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Rated R for drug use, self-destructive violence, language and sexuality - all involving young teens.

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Prolific production designer and art director Catherine Hardwicke makes her directorial debut with the coming-of-age drama Thirteen. Los Angeles teenager and overachiever Tracy (Evan Rachel Wood) is an excellent student in her seventh grade class and ... Read More
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May 03, 2009
this movie is the coolest movie lol.. idk who would e actin like that at 13, they had problems i guess.cuz i didnt hit that stage till 16..but i love the movie and its bugged out creazy
March 29, 2009
I watched this movie with my 16 y/o grand daughter, we both loved it and we had some interesting conversation regarding the topic...The acting was really good, especially Nikki Reed...My only issue was Holly Hunters role...she's a excellent actress, but I couldn't figure out why she would allow her daughter to disrespect her to the extent she did....Again, Hardwicke is in touch with her inner
July 24, 2008
tis movie i seen when i was 10 now im 12 and i cant forget the movie i have to watch it for free

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