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After total humiliation at her thirteenth birthday party, Jenna Rink wants to just hide until she's thirty. With a little magic, her wish is granted, but it turns out that being thirty isn't as always as awesome as she thought it would be!
I am a guy. A bloke, chap, lad, dad, testosterone driven being.
I argue when I'm right, argue fiercer when I'm wrong and am never discouraged by the fact that I'm wrong 95% of the time.
I love football, beer, loud music, making fire and stuff that goes boom.
I am getting less hair where I want more and getting more hair where I want less. My testosterone makes me overcompensate by working out too much and acting like a juvenile git.
I am a guy.
And I unequivocally love this film and will defend it to death because I am right.
Review In A Nutshell:
Everyone has those set of films that they have encountered in their youth that stick with them in a positive light even after one has grown so much in emotional and physical maturity. 13 Going on 30, better titled in Australia as Suddenly 30, was a film that I encountered nearly on a daily basis during my days in primary school as my young sister was mesmerized by it, finding an amazing role model to cling onto, hoping that when she becomes older she would also find success in the realm of fashion and still retain that sense of innocence and virtue. I latched onto these films for different reasons; I found myself heavily attracted to…
The Hulk and Gollum dance to Thriller together, need I say more?
An upbeat and joyful gem of a romantic comedy, Gary Winick's "13 Going on 30" weds the spirit of the body-switch comedies of the 1980s with the visual and sonic pop and bounce of that same decade all in a new millennium package. Starring Jennifer Garner as a teenager swept into her thirties in an instant, the film effortlessly entertains thanks to its inviting energy, feel-good sensibilities, and well-placed cast.
"13 Going on 30," exhibiting a Dickens-meets-Capra-meets-1985 narrative pulse, tells the story of Garner's Jenna Rink, a put-upon teen who makes a wish and is yanked into her thirties. Revealing a high-powered magazine executive, Jenna's thirties also show her to have left behind friends, family, and kindness in pursuit of…
living with a scruffy mark ruffalo in a greenwich apartment is such a dream it hurt to see some plain b*tch living it
mark ruffalo's greatest performance
It's cute, Mark Ruffalo is cute, but the weird age dynamic of their relationship is...not cute.
A fun carefree film.
just a fun ass time for sleepovers.
I HATE THIS MOVIE IT STILL HITS ME AFTER HOW MANY YEARS AND REWATCHES JESUS CHRIST
Andy Serkis did human motion capture for his role as a guy named Richard in this.
This will never not be a great movie. Watched with the suite as part of our girl's day.
Watched Together - Le lapin
I feel some disappointment that this didn't go bolder at certain points, opting instead to fall back on certain genre tropes - falling in love montage, group dance sequences, pop song transitions, et al. - a little bit too often. That said, there's a ton I like about 13 GOING ON 30, not least of which is a pretty clever story that develops Jenna's self-discovery on her game exploration of an already ticking world instead of the more obvious accidental-epiphany-while-searching-for-a-way-back structure.
There are a number of great moments that come out of this, as Jenna and the viewer simultaneously uncover clues about her life at 30; witness the fascinating slow revelation of the boyfriend character - roaming around her…
no order. this is a weird list
[after his parents have left, thinking he is ill] "They bought it. Incredible! One of the worst performances of my…