Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire posterEmma Urquhart is 14 - and, apparently, a best-selling author - so The Telegraph sent her to a sneak preview of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and asked her to write a review for them. In sum: the movie rocked, and she totally wasn't scared. There was, she writes, "death... blood...[and] plenty of slime and gore," but apparently it's presented in non-scary ways. Either that or, in addition to being a freakishly mature writer, young Emma is also freakishly brave. Either way, in her estimation the 12A (aka PG13) rating belongs on the film because of Harry's first intimate encounters (nudge nudge) with love and death, not because of the violence.

Emma's reviewing counterpart on the newspaper, on the other hand, left the screening utterly terrified. And she's 26. Consider yourselves warned.

[via GreenCine Daily]