13 Going On 30

13 Going On 30

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!

Thirteen-year-old Jenna who always want to grow up plays a game on her 13th birthday and wakes up the next day as a 30 year old woman. Now a sexy, successful magazine editor, Jena finds out that being an adult isn't necessarily all it's cracked up to be. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


13 Going On 30 torrent reviews

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Curt M (de) wrote: I viewed this documentary for the same reason I sometimes eat bran flakes; I thought it would be good for me. Quantum physics is about as far out of my ballpark of understanding as board room talk is to a ditch digger, but the introduction intrigued me. With Netflix instant view, I could simply delete it from my queue if my brain exploded after three minutes. Thanks largely to the user friendly communication style of Dr. Amit Goswami, which was thankfully devoid of mathematical calculations, I was able to reasonably grasp the fundamentals of his theories. Dr. Goswami endeavors to compellingly explain the existence of God--or that which he calls "God," through the vehicle of quantum mechanics. His largest technical idea is that uncompromised science and spirituality are cohesive and complimentary and move closer to proving God, to the extent that is even possible. Many scientists will claim the science is watered down while many believers will suggest that the truth of God is compromised. Nevertheless, the open minded viewer will have to conclude that Dr. Goswami makes a compelling case. The entire film is nothing more than the good Dr.--with a twinkle in his eye--sharing his ideas, in live lectures and interviews. He speaks decent English but I had to rewind a time or two to make sure I understood his words. I really did enjoy this film, but next time I get such a wild idea, I think I'll go with the bran flakes.

Debanjan C (gb) wrote: Why do they even bother making such movies for? no plot...bad acting..a waste of time! such movies should be banned!

Mika M (de) wrote: incredible movie because its artistic and cute and theres a lot of humour but it is very weird i guess its not as weird as spirited away though

JY S (jp) wrote: "A simple funeral turns a man's world topsy turvy." A simple tag line for a simple sounding film. When I first read the different plots written for this film all of them made me think the same thing. A story that has potential. Well, once again Hiroyuki Tanaka, AKA Sabu, is able to bring out that potential to make a good movie out of nothing. Similarly to Tarantino films, if this film was done by somebody else, it would turn to rubbish.The basic concept of the story is nothing spectacular by any means. But, Sabu once again uses good dialogue, characters, and cinematography to tell the story nicely. Those of you that are expecting a fast-paced entertaining film will be disappointed. This is an entertaining film, but it is really slow. What really keeps this film from becoming boring is the events and characters that show up throughout the entirety of the film. The only real let-down of this flick is the ending, in my opinion. It is good, but it left me wanting just a little bit more. At least they make good use of my favorite weapon, the shotgun, throughout the second half of the film.The acting is pretty good as well. Shinichi Tsutumi puts on quite a performance as the lead. He does everything when he needs to. Drama and comedy. He is a popular face in Sabu films.This film is deserving of a watch, especially for upcoming and even current directors and writers.

Paul K (ca) wrote: best irish film ever

Devin C (br) wrote: Probably another of my favorite of Don Bluth's workThere are some dark moments within the movie,and how it displays alcohol and drugs the characters use,but Mr. Bluth does his best to at least give a little hint that this is not only for kids but for teens and adults.The dark and scary moments,including Charlie's nightmare scene is a bit too much to be stuck in the child's mind for some time - but as I watch this movie again,it's not so bad.All in all,Don Bluth's best work

Shawn W (nl) wrote: Better the second time around. Great start with a crewless boat entering New York Harbour but one must be able to get past the apparently immobile alien cyclops at the South American coffee plantation to fully appreciate this Italian production. Another great score from Goblin.

Mikey N (gb) wrote: The Duke in his greatest non war or western movie.

Melody A (br) wrote: Thank God for Audrey Hepburn.

Christopher B (ag) wrote: Pretty hilarious. Lots of gore. I enjoyed it.