Captain Ned wrote:A: It was not NSFW SFW, at least here in the Western world, which is the world to which we moderate.
NSFW means "Not Safe for Work." Sorry...I hate double negatives and the "not NSFW" convention I've been seeing is like nails on a chalkboard to me.
D: Y'all gotta stop thinking of Emma/Hermione as the bratty snotty kid with the tangled hair she was in the first movie.
Definitely note that that character Hermione changed since the first movie. That's the exact thing that happened in the books. Actually, the series as a whole grows and changes as the characters grow up. They're 11 in Sorcerer's(/Philosiphers) Stone
and 17, almost legal by US real world laws, in Deathly Hallows
Although, Emma seems to be the Han Solo/Harrison Ford of that trio. She's probably going to have the most lasting post-Potter career (on film) and will eventually shake the Hermione character off most people's minds in a few years.
Being an adult doesn't mean you have to know what you're doing. It just means you have to look like you know what you're doing.