this animated fairy tale centers on a young girl named Tiana and her fateful kiss with a frog prince who desperately wants to be human again.
- The Smurfs
Those tiny blue Smurfs are back in their very own feature film, and true to the 1980s cartoon, they’re still being chased by Gargamel and his cat Azrael. But when they tumble from their magical world smack dab into New York City, they have
- The Spiderwick Chronicles
Upon moving into the run-down Spiderwick Estate with their mother, twin brothers Jared and Simon Grace, along with their sister Mallory, find themselves pulled into an alternate world.
- The Three Musketeers
Alexandre Dumas’ classic tale gets a remake with Logan Lerman playing D’Artagnan, the hot-headed young man who pairs up with three once legendary Musketeers.
- The Three Stooges
This big screen adaptation of the classic TV series finds Moe, Larry and Curly trying to save their childhood orphanage. In the process, they stumble into a murder plot and wind up on a reality TV show.
- The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 2
The Twilight Saga comes to a close with this movie, which picks up after the birth of Renesmee, the half-human half-vampire offspring of Bella and Edward Cullen. But the little one sparks a threat from the evil Volturi.
- The Water Horse
With a nod to the Loch Ness Monster, this movie tells the story of a young boy who finds a mysterious egg on the shores of a Scottish loch during World War II.
- The Words
What happens when one man steals another man’s work? Rory Jansen (Bradley Cooper) finds out when he stumbles across an ancient manuscript and claims it as his own, becoming a publishing sensation and the pride of his family.
- Tinker Bell DVD
This sweet story all about Tink boasts the message of staying true to yourself.
- The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor
In this third installment of the Mummy franchise Rick O’Connell (Brendan Fraser) and archaeologist wife Evelyn end up in China, trying to stop a mystical crystal from awakening an ancient terra cotta army and its ruthless leader, the Dragon Emperor.
This dark film will intrigue parents and young viewers 13 and older, but it's not suitable for young kids.
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid
Kids 8 to 11 (who've read the Wimpy Kid books) will adore this hilarious glimpse at middle-schooler Greg Heffley's daily life.
- Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days
This third movie in the Wimpy Kid franchise finds dorky Greg Heffley pretending to have a job at the local country club to avoid being an intern at his dad’s office. Things don’t quite go as planned.
- Disney's A Christmas Carol
The classic tale by Charles Dickens gets new life as a CG-animated film starring Jim Carrey as Scrooge and all three ghosts.
- Dolphin Tale
Young Sawyer Nelson is having a not-so-great summer, thanks to summer school and his loner status. But things take an interesting turn when he finds a dolphin washed ashore on the Florida coastline and untangles the mammal from a crab trap.
- Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who
One day, Horton hears a cry for help coming from a speck of dust. That speck is actually home to the city of Whoville, and Horton agrees to protect the tiny Whos, but his jungle pals aren’t so willing to believe in something they can't see.
Viewers have plenty to laugh about as the innocent Giselle navigates the unfamiliar streets of the Big Apple and learns to take a more sensible approach to falling in love.
The 1980s film gets a modern update, but the premise is still the same: kids with big dreams singing and dancing their way into the lunchrooms, stages and rehearsal halls.
- Finding Nemo 3D
Think you know the story of Finding Nemo? The 3D version of this beloved film brings it alive in a brand new way, taking us on that familiar journey with nervous clownfish Marlin to save his son Nemo from an Australian dentist’s fish tank.
- Fly Me to the Moon
It’s the 1960’s and three young flies – Nat, I.Q., and Scooter – lead dismal lives compared to the other flies their age. After seeing some cool NASA news, they decide to spice up their lives by tagging on Apollo 11.
While the new Footloose in no way replaces the original 1984 movie, it’s still entertaining and features catchy music, fun dance moves, and some new faces on the big screen.
Victor Frankenstein is a boy who loves making monster movies, but when his dog gets hit by a car, he sets out to bring the pup back to life. But when you mess with Mother Nature, Victor learns that things don’t always go as planned.
The world is in trouble, and it's up to these cute creatures to save mankind.
- Go Diego Go: Moonlight Rescue
Diego Marquez, the hip cousin of Dora the Explorer, stars in this DVD based on the Nick Jr. TV series. Each episode features the 8-year-old Latino boy and his buddies, using observation skills and gadgets to locate animals in trouble.
- Hannah Montana/Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert Tour
Miley Cyrus hits the road with her 54-city concert tour last year, sharing the stage with the Jonas Brothers. This movie includes bits of behind-the-scenes stuff and concert footage.
The creepy setting and quirky characters make this film more appropriate for kids older than 12.
- College Road Trip
This family-friendly flick stars Raven-Symone, Lucas Grabeel and Brenda Song, all Disney Channel stars kids know and love. Raven-Symone plays Melanie Porter, a college-bound teen who’s desperate to get out on her own.
- Alice in Wonderland
Nineteen-year-old Alice returns to the magical world from her childhood adventure, where she reunites with old friends and learns of her true destiny: to end the Red Queen’s reign of terror.
- Aliens in the Attic
The Pearson family heads to vacation at a cottage in the country that turns out to be inhabited by aliens trying to take over the planet.
- Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked
While playing around aboard a cruise ship, the Chipmunks and Chipettes accidentally go overboard and end up marooned on a tropical island (because that’s what they do). But their new locale is not as deserted as it seems, and danger is afoot.
- Arthur Christmas
At the North Pole command center, Santa’s son Steve is running the show. But the cleaning elves discover the unthinkable – an undelivered gift. That’s when Santa’s younger son Arthur organizes a covert mission.
- Astro Boy
The Japanese manga cartoon comes to life on the big screen. After being cast out by his father/creator, Astro Boy must save the world on his own.
Humans have destroyed the Earth’s resources and are forced to mine minerals from other planets, such as the Utopian Pandora. But first they have to remove the Na’vi tribe from their land.
Nerdy new kid Will Burton is befriended by the popular Charlotte to manage her rock band, in hopes that they beat her ex-boyfriend's band in a contest.
- Bedtime Stories
Skeeter Bronson, played by Adam Sandler, makes storytime come to life in this kid-friendly film.
- Bee Movie
The thought of settling in for a lifetime of stirring honey seems overwhelming to Barry. So when the adventurous graduate gets a chance to form ranks with the pollen jocks and take a trip outside the hive, he's more than willing to go.
This canine-friendly comedy boasts some on-screen violence that may be too intense for little ones.
- Captain America: The First Avenger
After being deemed unfit for military service, puny Steve Rogers volunteers for a top secret research project that turns him into Captain America (Chris Evans), a superhero dedicated to defending America's ideals.
- Cars 2
Star racecar Lightning McQueen and his pal Mater head to Europe to compete in the World Grand Prix race. But the road to the championship becomes rocky when Mater gets caught up in an intriguing adventure of his own: international espionage.
- Chasing Mavericks
When young Jay Moriarty discovers that the mythic Mavericks surf break, one of the biggest waves on Earth, exists just miles from his Santa Cruz home, he enlists the help of local legend Frosty Hesson to train him to survive it.
- Cloudy With a Chance of Meatballs
Kids 5 and older will love to watch their favorite (food-infused) children's book come to life on the big screen (and in some theaters, in 3D!).
- Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part 2
The final chapter in the Harry Potter story finds Harry, Ron and Hermione continuing their quest to find and destroy Lord Voldemort’s three remaining Horcruxes, the magical items responsible for his immortality. As the Dark Lord learns abou
- Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry and his pals Ron and Hermione return to Hogwarts, and this time, they’re fighting teenage hormones as well as Death Eaters.
- Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted
Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman are still trying to get home to their beloved Central Park Zoo in New York City. Their journey takes them through Europe where they find the perfect cover: a traveling circus.
- Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa
The sequel to Madagascar will have kids and parents laughing and on the edge of their seats.
- Martian Child
Based on the biographical book authored by sci-fi writer David Gerrold about his own experience adopting his son Sean, this sentimental film makes a strong statement about giving challenged children a loving environment in which to grow.
- Men in Black III
Will Smith and Tommy Lee Jones don the black suits and shades for the third time to battle aliens and save the earth. This installment involves time travel. And pie.
Three high-school kids invent a time machine. Unfortunately, the machine attracts the attention of the FBI. Apparently, you’re not supposed to mess with the space-time continuum.
- Mirror, Mirror
A re-telling of the classic fairytale Snow White finds Julia Roberts as the evil queen who steals control of a kingdom, and Lily Collins as the exiled princess who enlists the help of seven resourceful dwarves to win back her birthright.
- Monsters vs. Aliens
While Monsters vs. Aliens will keep kids entertained (a battle scene set on the Golden Gate Bridge is particularly exciting), it’s not the kind of film that finds a permanent home in every child’s heart.
- Monte Carlo
Selena Gomez, Katie Cassidy and Leighton Meester play three young women vacationing in Paris. When one is mistaken for a British heiress, they’re whisked away to Monte Carlo on a romantic adventure.
- Mr. Magorium's Wonder Emporium
Step inside a most unique shop, literally alive with magical toys, mysterious rooms, and other interactive playthings.
- Mr. Popper's Penguins
Tom Popper is a divorced, workaholic real estate shark who doesn’t mind evicting people from beloved New York City landmarks to make way for new skyscrapers. But things start to change, including his relationship with his ex-wife and two children, wh
- Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
Larry Daley is called back into action to save his Smithsonian friends in the second edition of this film.
- Nim's Island
Nim Rusoe is a young girl who lives on a remote island with her scientist dad. When he goes missing during an ocean expedition, Nim asks her favorite author, adventurer Alex Rover, for help.
A documentary about the sea life under the ocean, filmed at various parts of the globe.
- One For the Money
Unemployed and newly-divorced Stephanie Plum lands a job at her cousin's bail-bond business. Her first assignment? Bring in a wanted cop with whom she has a romantic past.
- Kung Fu Panda
A fat, lazy panda is called upon to become a Kung Fu hero and save his village. Does he have what it takes?
- Kit Kittredge: An American Girl
The story of Kit, a 10-year-old aspiring journalist, will keep kids on their toes with a Great Depression-era mystery.
- High School Musical 3
The newest HSM3 is good, clean fun for all ages (parents will love the 'follow your dreams' theme!).
- Hotel For Dogs
Andi and Bruce decide to turn a condemned building into a haven for the city's strays.
- Hotel Transylvania
Monsters have the perfect getaway in Hotel Transylvania, a high-end resort built by Dracula to keep his daughter Mavis safe from humans. But the Count goes into overprotective mode when a human boy discovers the resort and falls for Mavis.
- House at the End of the Street
Jennifer Lawrence stars as a teen named Elissa who moves with her mom to a new town, where they find themselves living next door to a house with a mysterious past.
It’s Paris in the 1930s, and 12-year-old Hugo Cabret is an orphan living in the walls of a busy train station. When not stealing scones for breakfast or dodging the stern station inspector, Hugo works to repair his beloved automaton.
- Ice Age: Continental Drift
This fourth installment of Ice Age finds Manny, Diego, and Sid adrift in the ocean after their continent splits apart. Using an iceberg as a ship, they encounter sea creatures, battle pirates, explore a new world, and try to get back home.
- Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs
The focus is on family in the third edition of Ice Age: Ellie and Manny welcome a wee one, leaving Sid to wish for a family of his own.
Kids will enjoy this experiment-loving character, but beware of some violent scenes in the film.
- Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
The famed adventurer becomes entangled in a Soviet plot to uncover the secret behind mysterious artifacts known as the Crystal Skulls.
- Iron Man
When wealthy industrialist Tony Stark is captured by terrorists and forced to build a high-tech weapon, he turns the tables and builds an armored suit to fight evil in the world.
- Jack and Jill
- Jack Reacher
Based on the book “One Shot” by Lee Child, this action thriller stars Tom Cruise as Jack Reacher, a highly trained former military cop who’s called in to help on a murder case where five random people are shot by a trained sniper.
- Journey to the Center of the Earth
In this fun action flick based on the classic Jules Verne tale, Brendan Fraser leads a volcanic study that takes him and his assistants to the center of Earth's core.
- Joyful Noise
When a small-town choir sets out to win the national “Joyful Noise” competition, the odds are clearly against them. But they might have a chance if the choir director (Queen Latifah) finds a way to work with the choir’s major donor (Dolly Parton).
Everyone makes fun of Norman Babcock, a boy who claims to be able to speak to the dead. But no one is laughing when he’s called upon to protect the town from a centuries-old witch’s curse.