Parent of a 8 year oldWritten bysbg2010October 21, 2010
Scary for younger kids
As a reader of the Harry Potter books and as a parent, I really enjoyed the movie. However my 8 year old son was really scared by this movie. He is a little sensitive to scary material. I think he could have handled the same material in the book but in the movie it's much more real and graphic. He cited the "possessed" voice of one of the characters and the werewolf transformation. Even though I used the "violent" icon, I really mean it's scary more so than violent. I also think the first two movies were not as scary.
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Kid, 11 years oldWritten byjeneferiniaSeptember 21, 2010
I love the Harry Potter books! They are my favorite. But I give it an iffy for 10+ because number one; there is some love. Not really very innapropriate, and I don't mind, but some people might. Two; there is a lot of action and scary stuff. Again, I don't mind a bit, but others might. If you don't care about some love and like action/scaryness/some sadness, then this is the book for you.
Parent of a 7 year oldWritten byDad42January 27, 2011
Nightmares for the young audience
Although rated PD here, this is really not suitable for kids under 9/10, much too scary - it frightened my daughter aged 7 and we had to switch off, I had to spend a good deal of time calming her fears. She had loved the first two movies in the series which were not a challenge to her.
Kid, 11 years oldWritten byjll795February 15, 2011
Totally Awesome movie for 9+
Why I chose these ratings above?
1. Professor Lupin teaches Harry to fight these "dementors" by focusing on happy thoughts
Good Role Models:(List)
1.Professor Remus John Lupin
Why? Helps Harry conqueor his fears. Forgives Sirius Black for thinking that he (Remus) betrayed Lily and James Potter accepts Sirius' apolgy for thinking that he (Sirius) was the betrayer.
2. Rubeus Hagrid
Why? Comments positivly to Harry, Ron and Hermione
3. Albus Dumbledore
Why? Helps Hermione and Harry save Sirius Black from a horrible fate not deserved.
4. Hermione Granger
Why? Keeps Professor Lupin's secret "disease", lycanthropy a secret.
5. Sirius Black
Why? He forgives Remus Lupin for thinking that he (Sirius) was the betrayer and asks Remus Lupin to forgive him for thinking that he (Remus) was the betrayer.
6. Harry Potter
Why? He saves his past self from the "Dementor's Kiss".
1.At the end of the movie, Professor Remus Lupin transforms into a werewolf and (unknowingly) trys to bite/injure Harry, and Hermione sevral times.
Language: 1 use of b**** and some uses of d***.
It was an excellent movie!