Bridge to Terabithia - (Horrid) This is NOT an appropriate movie for children. It is actually a very deliberate piece of anti-Christian propaganda. The only reason to watch it with your children is to teach them how to discern a message that is completely antagonistic to the Christian faith. The story features a young boy and girl who become fast friends in their imaginary world of Terabithia. Shortly before the girl dies in a tragic accident, she attends church with the boy's family and says something to the effect of, "That stuff about Jesus is interesting. You believe it, but you hate it. I don't have to believe that. God is too busy running this beautiful world to send people to hell." This sets up a conflict in the boy's mind - and obviously in the minds of young children watching. Could this great little girl really go to hell for rejecting Jesus? A great question, but set in a horribly antagonistic narrative. Ick.
Ratatouille - (Fun) A great story about the conversion of a dour restaurant critic. My kids liked it, but the themes were probably more appropriate for adults. I'm not sure they could really appreciate the art appreciation / childhood nostalgia / conversion of critic angles. I definitely recommend it and encourage you to pay close attention to the converted critic's restaurant review / monologue at the end of the movie. That is some good writing.
Live Free or Die Hard - (Brain Candy) The action is really fun to watch and is sustained by a plot that is just good enough to hold it together. Don't get me wrong. Critical elements of the story are paper thin, but the premise is good enough to keep you interested. It is definitely summer blockbuster material that the action / Bruce Willis enthusiast should go and see - probably not with your kids, though.