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By Renee Longstreet, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 13+

Underdogs rule in real-life Quidditch docu; some profanity.

Movie NR 2014 89 minutes
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As in any exciting sporting event, the drama and quality of play increase as the team moves forward; this is true of Mudbloods and its filmmaking team. From its earliest moments explaining the game for those who may not be familiar with Harry and Ron and Gryffindor to the final moments of the World Cup, Sangari and his colleagues have built the excitement, nurtured respect for the players, and made fans of its viewers. The movie works. It engages, and it opens eyes to what happens when people commit to an activity, build it, thrive on it, and succeed in it, regardless of the actual outcome. Recommended for teens and up and for families who aren't put off by occasional language issues.

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