Parent reviews for Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

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Common Sense says

age 12+

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Parents say

age 11+

Based on 101 reviews

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age 10+

Based on 293 reviews

age 10+

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age 9+

SHOULD BE PG

The movie is HORRIBLE!!!! Includes some violence. I am very disappointed the movie was worse than I expected the 4th, 6th, and 7th are better than this

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not rated for age

This movie is horrible it just isn't okay for my children's influence

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age 9+
age 10+

Rated PG-13-Violonce, Some Language, & Sexual Content

age 11+

Great movie if you know what’s coming and know yourself

Absolutely a great movie. Yes, creepy, but absolutely amazing. There are many creepy things that happen. Blood, pain, a very sad and emotional death, and creepy masks. Also, Harry and Dudley are attacked but not harmed, I repeat, NOT harmed, by two dementors. However, these things won’t be anything new to your kid if they have already read the book. If your kid knows them self well ask if they think it will be ok for them, and trust their decision (to a reasonable degree. If they’re five, maybe you should wait). It is not too bad if your kid knows what is coming. There are no scary surprises. I watched it when I was about 11 or 12, and yes I cried but so you can have some context I also cry during the animated lion king. A father character to Harry dies, and it is very sad and emotional for him, but if you know it’s coming you will be fine. Also, Ron’s dad is bitten by a snake which is a little creepy and gross but he lives and is fine. If you are fine with Jurassic Park, Wonder Woman, and Marvel you should be fine with this. It is definitely NOT as scary as those movies. I cannot watch Marvel but the fifth potter movie is one of my favorite movies of all time. If you loved the book (I mean, it’s impossible not to), watch the movie. Radcliffe, Watson, and Grint deliver again in this movie that yes, is PG-13 for a reason, but is also a movie about characters who make new friends, be brave, and fight against all evil, from unfair and cruel teachers to Voldemort himself. Read the book first so you can get the full experience. Love and experience new characters who are unique and funny such as Luna Lovegood with this film that shows love, bravery, passion, togetherness, and casual humor in this great addition to the Harry Potter story. Pleeeeease follow Harry to the very end and watch this movie so you can do that!!!!

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age 12+

A marvellous story

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age 6+

Great Movie!!

Yes it has it’s scary moments but I think it’s all about what your child can handle. My daughter is 6 and LOVED the movie. We had a talk before that it is pretend and she was great through the whole thing and begged to watch the next one. If you know your kids you know if they can handle it.

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age 12+

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keep in mind this potter movie has lots of violence two teenagers are nearly choked in the first ten minutes dunbeldor summons a fire dragon and harry is also left angry for the whole movie there is also a very sad death at the end of the movie harry nearly dies in a very painful way and harry friends are threatened to death and there mite be to much violence for younger kids harry and another girl also smooch
age 11+

Great movie

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