Epicboy21, yet again, and I will say this much about the film: this MUST, this should've been PG-13. I DO NOT KNOW why this is rated PG. Before my reasons, the story: Harry is in his sixth year and the Death Eaters are still out there to hunt him. And Ron and Hermione are still in the mix. First of all, there's a drop of blood dripping from the ceiling. (OK, that's PG, but there's worse.) Second of all, a little bit of realistic violence - the central bully kicks the titular character to the ground, beats him up and stomps on his nose, thus breaking it, and making it bleed. Third of all, fantasy violence nonetheless, a girl is hung up in mid-air and tortured, in pain, plus fourth of all, the most gruesome fantasy violence: zombies being blasted away and a bully having a spell called "Serpensortia!" used on him. This blasts him away, and if that isn't enough to scare you, then the next visual is: blood smothered all over his clothing. His legs, his face, his abdomen, his chest and his arms are absolutely covered in it. Tons of blood. Oh, and people catching on fire.
One major death may upset viewers as he is an important character. (I'm not going to reveal here.)
Also, there's blasting. And the first thing yelled in the WB logo is that weird girl Bellatrix LeStrange's saying: "I KILLED SIRIUS BLACK!" (Come on, I knew you've seen the first five anyway. At least, if you're reading this.)
Luckily for you, the sexual content is calmer. The only thing I remember is a kiss. Language probably includes "d*mn" and Ron's saying "bl**dy h*ll". Anyway, it was quite good.
Consumerism is also that it's based on a franchise. (But why does that matter?) Thankyou for reading.