Initially, 13-year-old Jenna is driven to be popular and have what she wants at any cost. But getting an unexpected look at herself at age 30 shows her that it's far more important to be kind, compassionate, generous, honest, and true to your own values and talents (i.e. to have integrity). And she begins to understand that, by making mistakes, she'll learn how to make things right.
The leading lady forcefully pushes a man away from her and follows with a kick to the crotch.
Lots of double meanings, sexual references, and humorous sexual moments. It's all meant in fun as an innocent 13-year-old is unexpectedly thrust into adult situations. She discovers a naked man in her apartment (no actual nudity; she holds up an umbrella to cover him), squelches a pass from a married colleague, appreciates her new womanly body and sexy clothing, inappropriately flirts with a young teen boy, and ends up in a new acquaintance's apartment thinking the games he wants to play are Monopoly and Battleship. Romantic kissing.
"Bulls--t," "Holy Christ," "damn," "ass," "bitch," "jump your bones," and some bodily references ("testicles," "balls," "butt" and "thingy," referring to a penis).
Visuals of brands/products including Fed Ex, Bloomingdale's, Chanel, "For Dummies" books," Cole Haan, New York City's CBGB Club. Shots of Times Square with some businesses identified. Razzles candy plays a role in the story. The games Battleship and Monopoly are mentioned.
Many scenes show social drinking. The 13-year-old in a 30-year-old body has her first experiences with adult beverages and gets slightly tipsy. An underage girl talks about buying beer. Marijuana and a couple of illegal drugs are mentioned briefly.