Faced with an unplanned pregnancy, an offbeat young woman makes an unusual decision regarding her unborn child.
Juno has been touted as the best ‘indie’ movie since Little Miss Sunshine and the amazing box office success has confirmed this.
Juno is a young girl who has found herself in the ultimate caper; being a pregnant teenager at high-school.
The movie deals with issues such as teenage pregnancy, high-school dymanics and adaoption all in an extremely quirky, witty yet intelligent way. The acting is pretty much flawless and every line is poetically crafted and delivered. I think this movie requires multiple viewings to fully appreciate everything on offer due to the subtly, cleverness, quirkiness and multiple-levels of the humour.
I have seen this movie twice and both times I loved it – I could even watch it again. This is a hallmalk of a remarkable movie which is exactly what Juno is.
I hope Juno will win the Oscar for “Best Original Screenplay” this year just like Little Miss Sunshine did in 2007.
You should go see this movie. Nine out of ten.