Plugged In Movie Reviews

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Hosted by Plugged In staff, the Plugged In Entertainment Reviews podcast provides 60-second family-friendly reviews of today's hottest movies, games, music and TV.

TV Review: Telenovela Jan. 14, 2016

NBC's Telenovela is not really great family viewing. Not unless, of course, you're someone's evil twin. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.

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Game Review: Fallout 4 Jan. 13, 2016
Games used to fit into specific categories. Fallout 4 fills something closer to an "all of the above" slot. For better and for worse. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
DVD Review: The Martian Jan. 12, 2016
Sometimes it takes a dead planet to make us appreciate the value of a single life. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Macklemore meets Foster the People as Twenty One Pilots strives to reconcile the innocent dreams of childhood with the constant pressures of adulthood. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
The idea of a professional wrestler becoming a pastor might seem, well, preposterous. But that's the part that's actually "inspired by true events." (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
The Dawn of the Croods Jan. 7, 2016
If the Star Wars saga taught us anything, it was to stay away from prequels. Alas, Netflix didn't listen. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Just Dance has always been about getting your groove going with a group and flailing around in exhilarating (embarrassing) ways. Is 2016 any different? Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
DVD Review: The Walk Jan. 5, 2016
It just goes to show you that you don't need a lot of R-rated content to make a pretty thrilling feature. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Myriad male musicians have objectified women over the years. Elle King, sounding a lot like Meghan Trainor's naughty sister, turns the tables. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
The novel earned Phillip K. Dick a Hugo Award, But it transports readers into a grim land. The same can now be said for Amazon's TV adaptation. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Game Review: Splatoon Dec. 30, 2015
Painting your territory with torrents of ink replaces coloring the ground with gore in Nintendo's version of a multiplayer shooter game. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
DVD Review: The Intern Dec. 29, 2015
The Intern does some good work. But it never finishes the job. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
This stuff is at least less spotty than the Mrs. Robinson-like fantasies 5 Seconds of Summer was indulging just a year ago. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Movie Review: Joy Dec. 25, 2015
Joy might be reason for, if not joy, then at least a bit of satisfaction. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
TV Review: Arrow Dec. 24, 2015
There's heroism aplenty in this soapy CW superhero show. But Batman would be aghast at the moral ethos of Oliver and his superpals. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
The pink 'n' bouncy hero Kirby is back to restore color to the universe with the help of a rainbow-painting sidekick. (E) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
DVD Review: War Room Dec. 22, 2015
A drama about prayer warriors isn't like a thriller about cold warriors, but the Kendrick Brothers still manage to give the story oomph. (PG-13) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
It's not just the Force awakening in Episode VII. It's the franchise's charm. And maybe its life lessons, too. Read the full review here.
TV Review: Superstore Dec. 17, 2015
Walk into this Superstore, and you may walk out with something you neither wanted nor needed. Read our full review on Plugged In Online.
Star Wars: Battlefront certainly pushes the nostalgia button. Hard. (T) Read our full review on Plugged In Online.