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Juno Review - 9/2/2008 12:23:30 PM   
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Following all of the hype, it was impossible for me to not want to see Juno. Everyone has raved about it for months, and I waited patiently for it to be released somewhere nearby. And the wait definitely made it worthwhile.

Juno chronicles the story of the titular sixteen-year-old girl (played by Ellen Page), and the fallout of her accidental pregnancy. After deciding to not have an abortion, Juno decides that she will give the baby up for adoption to would-be parents Vanessa and Mark Loring (Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman) after finding an ad in the local classified section of the newspaper.

It may not sound like a deep film, but right from moment one, the film draws you into Juno's bizarre world of teenage angst and wonderment. It progresses through the stages of her pregnancy (and the seasons that pass), and through the various problems and issues that arise as a result of the pregnancy.

This is aided almost exclusively by the commanding presence of Page. Her work here is simply astounding, and watching her mature as the film goes on is the stuff of movie magic. She plays Juno with a chip on her shoulder, and a keen sense of tongue in cheek. She is very in tune with the role, and even though it is not wholly original, she makes it her own and gives it a grand sense of earnestness (and pathos when needed). She plays it even better during the more hormonal aspects of the pregnancy, and she makes her undeniable mark on the movie-going public as she does. After seeing her intense, calculating and downright terrifying work in Hard Candy, I knew that she would be a presence to be reckoned with. And in seeing Juno, I now know that she truly will continue to grow into a great actress.

Supporting turns from just about everyone only further complement Page's terrific acting. Garner and Bateman, while not as well written as Page, do great as the would-be adoptive parents. While Bateman taps into his not so over-the-top side (which he used to his great advantage in scene-stealing roles in Smokin' Aces and The Ex), and gives a great character performance, Garner does even better as the over-domineering wife. She gives the role a slightly creepy tinge in a few cases, but for the most part, delivers one of her best performances. While not as commanding as he was in Superbad, Michael Cera, as the father of Juno's baby, gives his character a glossy sense of naivety as the film begins, but slowly falls into a grander sense of geeky goodness as the film goes on. His shy teenage chemistry with Page is astounding, and helps give the film its greatest moments of heartfelt drama. J.K. Simmons and Allison Janney round out the cast, lending the film some of its deeply funny and dramatic moments as Juno's parents, and relative newcomer Olivia Thirlby does very well as Juno's best friend.

But for how great the cast was, what I was really anticipating was the screenplay, by current sensation Diablo Cody. I was a little apprehensive at wanting to jump on the bandwagon of praising her, but the script is truly wonderful. While the start of the film feels a little forced with its witty and sarcastic banter, the film gradually progresses into a very fair balance of hilarity and drama. Its gradual depth does not go unnoticed, and as the film packs into its most dramatic scenes, it really becomes apparent that Cody has a great sense of how to write really well. First time screenwriters (or even screen writing hopefuls) can take notes in how well expressed the wording is here (and how obscure pop culture references can still be funny), and just how greatly written the film is. When dialogue comes so natural to some of these characters, it becomes very obvious that the writer knows what they are doing. If she keeps up like this, than I think she could truly be the prodigy that everyone is making her out to be (although Jennifer's Body really does not sound like a step in the right direction).

I think what only slows the film down is the near forced relationship between Page and Bateman that grows as the film goes on. I understand its importance to the film and understand why it is here, but I just think they play it a little too loosely and way too longish to make it feel as worthwhile as it needs to be. The two work off of each other well, yes (although not nearly as well as Page and Cera, or even Bateman and Garner), but the dialogue and scenes between them just sound like an afterthought, and do not seem in sync with the rest of the film. They have the humour, they have the references (maybe a few too many), but they just do not jive nearly as solidly as they should. Maybe a little less focus on these scenes, and more with the likes of Cera (who is not underused, but probably could have been used a bit more) or Simmons or Thrilby (who are not used nearly enough) could have helped make the movie even better than it already is.

Juno is not perfect, but it is heartwarming and bittersweet all the same. I laughed and almost got choked up by how exquisitely written and how superbly acted the film was. Page is marvellous in the lead role, and Cody just might be on the right path to be true greatness. If only all small Indies could be nearly as memorable or nearly as astonishing as this one is. An obvious candidate for being one of the best (and funniest) films of the year.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 9/2/2008 12:31:23 PM   
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Horrible film. One of the worst of '07. Annoying, unfunny and smug.




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RE: Juno - 9/2/2008 12:40:31 PM   
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Looks like Juno is quite divisive, Mark Kermode almost pissed himself praising it.

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Juno - 9/2/2008 12:53:44 PM   
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Absolutely loved it - got off to a dicey start with the annoying store clerk and the trying-too-hard lab partner (not the baby's father, the other guy) who was trying to be Napolean Dynamite - but soon got into its stride as a beautifully funny film. I loved the, "all babies want to get borned" protest which brought humour to a pretty taboo subject. I was close to tears at the final scenes and it left me wishing I could find a man as cute and sensitive as Juno's boyfriend!!   4/5

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RE: Juno - 9/2/2008 6:21:11 PM   
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I can see why some think it's too quirky for it's own good, but I loved every minute of this.... which may be biased as I love Cera and Bateman enough already for AD but it's a superbly funny, moving and clever comedy drama with a neat soundtrack and great performances across the board

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The perfect film? - 9/2/2008 8:30:29 PM   
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Everything in this just works. Page and everyone else is brilliant and it's so well written. Kudos miss Cody.

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RE: The perfect film? - 10/2/2008 9:10:43 AM   
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Its a decent film but it seems to screm 'I AM HIP! I AM COOL! I AM EDGY' with its horrible dialogue and 'quirky' sense of humour. The whole story is pretty simple and is handled well but a bit more control and care with the characters would have been greatly appreciated. I found myself cringing everytime Juno said something......her voice seemed to come from a middle aged wannabe hipster rather than a real 16 year old girl.

Overall I kinda liked it
3/5

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- 10/2/2008 6:11:24 PM   
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Well, now that they've started commissioning indie films, could we really expect more than this crock. If I had to hear one more 'cool' indie teen metephor I would have fucking screamed.

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RE: - 10/2/2008 6:41:18 PM   
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Didn't really like it. It tried too hard to be indie and quirky - the soundtrack didnt help with fucking awful lyrics. Cera wasn't in it enough (and was obviously the best thing about it along with Bateman). My main problem with it was I thought Juno was a bit of a pretentious twat. That kind of caused a bit of a problem in liking the film.

2/5


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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 10/2/2008 6:50:52 PM   
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I saw this in the US where the audiences are even less discerning than in the UK. But the fact that everyone was spitting their popcorn with laughter didn't serve to put me off. The nice thing about Juno is that even if you don't appreciate Ellen Page's central performance, or Diablo Cody's excellent script, you still come away with an enourmous sense of well being and you feel, happy. Whether the satire will fully rub off on UK audiences is yet to make itrself known, but i suggest that without ever quite understanding the cultural references or the political under current, UK audiences will fall in love with the jazzy, free-spirited Juno.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 11/2/2008 1:48:15 AM   
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Hmmm, don't know what to make of it.
Hideous script (nobody talks like that, young lady), the most annoying soundtrack I've ever heard (fuck off "anti-folk"...), some shoddy performances for what really is an excellent cast (Swoz-favourite Cera was only any good when Juno confronts him about the prom).
God, lets try and elbow in as many "cool" band names as possible (I don't think this film's demographic cares who The Melvins are). This film apes Ghost World in many ways ("kooky" girl has new problem to deal with, best friend is better looking and more popular, makes friends with older guy into music, object of her affection is a quiet placid guy) but the funniest thing that in the original Ghost World comics there's this line...
"(they) think they're cutting edge because they know who Sonic Youth is". I guess you'll have to see Juno first to really appreciate that.

BUT

The last 20-odd minutes really impressed me and had me equal parts happy and sad until it ended. God knows what it was that suddenly turned me but I just love the last act. Warmness inside. Aaaah.

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Loved it! - 11/2/2008 9:15:07 AM   
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Saw this Saturday night and though I thought it started off relatively slow, the laughs soon came thick and fast and the ending had my friend's eyes "sweating a little." There were some beautifully poignant moments and although some may harp on about the too-cool-for-school 16 year old, part of it charm comes from the fact that it almost entirely avoids going too far into her school life - this is a film about the realities of teenage pregnancy undercut with a sharp wit and an ability to toy with your sympathies.

The soundtrack is also cool - Kimya Dawson, Belle and Sebastian, Cat Power - it's acoustic Indie at its very best. And bizzarrely, as I write this, Kimya Dawson has come on random on my iTunes...... I choose to take that as a sign... :)

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 11/2/2008 12:04:49 PM   
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Now I haven't seen this movie yet, but what really annoyed me was the advertising campaign and the quote "the most original comedy yet" (I can't find my source yet but it was on the UK TV ads...)

Has no one ever seen "The Wonder of Sex" with a young Miss Barton and Jennifer Jason Leigh?

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RE: Loved it! - 11/2/2008 12:44:24 PM   
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this is a film about the realities of teenage pregnancy


This film pretends that pregnancy is the easiest thing in the world to deal with as a teenager. I doubt that's how it is in reality.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 11/2/2008 10:42:45 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Swoz_MK

Hmmm, don't know what to make of it.
Hideous script (nobody talks like that, young lady), the most annoying soundtrack I've ever heard (fuck off "anti-folk"...), some shoddy performances for what really is an excellent cast (Swoz-favourite Cera was only any good when Juno confronts him about the prom).
God, lets try and elbow in as many "cool" band names as possible (I don't think this film's demographic cares who The Melvins are). This film apes Ghost World in many ways ("kooky" girl has new problem to deal with, best friend is better looking and more popular, makes friends with older guy into music, object of her affection is a quiet placid guy) but the funniest thing that in the original Ghost World comics there's this line...
"(they) think they're cutting edge because they know who Sonic Youth is". I guess you'll have to see Juno first to really appreciate that.

BUT

The last 20-odd minutes really impressed me and had me equal parts happy and sad until it ended. God knows what it was that suddenly turned me but I just love the last act. Warmness inside. Aaaah.



Hmm, I can't say I agree with you Swoz_MK. I'm not the same age as Juno, but I'm not too far from it, and I know a whole load of people who talk like Juno, and listen to the same music as Juno. I was actually laughing at how similar she was to a few people that I know. And that "Sonic Youth is just noise" line. Never has a truly sentence been spoken.

I also don't think the film shows pregnancy as being the easiest thing to deal with either. As capable as Juno thinks she is, we see that the pregnancy affects here, from the scene at the ultrasound to her expression after delivery.

SPOILERS!

But if feels like I've been waiting for Juno forever, ever since I heard my favorite father and son team were reuniting after Arrested Development, and the film didn't disappoint. The whole cast was excellent, but Jennifer Garner and Ellen Paige really stood out. I hope Garner gets some form of recognition, but most of the praise will probably go to Paige and Diablo Codie.

What was missing was more scenes with Juno and the people who love and support her. I would have liked to see more of her with her dad, step mum and best friend. It made sense that Bleeker didn't feature too heavily, she had to realize near the end that she was in love with him, despite us being told by her best friend in one of the first scenes. But it was obvious that her family were helping her during her pregnancy, and aside from the scene at the ultrasound, we don't see much of that. I fell in love with C.J in The West Wing, so I loved the moment near the end where Allison Janney is looking at Jennifer Garner through the door, holding the granddaughter that isn't hers.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 12:03:47 AM   
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For me Juno was a magnificent film.  For at least twenty minutes afterwards I had a smile on my face that I just couldn't wipe.  It was just a lovely film.

Paige was excellent and the transistion from know-it-all to "I'm handling things way beyond my maturity level," was brilliant.  I know plenty of 16 year olds like Juno who think they have it all sorted and the vulnerability of Juno towards the end of the film was spot on.  The supporting cast too, were flawless.  In particular Garner, Simmons, Janney and Cera.  This movie thouroughly deserves all the accolades its getting because it is a joy to watch.  Sheer good fun, which is genuinely heart-warming.  I was close to tears at one point.

For those who think Juno is too coll for a 16 year old and that "no 16 year old would reference the Stooges as their favourite band" I must completely disagree.  Juno is the spot-on characterisation of many of taday's youth, who believe they know everything.  Heck, smetimes I'm one of them.  Juno suceeds in its honesty.  Despite the initial reactions, Juno does show how wretchingly painful teenage pregnancy can be, but without overdoing it.  It avoids the abortion issue brilliantly, something best left out of a comedy.  I just really really enjoyed thi film.  Brilliant.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 12:58:52 AM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: The Mighty

And that "Sonic Youth is just noise" line. Never has a truly sentence been spoken.


I thought the point in her saying this was that she didn't really mean it. She just grabbed at something, anything in a feeble attempt to hurt him.

So not really truth? That's certainly what I took from it. Funny line though.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 1:04:26 AM   
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Crap. It was supposed to say "Never has a truer sentence been spoken." but I guess I suck a proof reading. What I was trying to say was, I think Sonic Youth is just noise. But that's just my opinion. The rest of the soundtrack was very nice.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 11:34:31 AM   
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I didn't think much of Jennifer Garner before this, but I was so impressed with her here. I would give her an oscar nom for it.



Seriously? Doesn't take much in your book, eh?

I liked it but the forced 'cool' really got on my nerves towards the end. I think some of the language used was laughable and Juno's character herself was supposed to be strong, dependant and spikey and yet seemed to be all over the place. Yes, I understand that's the insecurity and confusion of a teen but I just felt this was exagerated to an extent.

I really can't see how Cody's getting all these accolade's for what is really a slightly above average script.


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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 11:38:55 AM   
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I said it before on a few other threads but here is my Juno rant.





*AHEM*









Its shit.

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RE: Overhyped indie bullshit - 12/2/2008 11:56:58 AM   
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I read mostly good reviews of this one, forammers included; in fact, the only hesitant review I could find was from The Telegraph's Sukhdev Sandu, who found it annoyingly hip at times and called it a "defanged" Ghost World. I agree with his first point and disagree with his second.

For the first 15 minutes or so, it has that particularly earnest shade of trying-so-hard hipness that sets my teeth on edge like pretty much nothing else. Wes Anderson has much to admire, but his dissemination of the idea that characters aren't characters unless they have some sort of kook-device happening will, I fear, be a damning legacy. Juno's 'thing' is sucking on a pipe. Trust me, it looks as silly as it sounds.

Soon though, Juno finds out she is pregnant, hums and haas over the abortion (unlike Knocked Up, the choice to go through with the pregnancy is both touching and credible), finds a nice, well-off couple as adoptive parents (Jason Bateman and a surprisingly good Jennifer Garner), and the film gets of out faux-hip mode and into real gear. Bateman plays a kidult ex-guitarist who now writes jingles, is a horror movie and indie music fan, and clicks with Juno suspiciously more than he does his upwardly mobile, trend-conscious wife. You wonder why or how they even got together; this is resolved. Without giving anything away, there's a remarkably well-written switcheroo pulled off in the last half that the more empathic among you might see coming.

Very funny, quite touching, and I definitely want to see it again. Catch it.

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A fine film - 12/2/2008 12:27:08 PM   
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I thought this was consistently funny and enjoyable. Can't believe Empire gave more stars to Cloverfield.

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A fine film - 12/2/2008 12:27:35 PM   
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I thought this was consistently funny and enjoyable. Can't believe Empire gave more stars to Cloverfield.

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RE: A fine film - 12/2/2008 1:19:28 PM   
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Made me laugh out loud a number of times, and there's no many films do that nowadays.  Sure, the script is maybe a little too arch and knowing, but the acting was first class, there were plenty of good one-liners and it absolutely nailed the man-who-can't-grow-up character as played, brilliantly, by Jason Bateman.

really enjoyable.


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RE: RE: - 12/2/2008 1:23:50 PM   
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The script is so contrived; the writer just seems to want to show off her own "good" taste in film and music


Irony is when you write this and have a quote from Clerks as your signature. 


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Juno? Not its Morgan Freeman! Sheeeittt!!! - 12/2/2008 3:20:35 PM   
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Started of shaky this little movie but once it found its feet, this is a quality watch. The film in script form seemed much sharper to me and paige was okay as our wisecracking heroine, but the supporting players made it for me. Cera continues to do geek chic like no other at the moment and i was particularly surprised at garners performance. Sure, the snappy dialogue got a little bit tiresome at times but there were some great one liners "I put them on my boyfriends junk, they make his balls smell like pie!" Oh and the soundtrack had me humming like an idiot all the way home in the car.....

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- 12/2/2008 7:40:20 PM   
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I hated it.
I hated nearly everything about it.
It was quality acting on Ms. Page's turn, but everything else I despised.
The soundtrack made me want to kill myself AND my friends.

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RE: - 12/2/2008 10:01:11 PM   
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It certainly had a wobbly start and I was afraid it was going to be one of those oh so cool films there for the first ten minutes or so but after that it really grew on me.  I enjoyed all the peformances and overall the film was just really sweet; there's not many films these days that have such a soft centre without being terribly corny.  It left me with a smile on my face anyway.

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RE: RE: - 12/2/2008 11:43:31 PM   
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I liked it.

I thought it was funny yet touching, although I doubt I could have found a girl who knew who Mott The Hoople was when I was 16 let alone today.

The script was suprisingly sharp with lines like 'I'm viewed as the cautionary whale' and although it ran the risk of drowning in its own quirkiness, it successfully kept its boyancy.

Good fun.

4/5

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RE: Juno - 15/2/2008 4:12:49 PM   
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Isn't Juno the name of a moon orbiting one of the gas planets? A film about that would have been far better...

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