I’ve been meaning to see this since its debut in 2003, because I knew it would be a good movie, but I also knew it would be a hard movie. And man, was it a hard movie, partially because it was written by a thirteen-year-old girl. Super props for the mom character though, as she was well-rounded in a way mothers in film usually aren’t.
Cost: $11.00 (Half of the $22.00 POWFest double feature)
Where watched: Hollywood Theater
poster from: http://www.impawards.com/2003/thirteen.html
3 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: Thirteen”
NFS, I know. How amazing to see it and see the director. Nice note about the mother character.
Wow, I can’t believe this movie is 13 years old! I remember when it came out. I had no idea it was co-written by a thirteen year old! I think it’s pretty cool to get an actual teenager’s perspective in a movie about a teenager.
Cool and completely terrifying! 🙂