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13 Going on 30


Apr 23, 2004

Latest Home Video

Jan 20, 2009

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Jennifer Garner
Mark Ruffalo


2004 Sony PIctures Home Entertainment

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Even though an impatient and unpopular thirteen-year-old made a desperate wish to be grown-up and beautiful, she is still surprised when she wakes up to find herself in a thirty-year-old body (played by Jennifer Garner). But as she learns more about adult self from her friend Matt (Mark Ruffalo), she discovers that some of her most important dreams have not come true.

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Why Is 13 Going on 30 Rated PG-13?

13 Going on 30 is rated PG-13 for some sexual content and brief drug references.

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Canadian Movie Ratings

PG Coarse Language
MB PG Not Recommended for Young Children

Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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Details on home video releases of 13 Going on 30...

Release Date: 20 January 2009

13 Going on 30 releases to Blu-ray Disc with the following bonus materials:

- Featurettes (Making of a Teen Dream, The Making of a Teen Dream: Another Take and I Was a Teenage Geek).

- Commentary with Directors and Producers

- Alternate Beginning /ending and 18 deleted scenes.

- A short film (Fashion Flashback: Into the ‘80’s).

- A photomontage with video still gallery.

- Blooper reel.

- Music videos (Love is a Battlefield by Pat Benatar and Jessie’s Girl by Rick Springfield).

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