18 Movies Like 13 Going On 30

13 Going On 30 was written by Josh Goldsmith and Cathy Yuspa and directed by Gary Winick in 2004. Rather of turning thirteen and hanging around with uncool Matt, Jenna Rink has two goals in life: to become one of the popular girls at school and to turn thirty.

Both desires come true after an accidental sprinkle of fairy dust, and she is now a successful fashion editor in New York City at the age of thirty. Fortunately, Matt is there to help her understand how her new world works, but as she uncovers how she has acted since that birthday party, she progressively discovers someone she dislikes.

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1. What a Girl Wants


Boaz Yakin directed the 2003 comedy-drama Uptown Girls. Molly Gunn is a spoilt, affluent, immature young woman in New York City. Her rock guitarist father perished in a plane crash when she was young. Lorraine "Ray" Schleine, a rude little girl with an adult attitude, lives in a nice uptown apartment with her irresponsible mother and terminally-ill father. Molly's accountant disappears with her $100,000,000 inheritance, leaving her with debts and no experience or marketable skills. Molly becomes Ray's babysitter, and…

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2. Odd One Out


Even though Odd One Out doesn't have any conversation, it tells the story of a sci-fi fantasy world populated by faceless mannequin-like characters. Unknown black-suited anarchists use mind control on a helpless soldier to make him release the mechanised behemoth they built in an underground laboratory as a war deterrent. An all-out civil war and cataclysmic final clash are the result of a diabolical conspiracy that begins here. Over the course of the film's six-year production, only four performers portray…

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3. Juno


Filmmaker Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody wrote and directed Juno, a 2007 American coming-of-age comedy-drama film.  Elliot Page portrays the title character, an independent-minded teen who is confronted by an unanticipated pregnancy and the accompanying circumstances that place the pressures of adulthood on her.' In the beginning, there was a chair and two teenagers. When Juno was 16, she became pregnant. As soon as she considers having an abortion, she changes her mind and decides to keep the child and…

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4. Jawbreaker


Darren Stein directed and wrote the 1999 criminal comedy Jawbreaker. Benz, Rebecca Gayheart and Rose McGowan star as members of an exclusive high school clique in the film. Actress Charlotte Ayanna appears in a cameo appearance as the group's slain fourth member. The film is often likened to the 1988 film Heathers because of the plot, the use of vibrant pastels, and the purportedly accidental death of one of the characters. This cold-blooded scumbag couldn't give a rat's behind about…

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5. The Devil Wears Prada


David Frankel directed and produced the 2006 comedy-drama. Andy gets the perfect job "a million girls would kill for" as Miranda's assistant at Runway, the top-selling fashion magazine. If she survives a year working with Miranda, she'll fast-track her journalism career. Andy, with little fashion sense, is pushed into a fast-paced, three-inch-minimum-heel, diet coke, and coffee lifestyle. Andy struggles to meet Miranda's unending expectations. She's even stylish. She works 24/7 and loses touch with her lover Nate and best friend…

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6. Thirteen 2003


After a classmate introduces Tracy to a group of troublesome seventh-graders he's been friends with for the past few years, Tracy begins to experiment with drug usage and sex, as well as criminality, as a result of the friendship. In her thirteenth year, Tracy Freeland just wants to fit in. This can only be accomplished by becoming friends with Evie Zamora, the most popular girl in 7th grade. Is it as simple as it sounds when Evie forces Tracy into…

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7. Legally Blonde


Witherspoon plays Elle Woods, a sorority girl who tries to win back her ex-boyfriend by getting a law degree. She overcomes preconceptions against blondes and becomes a successful lawyer with unflappable self-confidence and fashion/beauty know-how. Elle's blondeness prevents Warner from proposing. Warner's East-Coast blue blood family doesn't care that he grew up across the street from Aaron Spelling. Elle joins Harvard to get Warner back after he leaves for Harvard Law and reunites with a prep school lover. Law school…

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8. Leap Year


Leap Year is a romantic comedy that was released in 2010 and was written by Harry Elfont and Deborah Kaplan. The film was directed by Anand Tucker. A woman's elaborate plan to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day, an Irish custom that occurs every time the date February 29 rolls around, faces a major setback when the weather threatens to derail her planned trip to Dublin. The woman's plan to propose to her boyfriend on Leap Day is an…

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9. 16 Candles


Molly Ringwald, Michael Schoeffling, and Anthony Michael Hall starred in the coming-of-age comedy film Sixteen Candles, which was released in the United States in 1984. The trajectory of Samantha's life is rapidly deteriorating. Both the popular boy at school and the nerdiest lad at school have a crush on the sixteen-year-old girl. She has a crush on the popular boy, and he has a crush on her. Due to the hoopla around her sister's upcoming wedding, the rest of her…

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10. The Perfect Score


Good-boy-all Kyle's average SAT score prevents him from pursuing architecture at Cornell. Matty Matthews hopes to see Sandy again in college. They learn Francesca Curtis, owner of the Princeton building where ETS makes the SAT test, may give them security codes to steal the results before make-ups. Charming Kyle gets her into it and enlists near-valedictorian Anna Ross, whose parents pushed her to go to Brown. She brings Desmond Rhodes. When pot user Roy overhears their plans in the school…

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11. My Sassy Girl (2001)


Based on a collection of genuine stories about Ho-sik Kim's relationship with his fiancée that he shared online over the course of several years. These were eventually adapted into a book that went on to become a best-seller, and the movie is a very faithful adaptation of the book. It describes Kyun-(Cha) woo's first encounter with a female who remains nameless. As a result of the other passengers' misunderstanding, Kyun-woo feels compelled to help the girl because they believe she…

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12. Picture This


Stephen Herek Tisdale and Pollak star directed this 2008 romantic comedy.  Ashley Tisdale stars as an unpopular high school senior who snags a date with the school's most popular boy but is grounded on the big day. Mandy Gilbert (Tisdale) has never been popular, but she needs a date for the year's largest party. Drew (Robbie Amell) decides to accompany Mandy, much to her surprise. Mandy's overprotective dad puts her in detention just as everything seemed to be working fine.…

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13. The Hot Chick


A teen's body is switched with a criminal's in this comedy. She looks for her body with her cheerleading pals while navigating difficult social situations. Jessica Spencer is high school's sexiest girl. Jessica, April, Lulu, and Keecia chill around and shop in the mall. They look at old jewelry at a modern age store. Jessica didn't realise these were mystical Abyssinian ones. Princess Nawa, dissatisfied with her arranged marriage's husband, exchanges bodies with a slave girl using magical earrings. Jessica…

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14. What Happens In Vegas


What Happens In Vegas is a romantic comedy film that was released in 2008 in the United States and was written and directed by Tom Vaughan. Cameron Diaz and Ashton Kutcher play the roles of a couple who get married and win a casino jackpot prize during a drunken night in Las Vegas. However, their simple plan to get a quick divorce and divide the money is complicated by the divorce court judge's ruling. The movie stars Cameron Diaz and…

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15. Jawbreaker


Roger Kumble wrote and directed Cruel Intentions in 1999. The narrative adapts Les Liaisons dangereuses to rich New York City high schoolers. Step-siblings secretly manage the social lives of rich NY prep school students. Katherine wants revenge on ex-lovers and corrupt incoming freshmen, while Sebastian sees himself as a Don Juan. Kathryn and Sebastian, driven by lust and a love of toying with innocent lives, develop a diabolical plan and lay a bet. Sebastian must seduce and bed the daughter…

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16. Easy A


Directed by Will Gluck, it is a 2010 American teen romantic comedy film It's Olive Penderghast, a 17-year-old high school student who lives in Ojai, California, who narrates the story through webcam. She becomes the victim of her school's "rumour mill" when she tells the truth to her best friend Rhiannon (Alyson Michalka) about a weekend tryst with a fictitious college freshman she met on a college campus. In Olive's astonishment, the attention she receives because of her proclivity swiftly…

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17. What a Girl Wants


What a Girl Wants is an American teen comedy film that was released in 2003 and was directed by Dennie Gordon. Jenny Bicks and Elizabeth Chandler were responsible for writing the screenplay. Teenager Daphne (Amanda Bynes) from the United States boards an aircraft to England on a whim in the hopes of finding the father she has never known. However, once she arrives, she discovers a stunning discovery: the man she is looking for is Lord Henry Dashwood, played by…

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18. Heathers


Daniel Waters wrote the screenplay for the 1989 teen comedy picture Heathers. At an Ohio high school, a clique of four young girls—three of whom are named Heather—is disrupted by the entrance of a misanthrope who plans to murder the popular students and stage their deaths as suicides. Veronica Sawyer is a high school student in Westerburg, Ohio, who tries to fit in with the clique of her fellow Heathers: Duke, McNamara, and Chandler. With the goal of being a…

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