Common Sense Media has a consumer rating of 1.94 stars from 17 reviews indicating that most consumers are generally dissatisfied with their purchases. Common Sense Media also ranks 43rd among Internet Safety sites.
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In nearly every situation, Common Sense Media provides well-written yet succinct critiques of movies, games, music, and even websites. Unlike most other "family review" sites, they do not have an extreme Christian bias and will review any movie with an open mind. They give two ratings... one is mostly for parents, which is the recommend age for the movie. It is very detailed and not just a rating like PG or PG-13... they will specifically explain that one movie is good for 11 and up and another might be 14 and up. I do have one minor issue with them... they decided to give the website HomestarRunner.com a score of "15+", implying that the site would be inappropriate for anyone under 15. While I do agree with the 4/5 they gave for H*Rs quality... the fact that they think that the Brothers Chaps mostly harmless collection of flash cartoons is only for older teens and adults makes me wonder if they even watched them. But besides that whiny rant, I actually enjoy using this site to see what they think of things. They can be trusted in most cases.See positive reviews
I read Ms. Schonfeld's review of 'Slamma Jamma' and you can pull your hair out. The film is a beautiful portrayal of a man searching for Christ. She obviously doesn't get it. But why would she? She's never directed or written a film in her entire life. Her gravestone will read: "I'm a movie critic and I'm better than all the directors, writers and producers combined. I'm a movie critic." You laugh. What parent tells their children to someday grow up to be movie critics?See critical reviews
Tip for consumers: Use a IMDb instead
Tip for consumers: Do your own research, as not everything here is accurate.
Tip for consumers: Stay away from the article section- load of all tosh. (harry potter references, yay!)
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