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Review by CharlieK1 year ago
Okay site for book, TV, game, app, and movie reviews. My only complaint is that they rate things for both artistic AND moral qualities (I think it's mostly artistic, though). For example, a teen drama laden with sex and bad language can have a 5-star rating because the acting was good, but a morally clean video game can have a 1-star rating just because the game's controls were hard to figure out. Also them warning parents that a show has "more girl characters than boy ones" or "old-fashioned gender roles" is completely unnecessary.
I don't care how good or bad the acting is, I don't care about how well the game controls work; what I DO care about are the messages a TV show, video game, movie, book, or app is trying to tell me. And I think CSM is having trouble grasping that.
Review by Sujili3 years ago
Media watchdog that seems to love to dictate what people's kids do instead of encouraging parents to actually choose what they think is appropriate for their children. Also, their rating system seems to just restate exactly what the ESRB and MPAA say about it while saying that both of them are biased or paid off by the video game/film industry to give lower ratings to their content. Don't believe everything you read on this site, as they seem to have a bias of their own against any form of digital media, but that may just be my own suspicions and dislike for media watchdog organizations that seem to be overly sensitive. Also adds on completely inaccurate information about a game, TV show or movie so they can try to justify a higher rating.
Review by Toutah4 years ago
Permet de savoir si tel film, jeux vidéo, série ou musique est adapté à cet age. Seul bémol : le site s'appuie sur des enfants américains et anglophones qui sont plus strictes que nous, donc un 15 ou un 16 équivaut à un 12 pour nous.
Review by TeamRyan Sabasco5 years ago
While some comments and reviews are exaggerated, overprotective, and sometimes biased, this rating system is still much more consistent and appropriate than the MPAA. In my opinion, a compromise between the two would be more suitable.
Review by Korilyne6 years ago
It is a helpful and comprehensive resource. No review or recommendation covers everything but the site is very easy to navigate and does a very solid job. I trust it and find it quite helpful.
Review by Madden6 years ago
I love this resource because it makes the "no you can't watch THAT" less arbitrary.
Review by Jweston6 years ago
Great site,user friendly,informative.
Review by AlfieCressey Marcinkova6 years ago
This is a good Website. What shows are good for kids or not good for them. So this site is good
Review by NeilTP7 years ago
Common Sense is a great site for parental information as well as for teens and young adults at large. Safe Place to evaluate games, movies, and plain good advise. Check it out.
Review by Sandown7 years ago
For those who say that this site is advocating One Size fits all, you are grossly mistaken. The idea is to tell parents what kind of content is in media so they can make the best decision for their kids. Good site.
Review by Tyvärr7 years ago
Review by Chukwuezugo Rickelton8 years ago
Common Sense Media is dedicated to improving the lives of kids and families by providing the trustworthy information, education, and independent voice they need to thrive in a world of media and technology.
Review by Eurokey8 years ago
Its a safe website and can generally be trusted although it can be inaccurate saying games have things that they don't or missing big bits out.
Review by MrPeeLawn Esakki9 years ago
Great site, safe, user-friendly, and even informative. It provides expert views on what is safe for children and what isn't in today's media (movies, games, and even the web).
Review by Studham9 years ago
For the primary purpose securing the innocent minds of minors from suggestive material, this wonderful blog/review website has thousands of pages of music, websites, common literature, and much more for parents to view and decide whether the content of something is appropriate for children.
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