Another awesome '90's teen comedy! This movie never gets old. Drew Barrymore is extremely likable, hilarious and her acting is spot-on! She plays a sweet down-to-earth 25 year old named Josie who works for the Chicago Sun Times. She's assigned a project to become 17 again and must go back to high school and report how teenagers live, what they think, where they go and what they do. It's not an easy task for her because her entire high school year was humiliating where she was extremely unpopular and disliked by many - including her ultimate crush who played a very mean prank on her around prom which is difficult for her to let go of. It's very touching and sad. But proving herself as a reporter is more important. After failing most of her assignment due to not being excepted by the "cool kids" once again, her younger brother Rob (who is easily liked by everyone) steps in and helps her out - he becomes a high school student too and joins the baseball team where in no time he becomes one of the most popular guys. Since he's "friends" with Josie, he recruits her into the cool crowd where she is finally accepted. She then gets to re-live her past while falling in love with her teacher. There's no violence, some sexual content like a funny sex-talk class, putting condoms on bananas (we actually did that in school too!) a teen/teacher crush, a school girl wants to sleep with Rob but gets rejected, kissing & flirting. Language is very mild. Great fun for 13++ and also has some very positive messages as Josie tells some ditzy high school girls what to expect in life and how important it is to be yourself, she also defends another nerd. I give it an easy 5 stars!