Film Criticism and Juno

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Juno, a sixteen year old girl decides to experiment and have sex for the first time with Paulie Bleeker her friend and with no luck on her side gets pregnant. Juno has to decide what to do after visiting an abortion center and deciding she can not kill the baby because it already has nails. Juno then talks with a friend who tells her to look in the “Penny saver” for people who want to adopt. Juno comes across Mark and Vanessa Loring who have the money to support a child and looking to adopt. They look to be the perfect couple until Mark decides he still wants to follow his dreams and play music and destroys Vanessa’s dream in becoming a mom. Juno decides that Vanessa is still the perfect mother for the baby and decides to give her the baby anyways even know she will be a single mother. The movie ends with Juno and Bleeker discovering that they are more then just friends and the decision they made they will have to live with and grow from. Juno has an amazing cast that consist of J.K. Simmons (Juno‘s dad), Allison Janney (Juno‘s step mom), Jason Bateman (Paulie Bleeker), Jennifer Garner (Vanessa Loring), Michael Cera (Mark Loring) and Ellen Page (Juno MacGuff) all have one thing in common , they are all cast of the brilliant movie JUNO written by Diablo Cody and directed by Jason Reitman JUNO is a movie that touches on the sensitive subject of teen pregnancy and how a teenager decides to deal with this un in the oven. The reviews on JUNO are mostly all positive and praising of the writer Diablo Cody.

Roger Ebert a well known critic who has been a movie critic for many years and an author of many book based on his movie reviews and the good movies and the bad ones. Ebert’s review about JUNO was written on December 14th 2007. The review was delightful and couldn’t get more positive then this review from Ebert. Ebert’s review is very warm and loving he said “ Jason Reitman's "Juno" is just about the best movie of the year.” Ebert also said “So...
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