Tracy is a normal 13-year-old trying to make it in school. After befriending the most popular girl at school, Evie, Tracy's world is turned upside down when Evie introduces her to a world of sex, drugs and cash. But it isn't long before Tracy's new world and attitude finally takes a toll on her, her family, and old friends.

Thirteen-year-old Tracy Freeland begins her school year as a smart and sweet honor student middle school student in Los Angeles. When she befriends Evie, the most popular and beautiful girl in school, Evie leads Tracy down a path of sex, drugs and self-mutilation. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Thirteen torrent reviews

Chris D (nl) wrote: It doesn't get much worse than really doesn't.

Kurt A (ca) wrote: I don't actually believe any of this spiritual non sense, but I have to say that the movie is well made. I guess that for the people who really liked Xavier this is really something.

Anand S (es) wrote: empanadas the savior .. another intense movie

intuciic (br) wrote: waaaay better than saw movies!

Fernando C (nl) wrote: the cast is terrific, and some of the songs are really good and sticky, but I think this is one of those stories that are better as a play. not as a movie.

John L (de) wrote: this is not the kumite I was expecting from years past...why is the love story more important than the tournament? still goo action for the second half

Spencer S (kr) wrote: This documentary is a great example of "Development Hell," a place where good ideas for movies go to die. Gilliam seems prone to this problem since the box office bomb that was "Baron Munchausen" and in this film he finds himself growing desperate after funding dwindles, the budgetary schedule remains tight, and actors go missing from the set. The film details what "The Man Who Killed Don Quixote" would have been, given the right circumstances, but its death seemed to be known from the start. What with the age of the lead actor, the problems on set, weather issues, and budgetary restraints, it's amazing that directors Fulton and Pepe didn't know they were making a memorial for Gilliam's lost dream from the start of production. While this film has still not been made, Gilliam holds out hope that the right time and funding will converge and his long held dream will become a reality. Knowing Gilliam's vision and his films thus far we can only hope the stars finally align for him.

Desmond S (gb) wrote: It's pretty good. However some parts and characters can be a bit annoying.

Benjamin O (br) wrote: Accomplished tedium.

Hans J E (ca) wrote: Great film from Atom Egoyan.

Steve G (kr) wrote: I was disappointed that a friend who was a hostage at Entebbe was not depicted, though the fictional character played by Allan Arbus sort of stands in for him. In two other films about the hijacking, his first name, or both first and last name, are changed. There must be some legal reason. I believe my friend doesn't think that any of the films about the hijacking are very good. This film, like the others, is not great cinema. It feels too much like a 1970s made-for-TV movie (which it was) or Irwin Allen disaster flick. (There's even a Shelley Winters look-alike.) But it tells a great story, and unlike the Irwin Allen films, a true one. At least some of the roles -- Peter Finch as Rabin, Charles Bronson as Dan Shomron, Sylvia Sidney as Dora Bloch, and Stephen Macht as Yoni Netanyahu, and Yaphet Kotto as Idi Amin -- are well cast. Others, for example Jack Warden as Motta Gur and Tige Andrews as Shimon Peres -- not so much.

Simon T (es) wrote: Deservedly forgotten mega-budget car crash, ostensibly detailing Napoleon's final skirmish with Wellington. Relentlessly incoherent, noisy and inept, it plays like an extended Monty Python sketch as directed by Sergio Leone and features Rod Steiger's hammiest performance. Only Nino Rota's rich score emerges unscathed.

Squall C (it) wrote: Gosha offers a very different story based upon the same samurai principles of honor and loyalty. A quality piece I highly recommend.

Bubba M (us) wrote: A real good Bogart movie

Garrett K (ag) wrote: I kept my expectations low for MacGruber expecting another schmaltzy take on a dead horse SNL skit but it's not that bad. Direction plays cleverly on action film cliches and production isn't skimpy. It's worth a shot.

Ryan J (it) wrote: Ocean's Eleven rip off.