A different take on what choices do to your life. It's okay.
cute, fun, and a very wholesome movie.
over 3 years
Great weekend movie.
almost 4 years
Loved this as a young teen and still enjoy it as a guilty pleasure.
An enjoyable, easy watch. Cheesy and far-fetched but a nice message for young viewers.
over 6 years
Classic Jennifer Garner. Very innocent and cute. Hits the core every time.
almost 7 years
It was decent. A cutesy chick-flick, basically.
The dance number in the movie bumps this grade up.
Good movie. Very chick-flicky and cute. Not sure how I feel about Gardner though.
over 7 years
a blatant classic.
13 Going on 30 (known as Suddenly 30 in Australia and Sugar and Spice in some markets) is a 2004 American romantic comedy fantasy film starring Jennifer Garner and Mark Ruffalo. It has a similar premise to the classic short story Rip Van Winkle, in which a young person falls asleep and wakes up many years later as an older person. It also bears some similarity to films like Big and 14 Going on 30, in which boys are physically transformed into adult men, but in those films everyone else remains the same age. The situation of the main character, a person with the personality of a child in an adult's body, is similar to the situation of one of the main characters in many body switching films such as Freaky Friday and Vice Versa. It was produced by Revolution Studios for Columbia Pictures.
Jenna Rink (Christa B. Allen), a girl celebrating her 13th birthday on May 26, 1987, wishes to be 30 in hopes that it would help her overcome her unpopularity at school. Jenna especially wants to join...