'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader'

Rating: PG for some frightening images and sequences of fantasy action.

What it's about: The younger Pevensie kids are summoned for one more adventure, this one involving a sea voyage and a quest for enchanted swords.

kid attractor factor: Kids getting to act like grownups, fighting battles and such, in the magical alternate reality of Narnia.

Good lessons/bad lessons: "We have nothing, if not belief." "There is no honor in turning away from an adventurous thing."

Violence: Sword fighting, brawling with slave traders and dragons and such.

Language: Disney clean.

Sex: The teens are starting to sense their hormones.

Drugs: None.

Parents' advisory: As family-friendly as ever, more accessible than the earlier "Chronicles," yet also with more direct allegories to Christianity.

'The Warrior's Way'

Rating: R for strong bloody violence.

What it's about: An assassin from the Far East hides out with a baby he is protecting in the Old West. But trouble finds him.

Kid attractor factor: Swords and martial arts fights and shooting, and stuff blowing up, and Kate Bosworth.

Violence: Sword slashings, shootings and an attempted rape.

Language: Not an issue here.

Sex: Attempted rape.

Drugs: Geoffrey Rush plays the town drunk.

Parents' advisory: As movies about guys who can lop off the heads other guys go -- with a rapist villain to boot -- this is fairly tame stuff. OK for 13 and up.