Sandra Bullock's 2000 movie, "28 Days" is a great movie. It is the story of Gwen Cummings. Gwen (Sandra Bullock) is a partying girl. She works all days and plays all night. She does not know her boundaries, in fact, and parties too hard. This movie begins when she and her boyfriend go to her sister's wedding, and while there she becomes wasted and steals (and ultimately wrecks) the limo. The judge punishes her to 28 days in rehabilitation; thus, the name of the movie. Of course, in true Hollywood style, she learns her lesson and finds that happiness lies within her and not in partying.
I am not a real big Sandra Bullock fan, but I have to give her credit for this movie. I love to watch this one one over and over again. We host monthly get togethers for the women where I work, and this movie is frequently chosen as the one to watch. I love the emotion that Sandra Bullock shows in this one. She does a superior job of making her struggle through rehab look real. I also like that we see an adult who hasn't grown up not give up and truly find herself.
This movie is rated PG 13, and does have some scenes and language that I would think aren't appropriate for a younger audience.