Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that this sequel to the popular Disney movie Twitches features plenty of suspense and some brief fantasy violence (fiery spells hurled like weapons, a shadowy image that haunts characters throughout most of the movie, etc.). But none of it is likely to upset tweens. On the message front, a self-absorbed girl experiences personal growth when she learns the value of accepting responsibility and thinking of others. Other than that, aside from frequent references to cell phones and texting among teen girls, there's not much to worry about.
Some flirting among teens, and one very brief kiss between adults at the end.
A vague shadowy form follows characters and briefly possesses two of them, but their actions are only mildly affected (a teen is inspired to insist on walking a girl home, for instance). Magical battles feature fiery balls hurled as weapons that knock people down, as well as perilous falls from heights. One character meets his demise by falling down a deep hole. References to a father's death many years ago.
A family is reunited, and good conquers evil through a character's brave actions. Her slightly self-centered twin learns that stepping up to responsibility for others' sake can be personally rewarding.
A few characters are attached to their cell phones and do lots of texting.
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