The movie reviews provided by the American Family Association are generally fair and in a lot of the cases I do agree with them. They pick apart the movie well and do a wonderful job of deciding how it went - was the plot good? Did the characters develop? Was it rated properly and so on.
Yes, the movie reviews provided by the American Family Association are generally fair, and they take things into account that are important to the average parent in deciding on a movie for their children. The reviews are also just one person's opinion, so if the reviewed movie does not like it, they are welcome to find alternative opinions.
The movie reviews provided by the American Family Association are not fair. The American Family Association has no reason or background to be reviewing movies. They are so bad of an organization that their opinion has no affect on the reviews of the movies. They are almost cult like in that they believe their views are the only ones that matter.
There is absolutely nothing about the Colorado-based hate group American Family Association that I would describe as fair. Their movie reviews are pretty alarming, quite hateful, and in best instances, completely laughable. Just like the other parts of their organization. I don't think anyone really takes any of their reviews seriously.
Like everything else about the American Family Association, their movie reviews are from a different century and one we're better off not returning to. It's not even worth reading to scoff at or get angry about, the organization in 2014 is absolutely useless and should not be given a second of one's time.