Juno [DVD] 
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Upbeat coming-of-age story about a smart teenage girl who has to face life full on when she falls pregnant. When Juno (Ellen Page), a teenager with all the answers, finds out she's pregnant to her classmate Bleeker (Michael Cera), she soon realises she has to ask for help from family and friends. Luckily, she enlists the help of her best friend Leah (Olivia Thirlby) in trying to find a couple to adopt her unborn child, while her understanding parents (J.K. Simmons and Allison Janney) provide the support she needs to help her through some tough times. When Leah finally uncovers a young, affluent couple, Mark and Vanessa (Jason Bateman and Jennifer Garner), desperate to adopt, it seems the perfect solution, until Juno finds herself having to face some serious adult decisions while trying to figure out her place in the world.
Somewhere between the sharp satire of Election and the rich human comedy of You Can Count On Me lies Juno, a sardonic but ultimately compassionate story of a pregnant teenage girl who wants to give her baby up for adoption. Social misfit Juno (Ellen Page, Hard Candy, X-Men: The Last Stand) protects herself with a caustic wit, but when she gets pregnant by her friend Paulie (Michael Cera, Superbad), Juno finds herself unwilling to terminate the pregnancy. When she chooses a couple who place a classified ad looking to adopt, Juno gets drawn further into their lives than she anticipated.But Juno is much more than its plot; the stylised dialogue (by screenwriter Diablo Cody) seems forced at first, but soon creates a richly textured world, greatly aided by superb performances by Page, Cera, Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman as the prospective parents, and J.K. Simmons (Spider-Man) and Allison Janney as Juno's father and stepmother. Director Jason Reitman (Thank You For Smoking) deftly keeps the movie from slipping into easy, shallow sarcasm or foundering in sentimentality. The result is smarter and funnier than you might expect from the subject matter, and warmer and more touching than you might expect from the cocky attitude. Page's performance is deceptively simple; she never asks the audience to love her, yet she effortlessly carries a movie in which she's in almost every scene. That's star power. -- Bret Fetzer, Amazon.com See all Product Description
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That seems to be the goal of "Juno," a relentlessly quirky, cracking-wise little comedy about a girl who makes a dumb mistake, and the smart decisions she has to make after that. While it initially seems rather precious, the Wes Andersonesque scriptings hide a bittersweet, warm little story about responsibility and love.
After a lot of Sunny D and three pregnancy tests, Juno MacGuff (Ellen Page) comes to the inevitable conclusion: she's pregnant by her friend Paulie Bleeker (Michael Cera).
Because she "heard in health class that pregnancy often results in an infant," Juno initially goes in for an abortion, but ends up running out of the clinic. Instead, she's going to have the baby and give it to someone who wants one, but can't have it. So she reluctantly fesses up to her parents, and starts scouting ads for suitably (if unedgy) parents for her baby -- the wealthy Mark (Jason Bateman) and Vanessa (Jennifer Garner).
Mark and Juno form a bond over their shared tastes, but she starts to suspect that not all is well in Yuppieland -- especially when Mark decides to break up with Vanessa, because fatherhood would force him to be a grown-up, not a rock god. As her due date approaches, Juno must decide what is best for herself, Vanessa, the baby... and just maybe, the adoring Paulie.
Recliners on the lawn, cactus-grams, guitars with names and "The Wizard of Gore" -- it's pretty obvious that "Juno" will win prizes for kooky quirk, if nothing else.Read more ›
It's true - its a feel-good, teen-flick with happy music and a simple yet touching story line. But whats wrong with that? Why do all films need to be serious, violent or action-packed? That was one of the major criticisms that this film suffered from in the reviews after it first came out, but lets be honest - sometimes its nice to just watch a film that makes you feel happy, and reinforces the fact that that the world isn't all death and destruction.
This is one of those films, and I love it, and highly recommend it to anyone who wants their faith restored in humanity, or just a good reason to sit down with a big cup of coffee or a tub of ice cream for a couple of hours and watch a great movie.
Meet Juno (Ellen Page) - a witty teenager who accidently becomes pregnant by her shy, nerdy friend Paulie (Michael Cera). The film follows the story of her pregnancy, starting with her almost-abortion & ending with the adoption of her baby. It sounds deep & depressing, but I promise it is not. It is actually fairly heartwarming.
If you're into well-written indie / teen comedies, Juno is for you.
It has to be said that the pairing of Ellen Page and Michael Cera as the young couple thrown together through teen pregnancy is a genius piece of casting too. And the tentative and deeply awkward relationship the blooming young Mum (Juno MacGuff) has with her would-be yuppie adoptive parents (Jennifer Garner and Jason Bateman shining) is wholly believable too. Clever cutting and cool music choices push the proceedings along nicely – and the great dialogue just keeps on coming. And on it goes to an Indie song ending that will elevate your heart...
Fans of the film should note that the ‘US’ BLU RAY on 20th Century Fox is REGION A LOCKED – so it will not play on our machines unless they’re chipped as ‘all regions’ (which few are). ‘Multi-Region ‘DVD’ capability with some BLU RAY players won’t help either.
Best stick with the UK release. It’s relatively cheap now and makes “Juno” a heart-warming BLU RAY looker you’ll be proud to own…
I didn't know what to think of Juno at first and i have to admit when i did buy it it was kept on my desk for ages till I got round to watching it. But once I started to watch it i was pleasantly surprised. It really is such a fun / feel good film.
Yes it has a little bit of sexual references & swearing. But it's ok. it doesn't stick out like it some movies I watch, it fits into the story perfectly.
All in all a very good film.
Story took twists, I laughed and I cried, and it's defiantly a film teen girls need to see!
Cute movie, but you wouldn't want to live it.
Amazing! Would recommend to ANYONE.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
came super quick,just what I orderd,great movie,very very happy,thank you so muchPublished 1 month ago by Cara Hickman
Brand new DVD yet it stopped working half way through. Really cross. Wouldn't recommend buying this off Amazon!!Published 2 months ago by Harriette Folland
I love this movie. I watched it (slightly apprehensively) with my tweenage daughters the other day. I'd remembered really enjoying it as an adult, but was slightly nervous as I... Read morePublished 3 months ago by theendofthelane
Somewhat dumb in getting started, but a film that develops with pathos and tenderness. Worth sticking to the end.Published 3 months ago by Stave