13 Going On 30

13 Going On 30
13 Going On 30

Year

2004

Duration

94 minutes

Genres

Comedy, Romance, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Jenna, a 13-year-old fed up with being picked on by her nasty schoolmates, wishes she could escape it all by being grown-up and successful - and, after coming into contact with some magic dust, she wakes up as a 30-year-old, high-flying magazine editor! However, Jenna gradually finds out that she's not turned into the nicest of people, and that the adult world is not all its cracked up to be. 13 Going On 30 is a charming take on the body swap comedy genre (Big, Vice Versa, Freaky Friday) helped in no small part by Garner, who sweetly conveys the gawky adolescent trapped in a grown-up's skin.

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12 Classification

Contains moderate sex and drug references

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