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I Was a Teenage Geek! (2004)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Short, Comedy  |  3 August 2004 (USA)
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Featurette revealing the awkward years of the cast of 13 Going on 30.

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Cast overview:
Herself / Jenna Rink
Herself / Lucy Wyman
Himself / Matt Flamhaff
Himself / Alex Carlson (as Samuel Ball)


Featurette revealing the awkward years of the cast of 13 Going on 30.

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At least they weren't werewolves
26 July 2008 | by (Denmark) – See all my reviews

Credit for the summary goes to my fiancée. This is a featurette found on the DVD of 13 Going On 30. At least the Special Edition(you know, the one that doesn't smell like bubble-gum... that line was thought up by my significant other, as well), that's what we're going by, we wouldn't know about the Fun and Flirty one. It is perhaps best watched if you are very comfortable with your teenage years, or if hearing about the awkwardness of others is at least not too painful. It has several members of the cast talking about, well, said period of time, fortunately found in their respective pasts(yes, including alternate dimensions). It, thusly, consists partially(in fact, maybe mostly) of interviews. It's produced fine. Intercut with the speaking are whatever fitting pieces of photographic record that were dug up in research. The tone is light. I recommend this to anyone who liked the film itself, fans of the various actors involved in it, and/or those who want to see Jen when she was younger... and yes, I'm afraid she was cute(if shy and embarrassed). 7/10

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