Quite moving and Mark is a much more 3 dimensional, well developed character than most PG-13 rated movies you see.

I genuinely cared about him, where as, even in Mean Girls, (which is particularly hilarious and legendary as far as contemporary teen films go) I didn't care too much for any of the characters.

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but don't go in hoping for anything Oscar worthy.

I get the impression there is only so much a director can do with a film like '17 Again' and he did it alright.

Matthew Perry seemed slightly misplaced, even if he was the reason I went to see the film in the first place.

Not to mention the director being Burr Steers who directed one of my favourite films.

He decides to take this opportunity to get the life he lost.

In one scene, Mike wakes up and begins describing his "dream" of being in high school again only to find his daughter, Maggie, caring for him.

Mike decides to leave the game and asks Scarlet to marry him, which she does.

During their marriage, Mike can only whine about the life he lost because he married her, so she throws him out.

It's probably because this film went that little bit further than most and took itself seriously, if only for parts of the movie. So, yeah, '17 Again', fairly well written, hilarious, well and sometimes greatly acted and awesome direction for the most part, and a genuinely good, enjoyable and moving film.

Take a look and you'll probably be surprised...

As seniors in high school, Troy and Gabriella struggle with the idea of being separated from one another as college approaches.