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  • Actors: Jennifer Garner, Mark Ruffalo, Judy Greer, Andy Serkis, Kathy Baker
  • Directors: Gary Winick
  • Writers: Cathy Yuspa, Josh Goldsmith
  • Producers: Alan Baral, Allegra Clegg, Christina Hacopian, Dan Kolsrud, Desiree Van Til
  • Format: AC-3, Anamorphic, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Dubbed, DVD-Video, Special Edition, Subtitled, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English, French
  • Subtitles: English, French
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Canadian Home Video Rating : Ages 18 and over
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: Aug. 3 2004
  • Run Time: 98 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews
  • ASIN: B0002C4JI0
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Jennifer Garner (Daredevil, TV's "Alias") and Mark Ruffalo (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) star in this hilarious flash-forward romance about a pre-teen girl who goes from geek to glamorous.With the help of some magic wishing dust, 13 year-old Jenna Rink (Garner) becomes 30 and gorgeous overnight, with everything she ever wanted, except for her best friend Matt (Ruffalo). Now, this grown woman must create some magic of her own to help the little girl inside find the true love she left behind.

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This is a light-hearted, fun movie based on the theme of "Be careful what you wish for; you just might get it".There are some inconsistencies in the story line, but this is obviously not a movie you should try to analyse. Just enjoy it for what it is. It is a modern day fairy tale and of course, in the end, everyone lives happily ever after.
I've watched it more than once. It cheers me up when I'm blue and the good guys win in the end. What more could you ask of a movie?
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I was rather pleasantly surprised by this film. Obviously, the storyline is by no means unique, and I've seen too many films featuring kids and adults miraculously switching places to feel all that confident about going once more into a similar breach, but 13 Going on 30 is actually, well, delightful. I'm a big Jennifer Garner fan going all the way back to her role in the short-lived Time of Your Life; by and large, I think she did a wonderful job in this role. It is certainly a different Jennifer Garner than we see on Alias, and it certainly appears as if she relished a role in which she got to be silly and whimsical. I would have to credit Mark Ruffalo with an even more impressive performance, though, as his was the subtle glue that held the fantastical elements of the plot together.

Young Jenna has just turned 13; already unhappy with the way she looks and anxious to be popular, she suffers an embarrassing indignation which has her fervently wishing to be 30. Thanks to some wishing dust on the model dream home her obviously infatuated by "not cool" friend Matt built for her, she gets her wish. I thought the early scenes featuring 13-year-old Jenna reacting to the instant passing of 17 years and adjusting to her new, uh, accessories was a little awkward, and a certain lack of continuity in regard to her reactions to new stimuli popped up sporadically as the film progressed. One minute she's acting like a young teenager, and then she will suddenly seem to have grown up into her new age to a significant degree. Anyway, she discovers that all of her dreams have come true: she was popular, and she has become mighty successful in life - actually sitting atop the fashion magazine she was addicted to as a kid.
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I don't believe for one second that anyone could dislike this film. Anyone who says they don't like it must be lying! It's so much fun-- the kind of movie you wish would be made more often.
Jenna (Jennifer Garner play the older Jenna, while the talented Christa B. Allen plays the younger) is a girl who just wants to fit in. On her thirteenth birthday, she invites the "Six Chicks," the most popular girls in school. The leader agrees to come, so long as Jenna agrees to do this girl's school project. Everything seems to be going great, but the Six Chicks are conspiring against Jenna the whole time, making Jenna end up in a closet crying and wishing she were "30 and Flirty." The next morning 13 year old Jenna wakes up in a gorgeouos apartment in a 30 year old body.
Garner is excellent in a role that seems tailor made for her. It reminded me of how well Jamie Lee Curtis pulled off playing a sixteen year old in "Freaky Friday." Garner is just as fantastic, if not better. When it comes to movies like this (a la "Big" or "Vice Versa") believability is everything.
It's also great how the story isn't as fluffy as one might think. Jenna is not only dealing with being a newfound 30 year old, but is learning just what kind of person she turned out to be... and she doesn't like it. The premise has obviously been visited before, but this is fresh and full of life and I guarantee you will like this movie. You'll want to dance along with Jenna to "Thriller" because you'll like it so much. Definitely check this one out! It shouldn't be missed!
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By A Customer on June 17 2004
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I've got the ol' double X chromosome, and consequently, chick flicks aren't exactly my cup of tea. It's funny how preferences go out the window during a romantic relationship, because I'm becoming a bit of an expert on the genre. Until 13 Going on 30, I had enjoyed probably 2 chick flicks out of several thousand. Ok, not really, but it was a very tiny enjoyment ratio.
I don't know what it is about 13 Going on 30, whether it's the script, Jennifer Garner, both...but this is a very good flick. It's often said that this is girl's answer to "Big," and I can honestly see this movie becoming exactly that once it's released on dvd. Jennifer Garner is outstanding, several parts actually made me laugh out loud in the theater of all women and their unhappy boyfriends, and also, I love "Thriller" even more now that I've seen this movie.
To the fellas, pick this one up for your lady, it could score you some points. It's a good excuse too, because this is one movie that any man could buy and enjoy by himself. But we're not going to admit that.
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Being a huge fan of Alias and Jennifer Garner, I made sure to go see 13 Going on 30. I fully expected a good movie, but was concerned the script would be trivial. Well, that is so NOT the case! This is a great movie, carried exceptionally by Ms. Garner and the supporting cast. Her ability to portray a 13-year old was outstanding and very believable, and she can dance, too! The script was well written and the ending made me a bit "misty". Left the movie and rushed right to the store to get the sound track. Don't expect a female version of "Big" - expect a fantastic journey with Jennifer Garner! A must see - must have movie!
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