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Juno [Blu-ray]


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  • Format: NTSC
  • Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment
  • Release Date: April 15 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (18 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0014GKB0I
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #15,266 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Kona TOP 500 REVIEWER on April 17 2009
Format: DVD
When 16-year old tomboy and wise-cracker Juno (Ellen Page) discovers she's pregnant, she decides to look for a couple to adopt her baby. She finds yuppies Vanessa and Mark (Jennifer Garner, Jason Bateman) and thinks they would be super cool parents.

I was prepared to hate this movie because I don't think teen pregnancy is comical, but I was won over by Ellen Page's quirky charm. She's smart, independent, strong and very likeable, a true gem of an actress. Michael Cera plays her clueless boyfriend; he's believably bewildered by the pregnancy and, though more interested in the track team than the baby, is quite appealing, too.

The movie does make Juno out to be a heroine by dealing with this life-changing event so calmly and with the love of her family, and I don't think it will discourage any teens from possibly making the same mistake she did. But it's funny and the characters are real and it has the off-beat feeling that indie movies often have. Recommended if you can overlook the basic moral issue and enjoy the story.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 25 2008
Format: DVD
Let's face it -- teen pregnancy is an ongoing problem, and is not something admirable or funny. But I have to admit, the way you handle it can be.

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.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By E. A Solinas HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWER on March 31 2008
Format: Blu-ray
Let's face it -- teen pregnancy is an ongoing problem, and is not something admirable or funny. But I have to admit, the way you handle it can be.

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.
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Format: DVD
Si vous n'êtes pas du genre a aimer les films doux, n'êtes pas un coeur tendre et n'aimez pas ce qui nécessite de faire vibrer vos tripes passez votre chemin ! Pour les autres, voici un magnifique film sur une jeune femme de 16 ans qui devient enceinte et décide d'entreprendre au départ seul les démarche nécessaire pour faire adopter son bébé et sera pas la suite secondé par son père, sa belle-mère et son amie.

Les étapes difficile de l'acceptation de son corps qui change, les moqueries des camarades de classes, l'exclusion progressive du groupe des jeunes pour le monde à part qu'est le sien car même les adultes la mettent de côté... L'obligation de grandir vite pour être responsable et s'occuper de soi correctement pour que le futur bébé soi en santé...

Elle découvrira aussi que l'amour n'est pas une chose éternelle, qu'il faut être deux pour la faire et que malgré les apparences, un couple peut ne pas s'aimer et jouer la comédie... Le futur père adoptif s'enfuira d'ailleurs n'aimant plus sa femme et ne voulant pas se battre pour reconstruire leur amour... Juno passera par une gamme d'émotion et nous le fera faire en même temps et elle décidera ce qui est le mieux pour elle et le bébé...

Le géniteur s'approchera tranquillement de la mère à la fin car elle lui laissera enfin une place dans sa vie s'étant rendu compte que pour être aimé il faut d'abord s'aimer soi-même et encore plus important laisser la chance aux autres de le faire...
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