30 episodes

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.

Plugged In Entertainment Reviews Focus on the Family

    • TV & Film
    • 4.2, 98 Ratings

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: Never Have I Ever

    TV Review: Never Have I Ever

    Mindy Kaling’s newest comedy has a really sweet message at its core, but it’s unnecessarily rife with issues. Read the Review

    Screen in Your Pocket: More Screen Time

    Screen in Your Pocket: More Screen Time

    Have questions about your kids’ screen time in these Covid-19 days? Read the Review

    Music Review: Dustin Lynch- “Thinking ‘Bout You”

    Music Review: Dustin Lynch- “Thinking ‘Bout You”

    Dustin Lynch teams up with American Idol runner-up Lauren Alaina in a nostalgic duet revisiting a long-lost love. Read the Review

    DVD Review: Onward

    DVD Review: Onward

    By Pixar’s own high standards, Onward is a bit of a disappointment. (PG) Read the Review

    Movie Review: Scoob!

    Movie Review: Scoob!

    Everyone’s favorite animated Marmaduke returns for an adventure with Shaggy and the Mystery, Inc. gang that’s packed with some surprisingly spooky plot twists. Read the Review

    TV Review: The Owl House

    TV Review: The Owl House

    This new Disney cartoon is cute and clever … right up until you start dealing with the witchcraft and demons. Read the Review

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
98 Ratings

98 Ratings

iChistian ,

Great podcast!!!

You got to check plugged in before you watch a movie. I mean, really, who wants to watch a bad movie? You can check any new movie through a Christian lens. Plugged in will let you know if there’s any cussing or murrdering, and will give you a 1-5 star rating
Example: "spider-man into the spiderverse” has 4 out of 5 stars for family friendliness. So I’ll give plugged in 5 out of 5 stars.

Svhmom ,

Great but bad

When the podcast will actually load I enjoy hearing about the movies. 9 times out of 10 this podcast won’t load and play.

TennisLover24 ,

Plugged In is Trying to Protect You!!!!

I know that many viewers out there don’t care about Plugged In and think they are trying to boss you around. NEWSFLASH: They are not!! They are only trying to protect you and your family. If you see a movie that is 0 stars, I think you know that that is a movie you do NOT want to take your kids to. If you have seen one, (which I HIGHLY recommend you don’t) you probably know that is not a great movie. Plugged In has reasons to rate these badly rated movies (violence, language, nudity etc.). Yes, people curse in real life, but I believe they don’t mention it because they want you to read the review. Another possible reason is that they want to protect kids who may not know what a bad word is. But the point is, this podcast wants your family to get the best out of a film in a cinema, and generally protect your early teens, younger kids, maybe even yourself. Some movies(I will chose not to mention them) are so bad that Plugged In doesn’t even rate them!!!
So I encourage you to listen to these podcasts and look at the website and PLEASE take the time to see how they rate a movie before you go see it at the cinema.

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