Movie-loving kids and teens have a lot to celebrate this spring. From superhero movies (Spider-Man 2) to a YA-book-turned-movie (Divergent) to all-ages fun (Muppets Most Wanted), this season has something for every family. No matter how old your kids are, this sneak peek, courtesy of Common Sense Media, will help you decide whether these high-profile movies will be appropriate for you and your kids. Flip through the gallery to take a look.

Divergent (March 21)

Target Age: Tweens and teens

Buzz Factor: Young adult adaptations haven't had much luck lately, but if any of them can break into the rarified air of The Hunger Games or Twilight, it's best-selling author Veronica Roth's dystopian series. In a future Chicago divided by Factions, 16-year-old Tris (Shailene Woodley) chooses to leave her family and join the Dauntless Faction of fearless warrior types. But she has special powers that pose a threat to the establishment. As she deals with her "divergence," she falls for her Dauntless trainer, the gorgeous and mysterious Four (Theo James).

To read the entire list and to discover the best new movies for your kids this spring, visit Common Sense Media by clicking here. 

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