Documentary looks at the traditional “Son Cubano” style of music.

  • Alan Zilberman
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  • 16 hours ago
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The latest installment in the action-heavy franchise is too scary for young kids.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • 20 hours ago
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Bryan Cranston plays a man who hides out from his family and former life in the attic of his own garage.

The Israeli film features a heroine so zany she schedules nuptials without having a groom.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • 21 hours ago
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Part 5 of Disney’s popular pirate saga feels like the vacation you’ll need a vacation from.

Thomas Vinterberg’s period drama is based on the filmmaker’s childhood in a Copenhagen commune.

  • Pat Padua
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  • 21 hours ago
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Unlike other reboots before it, this lazy, inane movie does little more than desperately push the envelope.

The teen romance centers on a sheltered girl with an immune disorder and the boy who loves her.

COMMON SENSE MEDIA | Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on the big screen right now.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • May 18
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Eleanor Coppola follows a woman embracing her own desires during a trip through France.

This feature documentary dives deep into the themes explored in “The White Helmets.”

“The Long Haul” suffers from the absence of its hero’s nutty school chums.

  • Jane Horwitz
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  • May 18
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Familiar set pieces are here, but this entry lacks the momentum and visual pow of 1979’s game-changer.

Azazel Jacobs’s chamber piece is both incisive and forgiving on the subject of fidelity.

Parent-oriented reviews of what’s on big screens right now.

  • Common Sense Media
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  • May 11
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A U.S. soldier and an Iraqi sniper play a deadly — and cerebral — game of cat-and-mouse.

The British melodrama features a climax as brutal as it is ridiculous.

  • Mark Jenkins
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  • May 11
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Goldie Hawn is largely wasted in a fitfully funny but generally pleasing mother-daughter comedy.

Cynthia Nixon gives a thrilling, funny and sad performance as the reclusive writer.

The documentary takes a piquant look at the New York Times’ obituary desk.

  • Jane Horwitz
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  • May 11
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