If you have a tween in your family, Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince will teach them everything about puberty that public school didn't. The sixth movie in the series is no longer wholesome family fun; instead it's filled with innuendo (Dumbledore's wand is made of anal beads) and tips on how to get with your best friend's younger sister (Harry Potter, you naughty boy). After all, Harry and his friends have reached the confusing age where witches use love potions for seduction. Hormones aside, the Harry Potter cast's (Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint, Emma Watson) acting is much better than in any of the other movies. Still, this flick will make you nostalgic for high school, when The Catcher in the Rye was the standard cure for angst. ---Hilary Beaumont
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Hormones are in overdrive in Hogwarts.