Great, but much violence.
The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is definitely one of my favourite movies, but I watched it...well...by accident. You see, my dad and I, along with all my family assumed it was PG, because that is what we were told. My younger siblings weren't allowed to come - we weren't ready to take the chance! So it was just me and my dad. the movie started. It was fantastic!...until a dwarf's head comes off. Dad covers my eyes with his hand. I hear him whisper to someone nearby "This has to be PG-13." Anyway, dad was too hooked in the movie to take me out of the cinema, so we kept watching. The trolls weren't too violent, but goblin town was. The great goblin is sliced through the stomach with a sword - nearly in half. Bilbo Baggins, as the main character, is a peace-loving hobbit who knows of no monsters and certainly not adventures, but it goes to show that even little guys can go on big adventures. The whole movie is to reclaim the lost dwarf-kingdom of Erebor which was taken from them by the dragon, Smaug. Also, the main character smokes a pipe, along with a few of the thirteen dwarves. No need to fill your head with this sort of violence until you're about fifteen.
What other families should know
Great role models
Too much violence
Too much drinking/drugs/smoking