|Lowest Recommended Age:||Middle School|
|MPAA Rating:||PG-13 for sequences of fantasy violence and frightening images.|
|Profanity:||Some mild language|
|Violence/Scariness:||Extended fantasy violence, characters in peril, sad death|
|Diversity Issues:||Diverse characters|
|Movie Release Date:||July 11, 2007|
|DVD Release Date:||December 11, 2007|
Everything is changing again for Harry Potter. Back when Hagrid explained to him for the first time at age 11 that his parents had not died in a car crash but in a battle with an evil wizard and that he was not an ordinary muggle but a wizard himself, Harry first began to learn that the world was not what he thought. Those lessons become more painful this time as in the fifth chapter of his saga he learns that the father he has idealized may not have been everything he thought, that the girl he has idealized may not be everything he hoped, that sometimes life is not fair and grown-ups can be cruel or unwilling to listen or unable to help him. In other words, Harry is 15 and that means that most of the time he is confused or angry or both.
Oh, and Voldemort is back, and stronger. Harry is getting stronger, too, but is he strong enough?