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Family reviews for ‘Insidious: Chapter 3,’ ‘Entourage’

INSIDIOUS: CHAPTER 3

Rating: PG-13 for violence, frightening images, some language and thematic elements

What it’s about: A teen who misses her dead mother invites trouble when she tries to contact her spirit.

The kid attractor factor: A cute teen menaced by a demon, a fearsome little old lady who comes to her defense, ghosts and the like

Good lessons/bad lessons: Do not try and contact the dead, because you never know who might pick up.

Violence: Of the bloody and bruising and potentially fatal supernatural variety

Language: A little profanity, hurled for comic effect

Sex: None

Drugs: None

Parents’ advisory: Too scary for the very young, but a haunted house tale suitable for 10-and-up

ENTOURAGE

Rating: R for pervasive language, strong sexual content, nudity and some drug use

What it’s about: A rising star in Hollywood drags his two pals and less talented brother along with him as he experiences the professional and sexual ups and downs of showbiz.

The kid attractor factor: Scads of star cameos, young and old – Adrian Grenier, 30-something men acting like oversexed teenagers

Good lessons/bad lessons: Fame, riches and stardom are only fun if you can share them with your friends.

Violence: None

Language: Profane and sexual

Sex: Nothing terribly explicit

Drugs: Yes

Parents’ advisory: Sexual, comically profane with a hint of drugs, and a comedy that suggests that women in Hollywood are little more than eye candy – OK for 15-and-up.

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