Sr. Rose has some observations and suggestions for parents and others who are concerned about the anti-Christian, anti-Catholic (anti-God) bent of the fantasy book on which the upcoming movie is based. Sr. Rose takes it from a media literacy standpoint, which is not the same as a catechetical standpoint. Media literacy is actually a very demanding approach, because it requires intensive reflection and conversation. Of course, that yields a lot more fruit than simply boycotting a production tout court.
Speaking for myself, I saw the trailer for "The Golden Compass" this summer when I went to see "Harry Potter." The trailer alone filled me with a sense of foreboding that this movie had some kind of vicious streak in it. There were "churchly" type villains in liturgical and clerical attire, who used "church" language like "heresy." (Turns out, even worse, that the "churchly" group of villains are called "The Magisterium"!)
As Sr. Rose keeps saying, we need to know what we're dealing with here, and prepare ourselves to engage with it intelligently.