Juno

Juno

Juno

Juno (Elliot Page), is a whip-smart teen confronting an unplanned pregnancy by her classmate Bleeker (Michael Cera). Juno’s hot best friend Leah (Olivia Thirlby) helps her find her unborn child a 'perfect' set of parents: a wealthy suburban couple, Mark and Vanessa (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), who long for a child. Juno’s parents support her through the rollercoaster ride of coming close to adulthood.

Best Original Screenplay at the Academy Awards and BAFTAs in 2008
2008Rating: M, Contains Offensive Language96 minsUSA
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Juno / Reviews

Flicks, Andrew Hedley

Flicks, Andrew Hedley

Warm, likable, but not nearly as cool as it imagines itself to be, Juno is nevertheless chock full of good performances.

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Variety

Variety

The way the torrents of archly amusing, vocabulary-bending dialogue trip off the tongues of the characters, you know you’re in the hands of some manner of distinctive writer, and she would be Diablo Cody -- a young scribe very handy at shotgunning bright teen quips, as well as catching the attitudes of two distinct types of adults...

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Sunday Star-Times

Sunday Star-Times

Juno is one of those rare films that you expect little from, but 90 minutes later you walk out of the cinema expecting more from other films because it's so quirky and fresh.

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New Zealand Herald

New Zealand Herald

Page gives Juno just the right amount of vulnerability and honesty, ensuring she's not just a cynical motormouth, but there isn't a single dud performance. However, the real star is Diablo's script...

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Newshub

Newshub

Juno is one of those films you can't help telling all your mates about IMMEDIATELY.

Its also one of the films which defies genre and target marketing, and isn't easily slotted into a box.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

A sharp-edged, sweet-centred, warm-hearted coming-of-age movie that’s always just that little bit smarter than you think it is....

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Dominion Post

Dominion Post

With all its surprising idiosyncrasies, Juno provides much more than a simple coming-of-age story and while, at times a little too self-conscious for its own good, both the film and Page's Oscar nominations are well-deserved.

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Christchurch Press

Christchurch Press

What a great film! I love Juno so much I want to pick up and hug it; it's so heartbreakingly adorable. In this crazy mixed-up world where happily ever-after doesn't exist, teenage girls grow up way too fast and grown men not at all, Juno is a ray of light.

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